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About Margi Prideaux

Dr Margi Prideaux is an international wildlife policy writer, negotiator and academic. She has worked within the conservation movement for 25 years. Her forthcoming book Birdsong After the Storm: Global Environmental Governance, Civil Society and Wildlife will be released in early 2017.  She writes at www.wildpolitics.co and you can follow her on twitter @WildPolitics.

Articles by Margi Prideaux

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Dr Margi Prideaux is an international wildlife policy and law writer, negotiator and academic. She writes at www.wildpolitics.co and you can follow her on twitter @WildPolitics.

When a tiger has no value

The quest for profit is transforming the natural world. Can it be halted?

Wildlife conservationists need to break out of their Stockholm syndrome

Instead of fighting a destructive economic system, international conservation NGOs are bonding with its brutality.

Zoos are the problem, not the solution to animal conservation

Instead of imprisoning animals for profit, why not support shared efforts in coexistence?

Dolphins as Persons?

The bedrock of our assumptions about human preeminence is shifting as scientists and philosophers explore the social complexity and intelligence of other species
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