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Dr Niki Rust
Climate change contributing to conflicts between livestock farming and guanaco conservation in central Chile: a subjective theories approach2021
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Julia Cooper
Framing of sustainable agricultural practices by the farming press and its effect on adoption2021
Dr Niki Rust
Petra Stankovics
Professor Mark Reed
Have farmers had enough of experts?2021
Dr Niki Rust
Sara Iversen
Steven Vella
Dr Regina Hansda
Professor Mark Reed
et al.
Social factors influencing adoption2021
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Lucia Rehackova
Francis Naab
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sophie Tindale
et al.
What does the UK public want farmland to look like?2021
Remco Benthem De Grave
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Anthony Watson
Dr Jan Smeddinck
A catalogue of UK household datasets to monitor transitions to sustainable diets2020
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
How to transition to reduced-meat diets that benefit people and the planet2020
Dr Niki Rust
Sara Iversen
Professor Mark Reed
Rosmarie Neumann
Social capital factors affecting uptake of sustainable soil management practices: a literature review2020
Dr Niki Rust
Fishing cat conservation in human-dominated landscapes in West Bengal, India2019
Dr Niki Rust
Fishing cat conservation in human-dominated landscapes in West Bengal, India2019
Dr Niki Rust
Nature documentaries and saving nature: Reflections on the new Netflix series Our Planet2019
Dr Niki Rust
Reach and messages of the world's largest ivory burn2018
Dr Niki Rust
Social science methods to study human-cheetah interactions2018
Dr Niki Rust
The costs and causes of human-cheetah conflict on livestock and game farms2018
Dr Niki Rust
Wildlife in a Warming World2018
Dr Niki Rust
A call for conservation scientists to empirically study the effects of human population policies on biodiversity loss2017
Dr Niki Rust
Estimating poaching opportunity and potential2017
Dr Niki Rust
Quantity Does Not Always Mean Quality: The Importance of Qualitative Social Science in Conservation Research2017
Dr Niki Rust
Can stakeholders agree on how to reduce human–carnivore conflict on Namibian livestock farms? A novel Q-methodology and Delphi exercise2016
Dr Niki Rust
Carnivores, Colonization, and Conflict: A Qualitative Case Study on the Intersectional Persecution of Predators and People in Namibia2016
Marco Girardello
Dr Niki Rust
Understanding, quantifying and mapping the use of poison by commercial farmers in Namibia–Implications for scavengers’ conservation and ecosystem health2016
Dr Niki Rust
Why has human-carnivore conflict not been resolved in Namibia?2016
Dr Niki Rust
Environmental factors affect swing gates as a barrier to large carnivores entering game farms2015
Dr Niki Rust
Media Framing of Financial Mechanisms for Resolving Human–Predator Conflict in Namibia2015
Dr Niki Rust
Understanding the human dimensions of coexistence between carnivores and people: a case study in Namibia2015
Dr Niki Rust
Are alternative livelihood projects effective at reducing local threats to specified elements of biodiversity and/or improving or maintaining the conservation status of those elements?: a systematic review protocol2014
Dr Niki Rust
Cost of carnivore coexistence on communal and resettled land in Namibia2014
Dr Niki Rust
Attitudes Toward Predators and Conservancies Among Namibian Farmers2013
Dr Niki Rust
Perceived efficacy of livestock‐guarding dogs in South Africa: Implications for cheetah conservation2013