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

Mathew Bukhi Mabele

Mathew Mabele is a conservation social scientist working at the intersections of biodiversity conservation, social justice and development. I particularly teach and research on the governance of human-environment interactions in tropical forest and wildlife ecosystems. I apply political ecology and decolonial theories in my research to understand underlying systemic structures and processes that drive socio-ecological injustices, and explore alternative pathways for just conservation in the ecosystems. My works appear in peer-reviewed international journals in geography, sustainability, development, energy, forestry, environment and conservation.

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