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Using data from a nationally representative survey, conducted by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) of the Government of India, we examine...Read more
This special feature draws attention to new research and perspectives around two key questions. First, how and why is 'nature on screen' produced, by ...Read more
The purpose of this guide is to give everyone working in science a way of using the different tools that are available, to make sure their research re...Read more
The trade in jaguar body parts is viewed as an alarming threat to the jaguar, and there is the assumption that Chinese demand is driving the trade. Ho...Read more
Much of the language used by the wildland fire community and news media has implicit anti-fire bias that perpetuates anti-fire attitudes. In order to ...Read more
We introduce the concept of Biome Awareness Disparity (BAD)-defined as a failure to appreciate the significance of all biomes in conservation and rest...Read more
Wildlife TV programmes reach very large global audiences, but it is hard to measure their benefits for the natural world. The commercial need to enter...Read more
Domestic cats Felis catus have a complex and contentious history. They fill multiple societal roles (e.g. as pest controllers and companion animals), ...Read more
Researchers in conservation fields have recently highlighted the potential for visual storytelling to convey environmental messages to large audiences...Read more
Many migratory fish populations are declining, threatened by human-induced pressures such as habitat loss and fragmentation caused by dams, roads, lan...Read more
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