BSc (Life Sciences), Certificate in Teacher Education, MSc (Environmental Policy and Management)
Leon Radix has dedicated his entire career to teaching, with eighteen years’ experience serving Grenada’s public school as a biology teacher. He joined St. George’s University in 2015 as an instructor in the Department of Biology, Ecology, and Conservation. He graduated from St. George’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences and shortly after completed a Masters in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Leon’s research interest cuts across agriculture, mangrove restoration, community-focused conservation and entomology. Currently he is working towards his PhD and is being supervised by Chris Short and Dr Philip Staddon of the CCRI. He is also active in the development and implementation of conservation management policies. He contributes to the work of several non-governmental agencies functioning in Grenada and the wider Caribbean. He is the outgoing president of Gaea Conservation Network, a member of the Board of Directors of Ocean Spirits, and a St. George’s University representative on the National Marine Protected Areas Advisory Board. One of his most recent contributions focused on habitat restoration of a mangrove system in St. Vincent and he has been a lead researcher in many watershed management consultancies in Grenada.
MINAGRIS, an EU-funded project which launches today, will explore how plastic debris is affecting soil biodiversity, soil functions, related ecosystem services, and agricultural productivity.
e Ingram, Jane Mills, Matt Reed, and Charlotte Chivers of the CCRI were recently involved in delivering two sessions at Eurosoil 2021.
The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference takes place from Tuesday 31 August to Friday 3 September 2021 and two researchers from CCRI will contribute to the online event.
CCRI’s Dr Julie Urquhart has been appointed to the newly formed Trees and Woodlands Scientific Advisory Group (TAW-SAG), established to provide expert scientific input to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) to inform the England tree planting programme.
Defra have published CCRI research how professional fishers and recreational anglers participate in the management and science of fisheries in England.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Matt Reed as the CCRI’s new Director.