Kate Stevenson: Orang-utan

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Stakeholder 1 - Loggers
Loggers will want to continue logging the forests - Satellite studies show that some 56 per cent (more than 29,000 km2) of protected lowland forests in Kalimantan were cut down between 1985 and 2001. (World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
If consumers start to demand orang-utan friendly products - timber companies will be sell this lumber for a higher price and increase their revenues if the certified wood is designated as such.
Primate Factsheet link - University of Wisconsin
(Cawthon Lang, 2005)
Stakeholders 2 - Farmers
Palm oil farmers will want to continue to regard the orang-utan as a pest and want to continue to logging
Revoke the licences of farmers who do not carry out orang-utan friendly practises.
Primate Factsheet link - University of Wisconsin
(Cawthon Lang, 2005)
Stakeholders 3 - Custodians
Forest dwellers will want to continue to cut down/burn forests to grow crops to feed their families
Orang-utan protection units together with education programs could be potential income earning opportunities for local people as well as create a sense of pride

Provide alternative income opportunities in buffer areas surrounding national parks and preserves to would alleviate some pressure on the natural resources within parks.

Primate Factsheet link - University of Wisconsin
(Cawthon Lang, 2005)

You need to copy the exemplar above and enter information on your endangered animal. You need to consider
  • who your stakeholders are
  • why they might disapprove of your solution
  • ideas on how these issues maybe overcome

Lachlan A
Miss Stevenson: ???? check out my exemplar and the blue points at the top of the page for guidance


Alex A


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Stakeholders 1-
Local Residents
The local residents may not want to waste there time patroling ghost bat areas
Give however volunteers a good pay to encourage more people to become rangers for ghost bat area's
ICUN
(ICUN 2009)
Stakeholders 2-
Tourists/Other People
They may get frightened if they see one and since bats have ben given a bad name by movies and vampire tales may hurt the bat or scare it from its roosting cave in "defence".
Tourists need to be educated on the ghost bat breifly before coming near ghost bat area's
Animals Unite Webpage
(2002 - Cannelton Elementary Media Club)
Stake holder 3-
Australian Government
May not think that it is a worthy cause to invest money in
Need to be convined by public and told that Australai already has a high amount of native animals lost and would be a trajedy for our nation and the ecosystem if any more became extinct
Australian Government
(Australian Government 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Great work Alex!

James B

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Stakeholders 1- local residents
The local residents may not wats another job patroling the forests



Stakeholders 2- Tourists/other people
The loggers, coal producers and many other will want to keep on logging



Stake holder 3- Australian government
The government will not knowthe importance of the sloth to our ecosystem ad wont want to contribute money to the fund.
Educate the goverment on the importance of th Maned Three Toed Sloth.



Miss Stevenson: Great start James - you need to FIRE UP THE SPELL CHECKER and complete the table by doing some research.
Murray B
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Stakeholders 1:

Tortoiseshell Trade
Historical tortoiseshell trade statistics are key to understanding the enormous and enduring effect that trade has had on Hawksbill populations around the world. Within the last 100 years, millions of Hawksbills have been killed for the tortoiseshell markets of Europe, the United States and Asia. The global plight of the Hawksbill in the latter half of the 20th Century has been recognized by the inclusion of the species in the most threatened category of IUCN’s Red List since 1968.
Stop people from killing the turtle for the shell and then trading it for money.
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/8005/0
IUCN
Stakeholders 2:

Commercial Fishers

Because of human fishing practices Hawksbill turtle populations are threatened with extinction. The world conversation union classifies the Hawksbill as critically endangered. Several countries, suchas China and Japan, hunt them for their flesh, which they consider a delacisy.
There should be permits/licences and if they keep killing them they will taken of them and they will also be fined
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/8005/0
IUCN
Stakeholders 3:

Slaughter for Meat.
Adult and juvenile Hawksbills are still killed for meat in many areas. In some places the meat is used by fishermen as shark bait. Fishermen who target lobster and reef fish will commonly take whatever hawksbills they encounte
Get people to stop killing the turtle for the meat or get fined.
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/8005/0
IUCN

Miss Stevenson: Great start Murray - you just need to complete your table
Alexander B
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Stakeholder 1:
US Government
The heads of the environmental department of the US Government may not be persuaded by why the red wolves must be saved. They may believe that if just one species of wolf dies, that it wont matter.
Keep pursuading the government to stop any logging or building happening in the wolves habitat.
http://www.usa.gov/Citizen
(US Government 2010)
Stakeholder 2:
Loggers
If fines are introduced and work starts to stop, loggers will lose loads of money which they need for their families and also the risk of losing their jobs.
Introduce a red wolf friendly label on products, which can help benifit the loggers as timber companies can sell the wood for higher prices which can be used to pay of the loggers.
http://www.defenders.org
(Defenders of wildlife 2010)
Stakeholder 3: Workers/Builders
If there are bands on building any kind of infanstructure then these men would not be earning any money therefore making it harder to feed their families.
Get the workers set on other projects that could be used to help the red wolf for example, building a national park.
http://npca.org
(NPCA 2009)

Miss Stevenson: Great work Alex!

