Assessing the sustainability of wild species use
Dr Dilys Roe leads IIED’s work on biodiversity and conservation. Her work focuses on:
Dilys is chair of the IUCN Sustainable Use and Livelihoods Specialist Group Chair of the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management. She is also a member of the UK government Darwin Expert Committee (DEC) and Illegal Wildlife Trade Advisory Group; and the Scottish First Minister’s Environment Council.
Linkages between biodiversity conservation and development/poverty reduction; pro-poor tourism; community-based conservation; biodiversity mainstreaming.
PhD in biodiversity management from the Durrell Institute for Conservation and Ecology (DICE).
Engaging local communities in sustainable wildlife management and tackling illegal wildlife trade; developing sustainable livelihood opportunities for park-adjacent communities; strengthening community voice in conservation policymaking; mainstreaming biodiversity values into development and climate change decision making
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