Resources from Wildlife For All:
Day 1 Presentations
- Overview of State Wildlife Governance Today--Kevin Bixby
- Building Alliances
- The Public Trust Doctrine
- Report from the States
Keynote: Mike Phillips
Day 2 Presentations
- Treves A, Chapron G, López-Bao JV, Shoemaker C, Goeckner A, Bruskotter JT. 2017. Predators and the public trust. Biological Reviews 92:248-270. Especially p. 1–12 in the pdf (but stop before section IV) and supporting information 1.
- Blumm MC, Wood MC. 2017. “No Ordinary Lawsuit”: Climate Change, Due Process, and the Public Trust Doctrine. American University Law Review 67:1-83. Especially p. 17–24 and 62-end.
- Nie M, Barns C, Haber J, Joly J, Pitt K, Zellmer S. 2017. Fish and wildlife management on federal lands: Debunking state supremacy. Environmental Law 47:797-932.
- López-Bao JV, Chapron G, Treves A. 2017. The Achilles heel of participatory conservation. Biological Conservation 212:139–143.
- Clark SG, Milloy C. 2014. The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation: An Analysis of Challenges and Adaptive Options. Pages 289-324 in Clark SG, and Rutherford MB, editors. Large Carnivore Conservation: Integrating Science and Policy in the North American West. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
- Wood MC. 2014. Tribal trustees in climate crisis American Indian Law Journal 2:518-546. Especially pages before Section V.Decker, D. et al. 2016. Governance Principles for Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century. Conservation Letters 9(4), 290-295.
- Mechanisms for State-Level Wildlife Funding. McKinney, C. et al. Investing in Wildlife: State Wildlife Funding Campaigns. School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. April 2005.
- Kyle A Artelle, John D Reynolds, Adrian Treves, Jessica C Walsh, Paul C Paquet, Chris T Darimont. 2018.Hallmarks of Science Missing from North American Wildlife Management. Science Advances.