About Resilient Conservation
We are a group of researchers working actively at the interface of science, policy and practice to enable innovative conservation outcomes in our fast-changing, multi-cultural world.
Resilient Conservation was founded, and is currently led, by Duan Biggs. This research group is based at the Environmental Futures Research Institute in the School of Environment and Science at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. We partner and collaborate with a wide range of practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers from around the world affiliated with WWF's Wildlife Crime Initiative, WWF US, WWF Brazil, the Luc Hoffmann Institute, the Southern African Program for Ecosystem Change and Society (SAPECS), and the Namibia Nature Foundation.