Biodiversity loss and importance of conservation has once again been highlighted, especially since the release of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) report in mid-2019. The planet's land surface has been severely altered with many species threatened with extinction and serious impacts for human well-being. Biodiversity, conservation, and natural resource management are entangled with and relate to various other issues and policies. This session will explore these aspects as they relate to broader policies, environmental governance, and stakeholders.
|Introduction||Swetha Peteru Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)||2||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Nandar Aye*, , Yana Wengel, Hainan University -Arizona State University Joint International Tourism College, People-park conflicts and political ecology perspectives from the Natma Taung National Park, Myanmar||15||8:02 AM|
|Presenter||Dr. Priyanka Ghosh*, Era University, Lucknow, India, Dr. Aditya Ghosh, O.P. Jindal Global University, India, Disentangling sustainability threats to critical global commons in the time of climate change: Lessons from the Sundarbans Biosphere Reserve||15||8:17 AM|
|Presenter||Ruchi Patel*, Pennsylvania State University, Development, conservation, and change in El Salvador’s Bálsamo Coast||15||8:32 AM|
|Presenter||Kathryn Powlen*, Colorado State University, Michael Gavin, Colorado State University , Kelly Jones, Colorado State University , Management effectiveness positively influences forest conservation outcomes in protected areas in Mexico||15||8:47 AM|
|Discussant||Pablo Pacheco Clark University||13||9:02 AM|
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