I am a Ph.D. fellow at the Global Mammal Assessment, Sapienza Università di Roma. I’m working in Key Biodiversity Areas.
My research interests include strategic conservation planning, spatial analysis, time series analysis and remote sensing.

Covid-19 and biodiversity one year later

Photo by Jue Huang on Unsplash One year ago, the world stood still due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the virus spread inexorably, and most of the world was in lockdown. As a society, those were traumatic and confusing days. The uncertainties regarding what was happening and what was going to happen were immense. In this context, we tried to find positive and comforting messages to calm our unsettling feelings. One of the first messages we heard in the media was 'nature is healing its ...

Corporation and conservation partnership

COP 25 is taking place right now in Madrid, and we can observe big corporations sponsoring all types of events. Among them is Endesa, an energy company responsible for 10% of the emissions in Spain1. Big corporations sponsoring environmental events is common, and more and more they are present in the environmental debates and the decision-making platforms. Another context where we can see this controversial involvement is in the donation-based partnership between conservation and NGOs. This article ...