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Caroline Ward
Postdoctoral Researcher

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Biography

Caroline Ward is a post-doctoral researcher working on the relationships between socio-economic inequalities and the environment. Before starting at York, she worked at Leeds University on multiple projects linking local communities and conservation initiatives. Her PhD investigated local community participation in protected areas in Madagascar. Before starting her PhD at Leeds she completed an MSc in Conservation Science at Imperial College, and worked on numerous conservation projects around the world.

Her research interests lie in equitable conservation and exploring the impacts that conservation can have on local communities

Qualifications

  • PhD Environmental Social Science
  • MSc Conservation Science
  • BSc Zoology

Research

Overview

Caroline is an interdisciplinary environmental social scientist, interested in understanding the relationships between improving human well-being and achieving conservation goals.

Research group(s)

Publications

Selected publications

Caroline Ward's publications

External activities

Memberships

  • Society of Conservation Biology
  • Zoological Society of London
  • British Ecological Society

Media coverage

Contact details

Dr Caroline Ward
Postdoctoral Researcher

Tel: 01904 32(8990) Tue-Thurs