Sessions

Proposed Session 1. Responses of terrestrial mammals to climate change
Proposed Session 3. Large-scale ecological and zoological assessments of protected area adequacy
Proposed Session 6. Harnessing the value of wildness in the Anthropocene
Proposed Session 7. Plant-animal interactions and coevolution
Proposed Session 8. African Wolf conservation
Proposed Session 9. Conservation of birds
Proposed Session 10. Terrestrial animal invasions
Proposed Session 11. The importance of ecological connectivity for biodiversity conservation
Proposed Session 12. Fertility control of rodent pests for better agriculture, ecosystem and human health
Proposed Session 13. Understanding the roles of global environmental change, anthropogenic pressures and taxonomic accuracy in the persistence or extinction of species: A conservation perspective
Proposed Session 14. Morality, its origin and its implications. How this is relevant for biologists
Proposed Session 15. Animals in a warming world: physiological and behavioural approaches to modelling responses to climate change
Proposed Session 16. Developmental Biology of Marine Species – A Genomics Perspective
Proposed Session 17. Identity, ethics and volunteerism in conservation
Proposed Session 18. Wildlife on edge: coexistence and conflict between people and wildlife in Cape Town
Proposed Session 19. Modelling and interpretation of remotely sensed animal movements in the context of climate change
Proposed Session 21. In search for general laws in organising living systems
Proposed Session 22. Environmental toxicology and the Anthropocene
Proposed Session 23. Bird conservation in a changing world
Proposed Session 24. Modelling and interpretation of remotely sensed animal movements in the context of climate change
Proposed Session 25. Wild Animals and Human Beings: Conflicts, Coadaptation and Coevolution
Proposed Session 26. Climate Change Education Across the Curriculum Across the Globe
Proposed Session 27. How NGO’s collaborations can tackle the global issues? Part I
Proposed Session 28. How NGO’s collaborations can tackle the global issues, Part II
Proposed Session 29. New Trends in Zoological Science – Evolution and diversity in vertebrate development, reproduction and wild populations