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YOUNG Juliette

YOUNG Juliette
Directrice de Recherche (DR2)
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Curriculum vitae 

2020-present     Directrice de Recherche (DR2) INRAE

2019 - 2022        Tenure Track I-SITE-BFC fellow, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté
2010 - 2020     Directrice de recherche en socio-écologie, NERC-CEH, Edinburgh, UK (Band 4)
2002 - 2010        Socio-écologue, NERC-CEH, Banchory, UK (Bands 7-5)
2020-present    Selected national expert for the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for  Biodiversity and Ecosystem services) expert working group on scoping of the thematic assessment of transformative change
2016-present    Founding member of the IUCN-SSC Task Force on Human-Wildlife Conflict
2016-present    Selected UK delegate for the European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy
2014-present    Selected IPBES national expert representing the UK and coordinating lead author for    Deliverable 4c (Catalogue for Policy Tools and Methodologies)


Research activities

I have a background in both ecology and political science, which is a useful blend in terms of my research interests, namely studying the conflicts between biodiversity conservation and other human activities; and improving the interface between science, policy and society. I am currently on an ISITE fellowship with the Université de Bourgogne Franche Comté, based at INRAE in Dijon, studying the role of conflict transformation in addressing the agricultural crisis.



PhD supervision :
2020-ongoing    Iravatee Majgaonkar “The impact of social stressors linked to agriculture on pastoralist-carnivore coexistence in India”
2019-ongoing    Elaine Azzopardi “Understanding the multiple roles of culture in valuing ecosystems and their services”
2017-ongoing    Ms Kathryn Scobie “Optimising rodent control strategies in Madagascar agricultural systems through targeted community actions”
2016-ongoing    Ms Petra Lackova “The adaptive management of sea-eagle conflicts”
2015-2019         Dr Isla Hodgson. “Predators, tolerance and conflict: Understanding the drivers of raptor conflict in Scotland”
2014- 2018        Dr Chris Pollard. “Linking game theory and structured decision making for the resolution of conservation conflicts”


social ecology, environmental political science, conflicts, science-policy interface. 



