Monthly Archives: January 2017

New paper out in Conservation Letters!

Traditional survey methods to assess preferences for biodiversity can be costly and time consuming. Can we use, instead, social media to understand touristsĀ“ preferences for nature-based experiences in protected areas? Read our new paper (accepted paper, so uncorrected proofs) in … Continue reading

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Interview for Helsingin Sanomat on trophy hunting

How can trophy hunting contribute to biodiversity conservation? In an article published in TREE last year, I analyzed the pros and cons of trophy hunting in sub-Saharan Africa, following the controversial killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, and made … Continue reading

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ResearchGate interview

The project Investigating illegal wildlife trade: innovative approaches to inform global conservation policy is getting more attention, as I was interviewed by ResearchGate for their news blog. Here is a link

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Interview for the Academy of Finland

A new interview on my project Investigating illegal wildlife trade: innovative approaches to inform global conservation policy that appeared onĀ the Academy of Finland webpage

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