Andrew B
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Stakeholder 1 – Disease
Miss Stevenson: Disease is not a stakeholder- stakeholders are individuals or groups that would be impacted by your solution
The cattle disease haemorrhagic septicaemia, contributed to the deaths of several animals in Sri Lanka. Stakeholders believe in which the fact of the lost of many animals it has costed a large amount of work to cure this outrageous disease. (World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
The scientists need to improve their studies on this disease as it still causes the deaths of animals. More research could prove the difference and saves lives.
Red List - Asian Elephant

WWF - Asian Elephant


Nat Geo - Asian Elephant
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Stakeholders 2 – Lost of Habitat

The stakeholder here would be loggers
With the destruction of their native forests, Loggers will still want to continue logging the forests as it is their job, but with the conclusion that they won’t stop logging it will ofcourse make the species closer to endangerment. It is now proven that the area, of which these species are located in, is now dropped by a large percentage in which the destruction of habitats will dramatically affect the Asian Elephant population. (World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Revoke the licences of farmers plus loggers who do not carry out the Asian Elephant friendly practises.
Red List - Asian Elephant

WWF - Asian Elephant


Nat Geo - Asian Elephant


(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)

Stakeholders 3 – Hunting (Poaching)

The stakeholder here would be poachers

The poachers would be loosing a lot of money from not being able to poach the Asian Elephant as it offers the magnificent ivory tusk and the Elephant foot is used to make foot stools… (World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
The poachers should not even be poaching as it devastates the economy plus the deaths of innocent animals. Some protection agencies are catching these poachers and issuing fines but many still wander in the outside world. As well as fines are made laws have been put in place to stop the dreadful deaths of the Asian Elephant species.
Red List - Asian Elephant

WWF - Asian Elephant


Nat Geo - Asian Elephant


(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)

Miss Stevenson: Good start Andrew - you need to change your first entry - see my comments about what a stakeholder is ... keep going - almost there!

George C

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Stakeholder 1 Tourists
Tourists may not be happy because if you put fences next to the roads it will destroy the view.
However I think killing a cassowary is nothing compared to the view.
Tourism QLD
Tourism QLD,2010
Stakeholders 2
Loggers
Loggers need to log to put food on the table for their family.
We could let them log but in logging farms not the forest.


Stakeholders 3
National Park Rangers

They might complain about having to go learn how to run breeding programs.
They could be paid more if they take the course.


Miss Stevenson: Good start George - avoid using first person - this means no "I" or "we" - you need to write as fact - you might want to tighten up the language you are using but a good place to start - you could expand each of your answers with deeper research.

Jack C


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Stakeholder 1 -Fishermen
Fishing trawlers use certain nets to catch large fish and unfortuantly these are the nets that dugongs can get caught in and the fishing vessels need these nets to catch there fish and are not just going to stop using them.
In some areas fishing nets ca nbe restricted in order to establish protected areas for the dugong to reproduce and form a healthy habitat.
Marine facts
Dugongs - Reef

(Sozzani 1999-2010 Dugong danger)
(Reef ed Australian government)
Stakeh​olders 2 -
Boat owners
Boat owners may not be happy with having to 'go slow' in so many areas and it has been proven that the amount of boat owners who 'go slow' in the protected areas in comparison to the boat owners who don't 'go slow' is a 50% difference.
In some areas the 'go slow' zone could be avoided and alternative boat routes could be made also Queensland marine parks cuold create new protected zone by moving the dugongs habitats away from channels and marine craft 'highways'.
Australian Gov Boating
(Australian governemt, 2003 June, July, August Great barrior Reef)
Stakeholders 3 -
Poaching - Aboriginal natives
Poachers hunt and kill dugongs to sell there meat, bones, teeth and also they make oils from them to put in certain chinese medicines which traditional chinese chemist owners use and then sell. Also Aboriginal Australains hunt and kill the dugongs and eat them as a traditional food for them.
The government can componsate the traditional chinese chemist and give money to universities to study this medicine and try find an alternative source that dosen't use dugongs. Also the government could enforce a law to the Aboriginal Australians which only allows they to hunt a dugong at a traditional or native festival / gathering.
Dugong facts
Dugong - products

(Marine Parks WA N/D)
(Marine Bio 1998-2010)
Miss Stevenson: Great work Jack!

