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Placing ecosystems and their processes at the centre of societal thinking, policy, fiscal systems and resource use habits, to reconnect society with its ecological roots

Latest Conservation and Ecology webinars

As the natural world changes too quickly for comfort and with diminishing viable space for a burgeoning human population, there is a growing agreement that we need to restore damaged environments in a way that re-builds ecological integrity and offers viable socio-economic...
In recent years there has been a surge in recognition of the positive impact behavioural science can have to help reduce the demand for a range of endangered species products; including rhino horn, tiger bone, elephant ivory, pangolin scales and more. Gayle Burgess, Programme Officer at TRAFFIC...

Conservation and Ecology profile

Dr Mark Pawlett is a Senior Research Fellow at Cranfield University in Bedfordshire. In this role, he supervises MSc and PhD research students, lectures for a variety of courses, and develops and delivers the soil biology component of research projects. First studying for a BSc in...