We asked three experts from the fields of Human Dimensions, Wildlife Research and Moral Philosophy to share their perspectives with us on a particular case study:
Namibia starts controversial hyena cull to save its wild horses
“Shooting hyenas to save wild horses raises heated debate about whether conservation authorities should intervene between endemic wildlife and ‘feral’ animals.”
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We asked the experts:
- What approach would you recommend decision-makers to take to best address this conflict?
- Why this approach (e.g. which processes, perspectives or values should be prioritized in your view)?
- What should be the first step?