University of Oxford
11a Mansfield Rd
Our research on wildlife use and trade informs actions to prevent the overexploitation of biodiversity at local to global scales.
- Interdisciplinary (conservation biology, economics, etc.)
- Mixed methods
- Applied / Policy relevant (MEAs, SDGs, national laws, etc.)
- Work with local partners and organisations
- Work with policymakers and practitioners
- Whole supply chain approach
We use interdisciplinary and mixed methods approaches, and collaborate with local communities and organisations to produce research that advances knowledge, influences policy and conservation practice on best-practice for rights-based, effective and equitable conservation.
Towards effective global wildlife trade policy
Reducing demand for saiga horn medicines in Singapore and Japan (with Diogo at WildCRU)
Himalayan Plants for People: Sustainable trade for biodiversity and development (led by TRAFFIC)
Capacity Building to Tackle the Illegal Wildlife Trade