Ellesse's PhD explores how public opinions of conservation actions are formed and influenced, and how opinion data has been gathered and used within governments and NGOs
Maureen's PhD investigates how rapid infrastructural development, economic development and ecological changes - particularly drought and elephant crop-raiding behaviour - influence people’s behaviour.
Will's research explores how local people can contribute to protected area law enforcement.
Helena’s research aims to investigate the role of formal education in shaping the views and skills of future conservation leaders.
David's research aims to identify the position of international conservation organisations on key controversial issues
Jonathan's research aims to examine the success of environmental safeguards in international development projects
Tom’s research seeks to understand the ways that living alongside wildlife can affect people’s mental health, particularly in relation to disease transmission.
Chancellor's Fellow & Senior Lecturer in Conservation Science; Research Group Leader