IUCN World Conservation Congress Session: The Importance of Nonhuman Cultures

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress took place in Marseille, France, 8 September, 2021. At the conference’s Flourishing Diversity pavilion, Arcus Foundation CEO Annette Lanjouw and Nature Conservation Foundation Research Associate Sahil Nijhawan facilitated a session highlighting the importance of studying and understanding the learned behaviors of nonhuman animals—particularly those at risk of extinction, such as great and small apes—as a way to improve their chances of survival.

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