Imperial College London

Professor EJ Milner-Gulland

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Life Sciences (Silwood Park)

Visiting Professor
 
 
 
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+44 (0)20 7594 2509e.j.milner-gulland Website

 
 
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108MunroSilwood Park

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Sackey HNK, McNamara J, Milner-Gulland EJ, Ntiamoa-Baidu Yet al., 2022, The bushmeat trade in northern Ghana: market dynamics, drivers of trade and implications for conservation, ORYX, ISSN: 0030-6053

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Milner-Gulland EJ, 2022, Don't dilute the term Nature Positive, NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, Vol: 6, Pages: 1243-1244, ISSN: 2397-334X

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Brittain S, Tagne CTK, Booker F, Maddison N, Nteroupe SM, Mouamfon M, Tsabong SDN, Roe D, Wilson-Holt O, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2022, Using scenarios-based interviews to predict changes in wild meat hunting and consumption in response to different alternatives projects, CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE, Vol: 4

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Hinsley A, Wan AKY, Garshelis D, Hoffmann M, Hu S, Lee TM, Meginnis K, Moyle B, Qiu Y, Ruan X, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2022, Understanding why consumers in China switch between wild, farmed, and synthetic bear bile products, CONSERVATION BIOLOGY, Vol: 36, ISSN: 0888-8892

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Oyanedel R, Hinsley A, Dentinger BTM, Milner-Gulland EJ, Furci Get al., 2022, A way forward for wild fungi in international sustainability policy, CONSERVATION LETTERS, Vol: 15, ISSN: 1755-263X

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Pienkowski T, Keane A, de Lange E, Khanyari M, Arlidge WNS, Baranyi G, Brittain S, Tickell SCY, Hazenbosch M, Papworth S, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2022, Personal traits predict conservationists' optimism about outcomes for nature, CONSERVATION LETTERS, Vol: 15, ISSN: 1755-263X

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Pienkowski T, Keane A, Castello y Tickell S, Hazenbosch M, Arlidge WNS, Baranyi G, Brittain S, de Lange E, Khanyari M, Papworth S, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Balancing making a difference with making a living in the conservation sector, CONSERVATION BIOLOGY, Vol: 36, ISSN: 0888-8892

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Li Y, Arias M, Hinsley A, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, International media coverage of the Bolivian jaguar trade, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 4, Pages: 115-126

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Arlidge WNS, Firth JA, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Ibanez-Erquiaga B, Mangel JC, Squires D, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Assessing information-sharing networks within small-scale fisheries and the implications for conservation interventions, ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE, Vol: 8, ISSN: 2054-5703

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de Lange E, Milner-Gulland EJ, Yim V, Leng C, Phann S, Keane Aet al., 2021, Using mixed methods to understand sensitive wildlife poisoning behaviours in northern Cambodia, ORYX, Vol: 55, Pages: 889-902, ISSN: 0030-6053

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de Lange E, Milner-Gulland EJ, Keane A, 2021, Effects of social networks on interventions to change conservation behavior, CONSERVATION BIOLOGY, Vol: 36, ISSN: 0888-8892

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Oyanedel R, Gelcich S, Mathieu E, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, A dynamic simulation model to support reduction in illegal trade within legal wildlife markets, CONSERVATION BIOLOGY, Vol: 36, ISSN: 0888-8892

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Arias M, Hinsley A, Milner-Gulland EJ, 2021, Use of evidence for decision-making by conservation practitioners in the illegal wildlife trade, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 3, Pages: 1110-1126

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Grace MK, Bennett EL, Akcakaya HR, Hilton-Taylor C, Hoffmann M, Jenkins R, Milner-Gulland EJ, Nieto A, Young RP, Long Bet al., 2021, IUCN launches Green Status of Species: a new standard for species recovery, ORYX, Vol: 55, Pages: 651-652, ISSN: 0030-6053

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Brittain S, Tugendhat H, Newing H, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Conservation and the rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities: looking forwards, ORYX, Vol: 55, Pages: 641-642, ISSN: 0030-6053

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Hinsley A, Hu S, Chen H, Garshelis D, Hoffmann M, Lee TM, Moyle B, Qiu Y, Ruan X, Wan AKY, Zhou J, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Combining data from consumers and traditional medicine practitioners to provide a more complete picture of Chinese bear bile markets, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 3, Pages: 1064-1077

