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ICCS @ICCB Monday
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10:00 ‐ 11:3011:45‐13:1513:30‐14:3014:30‐16:0016:00‐17:3017:30‐19:0019:00‐21:00
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E.J Milner-GullandHow to grow your project impact, measure it, and still do what you love. Assessing the impact of the Whitley Awards over 25 years. Room 2
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Amy Hinsley
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Carlyn Samuel
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Dan Challender
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Diogo VeríssimoSocial Science 2:

Oral presentation: New Publishing Models in Academic Research. Talk starts at 12.30 Plenary Room.
Joint social from Conservation Marketing and Social Science Working Groups: Tujo Bar-sserie & Grill ( No.9 Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
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Emiel de LangeSymposium: Research ethics in conservation: improving practice when working with people.

Oral presentation: The path ahead for ethical research in conservation. Room 12
Advocacy and engagement 1:

Oral presentation: Communicating conservation contagions in theory & practice. Room 3
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Harriet IbbettSymposium: Research ethics in conservation: improving practice when working with people.

Oral presentation: Conservation publications and their provisions to protect research participants. Talk starts at 10.15 Room 12
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Henry Travers
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Hollie Booth
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Hunter Doughty
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Julia Migné
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Joe BullAdvancing private sector biodiversity accountability. Room 7
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Katrina Davis
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Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes
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Molly Grace
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Munib KhanyariPoster: Understanding spatio-temporal variation and climate-driven distribution shifts in transmission potential of disease to inform adaptive management Room: Exhibit Hall.
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Prue AddisonAdvancing private sector biodiversity accountability. Room 7
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Sofia Castello y Tickell
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Sam SinclairAdvancing private sector biodiversity accountability. Room 7
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Tim KuiperAdaptive management and monitoring 1.

Oral presentation: Ranger‐based monitoring of elephant poaching in Zimbabwe: a case study of uncertainty in conservation monitoring. Room 2
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Victoria Griffiths
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ICCS @ICCB Tuesday
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10:00 ‐ 11:3011:45‐13:1513:30‐14:3014:30‐16:0016:00‐17:3017:30‐19:0019:00‐21:00
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E.J Milner-GullandConservation Optimism: Celebrating what works in conservation to empower emerging conservationists. Room 5
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Amy Hinsley
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Carlyn SamuelConservation Optimism: Celebrating what works in conservation to empower emerging conservationists. Room 5
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Dan Challender
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Diogo VeríssimoReducing demand for illegal wildlife products through evidence‐based behavior change interventions (Organizer) Room 6Conservation culturomics – harnessing the digital revolution to gain insights on human‐nature interactions
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Emiel de Lange
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Harriet Ibbett
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Henry TraversSymposium: "Mainstreaming behaviour change science in conservation".

Talk: 15.30 to 15.45 "Future opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming behaviour change science in conservation”. Room 11
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Hollie Booth‘Marine Conservation 1’

No net loss for sharks and people? Towards a risk-based framework for feasible, equitable shark fisheries management Room 10
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Hunter DoughtySymposium: Reducing demand for illegal wildlife products through evidence‐based behavior change interventions.

Oral Presentation: Talk Title: Saiga Horn Medicine in Singapore: An Evidence‐Based Behavioural Intervention. Room 6
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Julia MignéConservation Optimism: Celebrating what works in conservation to empower emerging conservationists. Room 5
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Joe Bull
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Katrina DavisWorkshop: “Achieving sound economic conservation decisions through population ecology” Room 3
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Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes
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Molly Grace
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Munib KhanyariPoster: Understanding spatio-temporal variation and climate-driven distribution shifts in transmission potential of disease to inform adaptive management Room: Exhibit Hall.
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Prue Addison
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Sofia Castello y Tickell
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Sam Sinclair
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Tim Kuiper
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Victoria Griffiths
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ICCS @ICCB Wednesday
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10:00 ‐ 11:3011:45‐13:1513:30‐14:3014:30‐16:0016:00‐17:3017:30‐19:0019:00‐21:00
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E.J Milner-GullandCommunicating the concept of species recovery: Translating the terminology of the IUCN Green List of Species. Room 4
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Amy HinsleySymposium: Does wildlife farming help to
reduce illegal unsustainable wild harvesting?

Disentangling the markets for farmed and wild bear bile in China.
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Carlyn Samuel
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Dan ChallenderSymposium: Does wildlife farming help to
reduce illegal unsustainable wild harvesting?

The feasibility and potential impact of pangolin farming.
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Diogo Veríssimo
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Emiel de Lange
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Harriet Ibbett
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Henry Travers
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Hollie BoothSymposium: ‘(Conservation) Traditions Beyond Boundaries’ .

Oral Presentation: The role of culture in shaping shark conservation in the coral triangle: Challenges, opportunities and ways forward. Room 4
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Hunter Doughty
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Julia Migné
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Joe Bull
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Katrina DavisOral presentation Title: “What motivates fisher‐sea lion conflict in Chile & Peru?” Plenary room.
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Michael ‘t Sas-RolfesSymposium: Does wildlife farming help to
reduce illegal unsustainable wild harvesting?
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Molly GraceCommunicating the concept of species recovery: Translating the terminology of the IUCN Green List of Species. Room 4
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Munib KhanyariPoster: Understanding spatio-temporal variation and climate-driven distribution shifts in transmission potential of disease to inform adaptive management Room: Exhibit Hall.
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Prue Addison
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Sofia Castello y TickellSpeed talk: "Marine Conservation" session 
Sunken worlds: The past and future of human-made reefs in marine conservation Meeting rooms 403- 404, Level 4.
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Sam Sinclair
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Tim Kuiper
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Victoria GriffithsSymposium: Improving the design and practice of offsetting and ecological compensation.

Oral Presentation: Incorporating people’s cultural heritage values into biodiversity offsets. Room 10
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ICCS @ICCB Thursday
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10:00 ‐ 11:3011:45‐13:1513:30‐14:3014:30‐16:0016:00‐17:3017:15‐19:15
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E.J Milner-GullandConservation Optimism: Rethinking how to communicate conservation science effectively. Room 3Distinguished Service Award. Room KLCC Plenary Theater, Level 3.
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Amy HinsleyEJ's Award Plenary Theater
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Carlyn SamuelConservation Optimism: Rethinking how to communicate conservation science effectively. Room 3
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Dan Challender
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Diogo Veríssimo
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Emiel de Lange
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Harriet Ibbett
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Henry Travers
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Hollie Booth
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Hunter Doughty
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Julia MignéConservation Optimism: Rethinking how to communicate conservation science effectively. Room 3
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Joe Bull
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Katrina Davis
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Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes
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Molly Grace
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Prue Addison
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Sofia Castello y Tickell
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Sam Sinclair
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Tim Kuiper
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Victoria Griffiths
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