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University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

 

Biography

Georgina is the Programme Assistant for the Endangered Landscapes Programme, managed by a small team within CCI’s Executive Director’s Office. Georgina’s role primarily involves coordination of administration processes, external communications and capacity building for the Programme. Georgina has always had a fascination for wild places and things, having grown up in South Yorkshire on the outskirts of the Peak District. She graduated with a BSc in Zoology from University of Manchester in 2014, having completed several overseas conservation and development placements in Greece, Belize, Kenya and Canada. After working in London for two years in a Learning and Development role, Georgina escaped the big smoke to study an MSc in Environment and Development at University of Leeds, graduating in 2017. Georgina is interested in the many ways people interact with the natural world, and appreciates the balanced perspective that completing both a biological and social science degree has provided her with.

Research

Landscape Restoration

Ecology

Behaviour Change

Environmental Psychology

Environmental Justice

Capacity Building.

Geographical region

Europe
Endangered Landscapes Programme Assistant

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Research keywords: 
Biodiversity
Climate Change
Conservation
Ecosystems
Landscape Ecology
Sustainability
Ecosystem/Landscape Restoration