Citation: Glikman JA, Frank B, Bogardus M, Meysohn S, Sandström C, Zimmermann A and Madden F (2022) Evolving Our Understanding and Practice in Addressing Social Conflict and Stakeholder Engagement Around Conservation Translocations. Front. Conserv. Sci. 3:783709. doi: 10.3389/fcosc.2022.783709

Gross E, Jayasinghe N., Brooks A., Polet G., Wadhwa R. and Hilderink-Koopmans F. (2021) A Future for All: The Need for Human-Wildlife Coexistence. (WWF, Gland, Switzerland).

Francine Madden, Center for Conservation Peacebuilding (CPeace) | Lisa Marie Avendano, Houston Zoo | Karl Campbell, Island Conservation | Murthy Kantimahanti, Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society | Keri Parker, Save Pangolins | Taylor Rhoades, Houston Zoo | Paula Swedeen, Conservation Northwest | Rodrigo Villalobos, Andean Cat Alliance. Conservation Conflict Transformation. White paper, March 2021.

Madden, F., and B. McQuinn. 2017. Conservation Conflict Transformation: Addressing the Missing Link in Wildlife Conservation. in C. M. Hill, A. D. Webber, and N. E. C. Priston, editors. Understanding Conflicts about Wildlife: A Biosocial Approach. Berghahn Books, New York.

Madden, F., and B. McQuinn. 2015. Conservation conflict transformation: the missing link in conservation. in S. Redpath, R. J. Gutierrez, K. A. Wood, and J. C. Young, editors. Conflicts in Conservation: Navigating towards solutions. Cambridge University Press, UK.

Draheim, M. and Madden, F. eds. 2015. Human-Wildlife Conflict: Complexity in the Marine Environment. Oxford University Press, UK.

Madden, F. 2015. People and Wolves in Washington: Stakeholder Conflict Assessment and Recommendations for Conflict Transformation. For the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Campbell, K., Beek, J., Eason, C., Glen, A., Godwin, J., Gould, F., Holmes, N., Howald, G., Madden, F., Ponder, J., Threadgill, D., Wegmann, A., and Baxter, G. 2015. The next generation of rodent eradications: Innovative technologies and tools to improve species specificity and increase their feasibility on islands. Biological Conservation. 185: 47-58.

Madden, F., and B. McQuinn. 2014. Conservation’s blind spot: The case for conflict transformation in wildlife conservation. Biological Conservation. 178:97-106.

Madden, F. 2008. The Growing Conflict Between Humans and Wildlife: Law and Policy as Contributing and Mitigating FactorsJournal of International Wildlife Law & Policy. 11:2-3, 189-206.

Nyhus, P., Fischer, H., Madden, F., Osofsky, S. 2006. Taking the Bite out of Wildlife Damage The Challenges of Wildlife Compensation Schemes. Conservation in Practice. 4: 37 – 43. 10: 1111

Madden, F. 2004. Creating coexistence between humans and wildlife: global perspectives on local efforts to address human–wildlife conflict. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 9: 247-257.


Reid, R. and Madden, F. 2016. Conflict and Collaboration in Conservation: Two perspectives for addressing today’s conservation challenges. Interactions of Society and the Environment Seminar Series. (Note that Francine Madden’s talk begins just after minute 33.)

Articles Featuring CPeace

Nelson, Amy. 2020. Biohabitats Newsletter “Leaf Litter.” SPRING EQUINOX 2020

Calfas, J. 2019. Wolf Resurgence in Washington State Tests Limits of Civility. Wall Street Journal.

Nark, J. 2018. When Wolves Made a Resurgence, Her Job Was to Make Peace Between Ranchers and Conservationists. Washington Post Magazine.

Weise, K. 2016. Delicate Dances with Those Who Save Wolves. Bloomberg Businessweek.

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