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Unformatted text preview: Global Partnerships in Conservation Biolo Global Partnerships in Conservation Biolo Can We Make a Difference with Field Training a Can We Make a Difference with Field Training an Community Outreach Before It Community Outreach Before It s Too Late? s Too Late? Randall C. Randall C. Kyes Kyes Dept. of Dept. of Psychol Psychol . Center for Global Field Study Center for Global Field Study Wa Wa . National Primate Research . National Primate Research Cnt Cnt . NB: Many photos removed to make this file small enough to be placed on the course website. PREMISE PREMISE : : Building a sustainable future depends on restructuring the global economy, major shifts in human reproductive and consumptive behavior, and dramatic changes in values an lifestyles. If we do not accomplish this restructuring within the next three to five decades, environmental deterioration and economic growth are likely to feed on each other, pulling u into a downward spiral of social disintegration PREMISE PREMISE : : Building a sustainable future depends on restructuring the global economy, major shifts in human reproductive and consumptive behavior, and dramatic changes in values an changes in values an lifestyles. lifestyles. If we do not accomplish this restructuring within the next three to five decades, environmental deterioration and economic growth are likely to feed on each other, pulling u into a downward spiral of social disintegration GLOBAL PROBLEM GLOBAL PROBLEM : : One of the greatest challenges facing many habitat countr is the management and conservation of their threatened wildlife populations due, in part, to a lack of trained individuals and insufficient funds. INTERNATIONAL SOLUTION INTERNATIONAL SOLUTION : : Collaborative partnerships ( active, long-term partnerships ) betwe habitat and non-habitat country institutions are essential in helping to facilitate the research, training and outreach programs ( and funding base ) needed to promote global conservation. University of Washington University of Washington National Primate Research Cen National Primate Research Cen DIVISION OF DIVISION OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS Randall C. Kyes - Division Head Lisa Jones-Engel - Core Head- Emerging Infec. Disease Gregory Engel - Emerging Infectious Disease Betsy Ferguson - Genetics Mike Agy - Virology Christine Howard - Division Coordinator Erik McArthur - PRRS Program Coordinator Robin McArthur - PRRS IT Spet Regina Liszanckie - Program Assistant Division of International Programs - WaNPR Washington Washington NPRC NPRC Indonesia Indonesia Nepal Nepal China China D.R. Congo D.R. Congo Mexico Mexico Thailand Thailand Russia Russia Bangladesh Bangladesh India India Russia Russia Nepal Nepal Brazil Brazil TRAINING TRAINING OBJECTIVE: OBJECTIVE: To provide education & field training in Conservation Biolo for univ. students and professionals from collaborating institu ( primate behavior, conservation strategies, field study methods, e...
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