Speakers 2016

Rudie de Wet
Botswana Game Ranchers Association The status of wildlife ranching in Botswana, the growth potential and if, and how, wildlife ranching
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Ross Hyland
University of Auckland How farming of endangered game and animals is sometimes the only way to avoid extinction of endangered
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Prof Wouter van Hoven
Chairman: 9th International Wildlife Ranching Symposium Welcome Address & Programme Director
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Prof Pieter Potgieter
South African Predator Association The controversy surrounding the conservation value of captive-bred lions
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Prof Melville Saayman
Tourism Research in Economic Environs and Society The role of tourism in the sustainable use of wildlife
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Pelham Jones
Private Rhino Owners Association The impact of poaching and role of private reserves in South African rhino conservation
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Nick la Grange
Zimbabwe Wildlife Association / African Wildlife Management & Conservation The Zimbabwe Wildlife Industry
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Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes
University of Oxford Rhinos: Economics, Trade and Politics
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Dr Willem Moore
Therapeutic Informatics The Sustainability of Wildlife Ranching in Southern Africa – a Business Ethics Perspective
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Dr Radim Kotrba
Institute of Animal Science, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague Game Ranching in the Czech Republic & Europe
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Dr Peter Oberem
Wildlife Ranching South Africa / Afrivet Game Ranching in South Africa: Its Contribution to the Economy, to Conservation and to
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Dr Morné de la Rey
Embryo Plus Assisted reproduction in wildlife with particular reference to rhino
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Dr Michael Knight
Chairman: IUCN SSC African Rhino Specialist Group Ensuring the future of rhinos
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Dr Lyle Renecker
Palace Hillside Farm Group Country Foods Development Initiative in the Arctic: A Resource Sustainability and Value-Added Processing Strategy for Aboriginal
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Dr Laurie Marker
Cheetah Conservation Fund Can cheetahs and wildlife ranchers ever live in co-existence?
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Dr Kevin Robertson
Southern African Wildlife College Hunting & Sustainable Utilization with the Association of Private Nature Reserves – The Facts!
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Dr John Hanks
Magdalene College, Cambridge Key issues to consider in deliberations on a legal trade in rhino horn.
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Dr Guy Preston
Executive Director: Exotic Wildlife Association, Texas Conservation through Commerce in the United States and the exotic industry’s economic impact on
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Dr Gert Dry
International Wildlife Ranching Symposium Sustainable use as a function of biodiversity and agricultural development: Exploring the impacts of dysfunctional international
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Dr Francis Vorhies
Earthmind Verifying conservation in wildlife ranches
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Dr Delwin Benson
Colorado State University Bison Management in the United States
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Dipati Benjamin Maenetja
Balepye Community Rhino ranching and wildlife for sustainable use and community empowerment
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Charly Seale
Executive Director: Exotic Wildlife Association, Texas Conservation through Commerce in the United States and the exotic industry’s economic impact on
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Adri Kitshoff-Botha
Wildlife Ranching South Africa How do government decisions influence rural communities?
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