We are delighted to share David and Meridith Happold’s new book: The Mammals of Malawi.
The Happold’s have kindly made this freely available as a pdf, and found by following this link:
The Mammals of Malawi
“Conservation in the 21st Century; what is it and who is it for?”
Our speaker was Dr Leejiah Dorward, a conservation scientist from the University of Bangor, Wales, with a Master’s degree in conservation science and a Doctorate on improving understanding of the socio-ecological complexity of human-carnivore interactions. Conservation is changing, as we learned from our 2021 speaker, Jonathan Timberlake, but how it is changing is a much-debated topic. Leejiah is very well qualified to add to the debate with his talk: “Conservation in the 21st Century; what is it and who is it for?” The talk drew on Leejiah’s experiences in Tanzania , as well as in Northern Malawi.
Leejiah’s presentation can be viewed on the following link:
Conservation in the 21st Century; what is it and who is it for?
We are delighted to announce that NVT are seeking applications for research grants. Full details are given in the following link NVT Research Research Grants
We have just updated the Nyika and Vwaza Marsh Bibliography. We hope you will find this useful.
If you are aware of additional material that you think should be included please let us know.