Jordan C
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Stakeholder 1 - Loggers
Logging in Russia is a large problem for the Siberian Tigers habitat. Russia's far east population has expanded drastically and so therefore they are cutting down trees to expand and to sell as fire wood in the winter and to make into timber for houses. The government has put up laws against illegal logging. The loggers howeve will want to continue for they will be lft unemployed.
The government should grant logging access to places away from South-East Russia like to the west, awa from the Siberian Tiger natural habitat, for the South-east regions of Russia is were mot of the Sierian Tigers live.
http://www.whrc.org/russia/our_work/past_projects/logging_fire_data.htm

Stakeholders 2 - Poachers
Poachers, hunt and kill the Siberian Tiger to take it back to asian countrys, such as China, to sell. Traditional chinese chemists then make traditional chinese mdicine out of the Tigers limbs. If the russian government makes penalties very steep, poacher might stop hunting the Siberian Tiger in fear of getting fined.
The government can then componsate the Chinese chemist and the people by giveing money to reaseach labs or universities to study this Traditiona medicine and find another one that has the same functions but does not include risking the Siberian Tigers. Patrols can also be put in the area to make sure there are no illegal poachings.
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/siberian-tiger/

Stakeholders 3 - Residents
If patrols are ut into the area, the Siberian Tigers natural habitat, then the residents might feel a snse of invasion of privacy.
Inform the residents of the plan to help save the Siberian tiger by puting patrol in the area. If they beleive that it is an invaion of privacy then the organzation can offer the job to the residents, which will be easier for workers for they can help the Siberian tiger in other ways and the residents don't have to travel far to earn extra money.



Miss Stevenson: Good Jordan - please put in your in-text references

Euan C
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Stakeholders 1-
Local Residents
Some local people need the bountiful meat, that an rhino has, to survive long famines that we often hear about on the news or from other sources, so they will hunt the rhinos for their meat. The people may want to have the more nutritious meat but they should be educated that the rhino is in danger of dying out and we need to protect it.
The 2 best ways to overcome this problem is to find an alternative food source from the savanna, for the local people, or have rich western countries help to buy the cheap food that these people need to survive.
International Rhino Foundation

World Wildlife Fund
(International Rhino Foundation, 2007)

(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Stakeholders 2-
Poachers
Poachers will not be pleased if the rhino is protected, however these people are not starving or even need the money. Also there are laws set in place that say no poaching and so the poachers should not even get an argument.
The poachers should not get an deal or compensation for losing their illegal goods.Miss Stevenson: do you think that poachers should be compensated for doing something illegal?
United Nations
(United Nations, ???)
Stake holder 3-
Medicine Uses
The horns of the rhinos are thought to be a very useful medicine, even-though there is no proof that this actually works. This is probably based more on Asian tradition than anything else.
The physicians that use the horn should be convinced that there are better medicines then that of a rhino horn and so this will impact on the poaching industry too. I believe this is possibly the best solution to the falling numbers of the white rhino. It will cost very little money and will destroy the biggest killer of the rhinos: Poaching.
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Miss Stevenson: Great work Euan - see my comments above
Ian D

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Stakeholder 1 -
Poachers
Poachers use the fur of the snow leopard on the illegal black market, as their way of making money.
Laws should be made to fine and or send the violators to prison. Any poachers who are caught on site should immediately be put in prison.
http://www.snowleopard.org/external_files/media/Snow-Leopard-Fact-Sheet.pdf

Stakeholders 2 - Farmers
Livestock farmers will want to continue to regard the snow leopard as a pest and want to continue to logging. The snow leopard eats the farmers
The Government of whichever country the violator is situated, should have his land taken from him, and to be set up in another area,Miss Stevenson: Is there a way to placate farmers? Could they be provided with some type of compensation for protecting the leopard?
http://www.
snowleopard
.org/external
_files/media/
Snow-Leopard-
Fact-Sheet.pdf

Stakeholders 3 - Custodians
People who live on the edge or in the mountains will continue to expand their land for a more affective income.
The people who live there should be offered to become rangers to make sure the same thing does not occure again. If not, they should be subject to a number of fines.Miss Stevenson: This is not going to get them on side... I agree with the first part of your sentence about becoming rangers - but you need to give them incentive to this .... fines are not going to get the custodians on your side
http://www.
snowleopard
conservancy.
org/edu3.htm

Miss Stevenson: Good start Ian - you need to pop in your APA references - I put some enters in your weblinks so that your table wasn't so long and I could read it easily. Please refer to the points I have put in above.

Nikhil D
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Stakeholder 1 - Loggers
Loggers will want to continue logging the forest. According to the Forest Survey of India (2003 State of Forests Report), India had a loss of three million hectares of “dense forests” due to several causes, especially logging. Most of these forests were meant to be protected under law however this did not stop the logging. This industry provides a source of income to loggers and is an easy occupation with not many skills needed.
Conservation organisations/ groups and consumers need to pressure local and state governments to halt illegal logging of protected areas. Lumber companies and consumers should refuse wood from logging companies which do not comply with regulations or harm the Bengal Tiger or any other native animal. This is indirectly force them to change their practise of logging. Loggers could log designated areas of trees, provided by governments, so that the whole industry doesn’t collapse.
World Rainforest Movement
(WRM's bulletin, 2005)
Stakeholders 2 -
Traditional (esp.Chinese) Medicine Users
In several traditional medicine practises (especially Chinese) the Bengal Tiger’s body parts are essential for some of the users. These traditions have been established from a long time ago, but it was the main reason for decline between the 19th and 20th century. It has estimated that one tiger a day is killed for traditional medical uses.
Traditional medicine users should be introduced and educated about modern medical medicines and are to be preached about the risk they are emitting on the survival of the Bengal Tiger. If so, third parties like the government or universities could find another product which could substitute the Bengal Tiger’s role in medical use.
Animal of the Day

