We advance conservation by meeting species requirements while considering socioeconomic belief systems, and geopolitical variables
We weigh stakeholders’ objectives with biodiversity needs. Our working framework integrates biological requirements, local capacity-building, human-wildlife issues, market-based trade-offs, environmental economics, and best wildlife management practices, with conservation implications.
Working across political and geographic boundaries and engaging communities to protect wildlife and habitat, reduce human-wildlife conflict and promote sustainable livelihoods.
We work towards a responsible and accountable society that considers biodiversity and ecosystems across political borders.
International, national, regional, and individual decision-makers are faced with a two horned dilemma: on the one hand, they are tasked with the challenge of efficiently managing wildlife and ecosystems for economic profitability and/or preservation of intrinsic vales, and on the other hand, they rely upon scarce resources and limited data.