Ana Nuno

Interdisciplinary Conservation Researcher & Consultant


I currently hold a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship at NOVA University Lisbon (Portugal) and am an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Exeter (UK). I also work as a freelance consultant, using my skills to design, implement and assess impactful natural resource management and conservation interventions.

I conduct interdisciplinary work at the interface of social and natural science for addressing sustainability challenges, with a focus on better understanding social dimensions of resource use to inform conservation initiatives. I specialize in delivering collaborative research (e.g. with resource users, local and international NGOs, governmental agencies) with on-the-ground impact.

Within my research, I am particularly interested in the application of tools from multiple disciplines to conservation and in developing novel techniques to achieve a better understanding of the dynamics of social-ecological systems. My work focuses on bringing together ecological and social data into unified frameworks, as an essential way of fully understanding and addressing conservation issues.

Send me an email if you have any questions, suggestions or want to collaborate!