Dr. Wilhelm A. Kiwango (PhD) is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, The University of Dodoma and a recent Post-Doctoral Researcher under the Convivial Conservation project (https://conviva-research.com/). Having trained in wildlife conservation and environmental governance, his research interests include environment and wildlife conservation governance, political ecology, data justice and conservation and disaster risk reduction. His current research work focuses on integrating convivial conservation theory with practice, exploring pathways to coexistence between lions and humans in the Great Ruaha-Rungwa Ecosystem in Tanzania. He serves as a reviewer in several reputable journal, and has edited a special issues in Conservation and Society Journal in 2023. He as co-edited a book titled Convivial Conservation from Principles to Practice freely available at MayFly books (https://mayflybooks.org/convivial-conservation/ ).
Affiliation: Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, The University of Dodoma. P.O.Box 395, 3 Social Street, 41218 Dodoma, Tanzania. Tel: +255 784 491077, +255763927866.
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