Conservation implications of COVID19: Effects via tourism and extractive industries

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Buckley, Ralf
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Corlett et al. (2020b) identified many ways in which the COVID19 coronavirus pandemic can affect conservation. Here I suggest two further mechanisms, via the impacts of tourism and extractive industries, respectively. In summary: (i) reductions in funding from tourism lead to increased poaching; and (ii) extractive industries enterprises seize opportunities to encroach on the conservation estate, via multiple mechanisms.

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Environmental sciences
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Buckley, R, Conservation implications of COVID19: Effects via tourism and extractive industries, Biological Conservation, 2020, 247
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