Asaaga, F., Rahman, M., Kalegowda, S.D., Mathapati, J., Savanur, I., Srinivas, P.N., Seshadri, T., Narayanswamy, D., Kiran, S.K., Oommen, M.A., Young, J.C., Purse, B.V. ‘None of my ancestors ever discussed this disease before!’ How disease information shapes adaptive capacity of marginalised rural populations to Kyasanur Forest Disease in India. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.
Bohan, D.A., Schmucki, R., Abay, A.T., Termansen, M., Bane, M., Charalabidis, A., Cong, R., Derocles, S.A.P., Dorner, Z., Gibert, C., Harrower, C., Forster, M., Oudoire, G., Therond, O., Young, J., Zalai, M., Pocock, M.J.O. Designing farmer acceptable rotations that assure ecosystem service provision in the face of climate change. In: ‘The Future of Agricultural Landscapes’ - Advances in Ecological Research, (64).
Sharma, K., Fiechter, M., George, T., Young, J., Alexander, J., Bijoor, A., Suryawanshi, K., Mishra, C. 2020. Conservation and people: towards an ethical code of conduct for the use of camera traps in wildlife research. Ecological Solutions and Evidence.
Cox, T.; Butler, J., Webber, A.; Young, J. 2020. The ebb and flow of adaptive co-management: a longitudinal evaluation of a conservation conflict. Environmental Science and Policy 114: 453-460.
Skrimizea, E., Lecuyer, L., Bunnefeld, N., Butler, J.R.A., Fickel, T., Hodgson, I., Holtkamp, C., Marzano, M., Parra, C., Pereira, L., Petit, S., Pound, D., Rodríguez, I., Ryan, P., Staffler, J., Vanbergen, A.J., Van den Broeck, P., Wittmer H. & Young, J.C. 2020. Sustainable agriculture: Recognizing the potential of conflict as a positive driver for transformative change, In: ‘The Future of Agricultural Landscapes’ - Advances in Ecological Research, (63),
Vanbergen, A.J., Aizen, M.A., Cordeau, S., Garibaldi, L.A., Garratt, M.P.D., Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Lecuyer, L., Ngo, H.T., Potts, S., Settele, J., Skrimizea, E., Young, J.C. 2020. Transformation of agricultural landscapes in the Anthropocene: Nature’s contributions to people, agriculture and food security. Advances in Ecological Research.
Bellanger, M., Speir, C., Blanchard, F., Brooks, K., Butler, J., Crosson, S., Fonner, R., Holland, D.S., Kuikka, S., Le Gallic, B., Gourguet, S., Lent, R., Libecap, G., Lipton, D., Luisetti, T., Nayak, P., Reid, D., Scemama, P., Stephenson, R., Thébaud, O., Young, J. 2020. Addressing marine and coastal governance conflicts at the interface of multiple sectors and jurisdictions. Frontiers in Marine Science.
Salvatori, V., Balian, E., Blanco, J.C., Ciucci, P., Demeter, L., Hartel, T., Marsden, K., Redpath, S.M., von Korff, Y., Young, J.C. 2020. Applying participatory processes to address conflicts over the conservation of large carnivores: understanding conditions for successful management. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 182.
Young, J.C., McCluskey, A., Kelly, S.B.A., O’Donoghue, B., Donaghy, A.M., Colhoun, K., McMahon, B.J. 2020. A transdisciplinary approach to a conservation crisis: A case study of Eurasian curlew (Numenius arquata) in Ireland. Conservation and Practice.
Gosselin, F., Galanaki, A., Vandewalle, M., Van Dijke, J., Varumo, L., Ventocilla, J., Watt, A., Young, J. 2020. Key
messages from the scientific community for the EU post 2020 Biodiversity Strategy - elaboration of the Multi-phased, iterative and consultative elicitation of scientific expertise (MICESE) method. Sustainability 12: 2385.
Purse, B.V., Darshan, N., Kasabi, G., Gerard, F., Samrat, A., George, C., Vanak, A., Oommen, M., Mujeeb, R., Burthe, S., Young, J., Srinivas, P.N., Schäfer S.M., Henrys, P.A., Sandhya, V.K., Chanda M.M., Murhekar, M.V., Hoti S.L., Kiran, S.K. 2020. Predicting disease risk areas through co-production of spatial models: the example of Kyasanur Forest Disease in India’s forest landscapes. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 14
(4): e0008179.
Ainsworth, G.B., Redpath, S.M., Wernham, C.V., Wilson, M.W., Young, J.C. 2020. Integrating scientific and local ecological knowledge to address conservation conflicts: towards a practical framework based on lessons learned from a Scottish case study. Environmental Science and Policy 107: 46-55.
Coz, D. & Young, J.C. 2020. Conflicts over rewilding: learning from the reintroduction of beavers to Scotland. People and Nature 2: 406-419.
