CASEST is taking advantage of the presence of Christo Fabricius and Camille Jahel at the University of Angers to organize two conferences dedicated to biodiversity.
The place to be next week in Campo Grande, Brazil: International workshop on Socio-ecological systems in transition on tropical protected-non protected interfaces. Campo Grande
CASEST actively participated to the 2nd edition of the GRIM (Garden Route Interface Meeting). This international annual event took place in South Africa in October 2018. For CASEST, that was...
How Protected Areas, Biodiversity and Agriculture brought Brazil and South Africa together in Angers in July 2018
Thanks to its mobility grants, the University of Angers allowed us to welcome Christo Fabricius et Fabio de Oliveira Roque at the LETG-Angers laboratory between June and August, 2018.
CASEST (for “Anthropogenic constraints to Tropical Social-ecological systems”) is an international project which aim is to investigate the interfaces between nature and society particularly between wildlife and agricultural practices around...