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期刊名称: Primate Conservation
Volume:29    Issue:1        Page:115-122
ISSN:0898-6207

Geza Teleki and the Emergence of Sierra Leone's Wildlife Conservation Movement期刊论文

作者: Paul Munro
DOI:10.1896/052.029.0112

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页码: 115-122
出版者: Conservation International
期刊名称: Primate Conservation
ISSN: 0898-6207
卷期: Volume:29    Issue:1
摘要: This paper details Geza Teleki's contributions in the development of a wildlife conservation movement in Sierra Leone in the late 1970s to early 1980s. Teleki, a primatologist researcher and an animal rights activist, arrived in Sierra Leone in 1979 to find an inactive government wildlife conservation program and a thriving primate export sector. Shocked by what he saw, he worked with local and international environmentalists to build a wildlife conservationist movement in Sierra Leone. From capricious negotiations with presidential dictator Siaka Stevens to theurgical conflicts with local communities, Teleki helped to lay the groundwork for transforming wildlife conservation in the small West African nation. In this paper, I explore these contributions, reconstructing Teleki's position as a historical actor in Sierra Leone as well as providing some reflection on how the legacy of his work has been inscribed upon Sierra Leone's contemporary wildlife conservation landscape
相关主题: Outamba-Kilimi National Park, Sierra Leone, history, wildlife conservation, Geza Teleki, Africa,

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