Diogo Veríssimo
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Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, K Chan, P Christie, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
biological conservation 205, 93-108, 2017
Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, KMA Chan, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 56-66, 2017
Scientific evidence supports a ban on microbeads
CM Rochman, SM Kross, JB Armstrong, MT Bogan, ES Darling, SJ Green, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (18), 10759-10761, 2015
Toward a systematic approach for identifying conservation flagships
D Verissimo, DC MacMillan, RJ Smith
Conservation Letters, 2011
Let the locals lead
RJ Smith, D Veríssimo, N Leader-Williams, RM Cowling, AT Knight
Nature 462 (7271), 280-281, 2009
Identifying Cinderella species: uncovering mammals with conservation flagship appeal
RJ Smith, D Veríssimo, NJB Isaac, KE Jones
Conservation Letters 5 (3), 205-212, 2012
Birds as tourism flagship species: a case study of tropical islands
D Veríssimo, I Fraser, J Groombridge, R Bristol, DC MacMillan
Animal Conservation 12 (6), 549-558, 2009
Competitive outreach in the 21st century: Why we need conservation marketing
AJ Wright, D Veríssimo, K Pilfold, ECM Parsons, K Ventre, J Cousins, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 115, 41-48, 2015
Influencing human behaviour: an underutilised tool for biodiversity management
D Veríssimo
Conservation Evidence 10, 20-24, 2013
Anthropomorphized species as tools for conservation: utility beyond prosocial, intelligent and suffering species
M Root-Bernstein, L Douglas, A Smith, D Verissimo
Biodiversity and Conservation 22 (8), 1577-1589, 2013
Characterizing efforts to reduce consumer demand for wildlife products
D Veríssimo, AKY Wan
Conservation Biology 33 (3), 623-633, 2019
Understanding urban demand for wild meat in Vietnam: implications for conservation actions
R Shairp, D Veríssimo, I Fraser, D Challender, D MacMillan
PloS one 11 (1), e0134787, 2016
Heterogeneity in consumer preferences for orchids in international trade and the potential for the use of market research methods to study demand for wildlife
A Hinsley, D Verissimo, DL Roberts
Biological Conservation 190, 80-86, 2015
Increased conservation marketing effort has major fundraising benefits for even the least popular species
D Veríssimo, G Vaughan, M Ridout, C Waterman, D MacMillan, RJ Smith
Biological Conservation 211, 95-101, 2017
Illegal wildlife trade: Scale, processes, and governance
M ‘t Sas-Rolfes, DWS Challender, A Hinsley, D Veríssimo, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 44, 201-228, 2019
Using a systematic approach to select flagship species for bird conservation
D Veríssimo, T Pongiluppi, MCM Santos, PF Develey, I Fraser, RJ Smith, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (1), 269-277, 2014
Marketing and conservation: how to lose friends and influence people
RJ Smith, D Veríssimo, DC MacMillan
Trade‐Offs in Conservation, 215-232, 2010
Flagships or battleships: deconstructing the relationship between social conflict and conservation flagship species
LR Douglas, D Veríssimo
Environment and Society 4 (1), 98-116, 2013
To what extent is social marketing used in demand reduction campaigns for illegal wildlife products? Insights from elephant ivory and rhino horn
S Greenfield, D Veríssimo
Social Marketing Quarterly 25 (1), 40-54, 2019
Jaguar Panthera onca predation of marine turtles: conflict between flagship species in Tortuguero, Costa Rica
D Veríssimo, DA Jones, R Chaverri, SR Meyer
Oryx 46 (3), 340-347, 2012
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