Session: Multiple One Health Perspectives on Protected Areas, Nature Conservation, and Human-Animal Connections
Session: Multiple One Health Perspectives on
Protected Areas, Nature Conservation,
and Human-Animal Connections
Session Moderator: Professor Mike Manfredo
- Professor Tara Teel.
Linking Human, Wildlife, and Ecosystem Well-Being: The Case of Big Cat
Conservation in India
- Professor Camilla Sandström
Health Considerations in the Restoration of Large Carnivore Populations in
- Professor Andreas Rechkemmer
Social-Ecological Justice in the One Health Context
- Professor Philip Tedeschi
Understanding the Human-Animal Bond in One Health Applications
Human Well-being and
Deforestation - 46-58 million square miles of forest
are lost each year.
Land degradation overall has increased from 15% to
25% of all lands over the last 20 years.
Climate Change will profoundly affect ecosystem
Sustained lost of biodiversity with 2020 targets
that will slow the loss, not reverse it.
The Link to Human Health
1/6 of the World’s Population Depends on Protected Areas for
Their Livelihoods (COBD 2010).
Of the 1.2 Billion undernourished, 90% depends on forests for their
livelihood (World Bank 2003).
Effects of PPA on local populations are debated in literature.
While many of the world’s population struggle to attain a livelihood
around protected areas, developed countries such as the US and
Australia are promoting PAs as places that can improve mental and