Tripod - Bengal Tigers

(Andreas Honer, 2005)

(Tripod, 2008)
Stakeholders 3 - Custodians
The local villagers living next to National Parks and Reserves will disagree with the proposed solution because some may need to relocate due to their illegal intrusions on the Reserves/Parks. Also, they would want to cut down the wood of the forest to provide resources like wood for fires and provide food for their families.
Bengal Tiger protection organisations could provide occupational opportunities to locals to give them a source of income. Relocating locals will be compensated by governments with a suitable amount. Also, organisations/ governments could also find alternate occupations outside National Parks and Reserves to make sure that no intrusion or strain on resources is made on the forest.
Bioscience- Bengal Tiger
(American Institute of Biological Science, 2010)
Miss Stevenson: Excellent work Nikhil!
Elon F

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Stakeholder 1 - Locals (Villagers,Farmers)
Due to past experiences, villagers do not like the company of elephants as they have been intimidating villagers during breeding season. If the numbers increase, they might be in risk of losing their homes and therefore will do anything it takes to disapprove of this act.
Building facilities such as rehabilitation centres will only be located in remote areas, away from the villages. However, wild elephants will still be out and about. If villagers do lose their homes due to aggressive behaviour, they should be compensated and moved to a different area. However, compensation would be quite substantial because villagers may be reluctant to move from where they knew was home for many years. This can be solved by increased governement income due to eco-tourism and the more number of elephants there are, the better it is for tourism. Fund can then be transferred to compensation for locals. (Bagheera, 2007)

Similarly for farmers, compensation will be put into place for loss of crops and land due to construction or aggressive behaviour.
Bagherra - African Elephants
(Bagheera, 2007)
Stakeholders 2 - African government
The African government may disagree with this act because of the substantial funds required. This includes building facilities for the elephants and the compensations for certain people or groups.
Although fund may seem like a problem for a country like Africa, the wildlife in this country is amazing. Animals like the lion, tiger and elephant are all unique for certain tourists. This drives the tourism in this country to an extent where money is not a problem. Eco-tourism is the name for this idea and it basically means what it is called, earning money through tourism. If this method is applied, funds should be easily obtainable and problems with money will soon disappear. The foundation of this idea is already being used and Kenya has already earned $50 million due to tourism to see the elephant. More advertisement can strengthen this to an incredible amount of funds, plenty to save the elephants and please the stakeholders.
Bagheera - African Elephants
(Bagheera, 2007)
Stakeholders 3 - Ivory poachers
Ivory poachers will be reluctant to stop hunting for ivory. This is because their job will be lost and they will not have an income to feed their families.
Although they are losing their jobs, poaching is an illegal activity and therefore, no compensation is guarenteed. However, we could offer them some other jobs that have a decent wage to make sure they don't secretly attempt to poach. Also, some may try to create fake permits in order to continue poaching. If someone is caught doing this, extremely harsh consequences will be enforced.
Bagheera - African Elephants
(Bagheera, 2007)

Miss Stevenson: Excellent Elon!

Sagnik G


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Stakeholder 1 - Farmers
The farmers would want to continue to breed cattle and grow crops in the area because the only way for them to make money is to sell meat and crops.
The farmers could be paid compensation for the lost cattle and if they were caught killing or reported killing Amur Leopards then they should be fined severely.
Wikipedia- Amur Leopard
Wikipedia (2010)
Stakeholders 2 - Custodians
The people want to burn down the forest to grow ferns which are a very popular ingredient in Russian and Chinese foods.
The government allocates a specific amount of land to the people and then makes them use the allocated land to grow ferns instead of just clearing the forest randomly.


Stakeholders 3 - Government
The Government would want to continue with the pipeline project because it will benefit the country’s economy greatly.
The pipeline could take a detour around the forest reserve and the oil processing terminal moved further north up the coast.


Miss Stevenson: Good start Sagnik!

Vinay H
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Miss Stevenson: ???? check out my exemplar and the blue points at the top of the page for guidance

Dugald H



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Stakeholder 1- Tax payers
Would not like it because they would not like there money being spent on a animal that no-one ever sees. Money would be better spent on roads, housing or education
That the tax payers money is not spent on the Bilby instead fundraisers are held to raise money for Bilby protection
Aus. Government
(Australian Government,2008)
Stakeholder 2- Farmers
Would not like being relocated to different areas which might not have as good soil for growing crops or grazing cattle
Let the farmers choose the area where they are being re-located or could be given money from the government instead of land
Biodiversity- Bilby
(Australian Government,2010)
Stakeholder 3- Home builders
Would not like being forced to not build home near areas where the Bilbies habitat is.
Government would give compensation in either different land somewhere else or money for the land the government is taking.
ICUN red list- Bilby
(ICUN red list, 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Good work Dugald - if you would like to expand your answer please read some the exemplars from Nikhil and Elon for further ideas of the depth of research you could undertake.
Hari I

