To provide students with a broader, multidisciplinary, understanding of adaptive and sustainable wildlife management in northern and southern hemisphere systems. The main underlying objective is to train the students’ critical, analytical and out-of-the-box thinking. To this end, we will discuss how certain paradigms (e.g. Euro-American) dominate natural science and natural resource management and how an increasing focus on more diverse perspectives may lead to alternative solutions for sustainable development. As a result, students should be better adapted to solving the world’s future wildlife management issues.
Former occurrences of this course
2-17 Jan 2021 | 5-20 Jan 2019