Yeshey Yeshey

Yeshey Yeshey is a PhD Candidate at the School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences. Her background is in Natural Resources Management (NRM) with particular emphasis on rural development. Yeshey Yeshey’s PhD work focuses on understanding the conflict between human and wildlife in Bhutan. She is interested in investigating the social, economic and environmental dimensions of human-wildlife conflict, which will be examined in relation to geography, environment, livelihood types, HWC management practices, land tenure, and people’s core value and attitudes about wildlife. The research aims to identify the key factors of the conflict.

Supervisors: A/P Dr. Craig Nitschke, Prof. Rodney Keenan and Dr. Rebecca Ford

Contact: yyeshey [at] student.unimelb.edu.au

Yeshey Yeshey

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and pay respects to elders – past, present and emerging. We aim to work together with Traditional Custodians to develop solutions to environmental problems in genuine partnership, respecting and appreciating their knowledge, culture, history and world views.