Moreno Di Marco
Dr Moreno Di Marco is a Rita Levi Montalcini Research Fellow at the Dept. of Biology and Biotechnologies of Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), where he leads the Biodiversity and Global Change lab (biodiversitychange.com). Dr Di Marco is a conservation biologist with a passion for addressing the challenges that global change poses to biodiversity. He is especially interested in developing quantitative techniques for addressing large-scale conservation problems, and evaluate how the solutions to these problems interact with the achievement of other societal goals (such as food production, climate change mitigation, improved human well-being). Since 2009 he has worked for Universities, NGOs, and GOs across Europe and Australia, collaborating with >300 researchers worldwide and producing >70 scientific articles which have influenced several international processes such as the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Key Biodiversity Area programme, the G20, the WWF Living Planet Report, the IPBES.