An institute for understanding and improving livestock protection systems

March 2018

CDP News #17 - Winter 2018

  • THE “SAFE SHEEP” INITIATIVE IN LITHUANIA: Overview and first results
  • EU PLATFORM ON COEXISTENCE BETWEEN PEOPLE AND LARGE CARNIVORES Examining the potential to support coexistence through the Rural Development Programmes
  • FEDERAL FUNDING FOR LIVESTOCK PROTECTION measures in Switzerland
  • “I NO LONGER FEEL ALONE”: Introducing a decision modelling approach to addressing wolf conflicts in Italy
  • ARE INSTITUTIONAL INTERVENTIONS EFFECTIVE IN MITIGATING HUMAN-FELID CONFLICT? A case study in northern Costa Rica
  • PERFORMANCE OF TWO INSURANCE-BASED COMPENSATION SYSTEMS for wolf damages in Italy and Spain
  • FARMERS’ ACCEPTANCE OF WOLVES IN PORTUGAL: just a question of time?
  • BREEDING SOLUTIONS: Participatory meetings with livestock breeders in Iberia concerning coexistence with wolves

Download : CDPNews17-Winter2018.pdf

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    Who are we?

    L’IPRA (Institut pour la Promotion et la Recherche sur les Animaux de protection) a été créé en 1997 par Jean-Marc Landry, biologiste et éthologue, à la suite du retour du loup en Suisse et l’introduction des premiers chiens et ânes de protection.

    Son objectif ? Trouver des solutions adaptées pour permettre une cohabitation durable entre le pastoralisme et les carnivores.

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    Jean-Marc LANDRY
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    Jean-Luc BORELLI
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    1972 Anzère (Ayent), Valais

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    74300 La Frasse, Haute-Savoie

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