Oxford, United Kingdom
Posted: 5 years ago


£17,745 per year

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This one-year course aims to provide a critical and conceptually sophisticated understanding of biodiversity science and the socio-economic, political, cultural and institutional environments, within which management and policy decisions are made.

The course design is informed by the recognition that biodiversity conservation, as a domain of science and policy, needs to become more contextual and multi-level in its conception. The course content is rooted in our established strengthens in conservation biogeography, strategy and governance and in research design. However, the 2013 revised course design responds to the rise of market-based conservation including engagements with enterprise and the transformative potential of new technologies.

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