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1 Evolving perspectives on the demand for illegal wildlife products Discussion and conclusions from the symposium, with, Ming Lee, Principal Investigator, Sun Yat-sen University, Wildlife trade issues in China and Southeast Asia, Bob Smith,Director, Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE), Naomi Doak, Ming Lee, Bob Smith, E J Milner-Gulland 28 Nov 2017
2 Theme 3 panel Q and A: Changing wildlife consumption onto a legal, sustainable path Panel discussion on theme 3 of the symposium. With Deborah Hembury, Rachel Ash, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Lixin Huang, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Anastasiya Timoshyna, Programme Leader, Medicinal Plants, TRAFFIC. Deborah Hembury, Lixin Huang, Anastasiya Timoshyna, Rachel Ash 28 Nov 2017
3 Traditional Chinese medicine and illegal wildlife trade Lixin Huang, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, givesa talk for the symposium on traditional Chinese medicine and common misconceptions about it. Lixin Huang 28 Nov 2017
4 Human and conservation benefits through sustainable trade in wild plants Anastasiya Timoshyna, Programme Leader, Medicinal Plants, TRAFFIC, gives a talk for the symposium on her research on sustainable wildlife trade. Anastasiya Timoshyna 28 Nov 2017
5 Theme 2 panel Q and A: Linking supply and demand for wildlife products Panel discussion looking at theme 2 of the symposium. With Professor David Macdonald, founding Director of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), Hollie Booth, Sharks and Rays Advisor, SE Asia Archipelago, WCS Indonesia, David Macdonald, Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes, P Siriwat, Hollie Booth 28 Nov 2017
6 Theme 1 panel Q and A: Diverse approaches to illegal wildlife trade research Panel discussion looking at the first theme's panel. With Kelly Malsch, Head of Species Programme, UNEP WCMC, Steven Broad, Executive Director, TRAFFIC, Elizabeth Davis and Joss Wright, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University. Joss Wright, Kelly Malsch, Steven Broad, Elizabeth Davis 28 Nov 2017
7 Down to the bone: South Africa’s lion trade conundrum Michael 't Sas-Rolfes, fellow of the Oxford Martin Programme on Illegal Wildlife Trade, gives a talk for the symposium on his research on South Africa's lion trade. Michael 't Sas-Rolfes 28 Nov 2017
8 Not by legality alone: Addressing shark overexploitation in Indonesia Hollie Booth, Sharks and Rays Advisor, SE Asia Archipelago, WCS Indonesia, gives a talk for the symposium on her research in Indonesia and the overexploitation of sharks. Hollie Booth 28 Nov 2017
9 Mapping the emerging online trade Joss Wright, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the symposium on mapping the online illegal wildlife trade. Joss Wright 28 Nov 2017
10 Exploring cultural values and preferences Elizabeth Davies gives a talk for the symposium exploring cultural values and preferences surrounding the illegal wildlife trade. Elizabeth Davies 28 Nov 2017
11 Catalysing social and behavior change: Steven Broad Steven Broad Executive Director, TRAFFIC, gives a talk for the symposium on creating and catalysing social and behavioural change. Steven Broad 27 Nov 2017
12 Theme 1: Diverse approaches to illegal wildlife trade research: Kelly Malsch Kelly Malsch, Head of Species Programme at UNEP-WCMC introduces herself as the moderator for the first theme of the day, Diverse approaches to illegal wildlife trade research, as well as the speakers who will present. Kelly Malsch 27 Nov 2017
13 Welcome and opening remarks and Introduction to Open Space E.J. Milner-Gulland, Co-Director of Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal Wildlife Trade welcomes delegates to the programme's first symposium, co-hosted by San Diego Zoo Global and TRAFFIC. Jenny Glikman, E J Milner-Gulland 27 Nov 2017
14 Should I take a selfie with a wild animal? Travel companies around the world profit from some of the cruellest types of wildlife tourist attractions on earth. Tom Moorhouse 02 Jun 2017
15 Should I take a selfie with a wild animal? Travel companies around the world profit from some of the cruellest types of wildlife tourist attractions on earth. Tom Moorhouse 11 Apr 2017
16 Wildlife in the Anthropocene: Conservation after Nature An interdisciplinary discussion of Jamie Lorimer's book Jamie Lorimer, William Beinart, Daniel Grimley, Nikolaj Lübecker 06 May 2015
17 Creative Commons Wildlife in the Anthropocene: Environmentalism without nature This lecture by Jamie Lorimer explores new ways of thinking and doing environmentalism that need not make recourse to nature. Jamie Lorimer 02 Oct 2014
18 Creative Commons The Ecology of Conflict: Human-Wildlife Conflict on the Hwange National Park Boundary, Zimbabwe' Andrew Loveridge (Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Zoology) gives a talk for the St John's College Colloquium on Environmental Conflict and its Resolution (joint event with Oxpeace and Human Sciences). Andrew Loveridge 31 Oct 2011