Moran Professor of Conservation and Development, University of Cambridge

My research concerns relations between society and nature, particularly the choices and conflicts between development and conservation. I am particularly interested in the history of nature conservation in the context of wider environmental concern, particularly about sustainability.

I hold the Moran Chair in Conservation and Development in the Department of Geography. I convene the Political Ecology group in geography, whose members work on political and social issues in biodiversity conservation and natural resource governance. I am closely involved in the development of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative.

Experience

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    Moran Professor of Conservation and Development, University of Cambridge