Tom Handley

Tom Handley writes for, where he has been interning since the fall of 2012. He has an undergraduate degree in geography from the University of Plymouth and a master's degree in conservation from University College London.

Handley's studies have taken him to the Beijing Forest Ecosystem Research Station in China, and to Montes de Toledo in Spain, where he researched the status of a relic Iberian Lynx population outside the two known refuges in the south of Spain.

Besides writing for, Handley also works for the Thames Estuary Partnership, helping to develop a conservation plan for London's iconic river.

Focus: Conservation, Environment, Science, Sustainability, China, Spain, United Kingdom, Asia, Europe

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Last Updated: Jun 04, 2013

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