This team aims to be representative of the diversity of stakeholders involved worldwide in Human – Wildlife interactions. Their main role has been to co-built, test, and validate this platform to make it appropriate and adapted to all.
Addressing Human – Wildlife interaction issues often requires a combination of diverse initiatives. While many of these already exist, they are spread out across the globe in such a way that many remain unknown and not available to all.
The ENCOSH platform has been co-created by an international, interdisciplinary team to foster and help practitioners worldwide to share their knowledge and experiences
Search for initiatives that could be adapted to your local context: search initiative
Share an initiativebriefly so that it would be available in the platform and seen in the interactive map: share an initiative
Submit one of your initiative for which you have direct experience with and get a free downloadable technical sheet in pdf: submit an initiative
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information and guidance or share any suggestions to make this new platform the most suitable to your needs and expectations: https://encosh.org/contact/
Do you know or use an initiative (prevention practices, protection measure, scaring devices, training, mediation, financial instruments, policy...) that can improve the outcome of Human - Wildlife interactions?
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