Papers and talks presented at the 2019 Conservation Symposium were organised into the following themes:
Conserving in the face of Global Change
Biodiversity Stewardship and Securing Critical Biodiversity Areas
Global Change Research and Monitoring in the Maloti-Drakensberg Mountain System (South Africa-Lesotho)
The Role of Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Perspectives in Biodiversity Conservation
Mining threats in marine and coastal environments
Innovative Technology and Data Management Practices for Conservation
Vulture Conservation in the 21st Century – What will it take to save Africa’s vultures?
Feedback, reflections, and learnings from Developing a National Elephant Conservation Strategy
Marine and Estuarine Conservation
Co-Management of Protected Areas and the Biodiversity Economy
Elephant Management: Further Perspectives
Understanding and Managing Ecological Changes and Processes
Land-Use Change and Other Threats to Biodiversity
Effective Management of Protected Areas – What is required to ensure their viability?
Science-Based Meta-Population Management for Recovery of Species in Crisis – A Case Study using Black Rhinoceros
Lead (Pb) in Wildlife and the Environment -Working Towards Ensuring that African Wildlife is not Harmed by Exposure to Lead
Management of Protected Areas
Convening Learning Partnerships for Effective Collaborative Action in Critical Catchments
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