Archive for Current projects

Building Capacity For Pro-Poor Responses To Wildlife Crime In Uganda

  Period: April 2014 to March 2017 Funder: International Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund Researchers: Henry Travers, Julia Baker, E.J. Milner-Gulland Collaborators: International Institute of Environment and Development, Wildlife Conservation Society Uganda Program, Uganda Wildlife Authority International wildlife crime has moved to the top of the…

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Exclusion vs Mobility: Limits to Ideal Free Distributions in pastoralist systems

для России нажмите здесь Project Leader:  Professor E.J. Milner-Gulland, Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College London Project researchers: Dr. Roy Behnke, Dr. Carol Kerven, Dr. Sarah Robinson Funded by The Leverhulme Trust (UK) 2011-2114 Context This research addresses a controversial issue in rangeland governance: the identification of environmentally sustainable and…

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A historical approach to conservation science, policy and practice: lessons from crocodilian conservation

A historical approach to conservation science, policy and practice: lessons from crocodilian conservation Funder: Imperial College London Researcher: Dr Simon Pooley Advisory Panel: Prof. John Fa (Director of Conservation Science, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust), Prof. E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College Conservation Science), Teresa Mulliken (Director of…

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Measuring complex outcomes of environment and development interventions

Funder: ESRC-DFID joint fund for poverty alleviation research Collaborators: Wildlife Conservation Society University College London Researchers: Tom Clements  Katherine Homewood (UCL) Terrence McCabe (University of Colorado) E.J. Milner-Gulland David Wilkie (WCS) Emily Woodhouse  Rationale: Measuring the impacts of development projects is increasingly viewed as critical…

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Research to Policy – Building Capacity for Conservation through Poverty Alleviation

Period: July 2012 – March 2015 Funder: Darwin Initiative Researchers: Julia Baker Collaborators: Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation, International Institute of Environment and Development, Jane Goodall Institute – Uganda, ACODE, Poverty and Conservation Learning Group. Uganda’s Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) population occurs within one of the poorest and most densely…

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ICCS collaboration with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions

ICCS is an international partner organisation of the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, led by Professor Hugh Possingham. Despite facing the sixth global mass extinction of species, most conservation management is unevaluated and inefficient…

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