Human-animal conflict and smallholder livelihoods in Southeast Asia

April 5, 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Online Add to Calendar

As development continues to reshape Southeast Asia, there has been increasing fragmentation of animal habitats, bringing humans and animals into new forms of conflict. Consequently, smallholders and policymakers are involved in emerging dilemmas over conservation and livelihoods. In this continuation of our webinar series on smallholders in Southeast Asia, we examine smallholder agriculture to wild-capture fisheries and the ways human-animal interactions are changing across the region.

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UHM Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Mānoa Campus

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