BIOSEC is one of seven EU-funded research projects featured in 'Biodiversity: A New Deal for Nature'.
The EPRS briefing on coronavirus and the wildlife trade was published this month.
The article 'Au cœur de l’Afrique, la guerre au nom de la nature' by Joan Tilouine examines the role of African Parks.
HOT OFF THE PRESS! The eighth - and penultimate - edition of our newsletter has just been released.
In 'The geopolitical ecology of conservation: The emergence of illegal wildlife trade as national security interest and the re-shaping on US foreign conservation assistance', Massé and Margulies develop a geopolitical ecology of conservation to understand shifts in foreign assistance to biodiversity conservation.
The talk, titled 'Illegal Logging and Timber Trade: Towards a political ecology of spectacular deforestation in the Carpathians' focused on civil society's involvement in environmental campaigns, forest crime and illicit business in the forestry sector.
Rosaleen Duffy featured in Politico article calling for EU legislators to do more to combat the flow of wildlife trade and trafficking across the EU.
The BIOSEC team have used insights from their research to provide feedback on the 2016 EU Action Plan Against Wildlife Trafficking.
In our third podcast, researchers George Iordăchescu & Elaine (Lan Yin) Hsiao draw on their experiences in Romania and Rwanda to discuss the establishment of protected areas & how this affects the relationship between local communities' and their environments.
Unfortunately POLLEN20 has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.This means that the travel bursaries scheme is no longer running at present. Elements of the conference may move online - however please check the POLLEN20 website for up to date information.