Conflicts in human-nature interactions

Conflicts in human-nature interactions

Seminar
Kl.
10:15 - 12:45

Human–nature conflicts poses a serious environmental challenge for human society. How to mitigate such conflicts and identify viable management options? Thursday December 20 there will be an open seminar relating to these issues. All are welcome.

Time: 10.15-12.45. 
Room: Su105 Auditorium, Sørhellinga, Høgskoleveien 12, 

 

PROGRAM
10.15Welcome!Stian Stensland, Associate professor, NMBU
10.20A framework for understanding and addressing conservation conflicts.

Juliette Claire Young, PhD. Social Scientist, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Scotland

10.50Fisheries conflicts - from causes to dynamics and conflict resolution?

Sophia Kochalski, PhD, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries

11.20BREAK 
11.30Knowledge conflicts and the role of uncertainty in aquaculture effect on wild salmon.

Maiken Bjørkan, PhD, Senior researcher, Nordland Research Institute

12.00Catch and release conflicts in the Norwegian salmon sport fishery.

Stian Stensland, Associate professor, NMBU 

12.20Discussion and questions.

Moderator: Professor Øystein Aas, NMBU/ Norwegian Institute of Nature Research (NINA)

12.45END 


   

Sted
SU105 Sørhellinga
Adresse
Høgskoleveien 12
Campus Ås
Kontaktperson
Published 6. desember 2018 - 14:03 - Updated 6. desember 2018 - 14:03