Publications

The wolves are back!

Local attitudes towards the recently re-populated grey wolf and wolf management in Bükk National Park, Hungary

Latest proof of successful professor-student publication collaborations at the department by associate professor Brandon P. Anthony and graduate of the 2016/17 1-year Masters Program in Environmental Sciences & Policy (MESP), Katalin Tarr.

Saving Asiatic black bears requires changing local beliefs

The Malayan sun bears and Asiatic black bears, or “moon bears,” found across much of South and Southeast Asia and the Himalayas experienced a dramatic decline in population in recent decades and are facing a variety of threats throughout their range. They are routinely seized from forests so as to harvest their bile, which traditional beliefs credit with magical curative powers.

Noemi Gonda, PhD graduate'16: Land grabbing and the making of an authoritarian populist regime in Hungary

The Hungarian case calls for scholarly-activist attention to how authoritarian populism is maintained by, and affects rural areas, as well as how emancipation can be envisaged in such a context.

Souran Chatterjee PhD graduate of 2018 publishes book chapter 'Co-benefits - the unrealised aspect of climate change policies'

Souran Chatterjee, PhD graduate of 2018 has just published a book chapter on his research, entitled 'Co-benefits - the unrealised aspect of climate change policies'.