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World's leading lion researcher calls for a 'Marshall Plan' for African wildlife

MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (03/07/2013) —African lions and villagers would benefit from fences to protect them from each other, according to a new study by University of Minnesota researcher Craig Packer published online by Ecology Letters on Tuesday, March 5.

 

Fencing has long been anathema to most conservationists, but Packer said it offers the best hope for saving iconic African wildlife, an undertaking that will require sweeping measures rather than piecemeal efforts. In an interview, he called for an international "Marshall Plan" to erect fences where possible to protect people, lions, elephants and other threatened wildlife species...

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Hmm! What about fencing in the villages?  This would keep the people and their live stock safe wouldn't it?

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Who Has The Right Of-Way? NikelaWildlife

Is it time to inspire the next generation to do their part?
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Giraffes, Zebras Face Surprising Top Threat: Hunting

Giraffes, Zebras Face Surprising Top Threat: Hunting | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Demand for meat is driving some of the world’s iconic herbivores toward extinction, new study finds.
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For poachers, vermin tag can be cover for overkill

When sighted in the wild, tourists make use of the photo-op but when the same wildlife comes closer to human habitation it becomes a threat.
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Animal Predators: "Top Down" Control and How it Affects Us

Animal Predators: "Top Down" Control and How it Affects Us | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
In most parts of the world animal predators have all but been eliminated, this may be upsetting ecosystems more than we realized before.
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Natural England issues licence to destroy buzzard eggs & nests to protect pheasants

Natural England issues licence to destroy buzzard eggs & nests to protect pheasants | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it

An article in The Guardian has revealed that the UK's nature conservation agency, Natural England, has licensed the secret destruction of buzzard eggs and nests to protect a pheasant shoot.

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Can the Iranian cheetah outrun extinction?

Can the Iranian cheetah outrun extinction? | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
With only 50 adult Asiatic cheetahs left in the wild, Fota Wildlife Park – the most successful breeder of cheetahs in Europe – is lending its expertise to help the species survive
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Meatless Monday Recipe Hakuna Matata Frittata

Meatless Monday Recipe Hakuna Matata Frittata | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
A quick, easy vegetarian dish great for any day not only meatless monday contributed by Nikela Volunteer Laurie Glass
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The Silent Killer of Wildlife: How Economic Development Threatens African Elephants

The Silent Killer of Wildlife: How Economic Development Threatens African Elephants | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
The survival of Africa’s wildlife is dependent on large, wild protected lands and requires a deliberate choice by African governments to protect habitat for these species.
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Thai temple banned from making money off tigers

Thailand`s controversial "Tiger Temple" has been banned from charging tourists to visit dozens of big cats in their care, the parks department said Saturday, following a dispute between monks and officials over the welfare of the animals.
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Elizabeth Warren Slams Big Oil, Says Major Companies Profit From Pollution

Elizabeth Warren Slams Big Oil, Says Major Companies Profit From Pollution | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
The anti-Wall Street crusader makes an environmental appeal.
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Human Wildlife Conflict: Protecting the Cheetah

Human Wildlife Conflict: Protecting the Cheetah | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Running fast towards extinction largely due to human wildlife conflict is our planet's cheetah population. Could guard dogs be a solution to protect them?
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Italy's Vegan Commune Where Animals And Humans Are Equals

Italy's Vegan Commune Where Animals And Humans Are Equals | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
ROCCO SANTO STEFANO — The little slice of countryside utopia southeast of Rome isn't easy to find. You must first look for the smorzo — which, to anyone outside Italy's central Lazio
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Over population, over consumption - in pictures

Over population, over consumption - in pictures | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
How do you raise awareness about population explosion? One group thought that the simplest way would be to show people
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‘I don’t understand why when we destroy something created by man we call it vandalism, but when we destroy something created by nature we call it progress.’ Ed Begley, Jr.

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Zimbabwe's young elephants sold to China

Zimbabwe's young elephants sold to China | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Twenty-four young elephants being transported by air from Zimbabwe to China, eight months after capture of 27-strong group in north-west of the country sparked outrage
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Eats, shoots and leaves: what the movie industry does to 'location'

Eats, shoots and leaves: what the movie industry does to 'location' | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Movie sets shot on location can leave a lasting effect. But compared to other industries, their impacts are small.
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When neither wildlife nor humans respect borders

When neither wildlife nor humans respect borders | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Janaki Lenin: Nature Without Borders is a collection of essays that chronicles conservation efforts in farmlands, pastures, rivers, and seas. People grow crops, harvest fish, and graze livestock in areas where many species of wildlife also live and hunt.
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Meatless Monday Recipe Eggless Egg Salad

Meatless Monday Recipe Eggless Egg Salad | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Going vegan or vegetarian may mean cravings, here is how Laurie satisfied one of hers with this tasty Meatless Monday Recipe.
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Jim Nyamu on Saving the African Jumbo - YouTube

A SHOCKING STUDY PUBLISHED BY AMERICAN ACADEMIC STATES THAT AFRICA’S ELEPHANTS POPULATION HAS REACHED TIPPING POINT, THE POACHERS ARE NOW KILLING MORE ELEPHA...
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How Conserving the World’s Species Helps Protect the Ecosystem We All Share

How Conserving the World’s Species Helps Protect the Ecosystem We All Share | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it

Over the past 15 years, the environmental community has made incredible strides in understanding and promoting the critical role of ecosystem services — the benefits nature provides, from fresh water to climate regulation to recreation — for human well-being, the global economy and the future of life on our planet.

 

Where we have lagged behind is figuring out how species fit into the equation....

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Extinction Of Large Herbivores Could Lead To 'Empty Landscapes'

Extinction Of Large Herbivores Could Lead To 'Empty Landscapes' | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
New research shows the decline of some of the world's largest herbivores could lead to "empty landscapes" in our most diverse ecosystems.
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The new South African Colonials have Arrived.

The new South African Colonials have Arrived. | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
Without as much as a whisper the South African government allowed at least 400 000 Chinese to swamp ...
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Turning African Wildlife Into Moneymakers Rather Than Dinner

Turning African Wildlife Into Moneymakers Rather Than Dinner | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
A grassroots group in Kenya is rescuing zebras and giraffes from poachers’ snares and helping communities profit from preserving animals.
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Why Africa is the next China

Why Africa is the next China | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
If the most valuable economic resource is people, then Africa may have it made
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China's Troubled Relationship With Mother Nature

China's Troubled Relationship With Mother Nature | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it
BEIJING — The relationship between man and nature is increasingly fused with a new ethical consideration. Wild animals for instance are no longer viewed simply as a useful resource for humans to exploit: They are considered to have their own intrinsic value as
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Disturbing laws in China!

But then the 'good' laws in Africa don't seem to be helping much either do they?

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Walking for Lions to Save Them

Walking for Lions to Save Them | Human-Wildlife Conflict: Who Has the Right of Way? | Scoop.it

Follow Marnus and his team at Walking for Lions as they strive to protect the species....

 

Over the past 50 years, there has been a dramatic decrease in the lion population, falling from 200,000 to just 15,000 in Africa. Lions are already extinct in 25 African nations, with only 14 African countries still habituated by this species....

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