For the Snow Leopard Trust, wildlife conservation needs to have a clear human dimension. In a new article published by RoundGlass Sustain, Dr. Charu Mishra, the Snow Leopard Trust’s Acting Executive Director reminds us that the people who share the habitat of snow leopards and other endangered species can be a threat to these animals, but they are also our most important partners in protecting them. In the article he reviews Snow Leopard Trust community conservation approaches in what he calls a “rapidly changing world for snow leopards.” He highlights how new threats such as mining, climate change and development need new and equally human centered responses.
Read the article, “Protecting the Snow Leopard of Asia’s Mountains”, on RoundGlass Sustain.
Dr. Mishra’s work is supported by the Whitley Fund for Nature.