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Stakeholder 1- Poachers
Research from India and Nepal shows that illegal trade entering the country from Africa has increased from 2000. The worst offending countries is Zimbabwe and Republic of Congo. In the 1990’s the price of selling two rhino horns on the black market equalled an amount of $50’000 (Bagheera. (n.d.). To make a living, what other way but to shoot down a visible animal which is equivalent to $50’000.
The governments of Africa, especially Zimbabwe and Congo, could replace the job of the rhino poachers to a more abundant animal such as a rhino. This will be easier for the poachers because the animal can be found easier, since they roam in packs.
Wildlife Extra
(Extra, 2008)
Stakeholder 2- Traditional Chinese Medicine
The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) says that when adding ground rhino horn with boiling water, then diseases such as headaches, fevers and food poisoning can be cured.
Science has shown that fevers can be cured in rats when the rhino horn is used in large doses. The same materials which make up a rhino horn can also be found in buffalo horn.
PBS
(THIRTEEN, 2010)






Miss Stevenson: ???? check out my exemplar and the blue points at the top of the page for guidance

Evan J
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Stakeholder 1- Loggers
Logging is a big problem for the Siberian tiger as 95% of the Siberian tigers habitat has been destroyed. They may disapprove as because logging is the only job they may have, as there might be job shortages. Also where the Siberian tiger lives the logs that they live in might cost more than other logs.
The Loggers can log some where else other than the Siberian habitat as most of the Siberian Tigers Habitat is gone. Only in the West as the Siberian tiger lives around in the south-east of Russia. The government must grand permits because as can be seen in the past the loggers can go crazy and cut down 95% of the forest until it is to late!
Siberian Tiger Facts
(YPTFTE,2006)
Stakeholders 2 - Residents
The residents may disapprove as the fencing round the Siberian tigers habitat looks bad and the people protecting may cause privacy problems.
The residents can be educated for free and can be paid money to protect the habitat of the Siberian Tiger. The town may also receive benefits from the government eg food and fresh water.

Siberian Tiger Facts

(YPTFTE,2006)
Stakeholders 3 - Poachers
Poaching is also another big problem in Russia as the the Siberian tigers body parts are used for furniture,luck charms and medicine. All of them would disapprove as this may be the only way they make money.
Poachers (if caught) should be fined and told about the rules. If this problem still keeps going on and on. The people should have jail time. Poaching of the Siberian Tiger should never happen.

Siberian Tiger Facts

(YPTFTE,2006)
Miss Stevenson: Good start Evan - you need to complete the table (which I fixed up for you!)
Josh K


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Stakeholder 1
Loggers: Solution will make it harder for them to log and therefore earn money.
Loggers could work at ranches setting up fences earning them income as well as protecting ranchers cattle
http://www.panda.org/es/acerca/donde_trabajamos/paises/venezuela/index.cfm?uProjectID=VE0854

Stakeholder 2
Hunters: People who hunt the Jaguar in their habitat as well as the surrounding areas will have a problem with the Jaguar being outlawed for shooting purposes
-Hunters could work at ranches which would give them money as well as maybe food that they could use to feed their families
-Educate the ranchers using their Jaguar knowledge to improve the natural habitat of the Jaguar which could improve the Jaguar food source population and take the need to attack the Rancher's stock away.
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/15953/0

Stakeholder 3
Cattle Farmers: Increased Jaguar population could mean a higher chance of Jaguars attacking cattle and livestock
If greater protection given to the cattle as well as revised paddock areas could stop the Jaguar from attacking the cattle
Pay Cattle Farmers a subsidy to improve Jaguars nearby natural habitat
http://www.panda.org/es/acerca/donde_trabajamos/paises/venezuela/index.cfm?uProjectID=VE0854

Miss Stevenson: Good work Josh!

Shalutha K
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Stakeholder 1 - Hunters
- Hunting might be one of their sources of income

- They hunt other animals (not Lynx) as a hobby and will not want to quit their hobby.

- Might say that they can, and will, not accidentally trap any more lynx in their rabbit traps, even though traps and snares are the cause of over 58% of lynx deaths (Temminck, 1827)

- Can be offered jobs, such as delivering the rabbits to the lynx habitat, or patrolling the habitat looking for unauthorized activity, such as houses being built on that land.

- To make a entirely new trap to only trap rabbits will take a lot if time and more importantly money. These hunters hunt for a living, for money, so if they stop hunting, to make the new traps, they will run out of money, and therefore will be unable to build the traps.


Miss Stevenson: Great ideas here!
Survey and Conservation Plan
(Temminck, 1827)
Stakeholders 2 - Local Residents/Forest Custodians
- They might not want to breed rabbits in their villages, saying that it might be too much work, or that the releasing process into the Lynx' habitat might be dangerous for them (in case the lynx' attack them)

- Might also not want to have anything to do with the lynx, saying that it might kill their sheep/cattle, because large predators, such as the lynx, are often to blame for loss of livestock.