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Pienkowski T, Keane A, Kinyanda E, Knizek BL, Asiimwe C, Muhanguzi G, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, The role of nature conservation and commercial farming in psychological distress among rural Ugandans

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>Mental illness is a leading contributor to the global burden of disease, but there is limited understanding of how it is influenced by socio-ecological context, particularly in the global south. We asked how interactions with ecological systems influence stressors associated with psychological distress in a rural Ugandan case study. We conducted and thematically analyzed 45 semi-structured interviews with residents of Nyabyeya Parish, Masindi District. Our results suggest that poverty and food insecurity were the primary reported causes of <jats:italic>“thinking too much”</jats:italic> and related idioms of psychological distress. The expansion of commercial agriculture may have been associated with the contraction of subsistence farming, reportedly exacerbating poverty and food insecurity among poorer households but contributing incomes to wealthier ones. Furthermore, households bordering a conservation area reported that crop losses from wildlife contributed to food insecurity. However, forest resources were important safety nets for those facing poverty and food insecurity. Our study suggests how two globally prevalent land uses – commercial agriculture and nature conservation – may influence social determinants of psychological distress in our study area. Psychological distress does not necessarily imply mental disorder. Nonetheless, exploring socially-mediated interactions with ecosystems may help explain the etiology of psychological distress. Furthermore, we suggest opportunities to manage socio-ecological systems to support mental health, such as promoting equitable access and control of livelihood resources. We also highlight co-benefits and trade-offs between global sustainability goals that could be managed for mental health, and why these should be recognized in the anticipated ‘New Deal for Nature.’</jats:p><jats:sec><jats:title>H

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Booth H, Arlidge WNS, Squires D, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Bycatch levies could reconcile trade-offs between blue growth and biodiversity conservation, NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, Vol: 5, Pages: 715-725, ISSN: 2397-334X

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Banks-Leite C, Larrosa C, Carrasco LR, Tambosi LR, Milner-Gulland Eet al., 2021, The suggestion that landscapes should contain 40% of forest cover lacks evidence and is problematic, Ecology Letters, Vol: 24, Pages: 1112-1113, ISSN: 1461-023X

A recent review suggests that forest cover needs to be restored or maintained on at least 40% of land area. In the absence of empirical evidence to support this threshold, we discuss how this suggestion is unhelpful and potentially dangerous. We advocate for regionally defined thresholds to inform conservation and restoration.

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Milner-Gulland EJ, 2021, The global conservation movement is divided but not diverse: reflections on 2020, ORYX, Vol: 55, Pages: 321-322, ISSN: 0030-6053

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Booth H, Clark M, Milner-Gulland EJ, Amponsah-Mensah K, Antunes AP, Brittain S, Castilho LC, Campos-Silva JV, Lima Constantino PDA, Li Y, Mandoloma L, Nneji LM, Iponga DM, Moyo B, McNamara J, Rakotonarivo OS, Shi J, Tagne CTK, van Velden J, Williams DRet al., 2021, Investigating the risks of removing wild meat from global food systems, CURRENT BIOLOGY, Vol: 31, Pages: 1788-+, ISSN: 0960-9822

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Olmedo A, Verissimo D, Challender DWS, Huong TTD, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Who eats wild meat? Profiling consumers in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 3, Pages: 700-710

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Mair L, Bennun LA, Brooks TM, Butchart SHM, Bolam FC, Burgess ND, Ekstrom JMM, Milner-Gulland EJ, Hoffmann M, Ma K, Macfarlane NBW, Raimondo DC, Rodrigues ASL, Shen X, Strassburg BBN, Beatty CR, Gomez-Creutzberg C, Iribarrem A, Irmadhiany M, Lacerda E, Mattos BC, Parakkasi K, Tognelli MF, Bennett EL, Bryan C, Carbone G, Chaudhary A, Eiselin M, da Fonseca GAB, Galt R, Geschke A, Glew L, Goedicke R, Green JMH, Gregory RD, Hill SLL, Hole DG, Hughes J, Hutton J, Keijzer MPW, Navarro LM, Nic Lughadha E, Plumptre AJ, Puydarrieux P, Possingham HP, Rankovic A, Regan EC, Rondinini C, Schneck JD, Siikamaki J, Sendashonga C, Seutin G, Sinclair S, Skowno AL, Soto-Navarro CA, Stuart SN, Temple HJ, Vallier A, Verones F, Viana LR, Watson J, Bezeng S, Bohm M, Burfield IJ, Clausnitzer V, Clubbe C, Cox NA, Freyhof J, Gerber LR, Hilton-Taylor C, Jenkins R, Joolia A, Joppa LN, Koh LP, Lacher TE, Langhammer PF, Long B, Mallon D, Pacifici M, Polidoro BA, Pollock CM, Rivers MC, Roach NS, Rodriguez JP, Smart J, Young BE, Hawkins F, McGowan PJKet al., 2021, A metric for spatially explicit contributions to science-based species targets, NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, Vol: 5, Pages: 836-+, ISSN: 2397-334X

