Nives Dolšak

Nives Dolšak

Nives Dolšak is a professor of sustainability sciences and the director of the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington. She studies how common pool resources are governed. She looks at the role of community action, social capital, market-based instruments, as well as traditional regulatory policies.

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Russia’s aggression threatens efforts to protect nature beyond Ukraine

By: , , and - February 23, 2023

The Russian invasion of Ukraine launched in February 2022 has sent economic, social and political shock waves around the world. In a newly published policy brief, we and other researchers and conservation scientists describe how these effects extend to biodiversity conservation efforts far beyond Ukraine. Animals, plants and ecosystems don’t recognize political boundaries, so protecting […]