-In 1997 large predators, such as the lynx, cost the spanish gorvenment nearly 245,000 euros in damage, which equals around US$345,000. (World Wildlife Fund, 2007)

- Could be offered alternate breeding places (the houses that were illegally build in the lynx' habitat)

- Government could send people to the breeding houses to collect the rabbits and release them so that the locals remain safe.


Miss Stevenson: Not sure how practical these ideas are?
Wildlife Conservation
(World Wildlife Fund, 2007)
Stakeholders 3 - People Looking for Housing Land/People that already have cleared the land and has built houses in it.
- People that have already settled in to their houses might not want to move saying that they have spent a huge amount of money and time on their houses and have settled in well . A average house takes two to three years to build, as shown by the "Tampa Bay Online" website.

- Others might want to start building houses in the lynx' area saying that they cannot find any other appropriate places. A study of the housing conditions in Portugal shows that during the time span of 1991-2001, the growth of housing in Portugal is over double that of Spain and France, and nearly triple that of Italy. (Rodrigues, 2002)
- The people that have already settled in will be given money equal to 9/10 of their house price and also will be given temporary accommodation to live in until they can find a place of their own.

- The houses can then be used as breeding places for the rabbits, breeding places for the lynx or the materials used could be used in a way to help the lynx.
Miss Stevenson: Not sure how practical these ideas are?
Portuguese Housing Conditions
(Rodrigues, 2002)
Miss Stevenson: Good start Shalutha - I think you are on the right track with your comments about Hunters - but not sure about the other two stakeholders - see my comments above.
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Tallon K
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Stakeholder 1: Farmers
Farmers will make no or little income if plantations are banned. Seeming, some of them may live in rural areas, finding other jobs could be challenging and possibly time consuming. Most farmers have their plantations situated on the Mahogany Gliders habitat. These plantations include sugar cane, pine trees and banana crops. Farmers also clear land for cattle. Farmers will undergo the notion that the Mahogany Glider is just another senseless animal in the way of their business.
Revoke the farmers licences, if they do not either grow their crops on their own property or on already destroyed land. The government could organize a policy which includes farmers buying private areas of land from the government, land away from the Mahogany Gliders habitat that does not effect them in anyway. Also, if the farmers were educated about the effects on the Mahogany Gliders, it could possibly change their views on their actions.
Australian Government - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Government, 2008)
Stakeholder 2: The Transport Industry
Transport is a 46 Billion Dollar Industry.Even one roadway being altered could result in a considerable drop in the industries income. From 1991 - 2007 13 roadkill incidents involving Mahogany Gliders were recorded. Although it can be argued that the Mahogany Gliders can be moved to a different area, away from urban area's.
The Mahogany Glider could be moved to a different area, away from the urban areas, and into more rural areas. This would benefit both the Mahogany Glider and the Transport Industry. The Transport Industry would have less worries and would be guilt free. The Mahogany Gliders, would be safer in areas with less people, and more of its own kind, it could also breed.
Australian Government - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Government, 2008)
Stakeholder 3: Forest Dwellers
Conservationists of the Mahogany Glider are heavily involved in projects that involve going to the Mahogany Gliders habitat regularly. The Forest Dwellers, would have to adjust their everyday lifestyle, to suite the rules/facilities would be placed into the Mahogany Gliders habitat. Facilities, such as National Parks, protected areas and conservation centers would be placed amongst the Forest Dwellers homes.
Conservation facilities could be allocated to spots away from the Forest Dwellers homes, and away from their lifestyles/business. This way no problems would occur, and the conservationists can still get the information they need about the Mahogany Gliders. Another solution could be to make a proposal to use the Forest Dwellers land, possibly at certain times.
Australian Government - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Government, 2008)
Miss Stevenson: Good work Tallon!
Michael L
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Stakeholder 1:
Loggers
The loggers will be unable to pay to feed their families.
Loggers could chop down some bamboo, shrubs and buushes to enhance habitat quality by increasing the density of fruiting shrubs and stunting the growth of bamboo, and also they could grow their own trees to chop, and the researchers could prevent the Red Pandas from trespassing by keeping them in the open areas of the national parks and protected areas.
EDGE - Red Panda
(EDGE, 2005)
Stakeholders 2:
Poachers
They would be loosing alot of money from not being able to poach Red Pandas
The poachers should not even be poaching for a living. People from Protection agencies are trying to catch these poachers. Also laws have been created to stop these poachers from doing any more harm to Red Pandas. Instead of poaching, they could be offered other jobs like patrolling around the protected areas, or they could be offered jobs that ha decent wage to feed their families.
Mahalo - Red Pandas
(Mahalo, 2007-2010)
Stakeholders 3: Forest Custodians
The Forest Custodians might not want to tak on another job.
On the job, they will be provided technical assistance after the program is operational.
This creates real ownership by local villagers and is the base from which we conduct the rest of our activities. Also the Red Panda Network would provide education at schools about the ecosystem.
RPN - Research and RPN - education
(Red Panda Network, 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Good work Michael - please read my comments from above. You might also want to read some of your classmates exemplars to get some more ideas on what to do with poachers.
Mackenzie L

