The complexity and variety in human large carnivore interactions in India

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Nikit Surve Aritra Kshettry Iravatee Majgaonkar Shweta Shivakumar

Basic • Human-Large carnivore conflict, Awareness, Leopards • 30 Seats • Short • Starts at 14:00 – 16:30 on DAY 1

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Our team members have been studying human large carnivore interactions in varied landscapes of India namely Himachal Pradeesh (where lot of leopard and human deaths occur every year), Northern West Bengal (where workers in tea estates get into conflict scenarios with leopards and elephants, Mumbai (which is an unique Urban habitat where leopards come in contact with city dwellers) and from western Maharashtra and northern Karnataka (where we have negative interactions between wolves and nomadic pastoralist / herders).
Because of the varied experience each of us gets from their respective fields we would like to share the same with other young researchers who want to take this conservation issue further.
The objectives of the workshop are:
1. To sensitize students to the sheer complicated nature of these interactions.
2. Share our experience about stake holder involvement and engagement in the conflict scenario and how it helps.
3. Role played by awareness in resolving the human – wildlife conflict scenario (a case study of Mumbai)
All this will be achieved by power-point presentations, group discussions and role plays.

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