As a researcher you need to be aware of the social setting in which you are conducting your research; it influences your results, but you might also inadvertently influence the people and environment you are working in. Work of anthropologists in the Amazon with the Yanomamö people have for example raised a fierce debate about the harm we do, which is well depicted in the documentary Secrets of the Tribe. Something to take into account in my research as well.
Jetske Vaas (1990) started her PhD in March 2015. She works on the governance of invasive plant species in the Dutch Caribbean, for which the management of goats might prove to be pivotal.