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Africa at Noon: Adrian Treves & Lisa Naughton

Socioeconomic & Ecologic Dimensions of Restoring Wildlife in Akagera National Park, Rwanda

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time
12-1 p.m.
Location
Description
Environmental restoration is a constitutional and policy priority in post-genocide Rwanda. Naughton and Treves’ research concerns efforts to restore Rwanda’s natural ecosystems and balance the social distribution of costs and benefits from wildlife. In this talk, the two will describe an interdisciplinary research collaboration in Akagera National Park (ANP), involving Rwandan students and professionals and UW-Madison faculty and students.
Cost
Free

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