Pathways Kenya 2020

Pathways Kenya 2020 Presentation Library

M-2C: Conservancies and Land Use
Kariuki Rebecca Land Use and Conservation in Southern Kenya Savannas
Karimi Rebekah Ecological Resilience Through Holistic Management in Enonkishu Conservancy
M-3A: Human Wildlife Conflict Strategies on the Front Line (Organized Session)
Moturi Adelaide Going Green – Protecting Species Through Livelihood Improvement
Siyaya Annetije Livestock Loss to Predators and Other Factors in Three Communal Conservancies of the Okakarara District, Namibia
Wanjira Jane Deterrent Lights in Samburu, Kenya
Odino Martin The Coexistence Co-Op
Blake Sara Combining Tools for Conflict Mitigation into a Tool Kit
T-1A: Human Wildlife Conflict – Livelihoods: Africa (Part 1)
Dheer Arjun Understanding Maasai-Carnivore Relationships in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
Bahati Dennis Community Perspectives and Views on Natural Resource Management and its Implications to Biodiversity Conservation
Odadi Wilfred Enhancing Livestock-Wildlife Coexistence in African Savannas
T-2A: Human Wildlife Conflict – Africa 
Thiemkey Abigail Human-Carnivore Conflict in Narok County, Kenya
Richmond-Coggan Louisa Conservation, Conflict and Sustainable Hunting Practices
Mbidzo Meed Trends and Perceptions of Human-Wildlife Conflict in North-west Namibia
Van der Mer Vincent When Does Fencing and Metapopulation Management Become Necessary for the Conservation of Wild Cheetah Populations? 
T-2B: One Health
Lalaampa Peter Regeneratie Rangeland – Perspectives from Communities in Kenya
Naidoo Robin Evaluating the Impacts of Protected Areas on Human Well-Being Across the Developing World
Wangare Stephanie Parasite Communities in Relation to Selected Water Quality Parameters in the Springs of Lorwai Swamp and Lake Baringo, Kenya
T-2C: Locally-Led Species Conservation Supported by International Collaborations
Abwe Ekwoge Community Engagement in Gorilla Habitat Monitoring and Conservation
Mfossa Daniel Garnering Stakeholder Support To Protect The Biodiversity Of Ebo National Park
T-2D: Regenerating Rangelands: Perspectives from Communities in Kenya’s Drylands (Organized Session)
Lowe Belinda Regenerating Rangelands: Perspectives from Communities in Kenya’s Drylands
T-3A: Human Wildlife Conflict – Livelihoods: Africa (Part 2)
Manzano Pablo Links of Wildlife Declines with Pastoralist Poverty in Kenya
McIntyre Trevor Human-Otter Conflict in the South African Fly-Fishing Industry: Stakeholder Perceptions, Fish Survival Probabilities and Otter Densities 
Faisal Zainab Social-Economic Implication of Non-Human Primate Conflict in Lower Tana River, Kenya
T-3B: Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Fernandez-Llamazarez Alvaro Storytelling for Biocultural Conservation
Nyangweso Christine Traditional Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Towards Wildlife Conservation: A Case of Enkusero Sampu Wildlife Conservancy
Torrents-Tico Miquel Inclusive Conservation: Complementing Different Knowledge Systems
Merchant Rob Understanding Past Land Use and Land Cover Changes Across East Africa to Develop and Sustain Management Options Rooted in the Long Term
W-1A: Innovations in Human-Wildlife Conflict: Africa 
Anthony Brandon Strategic Co-Learning within a Livestock Damage Compensation Scheme: Kruger National Park, South Africa
Burgas Daniel Nomadic Camera Traps: Carnivore Participatory Mapping with Nomadic Pastoralists
Whitehouse-Tedd Katherine Using Livestock Guarding Dogs to Facilitate Human-Carnivore Coexistence
Kinyanji Maureen Improving Community Welfare to Reduce Human-Elephant Conflict 
W-2B: Innovations in Human-Wildlife Conflict
Bedetti Anka Elephant Corridor Movements in Mozambique
Birungi-Kahubire Edith Future Wildlife/Human Considerations in Infrastructure Development
Gross Eva Does Guarding Reduce Crop Losses Due to Wildlife? A Comparative Analysis from Africa and Asia
Karanth Krithi Living with Wildlife
Andersen Oggedir Great Cormorants and Recreational Angling in Norway
W-2C: Stakeholder Collaboration
Bergman Brenda Catalyzing Multi-Stakeholder Vision and Action to Protect Habitat
Grunewald Claudia Let’s Talk! A Transdisciplinary Approach Towards Conflict Resolution
Western Guy Enabling Collaborative Species Conservation in Kenya
Stanger Melissa Conneting Hunters and Landowners: Evaluation of Ohio’s Cooperative Program
de Souza Nadia Lion Identification Network and Collaborators
W-3B: Wildlife Crime
Jorge Agostinho Challenges Addressing Wildlife Poaching in Niassa National Reserve
Aggarwal Laxmi A Market Reduction Approach (MRA) to Illegal Ivory Markets in Tanzania
Anagnostou Michelle The Convergence of the Illegal Wildlife Trade with Other Forms of Transnational Organised Crime
W-3D: Land Use and Development
Brennan Angela Multi-Species Connectivity
Thorn Jessica Infrastructure-Driven Land Use Transformations Along Park Frontiers: Contemporary History and Future Trajectories in Kenya
Gehrt Stanley Coyote Behavioral Response to Urbanization Contributes to Coexistence with People in Large Metropolitan Areas