I am an environmental social scientist with a track record of delivering interdisciplinary and applied research. I work with conservation practitioners to understand conservation problems and develop solutions.
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I have now officially completed my PhD! My thesis was entitled ‘Improving environmental interventions by understanding social networks’ and a full copy can be found HERE.
Conservationists increasingly recognise the necessity of robust social research for achieving their objectives. As the sector has traditionally been dominated by biologists, significant work is required to build the capacity for social science in conservation. The Conservation Social Science consortium of NGOs and research institutions tasked myself, Harriett Ibbett (Bangor) and Trisha Gupta (Oxford) with … Continue reading A Gap Analysis of training resources for Conservation Social Science →
This post originally published on the ICCS website. ដើម្បីអានអត្ថបទនេះជាភាសាខ្មែរសូមចូលទៅកាន់: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12146181.v1 The coronavirus pandemic is likely to have a variety of unforeseen implications for people and wildlife. One early trend is a reported increase in waterhole poisonings in Cambodia’s Northern Plains. This is concerning for both conservation and human health reasons. Preah Vihear province in northern … Continue reading Understanding & addressing wildlife poisoning in Northern Cambodia →
For many researchers, particularly in academia, publishing in peer-reviewed journals is a necessity, with major implications for their career progression. Yet, it is increasingly recognised that the current scientific publishing model is not fair and equitable, which can have severe consequences for the way science is accessed and used in nature conservation. We evaluated the … Continue reading Ethical Publishing in Biodiversity Conservation Science →
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