ISSN: 1800-427X (printed)
eISSN: 1800-427X (online) DOI:10.47605/tapro.v10i1.243
Published date: 27 May 2021
Pp. 1–3EDITORIAL : Covid-19, biodiversity conservation and welfare of wild animals partially under human control
Section Editor: Taprobanica, the journal of Asian Biodiversity
It would feel wrong if I did not start this editorial with Covid-19 and its impact on biodiversity conservation in the broadest sense. There is no doubt that little will have had as much impact on biodiversity conservation throughout Asia as the Covid-19 pandemic. National and regional lockdowns, a shutdown of international travel, trade restrictions, temporary shutdowns of wet markets as well as live animal markets, closures of zoos and animal parks, closures of national parks to tourists, restriction of budgets for conservation agencies, etc.