Volume 3 Issue 2 of People and Nature is online now!
What’s on the cover?
The cover image is taken from the Research Article by Ruby Grantham and colleagues Spatiotemporal determinants of seasonal gleaning
You can learn more about this research in the authors’ plain language summary How and why coastal gleaning differs between communities and seasons and in their infographic Spatiotemporal determinants of seasonal gleaning.
This issue features the latest open access research exploring the relationships between people and nature, including research on the factors influencing how nature interactions vary between cities and the types of those nature interactions, a Perspective on connecting governance interventions to ecosystem services provision networks, a Review of the policy and management reforms resulting in India’s wild tiger recovery and the lessons that will help conservation practice plus so much more!
The British Ecological Society organised a press release Selfies, gorillas and the risks of disease transmission for Gaspard Van Hamme and colleagues’ People and Nature Research Article Keep your distance: Using Instagram posts to evaluate the risk of anthroponotic disease transmission in gorilla ecotourism. You can also read more in the authors’ plain language summary Using Instagram posts to evaluate the risk of disease spreading from tourists to gorillas
Virginia Tech organised a press release Coffee for the birds: connecting bird-watchers with shade-grown coffee for Alicia Williams and colleagues’ People and Nature Research Article Tapping birdwatchers to promote bird‐friendly coffee consumption and conserve birds. You can also read more in the authors’ plain language summary Birdwatchers are a potential, yet untapped, market for coffee that benefits birds.
All articles published in People and Nature are Open Access and have a plain language summary written by the authors!