Topics in International Justice, Rights, and the Environment public seminar talks
- Monday, May 3, 2021 2:30 PM
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- Faculty/Staff, Students, Alumni/Friends
- Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment & Resources
Exclusionary heritage of Empire: the Chagos MPA in the British Indian Ocean Territory
Dr. Elizabeth De Santo, Franklin & Marshall College
Dr. Elizabeth De Santo is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Environmental Studies Program at Franklin & Marshall College, based in the Department of Earth and Environment. She is a human geographer with training in environmental law, history of international relations, environmental management, and marine zoology. Elizabeth's teaching and research focus on marine conservation and environmental governance, critically examining: (1) the efficacy of spatial approaches to conserving marine species and habitats, and (2) mechanisms for improving the science-policy interface in environmental decision-making. She is particularly interested in the challenges of effectively implementing Marine Protected Areas and biodiversity conservation worldwide.
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