Publications & Resources

For a real-time list of my publications, please check my Google Scholar profile here. Please contact me if you have any trouble accessing the publications as I will be happy to share a copy.

Resources for conservationists & policy-makers

A policy brief on positive communications approaches to the biodiversity crisis is available here.

A searchable database of over 400 resources in diverse languages for learning about the social sciences and their application in conservation. This will be made available as a website soon. A gap analysis of resources is available here.

A database of over 400 journals in biodiversity conservation scored according to the Fair & Open Access alliance criteria.

Evaluating the impacts of conservation interventions on human wellbeing: guidance for practitioners (2016) Woodhouse, E., de Lange, E., and Milner-Gulland, E.J.. Published by: IIED

PhD Thesis

Improving environmental interventions by understanding social networks. University of Edinburgh. Supervised by Dr Aidan Keane and Prof E.J. Milner-Gulland.

Peer-reviewed academic publications

Communicating the Biodiversity Crisis: From “Warnings” to Positive Engagement. Tropical Conservation Science (2022). de Lange et. al. (Open Access)

Balancing making a difference with making a living in the conservation sector. Conservation Biology (2022). (Open Access)

Personal traits predict conservationists’ optimism about outcomes for nature. Conservation Letters (2022). Pienkowski et. al. (Open Access)

Effects of social networks on interventions to change conservation behavior. Conservation Biology (2021). de Lange et. al. (Open Access)

Combining simulation and empirical data to explore the scope for social network interventions in conservation. Biological Conservation (2021). de Lange, et. al. (Full Text) (Journal page)

Using mixed methods to understand wildlife poisoning in Northern Cambodia. Oryx (2020). de Lange, et al. (Full Text) (Journal page) ដើម្បីអានអត្ថបទនេះជាភាសាខ្មែរសូមចូលទៅកាន់:

Ethical publishing in conservation science. Conservation and Society (2020). Verissimo, D., et al. (Open Access)

Ethical considerations when conservation research involves people. Conservation Biology (2020). Brittain, S., et al. (Full Text) (Journal page)

Improving conservation interventions by understanding information flows. Trends in Ecology & Evolution (2019) de Lange, E., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Keane, A. (Open Access)

Integrating models of human behaviour between the individual and population levels to inform conservation interventions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. (2019) Dobson, A., de Lange, E., et al. (Open Access)

Approaches Used to Evaluate the Social Impacts of Protected Areas. Conservation Letters (2016). de Lange, E., Woodhouse, E., and Milner-Gulland, E.J.. (Open Access)