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Olmedo A, Verissimo D, Milner-Gulland EJ, Hinsley A, Dao HTT, Challender DWSet al., 2021, Uncovering prevalence of pangolin consumption using a technique for investigating sensitive behaviour, ORYX, Vol: 56, Pages: 412-420, ISSN: 0030-6053

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Doughty H, Oliver K, Verissimo D, Lee JSH, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Using theory and evidence to design behaviour change interventions for reducing unsustainable wildlife consumption, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 3, Pages: 469-483

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Arlidge W, Firth J, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Ibanez-Erquiaga B, Mangel J, Squires D, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Assessing information-sharing networks within small-scale fisheries and the implications for conservation interventions

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> <jats:p>The effectiveness of biodiversity conservation interventions is often dependent on local resource users' underlying social interactions. However, it remains unclear how fine-scale differences in information shared between resource users can influence network structure and the success of behaviour-change interventions. We investigate this knowledge gap by comparing information-sharing networks in a fishing community in Peru where a trial conservation intervention is underway to reduce the incidental capture of sea turtles (<jats:italic>bycatch</jats:italic>). We show that the general network structure detailing information sharing about sea turtle bycatch differs from other fishing-related information sharing, specifically in degree assortativity (homophily) and eccentricity. This finding highlights that fine-scale differences in the information shared between resource users may influence network structure.</jats:p>

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Cheung H, Doughty H, Hinsley A, Hsu E, Lee TM, Milner-Gulland EJ, Possingham HP, Biggs Det al., 2021, Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine to strengthen conservation outcomes, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 3, Pages: 115-128

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Kuiper T, Masse F, Ngwenya NA, Kavhu B, Mandisodza-Chikerema RL, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2021, Ranger perceptions of, and engagement with, monitoring of elephant poaching, PEOPLE AND NATURE, Vol: 3, Pages: 148-161

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Milner-Gulland EJ, Addison P, Arlidge WNS, Baker J, Booth H, Brooks T, Bull JW, Burgass MJ, Ekstrom J, zu Ermgassen SOSE, Fleming LV, Grub HMJ, von Hase A, Hoffmann M, Hutton J, Juffe-Bignoli D, ten Kate K, Kiesecker J, Kumpel NF, Maron M, Newing HS, Ole-Moiyoi K, Sinclair C, Sinclair S, Starkey M, Stuart SN, Tayleur C, Watson JEMet al., 2021, Four steps for the Earth: mainstreaming the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, ONE EARTH, Vol: 4, Pages: 75-87, ISSN: 2590-3330

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Burgman M, Addison PFE, Stephenson PJ, Bull JW, Carbone G, Burgass MJ, Gerber LR, Howard P, McCormick N, McRae L, Reuter K, Starkey M, Milner-Gulland EJet al., 2020, Bringing sustainability to life: A framework to guide biodiversity indicator development for business performance management, Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol: 29, Pages: 3303-3313, ISSN: 0964-4733

Biodiversity loss is a critical sustainability issue, and companies are beginning to seek ways to assess their biodiversity performance. Initiatives to date have developed biodiversity indicators for specific business contexts (e.g., spatial scales—from site, to product, to regional, or corporate scales); however, many are not widely translatable across different contexts making it challenging for businesses seeking indicators to manage their biodiversity performance. By synthesising the steps of common conservation and business decision‐making systems, we propose a framework to support more comprehensive development of quantitative biodiversity indicators, for a range of business contexts. The framework integrates experience from existing tried‐and‐tested conservation frameworks. We illustrate how our framework offers a pathway for businesses to assess their biodiversity performance and demonstrate responsible management by mitigating and reversing their biodiversity impacts and sustaining their dependencies, enabling them to demonstrate their contribution to emerging global biodiversity targets (e.g., Convention on Biological Diversity post‐2020 targets).

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