Sarkki, S., Balian, E., Heink, U., Keune, H., Nesshoever, C., Niemela, J., Tinch, R., Van de Hove, S., Watt, A., Waylen K., Young, J.C. 2020. Managing science-policy interfaces for impact: Interactions within the environmental governance meshwork. Environmental Science and Policy 113: 21-30.
Vanbergen, A.J., Potts, S.G., Vian, A.E., Malkemper, P., Young, J.C., Tscheulin, T. 2019. Risk to pollinators from anthropogenic electro-magnetic radiation (EMR): evidence and knowledge gaps. Science of the Total Environment.
Ainsworth, A., Kenter, J., O'Connor, S., Daunt, F., Young, J.C. 2019. A fulfilled human life: sense of place and cultural identity in the marine environment. Ecosystem Services.
Bonsu, N.A., McMahon, B.J., Meijer, S., Young, J.C., Keane, A., Ní Dhubháin, A. 2019. Conservation Conflict: Managing Forestry versus Hen Harrier Species under Europe's Birds Directive. Journal of Environmental Management 252, 109676. 9 pp.
Pollard, C., Redpath, S., Bussiere, L., Keane, A., Thompson, D., Young, J., Bunnefeld, N. 2019. The impact of uncertainty on cooperation intent in a conservation conflict. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Sarkki, S., Balian, E., Heink, U., Keune, H., Nesshoever, C., Niemela, J., Tinch, R., Van de Hove, S., Watt, A., Waylen K., Young, J.C. 2019. Managing science-policy interfaces for impact: Interactions within the environmental governance meshwork. Environmental Science and Policy.
Hodgson, I.D., Redpath, S., Fischer, A., Young, J. 2019. Who knows best? Understanding the use of research-based knowledge in conservation conflicts. Journal of Environmental Management 231: 1065–1075.
Hauck, J., Vadineanu, A., Schleyer, C., Görg, C., Veerkamp, C., Primmer, E., Bela, G., Dick, J., Priess, J., Young, J., Berry, P., Harrison, P., Alkemade, R., Dunford, R., Haines-Young, R. 2019. Combining policy analyses, exploratory scenarios, and integrated modelling to assess land use policy options. Environmental Science and Policy 94: 202-210.
Watt, A.D., Ainsworth, G., Balian, E., Cojocaru, G., Darbi, M., Dicks, L., Eggermont, H., Furman, F., Goudeseune, L., Huybrecht, P., Kelemen, E., Koch, F., Konstantinou, Z., Livoreil, B., Locher-Krause, K., Lux, A., Lyytimäki , J., Mehring, M., Neßhöver, C., Paloniemi, R., Saarela, S-R., Saarikoski, H., Sousa Pinto, I., Vandewalle, M., Varjopuro, R., Varumo, L., Wittmer, H., Young, J.C. 2019. EKLIPSE: engaging knowledge holders and networks for evidence-informed European policy on biodiversity and ecosystem services. Evidence and Policy 15(2): 253-264.
Hodgson, I.D., Redpath, S., Fischer, A., Young, J. 2018. Fighting talk: Organisational discourses of the conflict over raptors and grouse moor management in Scotland. Land Use Policy 77: 332–343.
Young, J.C., & Rose, D.C., Mumby, H., Benitez-Capistros, F., Derrick, C. J., Finch, T., Garcia, C., Home., C., Marwaha, E., Morgans, C., Parkinson, S., Shah, J., Wilson, K., Mukherjee, N. 2018. A methodological guide to using interviews in conservation science research. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9(1): 10-19.
White, R., Young, J.C., Marzano, M., Leahy, S. 2018. Prioritising stakeholder engagement for forest health, across spatial, temporal and governance scales, in an era of austerity. Forest Ecology and Management 417: 313-322
Young. J.C., Marzano, M., Quine, C.P., Ambrose-Oji, B. 2018. Working with decision-makers for resilient forests: A case study from the UK. Forest Ecology and Management 417: 291-300.
Carmen, E., Watt, A., Carvalho, L., Dick, J., Garcia-Blanco, G., Grizzetti, B., Hauck, J., Izakovicova, Z., Kopperoinen, L., Liquete, C., Odee, D.,  Steingröver, E., Young, J.C. 2018. Knowledge needs for the operationalisation of the concept of ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services 29: 441-451.
Saarikoski, H., Schleyer, C., Primmer, E., Aszalós, R., Baró, F., Berry, P., Garcia Blanko, G., Goméz-Baggethun, E., Carvalho, L., Dick, J., Dunford, R., Hanzu, M., Izakovicova, Z., Kertész, M., Kopperoinen, L., Köhler, B., Langemeyer, J., Liquete, C., Luque, S., Mederly, P., Niemelä, J., Palomo, I., Martinez Pastur, G., Peri, P., Preda, E., Priess, J., Saarela, S.-R., Turkelboom, F., Vadineanu, A., Verheyden, W., Vikström, S., Young, J.C. 2018. Institutional challenges in putting ecosystem services in practice. Ecosystem Services 29: 579-598.
Bouwma, I., Schleyer, C., Primmer, E., Winkler, K., Berry, P., Young, J., Carmen, E., Špulerová, J., Bezák, P., Preda, E., Vadineanu, A. 2018. Adopting a new concept: Ecosystem Services in EU policies. Ecosystem Services 29: 213-222.
