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Prof Georgina Mace
Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research (CBER)
GEE, Medawar Building
UCL
London
WC1E 6BT
Appointment
  • Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems
  • Genetics, Evolution & Environment
  • Div of Biosciences
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
Biography

Georgina Mace is Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems and Director of the UCL Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research (CBER). She joined UCL in 2012 from Imperial College where she was Director of the NERC Centre for Population Biology. Her research interests are in measuring the trends and consequences of biodiversity loss and ecosystem change. She led the development of criteria for listing species on IUCN’s Red List of threatened species, and was a coordinating lead author for biodiversity in the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (www.maweb.org). Recently she has worked on the UK National Ecosystem Assessment (uknea.unep-wcmc.org/), was a co-investigator on the NERC Valuing Nature Network, and Associate Director of the Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation Programme, funded by DfID, NERC and ESRC (www.espa.ac.uk). She was elected FRS in 2002, and was the 2007 winner of the international Cosmos prize. She was President of the Society for Conservation Biology from 2007-2009, and President of the British Ecological Society from 2011-2013. Currently she is  a NERC Council member, member of the Council of the Royal Society, and Chair of the science committee for the DIVERSITAS global change research programme.

Research Groups
Research Summary

Current research interests are in measuring the trends and consequences of biodiversity loss and ecosystem change, especially in the context of climate and other global changes. In particular:

- measuring biodiversity change

- natural capital assessment, especially to consider ecological and ecosystem processes.


Academic Background
1979 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Ecology University of Sussex
1976 BSc Bachelor of Science – Zoology University of Liverpool
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