Conservation & Society

(The TQCC of Conservation & Society is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Going Back to the Roots: Ubuntu and Just Conservation in Southern Africa17
Smart, Commodified and Encoded: Blockchain Technology for Environmental Sustainability and Nature Conservation13
Poverty, Pandemics, and Wildlife Crime11
Convivial Conservation from the Bottom Up: Human-Bear Cohabitation in the Rodopi Mountains of Bulgaria10
Exploring Convivial Conservation in Theory and Practice: Possibilities and Challenges for a Transformative Approach to Biodiversity Conservation9
Assembling an Ecosystem: The Making of State Páramos in Colombia7
Human-Wildlife Coexistence: Business as Usual Conservation or an Opportunity for Transformative Change?7
Can Philanthropy Enable Collective Action to Conserve Rivers? Insights from a Decade of Collaboration in the Colorado River Basin7
Violent Entanglements: The Pittman-Robertson Act, Firearms, and the Financing of Conservation6
A Review of the Role of Law and Policy in Human-Wildlife Conflict6
The Ethics of Reintroducing Large Carnivores: The Case of the California Grizzly5
Assessing Indicators and Limitations of Food Security Objectives in Coral Reef Restoration5
Why the Convivial Conservation Vision Needs Complementing to be a Viable Alternative for Conservation in the Global South5
Local Institutions and the Governance of Tree Resources: The Case of the Shea Tree (Vitellaria paradoxa C.F Gaertn.) in West Nile Region of Uganda5
“They Belong Here”: Understanding the Conditions of Human-wolf Coexistence in North-Western Spain5
Assessing the Management Effectiveness of Three Protected Areas in Ghana4
How Will the End of Bear Bile Farming in Vietnam Influence Consumer Choice?4
Environmentalities of Coexistence with Wolves in the Cantabrian Mountains of Spain4
Everyday Forest Rights: Claiming Territories and Pastoral Livelihoods in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, India3
The Militarisation of Conservation and Occupational Violence in Sikumi Forest Reserve, Zimbabwe3
Linking Farmers' Perception of Biodiversity, Subjective Well-being and Conservation in the Tandilia System in the Southern Pampas of Argentina3
Convivial Conservation Prospects in Europe—From Wilderness Protection to Reclaiming the Commons3
Altmetric Scores in Conservation Science have Gender and Regional Biases3
Territorialising Conservation: Community-based Approaches in Kenya and Namibia3
Local Attitudes Toward Amur Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) Conservation in the Russian Far East3
Conservation Social Scientists in Transnational Institutions: Negotiating Hierarchies of Expertise3
Engaging End-Users to Maximise Uptake and Effectiveness of a New Species Recovery Assessment: The IUCN Green Status of Species3
Living with Gorillas? Lessons from Batwa-Gorillas' Convivial Relations at Bwindi Forest, Uganda3
Transforming Convivial Conservation: Towards More-Than-Human Participation in Research3
Influence of Wildlife Crop Raiding on Subsistence Farmers' Food Security Adjacent to Hluhluwe Game Reserve, South Africa3
When the State Imposes the “Commons”: Pastoralism After the Reintroduction of the Brown Bear in the Pyrenees3
Achieving international species conservation targets: Closing the gap between top-down and bottom-up approaches3