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Symposia of interest include: SYM22: Societal Impacts of Surveillance Technologies in Conservation Organizer(s): Douglas Clark, University of Saskatchewan; Chris Sandbrook, University of Cambridge SYM24: Building and Critiquing Conservation: The Roles of Social Scientists Organizer(s): Lisa Naughton, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Adena Rissman, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison SYM16: New Frontiers in North American Bison Conservation: Exploring the Human Dimensions Organizer(s): Rebecca Garvoille, Ph.
D., Department of Conservation and Research, Denver Zoo; Keith Aune, Wildlife Conservation Society SYM50: Social, ecological and political dimensions of compelling carnivore conservation Organizer(s): Jeremy Bruskotter, School of Environment & Natural Resources, The Ohio State University; Alia Dietsch, School of Environment & Natural Resources, The Ohio State University; Adrian Treves, The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, The University of Wisconsin-Madison SYM23: Socioecological perspectives on forest bioenergy project impacts on biodiversity-related ecosystem service values Organizer(s): Kathleen E.
The Social Science Working Group‘s (SSWG) mission is to strengthen the practice of conservation through social science.
The group is a global community of more than 600 conservation professionals interested in the social dimensions of biodiversity conservation.