Ecological change is shaped by dialectical interactions between humans and their environments. To better understand the ecological impacts of different natural resource management practices, we look across scales at socio-ecological feedbacks and relationships. We work closely with social and natural scientists to build interdisciplinary understandings.
- Wildlife conservation and hunting in oil palm landscapes
- The chocolate fix: biotechnologies and a sustainable cacao supply
- Health, hunting, forests and livelihoods in Africa
- Genealogies of plantation agriculture
- Wildlife community shifts in Southeast Asia