Alex Chausson

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I am interested in interdisciplinary research and transdisciplinary collaborations as pathways to impact at the nexus of development, climate change, and biodiversity issues. I have undertaken social and ecological research, including research on the demand side drivers of the bushmeat supply chain in Congo-Brazzaville, human-wildlife conflict mitigation in Kenya, and the impacts of climate and food availability on barn owl reproduction in Switzerland. I now manage and collaborate on the delivery of several research and knowledge-exchange outputs for the Nature-based Solutions Initiative, as well as for the SENTINEL project led by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) on Social and Environmental Trade-Offs in African Agriculture.

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