The Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration will soon be known as the Center for Conservation Peacebuilding (CPeace). Please stay tuned for our new and improved website!
What We Do
HWCC leads and empowers conservation conflict transformation efforts around the world and at different scales of conflict.
The Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration:
- Builds capacity to transform entrenched conflict among NGOs, governments, communities, industry and other stakeholders.
- Designs and facilitates conflict interventions that move parties from intractable conflict to sustainable, positive, collaborative change
- Analyzes and transforms the root causes of systemic and structural social conflict that undermine the broader mission of conservation and coexistence.
We have demonstrated the success and impact of our approach from Arizona to Zambia, from wolves to sharks, and on issues ranging from urban human-wildlife conflict of mountain lions to wildlife trafficking of elephants for ivory.
If you are interested engaging HWCC in your efforts, please contact us.
“HWCC truly has the power to be revolutionary. The paradigm shift HWCC is leading will undoubtedly change conservation for the better. Thank you!” – Kelly Stoner, Yale University, Botswana Predator Conservation Trust and Fulbright Fellow