Director, Science for Nature and People Partnership
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Lifting All Boats: Six Steps to Enhancing Equity in Marine Conservation
How can we protect fragile ocean ecosystems while also preserving the cultural and economic lifeways of the people who depend on them?
Engaging High Potential Communities in Urban Nature Conservation
How can international conservation groups like The Nature Conservancy engage authentically in highly localized, nuanced urban spaces? The results of a spatial and socioeconomic analysis have been published in Conservation Letters.
Can We End Hunger and Protect the Forest in Africa?
Expanding agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa often comes at the expense of forests. Can this challenge be resolved?
Rwanda Looks to National Parks as Part of a Peaceful, Hopeful Future
On the Rwandan Genocide Memorial Day, a look at how national parks could be a part of the country’s vision for a peaceful, prosperous future.
SNAPP: Incorporating New Types of Knowledge for Conservation Solutions
Different ways of knowing often make working across disciplines hard to do, but a little emotional intelligence can go a long way.