India is home to 60% of the extant Asian elephant population and also has one of the highest human populations in the world. This has meant that pressure on available elephant habitat is ever increasing and has led to a high degree of human-elephant conflict.
This event was organised by the Chester and North Wales committee and was a joint event with Chester Zoo's Act for Wildlife.
Featured image: Susie Offord-Woolley
[Online] A lecture on Dr Enns' research on environmental peace and conflict in East Africa, working with youth researchers in northern Kenya.
11 November 2021
Come on a journey around St Helena and encounter the wildlife and landscapes of one of the most remote corners of the planet.
29 June 2021
Carl Chapman, the founder of Wildlife Tours and Education, will talk about penguins, albatross and whales, drawing from his wealth of experience in ecotourism and natural history tours.
9 June 2021
This talk presents how geospatial information was key for guiding and communicating decisions responding to COVID-19 in Liverpool.
13 May 2021
Developing Slow Ways: a network of walking routes that connects Great Britain's towns and cities. How can we all contribute?
23 September 2020
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