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Stakeholder 1 - Property Developers(or whatever they’re called:S)
There may be not much space in the area to build houses
they will need to search further and look at land further away
Tree Kangaroo Mammal Group Inc.
(TKMG,2008)
Stakeholders 2 - Farmers
The Farmers would want to expand their crops so that they can make more money and they would lose some land
The money payed each year will provide a stable amount that they would expect to make from that land
IUCN
(IUCN,2010)
Stakeholders 3 - Loggers
They would want to continue logging the area
They should make plantations in free space that has no vital animals ->then the area logged could be replanted so there is no fragmentation in their habitat.
IUCN
(IUCN,2010)
Miss Stevenson: Good start Mackenzie - please make sure your answers above are researched and evidence is provided
Vincent L
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Stakeholder 1 -Lead poisoning
The hunter will have to travel far away to get their kills so they normaly just leave it kill and
don't look for it. They wont buy the un-lead bullet because it cost more then the lead bullets
We could set up a store near where all the hunters past when they go hunting and sell un-lead bullets for less then what they find in the stores. The money used to buy they bullet will go the a condor fund.
BBS.Projects.Condor:
(BBS,condor)


Stakeholders 2 -
Habitat lost
Habitat loss continues to be a problem for the condors. The oil developments will not move since they found oil in California out skirt and they are looking for land which is near where the condors dwell. Same as home sites and oter urban industrial
Alert the Californian government about what is happening and make it the law that people cannot build from a certain distance from the condors.
Defenders YEAA.com
(DOTW,condor)

Stakeholders 3 -Poaching
People who poach for a living will have no income what so ever and they would have no money to put food on the table for their family and will resort to robbing or stealing other peoples money since they already have the guns.
The government is already tracking poachers down who shoot a adult condor in 17 of april 2009 laws which protect endangered animals like the condor sould have harsher punishments and high fines.
Condor+SHOT
(news.com,condor)
Miss Stevenson: Good work Vincent!
Rhys M
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Stake Holder Government
* The government might refuse to help with the problem as it might be viewed as unimportant compared to global warming or drought which are current major issues for Australia

  • There are 3 species of Wombats and what difference would it make if one died out?

  • The Northern Hairy Nosed Wombat is the rarest and most well known of the three wombat species
http://www.animalinfo.org/species/lasikref.htm
(Animal Info-Endangered Species, 2010)
Stake Holder
Wombat Conservationists

  • The government may not agree with what the conservationists will use the money for and vise versa.
  • The conservationists must decide upon what the money will be used for before it is exchanged
http://www.animalinfo.org/species/lasikref.htm
(Animal Info-Endangered Species, 2010)
Stake Holder
Farmers
  • The farmers might not agree with the money they are given for the land they sell
  • By averaging the money earned from particular lots the farmers will know how much the section is worth and rent it based upon that value
http://www.animalinfo.org/species/lasikref.htm
(Animal Info-Endangered Species, 2010)


Oliver M
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Stakeholder 1
Loggers
They would argue the point that it would stint their income for the period of time in between the restoration and the completion of the project
Providing the loggers with compensation in the form of money in order to prevent arguments and would suffice for the time of transformation, in the way their buisness would run
Department of Environment
(Australian Government Environment,2008)
Stakeholders 2
Farmers
They will have to change their methods of farming which would be an inconvenience and could prevent them for getting their full pay for the time of change in farming practises.
Providing the loggers with compensation in the form of money in order to prevent arguments and would suffice for the time of transformation, in the way their buisness would run Miss Stevenson: this is the same as above????
Department of Environment
(Australian Government Environment,2008)
Stakeholders 3
Wild Animals
Miss Stevenson: try to pick human stakeholders - you need to pick an individual or group of individuals are impacted by your solution
These programs which are possibly being implemented would not have any affect on the wild animals invovled
This program would have no affect on the wild animals rather it would be extremely beneficial to the wombats and would provide them with a sustainable and sfe life
Department of Environment
(Australian Government Environment,2008)
Miss Stevenson: Good start Ollie - but refer to my comments above
Tom M

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Stakeholder 1: Developers
Developers might oppose some programs introduced as it would take away land that could be used to construct housing estates and industrial complexes.
By letting developers build in other areas nearby or selling small parts of protected areas for higher amounts of money.
Arabian Oryx Project
(Arabian Oryx Project, na)
Stakeholders 2:
Local residents
Some local residents might oppose protecting the Arabian Oryx as they traditionally ate the animal.
By creating Arabian Oryx "farms", which could breed them and butcher them for meat.
Animal Info
(Animal Info, 2007)
Stakeholders 3:
Local Wool/Fur Farmers
Local businessmen might oppose the protection of the Arabian Oryx as they cannot get the animal's fur for clothing
Similar to Stakeholder 2 solution, only for processing of their fur.


