Graham joined IEEP in February 2008. He has an MSc and Ph.D. in ecology and over 20 years professional experience in biodiversity conservation in Europe. He was responsible for developing BirdLife International’s European Habitat Conservation Programme and then moved into consultancy as the Technical Director of Ecoscope Applied Ecologists before taking up freelance consultancy. Consultancy projects have included scientific reviews, conservation strategy appraisals, as well as capacity building and training in biodiversity monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment. Graham’s current interests focus on incorporating ecological science in policy development, particularly relating to land-use and climate change issues.
biodiversity conservation policies and legislation, climate change and biodiversity adaptation