Tinch, R., Balian, E., Carss, D., Ezzine de Blas, D., Geamana, N.A., Keune, H., Neßhöver, C., Niemelä, J., Sarkki, S., Thibon, M., Timaeus, J., Vadineanu, A., van den Hove, S., Watt, A.D., Waylen, K., Wittmer, H., Young, J. 2018. Science-Policy Interfaces for Biodiversity: dynamic learning environments for successful impact. Biodiversity and Conservation 27(7): 1679–1702.
Carmen, E., Watt, A.D., Young, J.C. 2018. Arguing for biodiversity in practice from the national to the local: A case study from the UK. Biodiversity and Conservation 27(7): 1599–1617.
Howard, B., Braat, L.C., Bugter, R.J.F., Carmen, E., Hails, R.S., Watt, A.D, Young, J.C. 2018. Taking stock of the spectrum of arguments for biodiversity. Biodiversity and Conservation 27(7), 1561-1574.
Mishra, C., Young, J.C., Fiechter, M., Rutherford, B., Redpath, S.M. 2017. Building partnerships with communities for biodiversity conservation: lessons from Asian mountains. Journal of Applied Ecology 54, 1583–1591.
Redpath, S., Linnell, J., Festa-Bianchet, M., Boitani, L., Bunnefeld, N., Dickman, A., Gutiérrez, R., Irvine, J. Johansson, M., Majić, A., McMahon, B., Pooley, S., Sandström, C., Sjölander-Lindqvist, A., Skogen, K., Swenson, J., Trouwborst, A., Young, J.C., Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2017. Don’t forget to look down - collaborative approaches to predator conservation. Biological Reviews 92 (4): 2157-2163.
Bela, G., Peltola, T., Young, J.C., Arpin, I., Balázs, B., Hauck, J. Pataki, G., Kopperoinen, L., Herzele, A., Keune, H., Kelemen, E., Hecker, S., Suskevics, M., Roy, H., Itkonen, P., Kylvik, M., László, M., Basnau, C., Pino, J., Bonn, A. 2016. Learning and transformative potential of citizen science. Conservation Biology 30(5): 9990-999.
Balian, EV, Druis, L, Eggermont, H, Livoreil, B, Vandewalle, M, Vandewoestjine, S, Wittmer, H, Young, J. 2016. Supporting evidence-based policy on biodiversity and ecosystem services: recommendations for effective policy briefs. Evidence & Policy 12 (3): 431–51.
Nesshöver, C., Vandewalle, M., Wittmer, H., Balian, E.V., Carmen, E., Geijzendorffer, I.R., Görg, C., Jongman, R., Livoreil, B., Santamaria, L., Schindler, S., Settele, J., Sousa Pinto, I., Török, K., van Dijk, J., Watt, A., Young, J.C., Zulka, K.P. & the KNEU Project Team. 2016. The Network of Knowledge approach – improving the science and society dialogue on biodiversity and ecosystem services in Europe. Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (7): 1215-1233.
Young, J.C., Thompson, D., Moore, P., MacGugan, A., Watt, A.D., Redpath, S.M. 2016. A conflict management tool for conservation agencies. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(3): 705-711. 
Young, J.C., Searle, K.R., Butler, A., Simmons, P., Watt, A.D., Jordan, A. 2016. The role of trust in the resolution of conservation conflicts. Biological Conservation 195: 196-202.
Carmen, E., Nesshöver, C., Saarikoski, H., Vandewalle, M., Watt, A. Wittmer, H., Young, J.C. 2015. Creating a biodiversity science community: Experiences from a European Network of Knowledge. Environmental Science and Policy 54: 497–504.
Butler, J.R.A., Young, J.C., McMyn, I., Leyshon, B., Graham, I.M., Walker, I., Baxter, J. & Warburton, C. 2015. Evaluating adaptive co-management as conservation conflict resolution: learning from seals and salmon. Journal of Environmental Management 160: 212-225.
Sarkki, S., Tinch, R., Niemelä, J., Heink, U., Waylen, K., Timaeus, J., Young, J., Watt, A., Neßhöver, C., van den Hove, S. 2015. Adding ‘iterativity’ to the credibility, relevance, legitimacy: A novel scheme to highlight dynamic aspects of science–policy interfaces. Environmental Science and Policy. Environmental Science & Policy 54: 505–512.
Redpath, S.M., Bhatia, S., Young, J.C. 2015. Tilting at wildlife – reconsidering Human-Wildlife Conflict. Oryx 49(2): 222 – 225.
Waylen, K. and Young, J. 2014. Expectations and experiences of diverse forms of knowledge use: the case of the UK National Ecosystem Assessment. Environment and Planning C Special Issue “Embedding an Ecosystems Approach? The utilisation of ecological knowledges in decision-making” 32, 229 -246.
Young, J.C., Waylen, K., Sarkki, S., Albon, S., Bainbridge, I., Balian, E., Edwards, D., Davidson, J., Fairley, R., Margerison, C., McCracken, D., Owen, R., Quine, C., Stewart-Roper, C., Thompson, D., Tinch, R., van den Hove, S., Watt, A. 2014. Improving science-policy dialogue to meet the challenges of biodiversity conservation: having conversations rather than talking at one-another. Biodiversity and Conservation 23(2): 387-404.
