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Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, K Chan, P Christie, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
biological conservation 205, 93-108, 2017
7742017
Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, KMA Chan, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 56-66, 2017
3842017
Scientific evidence supports a ban on microbeads
CM Rochman, SM Kross, JB Armstrong, MT Bogan, ES Darling, SJ Green, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (18), 10759-10761, 2015
3552015
Toward a systematic approach for identifying conservation flagships
D Verissimo, DC MacMillan, RJ Smith
Conservation Letters, 2011
2152011
Let the locals lead
RJ Smith, D VerÝssimo, N Leader-Williams, RM Cowling, AT Knight
Nature 462 (7271), 280-281, 2009
1792009
Identifying Cinderella species: uncovering mammals with conservation flagship appeal
RJ Smith, D VerÝssimo, NJB Isaac, KE Jones
Conservation Letters 5 (3), 205-212, 2012
1772012
Competitive outreach in the 21st century: Why we need conservation marketing
AJ Wright, D VerÝssimo, K Pilfold, ECM Parsons, K Ventre, J Cousins, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 115, 41-48, 2015
1552015
Birds as tourism flagship species: a case study of tropical islands
D VerÝssimo, I Fraser, J Groombridge, R Bristol, DC MacMillan
Animal Conservation 12 (6), 549-558, 2009
1472009
Anthropomorphized species as tools for conservation: utility beyond prosocial, intelligent and suffering species
M Root-Bernstein, L Douglas, A Smith, D Verissimo
Biodiversity and Conservation 22 (8), 1577-1589, 2013
1142013
Influencing human behaviour: an underutilised tool for biodiversity management
D VerÝssimo
Conservation Evidence 10, 20-24, 2013
1112013
Characterizing efforts to reduce consumer demand for wildlife products
D VerÝssimo, AKY Wan
Conservation Biology 33 (3), 623-633, 2019
1012019
Understanding urban demand for wild meat in Vietnam: implications for conservation actions
R Shairp, D VerÝssimo, I Fraser, D Challender, D MacMillan
PloS one 11 (1), e0134787, 2016
962016
Illegal wildlife trade: Scale, processes, and governance
M ‘t Sas-Rolfes, DWS Challender, A Hinsley, D VerÝssimo, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 44, 201-228, 2019
912019
Increased conservation marketing effort has major fundraising benefits for even the least popular species
D VerÝssimo, G Vaughan, M Ridout, C Waterman, D MacMillan, RJ Smith
Biological Conservation 211, 95-101, 2017
892017
Heterogeneity in consumer preferences for orchids in international trade and the potential for the use of market research methods to study demand for wildlife
A Hinsley, D Verissimo, DL Roberts
Biological Conservation 190, 80-86, 2015
842015
Using a systematic approach to select flagship species for bird conservation
D VerÝssimo, T Pongiluppi, MCM Santos, PF Develey, I Fraser, RJ Smith, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (1), 269-277, 2014
632014
To what extent is social marketing used in demand reduction campaigns for illegal wildlife products? Insights from elephant ivory and rhino horn
S Greenfield, D VerÝssimo
Social Marketing Quarterly 25 (1), 40-54, 2019
612019
Flagships or battleships: deconstructing the relationship between social conflict and conservation flagship species
LR Douglas, D VerÝssimo
Environment and Society 4 (1), 98-116, 2013
612013
Ethical considerations when conservation research involves people
S Brittain, H Ibbett, E de Lange, L Dorward, S Hoyte, A Marino, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (4), 925-933, 2020
602020
Conservation and marketing: how to lose friends and influence people
RJ Smith, D VerÝssimo, DC MacMillan, N Leader-Williams, WM Adams
Trade-offs in Conservation: Deciding What to Save. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxfordá…, 2010
60*2010
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