050: Social impacts of marine conservation with David Gill

In this episode Michael spoke with David Gill, an assistant professor at Duke University’s Marine lab within the Nicholas School of the Environment. David and Michael spoke about David’s past experiences in the NGO sector, his postdoc experiences through the Smith Fellowship and at the National Social-Ecological Synthesis Center (SESYNC), and his more recent research at Duke on the heterogeneous impacts that marine conservation initiatives have on local groups.

David’s website: https://nicholas.duke.edu/people/faculty/gillPaper on conservation impacts that David and Michael discuss:  

Gill, David A., Samantha H. Cheng, Louise Glew, Ernest Aigner, Nathan J. Bennett, and Michael B. Mascia. 2019. Social Synergies, Tradeoffs, and Equity in Marine Conservation Impacts. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 44:347-372.

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