Ross Shackleton is a researcher interested in issues surrounding regional and global environmental change, in particular, how change affects biodiversity, ecosystems and human well-being. He is interested in both the theoretical issues driving change and its effects, but also more practically what this means for management, policy and the governance of the environment. His research uses mixed methods to produce a holistic understanding of change, and he often works within trans or interdisciplinary teams. Most of his work focuses on invasive alien species, environmental management and conservation.
Edited by Agustina Barros, Ross Shackleton, Lisa Rew, Cristobal Pizarro and Anibal Pauchard