Wiley-Blackwell has published Conservation Criminology, the first edited volume on the topic of global risks, conservation, and criminology. This book reflects the efforts of amazing coauthors working on interdisciplinary environmental risk issues from around the world! What an honor to be able to collaborate with them!
It is a great honor to have my research fighting environmental crimes be part of the MSU Spartans Will Campaign.
I just returned from a super productive trip to eastern Madagascar where I had a chance to interact with amazing Malagasy conservationists working to reduce the causes and consequences of environmental crime! I spent two weeks working to better understand the conservation criminology-related issues surrounding rosewood logging and ploughshare tortoise poaching for pets. My trip[…]
My work on human-wildlife interactions was recently featured on MSU Today.
I am happy to announce that I will be traveling to Madagascar to collaborate with Dr. Jonah Ratsimbazafy and Malagasy civil society group Alliance Voahary Gasy. You can learn more about the group here: http://www.alliancevoaharygasy.mg/