- University of Hawaii
For over two decades, Supin has engaged in capacity-building and provided technical support for projects that employ social science to ensure that communities are benefitted and safeguarded by nature conservation and natural resource management. In working with communities, she begins with consultations that enable understanding local contexts, needs and approaches. Her work with communities and local partners deepens as these initial consultations develop into long-term collaboration.
McKinnon, M., S. H. Cheng, S. Dupre, J. Edmond, R. Garside, L. Glew, M. B. Holland, E. Levine, Y. J. Masuda, D. C. Miller, I. Oliveira, J. Revenaz, D. Roe, S. Shamer, D. Wilkie, S. Wongbusarakum and E. Woodhouse. 2016. What are the effects of nature conservation on human well-being? A systematic map of empirical evidence from developing countries. Enviornmental Evidence 5:8. DOI: 10.1186/s13750-016-0058-7. (link )
Bottrill, M., S. H. Cheng, R. Garside, S. Wongbusarakum, D. Roe, M. B. Holland, J. Edmond and W. R. Turner. 2014. What are the impacts of nature conservation interventions on human well-being: a systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence 3:16. DOI: 10.1186/2047-2382-3-16. (link )