Economics of wildlife tourism and conservation

Economics of wildlife tourism and conservation

Emeritus Professor Clem Tisdell of University of Queensland, is one of Australia’s most published authors on economics and a leading expert on the economics of wildlife tourism.  He will be one of the keynote speakers at our national workshop in May and will be staying on for discussion groups – and excellent opprtunity to thrash out some ideas and gain some valuable insights on the economic value of wildlife and how economics and ecological studies might combine for wildlife conservation.

See our interview with Professor Tisdell, and feel free to join in some discussions even now by adding comments below

 

 

 


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