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PCLG Digest 

September 2022

Edition Two

This edition features 30 new resources. Other relevant news –
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In this issue

PCLG's top reads!

1. Anguelovski I and E Corbera (2022) Integrating justice in nature-based solutions to avoid nature-enabled dispossession. Ambio. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-022-01771-7 (Open access)
2. Dore A, Hübschle A and M Batley (2022) Towards environmental restorative justice in South Africa: How to understand and address wildlife offences. In Pali B, Forsyth M and F Tepper (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Environmental Restorative Justice. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. DOI:
3. Musah A (2022) Indigenous knowledge and community ecological governance: Lessons from empirical cases. Journal of Contemporary Social Science and Education Studies.
Available here (Open access)
4. Weizman R, Talmage C, Allgood B and C Barylak (2022) Reconciling culture and conservation of wildlife: Field insights regarding sustainable community development projects and stakeholder well-being. Sustainable Development. DOI:

Human-wildlife conflict and coexistence

5. Chakraborty S (2022) Trends and patterns of elephant conservation management and human elephant conflict scenario in forests of northern west Bengal, India. Proceedings of the Zoological Society. DOI: 10.1007/s12595-022-00442-5
6. Jolly H, Satterfield T, Kandlikar M and S TR (2022) Indigenous insights on human–wildlife coexistence in southern India. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13981
7. Kamdar A, et al (2022) Human–elephant conflict mitigation as a public good: What determines fence maintenance? Ecology and Society. DOI: 10.5751/ES-13271-270324 (Open access)
8. Matata M, Kegamba J, Mremi R and A Eustace (2022) Electrified fencing as a mitigation strategy for human-elephant conflict in Western Serengeti: Community perspectives. Journal for Nature Conservation. DOI: 10.1016/j.jnc.2022.126271
9. Mdete J and N Mbije (2022) Human and wildlife co-existence in Mbomipa, Iringa, Tanzania: Is it a long-lasting and equitable equilibrium? Asian Journal of Environment & Ecology. DOI: 10.9734/AJEE/2022/v18i330318 (Open access)
10. Mudumba T, et al (2022) Influence of social status and industrial development on poaching acceptability. Global Ecology and Conservation. DOI: 10.1016/j.gecco.2022.e02271 (Open access)
11. Nguyen V, Phan T and L Chun-Hung (2022) Integrating multiple aspects of human–elephant conflict management in Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve, Vietnam. Global Ecology and Conservation. DOI: 10.1016/j.gecco.2022.e02285 (Open access)
12. Robinson D, et al (2022) Fisher–shark interactions: A loss of support for the Maldives shark sanctuary from reef fishers whose livelihoods are affected by shark depredation. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12912 (Open access)
13. Sime D, Siraj Z, Teklemariam A and B Tilahun (2022) Human-wild animals conflict in and around Amba Forest, Ezha District, Gurage Zone, Southern Ethiopia. International Journal of Zoology. DOI: 10.1155/2022/7002645 (Open access)
14. van Houdt S and L Traill (2022) A synthesis of human conflict with an African megaherbivore; the common hippopotamus. Frontiers in Conservation Science. DOI: 10.3389/fcosc.2022.954722 (Open access)
15. Vogel S, Songhurst A, McCulloch G and A Stronza (2022) Understanding farmers' reasons behind mitigation decisions is key in supporting their coexistence with wildlife. People and Nature. DOI: 10.1002/pan3.10397 (Open access)
16. Yan Z, et al (2022) Will the experience of human–wildlife conflict affect farmers’ cultivated land use behaviour? Evidence from China. Land. DOI: 10.3390/land11091530 (Open access)


17. Barbosa J, Aguiar J and R Alves (2022) Hunting and wildlife use in protected areas of the Atlantic rainforest, north-eastern Brazil. Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente. DOI: 10.5380/dma.v60i0.74388 (Open access)
18. Dutta A and S Lahiri (2022) Hunting. In Wouters J and T Subba (eds) The Routledge Companion to Northeast India, Routledge India. Available here
19. Muller J, et al (2022) The hunter and the hunted: Using web-sourced imagery to monitor leopard (Panthera pardus pardus) trophy hunting. Conservation Science and Practice. DOI: 10.1111/csp2.12789 (Open access)

Poverty-environment linkages

20. Ullah S, Israr M and S Khattak (2022) Poverty and deforestation nexus: An economic analysis of cause and effect relationship in Malakand Division, Pakistan. Journal of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences. DOI: 10.47264/idea.jhsms/3.1.28 (Open access)


21. Amata J (2022) Community participation in ecotourism project: A case in Caramoan, Camarines Sur, Philippines. Research Developments in Arts and Social Studies. DOI: 10.9734/bpi/rdass/v6/3049B
22. Arowosafe F (2022) Impacts of ecotourism on local communities of Mole National Park, Ghana and Kainji Lake National Park, Nigeria: A comparative study. Research Developments in Arts and Social Studies. DOI: 10.9734/bpi/rdass/v7/7145F
23. Hanson J, Schutgens M, Baral N and N Leader-Williams (2022) Assessing the potential of snow leopard tourism-related products and services in the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal. Tourism Planning and Development. DOI: 10.1080/21568316.2022.2122073 (Open access)
24. Kunjuraman V (2022) A revised sustainable livelihood framework for community-based tourism projects in developing countries. Current Issues in Tourism. DOI: 10.1080/13683500.2022.2116563
25. Jaya P, Izudin A and R Aditya (2022) The role of ecotourism in developing local communities in Indonesia. Journal of Ecotourism. DOI: 10.1080/14724049.2022.2117368
26. Muriithi J (2022) Sustainability perspectives of the wildlife conservancy–based tourism model in a post-pandemic context in Kenya. In Korstanje M, Seraphin H and S Maingi (eds) Tourism Through Troubled Times (Tourism Security-Safety and Post Conflict Destinations), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley. DOI: 10.1108/978-1-80382-311-920221010
27. Rastegar R, Breakey N, Driml S and L Ruhanen (2022) Does tourism development shift residents’ attitudes to the environment and protected area management? Tourism Recreation Research. DOI: 10.1080/02508281.2022.2106100

Wildlife trade (legal and illegal)

28. Agu H, Nwogu-Ikojo A and E Onyeabor (2022) COVID-19 crisis, wildlife trafficking and environmental governance in Nigeria. The Nigerian Juridical Review. DOI: 10.56284/tnjr.v17i1.31 (Open access)
29. Randolph S, et al (2022) Urban wild meat markets in Cameroon: Actors and motives. World Development. DOI: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2022.106060
30. Sabuhoro E, et al (2022) Livelihood security and perceived prevalence of illegal activities threatening mountain gorilla conservation in East Africa’s Virunga landscape. Land. DOI: 10.3390/land11091509 (Open access)
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