Pam Berry

Person's affiliation

Pam Berry has been involved in teaching Geography undergraduates in Oxford since 1978 and in particular papers on physical geography, biogeography and environmental issues. She is also involved in the Masters in Environmental Change and Management. She joined the Environmental Change Institute in 1992, a year after it was founded and is the Deputy Leader of its Terrestrial Ecology Group and a member of the School of Geography and Environment Biodiversity and Climate Adaptation research clusters.

She has held a number of editorial and advisory position including Book Review Editor for Journal of Biogeography and its sister publications and is on the Editorial Advisory Board of Environmental Science and Policy, CABI's Environmental Impact internet resource and the International Journal of Green Economics. She has been an international advisor for the University of British Columbia's GEOIDE project on “Future Visioning of Local Climate Change Scenarios with Integrated Geomatics/Visualization Systems, as well as being a Climate Change advisor to Earthwatch and an External advisor on the Board of Rothamsted's Centre for Bioenergy and Climate Change Strategy.

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Working paper

1 Jan 2017

Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) are solutions to societal challenges that are inspired and supported by nature. The European Commission requested the EKLIPSE project to help building up an evidence and knowledge base on the benefits and challenges of applying NBS. In response to the request, the...

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