Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao is an environmental scientist working on global governance for conserving migratory shorebirds. Given migratory birds often transit from country to country, their conservation requires transnational agreements. It is these agreements which interest Ed, appraising the effectiveness of such arrangements, non-state actors, and how they inform conservation policy and practice.
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