Human-wildlife conflict resolution

Mammal Society Autumn Symposium 2009

20 and 21 November 2009

What was the event?

This special two-day meeting explored biological and social drivers of conflicts between humans and wildlife and how we can use our understanding of these processes to resolve them. An international panel of experts was invited to address key themes at the symposium, including:

  • Case studies on human-wildlife conflicts
  • Socioeconomic drivers of conflicts and their resolution
  • Influence of policy on conflicts and their resolution
  • Technological advances for conflict resolution.

There was a presentation by the RELU sponsored research project Collaborative frameworks in land management: a case-study of wild deer in Britain in which Forest Research are involved.

Who was the event suitable for?

Researchers, policy makers, land owners and managers.

Where did the event take place?

London Zoo
Regents Park


For further information please contact the Mammal Society.

Tel: 02380 237 874