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Managing wild minds : From control by numbers to a multinatural approach in wild boar management in the Veluwe, the Netherlands
Boonman-Berson, Susan ; Driessen, Clemens ; Turnhout, Esther - \ 2019
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 44 (2019)1. - ISSN 0020-2754 - p. 2 - 15.
affective relations - human–wildlife relations - mindedness - Veluwe - wild boar - wildlife management

Current wildlife management practices rely largely on quantitative data to legitimise decisions, manage human–wildlife conflicts and control wildlife populations. This paper draws attention to the affective relationships between humans and animals inevitably formed in the practice of producing these data. Based on fieldwork that explores wild boar management in the Veluwe, the Netherlands, we demonstrate the significance of these affective encounters. Specifically, we develop an understanding of mindedness that draws on processes of affective learning in wildlife management practices. To understand this mindedness and how it emerges in wild boar management practices, we use the concepts of affect, attunement and animal subjectivities. First, we show how the numero-politics involved in wildlife management presumes animal minds to be static and generically defined by species, and their presence and behaviour to be context independent. Subsequently, we describe the entanglements of humans, wild animals and the landscape, aiming to produce an appreciation of the mutuality that is involved in knowing and conserving wildlife. This, we propose, helps to demonstrate how various – individual or collective – forms of human and non-human mindedness are implicated in management practices but remain invisible and underappreciated in formal accounts. We conclude by explicating a multinatural approach to the management of wildlife that explicitly builds on an acknowledgment of mindedness as a feature of individuals, collectives and landscapes.

True untargeted workflow for identification of antimicrobial compounds in animal feed using bioassay-directed screening in combination with liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry
Wegh, R.S. ; Berendsen, B.J.A. ; Driessen-van Lankveld, W.D.M. ; Pikkemaat, M.G. ; Zuidema, T. ; Ginkel, L.A. van - \ 2018
On the necessity of connectivity: linking key characteristics of environmental problems with governance modes
Ingold, Karin ; Driessen, P.P.J. ; Runhaar, Hens ; Widmer, Alexander - \ 2018
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (2018). - ISSN 0964-0568 - 25 p.
Environmental problems are often multi-faceted and complex by nature, consisting of diverse, intertwined dimensions. In this article, we argue that environmental problem characteristics have consequences for the selection of appropriate governance modes, and finally on policy effectiveness. We rely on an in-depth literature review to proceed in two steps. First, we outline three key environmental problem characteristics: uncertainties, cause–effect mismatches and norm plurality. We then outline six different governance modes capable of producing policies and solutions to tackle challenges arising from the three problem characteristics. Next, through empirical illustrations, we demonstrate the relevance of linking governance modes to these characteristics via the introduction and articulation of the concept of ‘connectivity’, i.e., linking actors, issues, sectors and scale levels towards realizing effective policy solutions for complex environmental problems.
Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (2018)
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Panel presentatiin : More-than-human geographies: legacies and futures – II
Pigs, Video Games & Slaughter Houses
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Wilde Experimente in den Oostvaardersplassen : Zur Neubestimmung des Umweltschutzes im Anthropozän
Lorimer, J. ; Driessen, C.P.G. - \ 2018
In: NaturenKulturen / Gesing, Frederike, Knecht, Michi, Flitner, Michael, Amelang, Katrin, transcript (Edition Kulturwissenschaft ) - ISBN 9783839440070 - p. 105 - 138.
Multispecies methods and encounters in the field, including the findings of a collective search for nonhuman life in the AAG convention center
Driessen, C.P.G. ; Srinivasan, K. - \ 2018
Anybody home? A modest proposal for complete mobility
Wagner, L.B. ; Driessen, C.P.G. - \ 2018
Actively awaiting ruins in the Netherlands. In session: Utility After Abandonment? : The New Ruin as Cultural Asset and Public Space
Pekaar, Renate ; Driessen, C.P.G. - \ 2018
Co-designing zoopolis: design-thinking with urban animals
Driessen, C.P.G. - \ 2018
Landscape as a trap: tracing duck decoys as multi-species living machines
Heijgen, E.J. van; Driessen, C.P.G. - \ 2018
Urban wildlife: practices of recognition
Kisora, Yulia ; Driessen, C.P.G. - \ 2018
Under conditions of rapid urbanization humans and non-humans are pushed together and a question of how to co-exist ‘less destructively and more ethically’ is widely felt to be an urgent one. Recent ethical and political thought about human-animal relations in urban spaces have been modelled on various conceptualizations of urban animals: as animal denizens, members of multispecies communities, or neighbours. We aim to elaborate on the discussion by presenting analysis of practices dealing with urban wildlife in Helsinki. We focus on two practices: pest control and wild animals ambulance. We will argue that the two cases expose a productive tension: while in pest control the concerns of public health and safety play the main role, wild animals ambulance ought to put well-being of individual animals first. By producing multispecies accounts of interactions, we endeavour to see how non-human agency and subjectivity can be/are informally and implicitly recognised and acknowledged.
Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (2018)
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Chairing a session at the AAG Conference: STS in the City (Again?)
The Future of Food?
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Jury member 'Future Food Design Awards'
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
PhD defence, opposition committee member
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (2018)
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
AAG Conference session: Multispecies methods and encounters in the field: Seeking nonhuman life in the AAG convention space
Key note: Animating the landscape: designing for and with animals
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
Deliberating with Crispr creatures: when bioethics becomes a matter of more-than-human/cultural geography
Driessen, Clemens - \ 2018
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