Alice Hughes

Title/Affiliation: Associate Professor, University of Hong Kong, China
Topic:Why Conservation Science Matters, and How to Make It Count?

Alice Hughes is an associate professor at University of Hong Kong. Alice is the author over 100 papers. Alice also works with a number of NGOs, the Biodiversity committee of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the biodiversity special policy study of CCICED. Alice aims to ensure that biodiversity policy reflects the best of biodiversity science and works to actively communicate conservation standards and tools on a regional and global basis. Her work aims to span the gap between conservation science and conservation action, understanding the threats to diversity and analyzing effective targets to be developed which provide a practical path to stemming global and regional drivers of diversity loss, and maximizes synergies with climate goals and ecosystem service provision.

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