Trophy hunting for conservation and development in Namibia? The limitations of economic benefits and the role of science

By Stasja Koot, 12 February 2019   Recent years have shown an increase in the, often heated, debate on trophy hunting, with some important developments taking place in southern Africa. To name just some that have accelerated the debate: In 2012, pictures of King Juan Carlos of Spain emerged in which he posed in front…Read more Trophy hunting for conservation and development in Namibia? The limitations of economic benefits and the role of science

Tourism, labour and the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa

By Stasja Koot, 12 December 2017 In the Kruger to Canyon (K2C) region, South Africa, there are two big phenomena of which the interactions have so far hardly been researched: tourism and the rhino poaching crisis. Based on four field trips to South Africa in 2016/17, totalling about 3 months, I have investigated these links,…Read more Tourism, labour and the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa