10 August 2022
My role is the development and leadership of a research programme focused on the application of plant and fungal science to human livelihoods and climate change adaptation, including health, food security and the restoration of natural capital.
- MA, Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, 1985
- PhD, University of Cambridge, 1999
Ter Steege, H. et al. (incl. W. Milliken) (2013).
Science 342: 1243092.
Pareyn, F., Milliken, W., Baracat, A., et al. (2013).
Cuidando da Caatinga.
Associação Plantas do Nordeste (APNE) & Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Barlow, J., Ewers, R. M., Anderson L., Aragao, L. E. O. C., Baker, T., Boyd E., Feldpausch T., Gloor E., Hall A., Malhi Y., Milliken, W., et al. (2011).
Using learning networks to understand complex systems: a case study of biological, geophysical and social research in the Amazon.
Biological Reviews. 86: 457 – 474.
Milliken, W., Zappi D., Sasaki D., Hopkins M. & Pennington, R. T. (2011).
Kew Bulletin 65(4): 691 – 709.
Whaley, O. Q, Beresford-Jones, D. G. Milliken, W., Orellana, A., Smyk, A. & Leguia, J. (2011)
Kew Bulletin 65(4): 613-641
Increasing access to Richard Spruce’s ethnobotanical collections as a resource for environmental change and indigenous knowledge.
Balancing conservation and livelihoods in the Chimanimani Forest belt, Mozambique
Conservation and sustainable development with communities in the Chimanimani forest belt.
Enhancing carbon sequestration and improving livelihoods in Mexico's shade-grown coffee plantations
Exploring the role of smallholder coffee farms and native tree species in the future of climate change, through carbon sequestration and local livelihoods.