Climate Change, Inequality, and Conservation

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For this episode of the Tyndall Talks, we have the highlights of a  recorded seminar on the topic of Climate Change, Inequality, and Conservation with guests Dr Karen Wong-Perez of IIED and Prof. Patricia Balvanera of UNAM, hosted by Dr Rachel Carmenta.

Whilst climate conservation interventions present an opportunity for tackling climate change, conservation and development, they may also pose risks to local communities. Given the increasing interest in nature-based solutions in the international policy arena, it is imperative that interventions do not extenuate the vulnerabilities of rural populations and instead enhance the resilience and well-being of the communities they impact. This seminar will address and critically reflect on some of the challenges posed, and harvest lessons learned from past and present experiences in climate conservation interventions.




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