All posts by Aidan

Dteu srok Khmer veng (Back to Cambodia)

An update on Emiel's PhD research as he heads back out to Cambodia.

Jack Cunningham

Jack's project investigates the links between wellbeing and environmental shocks in Tanzania's Wildlife Management Areas.

Elizabeth Stanyer

Lizzie's dissertation research aims to understand people’s attitudes to growing food in cities.

New Centre of Excellence for Applied Conservation Science

We’re thrilled to be a part of ECoS, a new Centre of Excellence for Applied Conservation Science dedicated to the translation and application of science to conservation. For more about this exciting initiative, check out the ECoS website.

Taylor Frerichs

Taylor's MSc project examines the interactions between gender and community-based conservation in Tanzania

Harriet’s fieldwork diaries

Catch up with Harriet's video diaries documenting her recent field season in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia

Exploring differences in stakeholders’ perceptions of illegal bird trapping in Cyprus

Cyprus is a hotspot for illegal bird trapping, but conservation efforts have been hindered by a lack of understanding between the local trapping community and the environmental NGOs.

Fieldwork: deeper into the forest

Emiel's latest update about his fieldwork and all the challenges of surveying households in rural Cambodia.

Two new PhD opportunities!

Projects on understanding factors influencing the global conservation agenda and interactions between conservation and development in West Africa.

Realising the promise of Tanzania’s Wildlife Management Areas

A new ESPA policy brief explores how Tanzania's Wildlife Management Areas have changed people's lives.