The Conservation & Livelihoods Digest

The Conservation & Livelihoods Digest

Volume 1, Issue 3, September 2022

Contents

  • EDITORIAL
    A summer to remember
  • ARTICLE
    The UN recognises the right to a clean environment as a human right
  • ARTICLE
    Origins of mass die-off of fish in the Oder River still unknown, but algae likely to be the culprit
  • SUMMARY ANALYSIS
    The IPBES Report on Sustainable Use of Wild Species
  • VIDEO REVIEW
    ‘Die Recyclinglüge’ (‘The recycling-lie’)
  • RESEARCH NOTE
    Global response of conservationists across mass media likely constrained bat persecution due to COVID-19
  • ARTICLE
    The UN Declaration on the Rights of Peasants: An overview
  • BOOK NEWS
    ‘Non-State Actors in the Arctic Region’, edited by Nikolas Sellheim & Dwayne Ryan Menezes

Volume 1, Issue 2, June 2022

Contents:

  • EDITORIAL
    A forceful reshaping of the world
  • ARTICLE
    How does the war in Ukraine affect environmental cooperation in the Arctic and in the Barents region?
  • REPORT
    A humanitarian mission to the Polish-Ukrainian border by the ‘Ukraine Hilfe Hambühren’
  • ARTICLE
    Violence in the name of conservation. Forced evictions of the indigenous Batwa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • BOOK REVIEW
    Kathryn Yusoff’s ‘A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None’
  • ARTICLE
    NGOs and marine mammal governance — Reconciling diverging views on the Canadian commercial seal hunt
  • VIDEO REVIEW
    ‘Sealing our fate — An ocean of hypocrisy’

Volume 1, Issue 1, March 2022

Contents:

  • EDITORIAL
    Making conservation work? The need for a focus on conservation and livelihoods
  • ARTICLE
    Armed conflict and the military in international environmental law
  • VIEW
    Eastern Canada’s right whale issue
  • REPORT
    The 74th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee
  • OPINION
    Social activism
  • ARTICLE
    Hambühren (Germany) on its way to become a sustainable municipality
  • BOOK REVIEW
    Doug Bock Clark’s ‘The last whalers. The life of an endangered tribe in a land left behind.’
  • ARTICLE
    Biodiversity offsetting — Damaging livelihoods or saving them?
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