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University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

Promoting collaborative research on biodiversity conservation and its impacts

Studying at Cambridge

 

Dr David Christian Rose

by Alison Harvey last modified Jul 25, 2016 11:36 AM

My PhD research (submitted) investigated knowledge/policy interactions in the context of climate change and nature conservation. I am now based at the Zoology department as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Conservation Science Group, where I am working on a DEFRA-funded project into sustainable intensification.


Departments and Institutes

Geography:
Zoology:

Keywords

  • sustainable agriculture
  • storytelling
  • sustainability
  • climate change
  • politics of conservation
  • policy
  • climate change adaptation
  • framing
  • phronesis
  • Landscape approaches
  • evidence-informed policy
  • science/policy

Key Publications

  • Rose, D. C. (2014) 'Five ways to enhance the impact of climate science', Nature Climate Change 4: 522-524
  • Rose, D. C. (2014) 'Boundary Work', Nature Climate Change 4:1038 
  • Rose, D. C. (in press) 'The case for policy relevant conservation science', Conservation Biology