Improving Wildlife Protection Strategy and Metrics with Practitioners
Drawing on lessons learned from the Wildlife Crime Analysis programme, NSCR invited the group to collaborate on a series of publications meant to improve wildlife protection strategies and metrics used to measure success. The research produced by this collaboration integrates lessons learned in tiger protection with those learned from protecting elephants and rhinos in Africa. […]
Globalisation of Fisheries Conference | February 3‐5 | Texel
The prevalence, actors, ecological impact and regulation of illegal fishing NIOZ and NSCR organised this 3-day international conference to discuss current issues regarding the globalisation of fishing fleets and their impact on rich marine ecosystems. The aim was to bring the best possible information together, identify current gaps in knowledge, discuss opportunities to improve knowledge, […]
February 3-5 2017 | Conference Globalisation of Fisheries
February 3-5 2017 | Texel | The Netherlands The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) are organising a two day international conference Globalisation of fisheries: the prevalence, actors, ecological impact and regulation of illegal fishing to discuss current issues regarding the […]
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