Hannah Branwood is Project Officer and Trainer within LJMU's Natural Capital Hub.
Her role involves coordinating and managing a training programme with the aim of embedding a natural capital approach into policy and decision making.
Working with key stakeholders and partners, including local government and government agencies, the Natural Capital Hub carry out research and facilitate knowledge exchange in this rapidly evolving natural capital space. The Hub is also working to develop a pipeline of green skills in order to accelerate nature's recovery and support green economic growth. Hannah is working to build these relationships and introduce, to a range of audiences, the multiple benefits that can be brought about through the restoration of nature.
She is also currently completing an MPhil in conservation ecology under the supervision of Dr Sarah Dalrymple.
Title: Past, present and future of disjunct distributions: applying a spatially explicit modelling approach to understand the causes of disjunct distributions and the implications for climate change vulnerability.”
2017, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc in Wildlife Conservation
Other Professional Activity:
Using, and generating, evidence to improve conservation translocations (2021) Part of a series of lectures on evidence-based conservation. Dalrymple S.E., McNeill M., Branwood H., & Bellis J. Available at: https://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/applied-ecology-resources/about-aer/additional-resources/evidence-in-conservation-teaching/. 2021
Picton Poets. Illustrated talk and creative workshops for various primary schools in Liverpool City Region. Project partner. https://www.shrinkingspace.com/climate-environment/climateliteracy. 2019