Our programmes range from developing better plastics to understanding the illegal wildlife trade, and from accelerating the adoption of renewable energy to better management of the high seas. Conserving the natural systems on which all human life depends requires action on many fronts, and we provide new understanding, insights and ideas to ensure that solutions to pressing environmental challenges can be found.
'To meet Paris Agreement targets, focus on warming, not emissions'
Horizon scanning for illegal wildlife trade: a strategic approach to inform future CITES policy decisions
'The Nemo effect' is untrue: Animal movies promote awareness, not harm
Did the movie Finding Dory increase demand for blue tang fish?
'Game On' to Kick Ambitious Goals for Agriculture, Energy, Water & Climate Change
Belt and Road Initiative may create new supplies for illegal wildlife trade in large carnivores
Food security in focus in the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land
Acting Director, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford
Professor of Ecosystem Science
Professor of Geosystem Science
Professor of Climate and Environmental Risks
Senior Researcher in the School of Geography and the Environment
Tasso Leventis Professor of Biodiversity