Convivial conservation explained

Convivial conservation is one of the research project of SDC. Convivial (literally: ‘living with’) conservation offers a new and integrated approach to understanding and practicing environmental conservation. It is a Whole Earth vision that responds to the major ecological, social and political-economic challenges facing people and biodiversity in the 21st century. But what does this … Continue reading Convivial conservation explained

Let’s not pin down the delta – NRC Guest Blog by Dr Jeroen Warner

Dutch flood management policy benefits from a varied package of measures consisting of both ‘closed’ and ‘open’ hydrological interventions in the environment. This argument is voiced by Martijn van Staveren and Jeroen Warner, water policy researchers at Wageningen University.  In a heavily populated and densely constructed delta such as the Netherlands, flooding can cause enormous … Continue reading Let’s not pin down the delta – NRC Guest Blog by Dr Jeroen Warner

Bram Büscher in ZEMBLA Documentary “Victim in the World Willife Fund

Professor Bram Büscher has a prominent role in a ZEMBLA documentary about WWF. The documentary was broadcasted on Thursday, May 16, 2019 on Dutch television. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is active in birth control in nature reserves in the third World. According to the WWF, overcrowding is a great danger to nature and fewer … Continue reading Bram Büscher in ZEMBLA Documentary “Victim in the World Willife Fund