Sarkki, S., Niemelä, J., Tinch, R., van den Hove, S., Watt, A.D, Young, J.C. 2014. Balancing credibility, relevance and legitimacy: A critical assessment of trade-offs in science–policy interfaces. Science & Public Policy 41 (2): 194-206.
Nesshöver, C., Timaeus, J., Wittmer, H., Krieg. A., Geamana, N., van den Hove, S., Young, J., Watt, A. 2013. Improving the science-policy interface of biodiversity research projects. Gaia 22(2): 99-103.
Young, J., Jordan, A., Searle, K.R., Butler, A., Simmons, P. 2013. Framing scale in participatory biodiversity management may contribute to more sustainable solutions. Conservation Letters 6(5): 333-340.
Redpath, S., Young, J., Evely, A., Adams, W.M., Sutherland, W.J., Whitehouse, A., Amar, A., Lambert, R., Linnell, J., Watt, A.D.  2013. Understanding and managing conflicts in biodiversity conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28(2): 100-109.
Young, J., Jordan, A., Searle, K.R., Butler, A., Chapman, D., Simmons, P., Watt, A.D. 2013. Does stakeholder involvement really benefit biodiversity conservation? Biological Conservation 158: 359-370.
Young, J., Butler, J.R.A., Jordan, A., Watt, A.D. 2012. Less government intervention in biodiversity management: Risks and opportunities. Biodiversity and Conservation 21(4): 1095-1100.
Young, J., Marzano, M., White, R.M., McCracken, D.I., Redpath, S.M., Carss, D.N., Quine, C.P., Watt, A.D.  2010. The emergence of biodiversity conflicts from biodiversity impacts: characteristics and management strategies. Biodiversity & Conservation 19(14): 3973-3990.
Young, J. and Marzano, M. 2010. Embodied interdisciplinarity: What is the role of polymaths in environmental research? Environmental Conservation 37(4): 373-375.
Anton, C.*, Young, J.*, Musche, M., Harrison, P.A., Feld, C.K., Harrington, R., Haslett, J.R., Pataki, G., Rounsevell, M.D.A., Sousa, J.P., Sykes, M.T., Watt, A.D., Settele, J. 2010. Research needs for incorporating the ecosystem service approach into EU biodiversity conservation policy. Biodiversity & Conservation 19(10): 2979-2994.
Mauz, I., Fischer, A., Langers, F., Young, J., Bednar-Friedl, B., Grünberger, S., Musceleanu, O. 2009. Perceiving biodiversity changes in daily life: Insights from an exploratory survey across Europe. Eco.mont Journal of protected mountain areas research 1(2): 39-45.
Buijs, A., Fischer, A. Rink, D. and Young, J. 2008. Looking beyond superficial knowledge gaps: Understanding public representations of biological diversity. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 4: 65-80.
Henle, K., Alard, D., Clitherow, J., Cobb, P., Firbank, L., Kull, T., McCracken, D., Moritz, R.F.A., Niemelä, J., Rebane, M., Wascher, D., Watt, A., Young, J. 2008. Identifying and managing the conflicts between agriculture and biodiversity conservation in Europe – a review. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 124 (1-2): 60-71.
Young, J., Richards, C., Fischer, A., Halada, L., Kull, T., Kuzniar, A., Tartes, U., Uzunov, U. and Watt, A. 2007. Conflicts between biodiversity conservation and human activities in the Central and Eastern European Countries. Ambio 36(7): 545-550.
Fischer, A. and Young, J. 2007. Understanding mental constructs of biodiversity: implications for biodiversity management and conservation. Biological Conservation 136: 271-282.
Brooker, R., Young, J. and Watt, A. 2007. Climate change and biodiversity: impacts and policy development challenges - A European case study. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management, 3(1): 12-30
Young, J., Watt, A., Nowicki, P., Alard, D., Clitherow, J., Henle, K., Johnson, R., Laczko, E., McCracken, D., Matouch, S., Niemelä, J. 2005. Towards sustainable land use: identifying and managing the conflicts between human activities and biodiversity conservation in Europe. Biodiversity and Conservation, 14(7): 1641-1661.
Niemelä, J., Young, J., Alard, D., Askasibar, M., Henle, K., Johnson, R., Kurttila, M., Larsson, T-B., Matouch, S., Nowicki, P., Paiva, R., Portoghesi, L., Smulders, R., Stevenson, A., Tartes, U. and Watt, A. 2005. Identifying and managing conflicts between forest conservation and other human activities in Europe. Forest Policy and Economics 7: 877-890.


