Here we are, about 1 year after the official launch of the ENCOSH platform, 226 members from 34 countries worldwide!— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) January 13, 2021
If you are not a member yet, register and join us on this platform and contribute by sharing your initiatives, knowledge, experiences and questions!
Discover today an initiative from Kyrgyzstan where farmers use rags imbued with the smell of gun powder, arranged on a fan or attached to the tail of horses, to deter wolves: https://t.co/GEAnEl6ADl— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) December 17, 2020
Feel free to add here any similar experience, with wolves or other predators!
Who would be interested by an international forum to foster the exchange among stakeholders to better tackle Human - Wildlife coexistence issues?!— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) December 10, 2020
Let us know below whether you would be interested to include a forum on the ENCOSH platform and what would be your expectations!
Have a look here on the creation of a buffer zone of chili to discourage crop-eating by elephants on the scale of individual farms!— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) December 4, 2020
Learn more here and share your comments, questions or own experiences!https://t.co/YlfuxQU7SX pic.twitter.com/KEFhhBZdiL
Discover 13 various and complementary initiatives from Africa and Asia easily and rapidly available on the platform to enhance Human-Elephant interactions:https://t.co/jklPzpL5jQ pic.twitter.com/nBdzdklyiZ— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) November 24, 2020
Today, discover an initiative in French Guyana to enhance interactions between breeders and large felids: pilot farms to test protection measures and giving the opportunity to breeders of using retaliatory killing alternatives more effective. https://t.co/s4TPLAN6N5 pic.twitter.com/rLqztZ3NVv— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) November 20, 2020
Call to make visible invisible Human - Wildlife coexistence initiatives!— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) November 10, 2020
Many initiatives worldwide contribute to turn conflict into coexistence but plenty remain invisible and unknown!
Contribute to make these visible today here: https://t.co/yfxxi0UUir
Discover here a protection collar currently being tested in Switzerland to prevent wolf depredation on sheep, based on an detection system and a pheromone-repellent: https://t.co/LpzuYh1ltk pic.twitter.com/kJj23YlPun— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) November 4, 2020
Discover here "ProxyLoup", a collaborative mapping tool to signal the presence of a predator to all those responsible for herds located in the vicinity:https://t.co/sd4Q5ATIGg— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) October 23, 2020
Feel free to leave comments and questions directly on the platform to better adapt this tool locally! pic.twitter.com/8wgPDvnNVq
Congratulations, we are now 200 official members on the ENCOSH platform from 28 countries around the world!— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) October 12, 2020
Who wants to share his/her initiative contributing to tackle Human - Wildlife coexistence issues with the world?— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) October 9, 2020
You can now share it with the world in our podcast-pitches!
Contact us through our networks and directly through the platform: https://t.co/biecFtHfQ0 pic.twitter.com/2DArNMamgr
New perspective of ENCOSH: podcast-pitches to present you various initiatives worldwide that contribute to tackle Human - Wildlife coexistence issues! pic.twitter.com/akAnlXWTxg— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) October 2, 2020
Click here on this new collaborative platform and make your own toolbox of initiatives and measures to transform negative to neutral or positive interactions between humans and wildlife: https://t.co/jklPzpL5jQ pic.twitter.com/mqh5QDLoYD— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) September 30, 2020
Discover this new page on the ENCOSH platform where you could have access of diverse webinars, conferences and talks about Human - Wildlife conflict and coexistence issues to learn and inspire of each other!https://t.co/gl0pELip0S pic.twitter.com/bK4qg17BGz— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) September 25, 2020
Register here on this webinar on Friday to learn how bees could deter elephants from crop fields: https://t.co/dGBv63v0XB— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) September 15, 2020
6 new members in less than 24 hours, and overall 167 members registered on the platform from 23 countries all over the world! Be the next to become part of this recent international network to better tackle Human - Wildlife interactions issues.— ENCOSH (@gaillard_tommy) September 15, 2020