Contact Dr Lucy Dablin

Background

Dr Lucy Dablin completed her PhD in 2020 “Designing silvopastoral systems for the Amazon: a framework for the evaluation of native species” with University College London and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Prior to this she completed an MSc Conservation Science at Imperial College London and a BSc in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management at the University of York. 

Lucy’s research is focused on the design of improved land management solutions that integrate agricultural production with the provision of other ecosystem services. Lucy has delivered research, rehabilitation and conservation projects across the Amazon Rainforest, and has a particular interest in agroforestry systems.

Current activities


Dr Dablin is a Research Fellow in Agroforestry and Mixed Farming Systems at Cranfield and is working on an EU project on agroforestry and mixed farming called AGROMIX. Her research considers how the social, economic and environmental aspects of agroforestry and mixed farming systems can improve resilience to climate change. Her research uses social and environmental modelling to develop innovative systems via stakeholder engagement for the adoption of agroforestry and mixed farming systems.