Environmental Humanities affiliates publish article on the ‘bushmeat crisis’

March 11, 2022

A group of four students and faculty affiliated with the Environmental Humanities program have published an article on the global bushmeat trade in relation to public health, conservation, and normative values. The article, “Reframing conservation and development perspectives on bushmeat,” appeared in Environmental Research Letters 17:1 (January 2022). The authors are Wen Zhou and Al Lim, combined doctoral students at Yale School of the Environment and the Yale Department of Anthropology; YSE PhD student Kaggie Orrick; and Michael R. Dove, the Margaret K. Musser Professor of Social Ecology at YSE. The School of the Environment also highlighted their work in a recent news article.