Humans, Animals and Environment
Our group provides a forum for multi-, inter- and trans-disciplinary research into relationships between humans, animals and their environments.
Areas of particular expertise include:
- changing land use and impacts on wildlife behaviour and ecology
- evolutionary ecology
- people-wildlife interactions
- primate conservation
- conservation social science.
Group members have extensive experience of fieldwork across Africa (West, East and South), Madagascar, Southeast Asia and the UK.
Research carried out by members of the HAE group has significant impact on biodiversity conservation and conservation conflicts beyond academia.
Group members’ research informs conservation policy and practice directly through inclusion in International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Guidelines documents and policy statements, training materials and training events for wildlife agency staff.
Members of the group also make a significant contribution to conservation policy and action through their individual work with various conservation and development NGOs, consultancies and local/national/international government departments, and through their public engagement and knowledge exchange activities, locally, nationally and internationally.
|Dr Susan Cheyne||Teaching Fellow in Biological Anthropologyemail@example.com|
|Dr Giuseppe Donati||Reader in Primatology / Biological Anthropologyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill||Professor in Anthropologyemail@example.com|
|Professor Helen Walkington||Professor of Higher Educationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Precious Bayliss||Captive Conservation: Factors influencing public perceptions and attitudes toward primate conservation, does “the tragedy of becoming common” apply to zoo settings?||Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill, Dr Susan Cheyne, Dr Thomas Chambers||
|Dr Elena Bersacola||Zooming in on human-wildlife coexistence: primate community responses in a shared agroforest landscape in Guinea-Bissau’||Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill, Dr Giuseppe Donati||2019|
|Claire Cardinal||Lemur-human coexistence: the impact of human activities on the behaviour and demography of cathemeral lemurs in south-eastern Madagascar||Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill, Dr Giuseppe Donati||
|Benjamin Klinkenberg||Socioeconomic effects of the wild boar (Sus scrofa) introduction to the Forest of Dean||Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill, Professor Jeremy MacClancy||
|Elena Račevska||Lemurs as protectors of the forest: Lemur seed dispersal, forest regeneration and local livelihoods in the littoral forest fragments of Madagascar||Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill, Dr Giuseppe Donati||2021|
|Sam Hyde Roberts||Behavioural ecology, adaptation and conservation of the Anosy mouse lemur (Microcebus tanosi) in the littoral forests of Sainte Luce, southeastern Madagascar||Dr Giuseppe Donati, Professor Vincent Nijman||
|Miranda Strubel||Shared Landscapes: exploring the relationships between people and red kites in the UK||Professor Catherine (Kate) Hill, Professor Jeremy MacClancy||