Libby Lunstrum is Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Global Studies, School of Public Service, Boise State University. Her research examines the political ecology of conservation — including green militarization, conservation-induced displacement, and the illegal wildlife trade (IWT) – along with the political ecology of international borders. Her work focuses on Southern Africa and North America with connections to Southeast Asia. She is the co-investigator of the project "Canadian Conservation in Global Context: Connections with Asia and Africa" with Robin Roth (Geography, Guelph) based at YCAR.
Keywords: Political ecology of conservation; green militarization; conservation-induced displacement; illegal wildlife trade; political ecology of international borders