Principaux contrats :


2019-2022 : PI Delivering sustainable agriculture through transformational conflict science (TRANSFORM) – France ANR I-SITE-BFC International Junior Fellowship (€450,000).                                    

2019-2020 : Co-PI Integrating participatory approaches and traditional models to strengthen One Health responses to zoonotic diseases in India's changing environments UK - GCRF/ MRC (€236,951).                

2017-2021 : “Service contract for the establishment of regional/local platforms on coexistence between people and large carnivores” and service contract “Support to additional regional/local platforms on coexistence between people and large carnivores” – EC LIFE projects                                                               

2017-2020 : Co-PI Optimising forest benefits whilst minimising impacts of emerging zoonotic diseases: co-developing an interdisciplinary tool for forests in India UK - GCRF/ MRC (€656,400)                                       

2016-2020 : PI&PM Establishing a European Knowledge and Learning Mechanism to Improve the Policy-Science-Society Interface on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (EKLIPSE) - European Commission (€3Million)                                                                                                                                                                     

2015-2018 : Co-PI Collaborative conflict management for community livelihoods & snow leopard conservation UK - Darwin Initiative (€291,000)                                                                                                     

2014-2015 : Co-PI Understanding Predation - Scottish Natural Heritage (£207,000)                            

2014-2017 : Co-PI Promoting resilience of UK tree species to novel pests and pathogens: ecological and evolutionary solutions (PROTREE) – BBSRC (£269,535)                                                                                        

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