Human-Wildlife Conflict: Assessing the Complexity of Stakeholder Perspectives

This collection of case study-based exercises presents a fictional case study of a community facing conflict related to living with carnivores. The activities provide an opportunity for students to explore diverse stakeholder perspectives on living with wildlife, predator conservation, and how interests, values, and needs might vary within a community.

After completing the various activities, students will be able to:

  1. Identify the different dimensions of human-wildlife conflict in a diverse and changing community. 

  2. Compare and contrast the different potential perspectives of local stakeholders when facing conflict about living with predators.

  3. Identify where stakeholder interests overlap and use this information to recommend possible solutions.

See also:
Stakeholder Analysis
Exploring the Social and Ecological Trade-offs in Tropical Reforestation: A Role-Playing Exercise

Themes: People and Conservation, Conservation Management

Language: English

Regions: Caribbean, Central America

Keywords: human-wildlife conflict, stakeholders

Components: 3

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Exercise: Human-Wildlife Conflict: Assessing the Complexity of Stakeholder Perspectives

Author: L. Douglas, L. Cook, R.A. Smith

   

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Solutions: Human-Wildlife Conflict: Assessing the Complexity of Stakeholder Perspectives

Author: L. Douglas, L. Cook, R.A. Smith

This guide provides instructions, solutions, and suggested assessment for using the accompanying activities in the case-study based exercise (activities 1-3).

Solutions: Human-Wildlife Conflict: Assessing the Complexity of Stakeholder Perspectives - Remote Learning Adaptation

Author: A. Moore

This guide is intended to facilitate use of the accompanying collection of case study-based student activities exploring human-wildlife conflicts (HWCs) in a virtual or remote learning setting.


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