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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

I work on how farmers can benefit from ecosystem services and reduce impacts on wildlife in realistic commercial contexts. I lead a Newton-funded project on sustainable fruit faming in northeast Brazil, measuring biodiversity and ecosystem service responses to farm management ( 

I am a member of the Conservation Evidence core team and chair the Methods Expert Group for the Eklipse science-policy mechanism on biodiversity and ecosystem services. I work with organisations that manage the environment, in Government, the charitable sector and the food and farming industry.

Wild pollinator conservation
Farm management for biodiversity
Evidence-based conservation
Lecturer in Animal Ecology

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