Lisa Ingwall-King

Lisa Ingwall-King


Bio

Dr Lisa Ingwall King is an interdisciplinary environmental geographer that has a diverse background in research, capacity development and policy-making. She has worked in South America on both conservation and Indigenous community projects, with particular experience from her PhD work in Guyana. Since 2013, Lisa has worked at UN Environment- World Conservation Monitoring Centre, which is a research institute focusing on the science-policy interface. Much of her work has been in relation to ecosystem services and in support for progress on Multilateral Environmental Agreements, such as the Convention on Biological Diversity. Recently she has worked on developing a cultural ecosystem services module for the Toolkit for Ecosystem Services Site-based Assessment (TESSA), which allows for the more intangible cultural benefits people receive from nature to be assessed and evaluated in a qualitative way to inform decision-makers. Lisa is co-leader of The Darwin traditional knowledge project and is responsible for much of the policy and dissemination work the project will undertake.

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