Dr. Adam Moolna is Lecturer in Environment and Sustainability at Keele University in England, where he is director of the Environmental Science, Environment and Sustainability, Ecology and Conservation, and Natural Sciences degree programmes. His current scholarship is around broad environmental sustainability, with a particular interest in Blue Economy related areas. As a UK-born Mauritian, Adam has a lifelong passion for Mauritius and the natural environment of the wider region. From teenage volunteering on Aldabra atoll in Seychelles, he went on to take a BSc Natural Sciences at Durham University, an MSc Conservation at University College London, and a PhD in Plant Sciences at Manchester University. After post-doctoral research at Oxford University and Manchester University, he managed the Island Conservation Society in Seychelles. Returning to the UK, Adam worked for an environmental consultancy and then the Wildlife Trusts before joining Keele. Research papers available at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Adam-Moolna/research and press articles for The Conversation at https://theconversation.com/profiles/adam-moolna-668247/articles.
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