Camila I. Donatti, Ph.D.

Director, Climate Change Adaptation, Nature-based Solutions, Moore Center for Science

Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English
Camila I. Donatti, Ph.D.
Director, Climate Change Adaptation, Nature-based Solutions, Moore Center for Science
Camila Donatti works at the science division at Conservation International. She conducts research to understand the direct and indirect impacts of climate change on ecosystem services and biodiversity and the role and potential of Ecosystem-based adaptation in helping people adapt to those changes.

Part of Camila’s work focuses on presenting and translating the results of this research to policy and decision makers. Camila has also experience addressing the impacts of human-driven activities on plant-animal interactions in the tropics. Camila holds a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, a master’s degree in Agroecosystems Ecology from University of São Paulo (Brazil) and an undergraduate degree in Ecology from São Paulo State University (Brazil).

Selected scientific papers

  • Donatti, C.I., Harvey, C.A., Martinez-Rodriguez, M.R., Vignola, R., Rodriguez C.M. 2016. What information do policy makers need to develop climate adaptation plans for smallholder farmers? The case of Central America and Mexico. Climatic change doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1787-x
  • Holland, M.B., Shamer, S.Z, Imbach, P., Zamora, J.C., Medellin, C., Hidalgo, E.J.L., Donatti, C.I., Martínez-Rodriguez, M.R., Harvey, C.A. 2016. Mapping adaptive capacity and smallholder agriculture: applying expert knowledge at the landscape scale. Climatic change doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1810-2
  • ​Bourne, A., Holness, S., Holden, P., Scorgie, S., Donatti, C.I., Midgley, G. 2016. A socio-ecological approach for identifying and contextualizing spatial ecosystem-baed adaptation priorities at the sub-national level. Plos One doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155235​​
  • ​Vignola, R., C.A. Harvey, P. Bautista-Solis, J. Avelino, B. Rapidel, C. Donatti and M.R. Martinez. 2015. Ecosystem-based adaptation for smallholder farmers: definitions, opportunities and constraints. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 126-132.
  • Segan, D.B., D.G. Hole, C.I. Donatti, C. Zganjar, S. Martin, S.H.M. Butchart, J.E.M. Watson. 2015. Considering the impact of climate change on human communities significantly alters the outcome of species and site-based vulnerability assessments. Diversity and Distributions 1-11.​​

Part of Camila’s work focuses on presenting and translating the results of this research to policy and decision makers. Camila has also experience addressing the impacts of human-driven activities on plant-animal interactions in the tropics. Camila holds a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, a master’s degree in Agroecosystems Ecology from University of São Paulo (Brazil) and an undergraduate degree in Ecology from São Paulo State University (Brazil).

Selected scientific papers

  • Donatti, C.I., Harvey, C.A., Martinez-Rodriguez, M.R., Vignola, R., Rodriguez C.M. 2016. What information do policy makers need to develop climate adaptation plans for smallholder farmers? The case of Central America and Mexico. Climatic change doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1787-x
  • Holland, M.B., Shamer, S.Z, Imbach, P., Zamora, J.C., Medellin, C., Hidalgo, E.J.L., Donatti, C.I., Martínez-Rodriguez, M.R., Harvey, C.A. 2016. Mapping adaptive capacity and smallholder agriculture: applying expert knowledge at the landscape scale. Climatic change doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1810-2
  • ​Bourne, A., Holness, S., Holden, P., Scorgie, S., Donatti, C.I., Midgley, G. 2016. A socio-ecological approach for identifying and contextualizing spatial ecosystem-baed adaptation priorities at the sub-national level. Plos One doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155235​​
  • ​Vignola, R., C.A. Harvey, P. Bautista-Solis, J. Avelino, B. Rapidel, C. Donatti and M.R. Martinez. 2015. Ecosystem-based adaptation for smallholder farmers: definitions, opportunities and constraints. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 126-132.
  • Segan, D.B., D.G. Hole, C.I. Donatti, C. Zganjar, S. Martin, S.H.M. Butchart, J.E.M. Watson. 2015. Considering the impact of climate change on human communities significantly alters the outcome of species and site-based vulnerability assessments. Diversity and Distributions 1-11.​​
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