Henry Travers

henry.travers@zoo.ox.ac.uk

University of Oxford,

Department of Zoology, 

South Parks Road,

Oxford OX1 3PS, UK

 

My research focuses on predicting the effectiveness and understanding the impact of conservation policy interventions aimed at delivering behavioural change amongst small-scale resource users. I am particularly interested in the use of experimental economics and indirect questioning approaches in the investigation of illegal behaviour.

 

I am currently working on the Building Capacity for Pro-Poor Responses to Wildlife Crime in Uganda Project, which is funded by the Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund, in collaboration with the International Institute for Environment and Development, the Wildlife Conservation Society Uganda Program and the Ugandan Wildlife Authority.

Find out more about Henry's project here

 

Travers, H. (2016) Value for money: Identifying best practice in anti-poaching interventions. Evidence on Demand, London.

Travers, H., Roe, D., Plumptre, A., Baker, J., Rwetsiba, A. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2016) Nature’s stewards: how local buy-in can help tackle wildlife crime in Uganda. IIED, London.

Harrison, M., Roe, D., Baker, J., Mwedde, G., Travers, H., Plumptre, A., Rwetsiba, A. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2015) Wildlife Crime: a review of the evidence on drivers and impacts in Uganda. IIED, London.

Evans, T.D. & Travers, H. (2014) Policy brief – lessons learned from design of the social co-benefits monitoring system for Seima Protection Forest REDD Demonstration Project. Wildlife Conservation Society, Phnom Penh.

Evans, T.D., Milne, S. & Travers, H. (2014) Policy brief – local-level benefit-sharing for REDD+ – findings from the Seima Protection Forest REDD+ Demonstration Project. Wildlife Conservation Society, Phnom Penh.

 

Milne, S., Evans, T.D. & Travers, H. (2013) Policy options for REDD benefitsharing at the site level in Cambodia: a conceptual overview and early recommendations for the Seima Protection Forest Demonstration Project site. Wildlife Conservation Society, Phnom Penh.

Travers, H. & Evans, T.D. (2013) Development of a social impacts monitoring system for the Seima Core Protection Forest REDD+ Demonstration Site. Wildlife Conservation Society, Phnom Penh.

Travers, H., Clements, T., Keane. A. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2009) Levelling the Playing Field: The Effects of Institutional Controls on Common Pool Resource Extraction. Report prepared for WCS TransLinks Program.

“Testing the validity of a theory of change approach to conducting a Social Impact Assessment in
Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia.” – Catherine Walker, April-Sept 2016, Co-Supervisor with E.J. Milner-Gulland (University of Oxford)

“Cutting the roots of wildlife crime: Local people’s preferences for wildlife crime reduction policies.” – Geoffrey Mwedde, April-Sept 2015, Co-Supervisor with E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College London)

“Conservation conversations: Understanding the potential impacts of future conservation policy interventions in Uganda.” – Lucy Archer, April-Sept 2015, Co-Supervisor with E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College London)

“Tapping into Nature: Examining the dynamics of resin tapper livelihoods in Seima Protected Forest, Mondulkiri, Cambodia.” – Sarah Cheetham, April-Sept 2014, Co-Supervisor with E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College London) & A. Diment (WCS Cambodia).

“Measuring the effectiveness of incentives: can experimental games really give us the answer?” – Davy Martin, April-Sept 2013, Co-Supervisor with E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College London) & T. Clements (WCS Cambodia).

“Quantifying land use change and identifying predictors of forest clearance in Seima Protection Forest, Cambodia.” – Kyle Winney, April-Sept 2012, Co-Supervisor with E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College London).

 

Henry Travers