Toward social sustainability in large carnivore management—background and importance of illegal killing

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    The national management of large mammalian carnivores is threatened by illegal killings occuring all over Finland. Population management of these species requires not only consideration of ecological sustainability but also consideration of societal sustainability.

    It is widely experienced among general public that the latter is deteriorated and this results in illegal killing of large carnivores. In this study, we examine illegal killings of large carnivores as a phenomenon; its backround and impact on management of large mammalian carnivores.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date01/12/201031/03/2013

    Research Output

    • 1 Commissioned report

    Suurpetopolitiikka kriisissä – salakaadot ja yhteisön tuki

    Pohja-Mykrä, M. K. & Kurki, S., 2013, 44 p. (Helsingin yliopiston Ruralia-instituutin raportteja; no. 98)

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

    Open Access