About Margaret Wangui Muriuki
I am an expert in tourism and environmental conservation, with a Masters in Wildlife Conservation. I am pursuing a Ph.D. in Environmental Management and Governance at the University of Nairobi. My current research project is on human-lion conflict. I believe that successful integration of conservation, tourism, and livestock keeping is only possible if each form of land use is given equal attention. Governance arrangements that are based on the local community are likely to be more fruitful in achieving win-win outcomes. I am a lecturer of sustainable tourism and environmental conservation at Karatina University. My greatest passion is to see sustainable development for economies that are based on natural resources. I mobilize people to invest and undertake activities that provide solutions to everyday challenges like energy-saving appliances while at the same time helping combat climate change and global warming in the long term.
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Hi Judith! What is your research area. This my guide the community in forwarding you some calls for PhD positions or research grants
You are welcome Margaret!!!
Am glad you found our community.
Mobilising people to invest and undertake activities that provide solutions to everyday challenges like energy-saving appliances is an interesting vision, I hope they are nature-based solutions.
It will be great if you find time at your convenience to share such solutions with us here as well.
Thank you, Cecilia, sure I would be glad to discuss my experiences