Hey everyone, so I took a class recently called International Wildlife Conservation, as I am a conservation biology/natural resource ecology major and this class has honestly changed my perspective on everything. Most of the class was actually discussing socio-economics and culture, almost more than conservation science itself. We came to learn that conservation starts with the locals, and that was something I never thought of before. My professor mentioned time and time again that sociologists need to come into play when dealing with conservation. Does anyone has a job in this kind of work? Working with the people to become more sustainable and conservation-oriented? I would love to hear more from you!
Submitted November 30, 2017 at 03:23PM by mandapandastic
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