Biodiversity

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Title: A Landscape Approach to Wildlife Conservation in Northeastern China

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Title: Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species in the Insular Caribbean

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Title: Conservation of Ecuadorian Amphibian Diversity and Sustainable Use of its Genetic Resources

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Title: Enhancing the Effectiveness and Financial Sustainability of Protected Areas

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Title: Leopards and Landscapes: Using a Flagship Species to Strengthen Conservation in the Republic of Yemen

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Title: Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use into Inland Fisheries Practices in Freshwater Ecosystems of High Conservation Value

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Rosie Cooney

Dr. Rosie Cooney is an interdisciplinary conservation scientist working at the interface of conservation science, policy and practice. She has extensive experience working for leading global nature conservation NGOs, a research background in wildlife management and governance, and has held a number of leadership and advisory positions in UN bodies, including the United Nations Secretary-General's Science Advisory Board and the Collaborative Partnership on Wildlife. She was a lead author in the IPBES regional assessment for Asia-Pacific. She has particular experience in mobilising global transdisciplinary explorations of complex biodiversity conservation issues, and her specific areas of expertise include sustainable use of wild resources; community conservation and natural resource management; legal and illegal wildlife trade; integration of rights, livelihoods and knowledge of indigenous peoples and local communities; natural resource governance; conversation policy; uncertainty and the precautionary principle in conservation practice. The majority of her work has focused on issues in African, Central/Southeast Asian and Latin American countries and Australia, in close collaboration with in-country individuals and organisations (including from governments, private sector, NGOs, and indigenous peoples/local community organisations), bilateral agencies, and multilateral organisations.

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Title: Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Threatened Savanna Woodland in the Kidepo Critical Landscape in North Eastern Uganda

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Title: Enhancing Wildlife Conservation in the Productive Southern Kenya Rangelands through a landscape approach Kenya

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Title: Protected Area Network Management and Building Capacity in Post-conflict Southern Sudan

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