Professor EJ Milner-Gulland

Tasso Leventis Professor in Biodiversity

My research group works at the interface of social and ecological systems, using a range of methodological approaches to address key issues in current conservation, including fieldwork and modelling in the ecological, social and behavioural sciences. Our work has three themes; understanding resource user incentives, planning for effective and socially just conservation, accounting for social-ecological system dynamics. We work in the terrestrial and marine realms, with practitioners who are implementing interventions, to ensure that they are designed, carried out and monitored in a way that leads to the desired outcomes from both conservation and social justice perspectives.