In focus Bushmeat


News - 6 Jun 2020
Small scale farming, crop diversity, local people crucial, experts say at GLF

Feature - 6 Mar 2020
Canadian caribou hunting ban highlights challenges of wildlife management
Reconsidering maximum sustainable wild meat yields
News - 15 Jan 2020
Management of intact forestlands by Indigenous Peoples key to protecting climate
Rights recognition crucial to fend off global warming and catastrophic climate change
News - 30 Sep 2019
Keeping wild meat on the table
With traditional knowledge and scientific data, Indigenous hunters aim for healthy game animal and fish populations
5 Dec 2018
Wild meat for today and tomorrow
More sustainable management of tropical wildlife is possible
News - 24 Sep 2018
Taste for gorilla and chimp meat fuels illicit trade
Study reveals a chain from forest to city that includes hunters, drivers, traders and consumers
News - 17 May 2018
Ebola returns in area scientists predicted ‘highly favorable’ for outbreak
Biogeographical mapping is proving successful in detecting outbreak-prone regions for the deadly disease
News - 5 Mar 2018
How safe are our wildlife sanctuaries?
New research shows hunting is the most common threat to protected areas worldwide
News - 14 Nov 2017
Ebola outbreaks linked to forest loss
Scientists track disease to edge of newly cleared forests
Photo Essay - 1 Nov 2017
Wild nourishment
Forest foods boost local diets in Zambia
Video - 29 Sep 2017
A window on wild meat in Colombia
Videos bring to life research on a hidden trade
News - 16 Aug 2017
On the edge of forests, change comes in many forms
New research into land-use change extends from diet impacts to satellite mapping, and spans the globe