For co-existence, (bio)diversity and justice in conservation

Eliana Muccio

Eliana is a recent graduate with an MSc in Global Wildlife Health and Conservation and a BSc in Zoology obtained at the University of Bristol (UK). During her Master’s Project in Madagascar, she interviewed local rice farmers to understand traditional cultivation techniques and how these influenced current deforestation events. This experience made her develop a keen interest in exploring human-wildlife interactions across the globe. She is now committed to exploring such a field further, by collaborating with the Convivial Conservation group and ‘spreading the word’ of Convivial Conservation principles to a wide audience with a new podcast series entitled ‘Convivial Conservation Around the Globe’