We're delighted to announce the next of our fellows to join us under our A. G. Leventis African Biodiversity Fellowship Programme.
We're delighted to announce the first of our fellows to join us under our A. G. Leventis African Biodiversity Fellowship Programme.
Ojonugwa Ekpah joins us from the Nigerian Conservation Foundation, where he is a conservation officer, and will be here for one term. However, he will serve as a 'virtual' fellow for a year, both before and after he joins us in Oxford in September
I vividly remember sitting in an undergraduate lecture in the mid-1980s, listening to my lecturer passionately explaining that the word "biodiversity" was a meaningless faddish term, which surely would not last. How wrong we can be! Thirty-five years on, I do empathise a bit more with his attitude. New terms seem to be appearing around every corner, as ecologists and conservationists attempt…
Researchers from the Why Eat Wild Meat project, funded by the Darwin Initiative, have just published a new paper in Conservation Science and Practice on the drivers of wild meat preference in Cameroon, with important implications for the design of alternatives projects in rural areas.