Miss Stevenson: Good start Tom - but you need 3 stakeholders .. the points you raised above are good


Joshua N
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Stakeholder 1
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Wildlife
· If Tasmanian Devil are taken from the predators or land is free of predators the ecosystem would be interrupted ending in a collapse in Tasmanian species
The wildlife could be put into the protected area without introduced species so that the little animals continue the ecosystem without any more species being threatened by introdced species
Herald Sun
(Core, 2010)
Stakeholders 2
- Farmers
Farmers of crops and livestock would want to continue to kill Tasmanian Devils if they harm any livestock or destroy any crops
· Repeat offenders would also complain that by taking away their gun license it puts the farmer and their families at risk
· The farmers could be negotiated with so that they could keep their gun license only if they stop killing Tasmanian Devils and instead of killing them, if they are becoming a pest, then they could call a zoo or conservation group so that it can be moved or surveyed
Science Nature

Stakeholders 3 - Zoos
Zoos are becaming over crowded in Tasmanian Devil Breeding
The Tasmanian Devils could be spread among varies zoos so that tourist all over Tassie could see them
Extinction
(Age, 2008)





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Miss Stevenson: Good start Josh - please read my comments above and keep going!
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Mitch S
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Stakeholder 1: DiseiseMiss Stevenson: Disease is not a stakeholder- stakeholders are individuals or groups that would be impacted by your solution
. This diseise is sweeping through the dhole population and slowly wipeing the population from a solid 10,000 to a minimal 2,500 but this is not the only cause for the loss in population for the dhole speciese.
We could educate the people of india that live around the forests and make them learn about how to stop this terrible diseise that is taking the population.
http://www.reference-global.com/doi/abs/10.1515/mamm.1992.56.4.517
global reference 2007
Stakeholders 2: poachers
These people are following the Dhole until it has made
its kill and when that moment has come these evil people will scare the animal away and take its food for themselves and that is making most of the population die because of stavation.
WE could make national parks for these animals to live in and not let any poachers in so that the Dhole can make its kill and eat so it doesnt die of starvation.
http://encyclopedia.stateuniversity.com/pages/5820/dhole.html
State uni 2009
Stakeholders 3: Loss of habitat

Miss Stevenson: Loss of habitat is not a stakeholder- stakeholders are individuals or groups that would be impacted by your solution eg Indian Government?
The indian goverment is expaning the living areas to support the growing population of this country as a result it is destroying the forests that the dhole lives in so it eventually will have no where to go and these animals will have to stay in consentration camps so the numbers can increase
The indian goverment needs to stop just destroying these beutiful forests just so they can supply livibng for the rest of the country.
http://encyclopedia.stateuniversity.com/pages/5820/dhole.html
Miss Stevenson: Mitch - you need to change your stakeholders - please refer to my notes above ... you need think about
  • who your stakeholders are
  • why they might disapprove of your solution
  • ideas on how these issues maybe overcome

You really need to FIRE UP YOUR SPELL CHECKER and read what you write - there is spelling all over the place above .. please rethink and reword your entry above


Ben V
(WWF,2001)

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Stakeholder 1 - Loggers
Loggers will want to continue logging- Between 1990 and 2005 a third of Panay's forests
were cut down in the Greater Negros-Panay region.

The Panay government should employ tougher laws to stop deforestation. Also they should apply harder laws to get permits to cut down the forest.
PESCP
(PESCP,2009)
Stakeholders 2 - Farmers
Palm oil farmers will want to continue to cut down the forest and continue to destroy the Lizards habitat without knowing.
These farmers should go to the educational projects that BIOPAT is organising to learn how to reduce deforestation and be Lizard friendly. They could plant in already cut down forest and be forced to plant more economical crops.
PESCP
(PESCP,2009)
Stakeholders 3 - Custodians
Forest dwellers will want to continue to cut down/burn forests to grow crops to feed their families. Also they will continue to hunt and kill the Lizard for food.
These issues cloud be over come by getting the custodians to attend the educational projects by BIOPAT to learn another way to make money such as a tourist industry. The hunting laws need to be heavily perused and embraced by the government.
PESCP
(PESCP,2009)
Loggers will want to continue logging- Between 1990 and 2005 a third of Panay's forests
were cut down in the Greater Negros-Panay region.

Miss Stevenson: ???? refer to exemplar above and blue words at top of the page

Matthew W
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Stakeholder 1: Tasmanian Government
The government may not think this is as important as other things like roads and infrastructure and is not worth spending money on.
Inform the government that the Pedder galaxias could be the first extinct freshwater fish in Australia.
IUCN
(IUCN, 2009)
Stakeholder 2: Tasmanian residents
Residents may not want to help the Pedder galaxias because it is not famous and important.
Residents could be educated about the Pedder galaxias. They could be paid to look after the species.
Stakeholder 3: Fishermen
If the government removes all Brown trout from Lake Pedder, the trout fishermen will not be happy because they can no longer fish there and they will lose one of their favourite hobbies.
The brown trout could be moved to other waterways where it can't affect other species of fish.



Miss Stevenson:Good Start Matthew .. well done!