On July 9-12, 2012 in Durban, South Africa an event will be held for Wildlife Professionals. This event will explore rising world population, competition for resources and space between humans and wildlife. Today, human-wildlife interactions are more common than ever before. In an effort to retain vital biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, we need to explore ways to live and flourish together with wildlife. The theme for this year’s conference is “Cooperative Wildlife Management across Borders: Learning in the Face of Change.”
The IV IWMC’s scientific program will include keynote addresses from leading wildlife conservation and management experts, panel discussions on critical issues—such as Africa’s rhino crisis and other illegal trade concerns across the world—workshops, and symposia. In addition, the IWMC will offer an exhibition component, where delegates can network with like-minded professionals from other countries.
As environmental stewards, it’s our responsibility to protect the environment and make the right choices for future generations.
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To register click here. For up to date information on speakers, symposia, educational field trips, and more, click here visit the Congress website. For more information contact Darryl Walter, Director of Membership Marketing and Conferences, The Wildlife Society, +1-301-263-6000, email@example.com or Nafeesa Ally; Project Manager: The Conference Company: +27-31-303-9852 or Nafeesa@confco.co.za
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