Biodiversity stewardship has emerged as a proposed development future for two rural villages in Amathole Mountains of the Eastern Cape. Conservation practices implemented as part of this CEPF-funded stewardship programme reflect the cares of conservation science towards biodiversity targets. Observing the limited uptake of these conservation practices highlights a gap between the cares of conservation science and the cares of local people. What insights might an understanding of the emplaced ‘dynamics of care’ in the context of practice hold for improving the design of biodiversity stewardship projects in the face of global change?
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