Political Ecology group
The Political Ecology group carries out research on:
- political and social dimensions of biodiversity conservation
- institutions and governance natural resources
- the politics and human ecology of ecosystem management
Members of the group are active in the Cambridge Conservation Initiative.
Read about our research projects.
|Bill Adams||Professor of Conservation and Development, Department of Geography and Fellow of Downing College.|
|Tim Bayliss Smith||Reader in Pacific Geography, Department of Geography and Fellow of St John's College.|
|Chris Sandbrook||Affiliated Lecturer and fellow of Darwin College|
|Ivan Scales||Fellow, St Catharine's College|
|Bhaskar Vira||University Lecturer, Department of Geography and Fellow of Fitzwilliam College.|
|Elizabeth Watson||University Assistant Lecturer, Department of Geography and Fellow of Newnham College.|
We meet regularly to discuss research in progress, to hear visiting speakers, or to discuss published papers.