About Scott Ashley Grey Hartle
I am a conservation biologist, with proven experience in research development, project management and field research. To date, most of my experience relates to biodiversity in human-modified landscapes. I am devoted to understanding the impact of human-modified landscapes on biodiversity but also the role they play in conservation. My primary areas of focus include multifunctional land management, sustainable agriculture and biodiversity conservation. I am adamant that we can develop and foster land-use practices that provide communities with sustainable livelihoods, whilst conserving local and regional biodiversity.
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Senior Quality Officer & Project Manager, HCV Resource Network
Member, SCB; IUCN-CEC ; IUCN-CEM: IUCN-WCPA
PhD Candidate, University of Sheffield
Currently unemployed, Currently Unemployed