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Brief biography

I was born in London and lived for the first half of my life in the UK. I went to school in Cambridge and then studied and worked in many parts of the UK before travelling to South America for what was supposed to be a short break in 1989. I ended up living in South America for 12 years (in Ecuador and Peru) before moving to Bremen in Germany, where I now live, in 2002.

I have a Diploma in Landscape Architecture (Leeds Polytechnic) and an MSc in Protected Landscape Management (University of Wales).

My career has included spells as a landscape gardener, landscape architect, nature reserves supervisor, manager of integrated conservation and development projects (in and around protected areas in South America), freelance environmental consultant to the NGO sector, and Associate Lecturer in environment and development studies at the Open University (UK).

When I was made redundant by the Open University in 2013, my part-time work as an editor, writer and translator became my full-time job.

On location in Peru. Rio Mapacho,  ca. 1995

 

Peer-reviewed publications

Flores CF, Halliday A, Bouroncle C, Catpo R (2013) “Lecciones aprendidas en diez años de silvicultura comunitaria en la zona de uso múltiple amazónica de la Reserva de Biosfera del Manu: una síntesis”. In: Groenendijk J. (ed) Reporte Manu II, p 344-368 http://tinyurl.com/zxydrp9

Arias Schreiber M, Halliday A (2013) “Uncommon among the commons? Disentangling the sustainability of the Peruvian anchovy fishery”. Ecology and Society 18(2):12 [online] URL: http://tinyurl.com/hchtfbo

Glaser M, Krause G, Ratter B, Welp M (eds) Halliday A (assoc ed) (2012) Human-nature interaction in the Anthropocene: potentials of social-ecological systems analysis. Routledge, New York

Tretter F, Halliday A (2012) “Modelling social-ecological systems – bridging the gap between natural and social sciences”. In: Glaser et al. (eds) op.cit.

Glaser M, Krause G, Halliday A, Glaeser B (2012) “Towards global sustainability analysis in the Anthropocene”. In: Glaser et al. (eds) op.cit.

Halliday A, Glaser M (2011) “A Management perspective on social-ecological systems: a system model and its application to a case study from Peru”. Human Ecology Review 18:1-19 http://tinyurl.com/jjduf9k

Halliday A, Mohan G (2007) Development intervention: analysis, planning and action. TU870 Capacities for managing development, Part 2. Open University, Milton Keynes

Halliday  A, Bouroncle C (2000) “Midiendo el éxito de proyectos integrados de conservación y desarrollo: el caso de la Reserva de Biosfera del Perú”. In: Miranda, C, Oetting I (eds) Experiencias de monitoreo socio-ambiental en reservas de la biosfera y otras areas protegidas en la amazonía. UNESCO, Bolivia.

Halliday  A, Bouroncle C (2000) Monitoring and evaluation case studies: the Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru. Published online by IUCN / Centro para la Investigación de la Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cali, Colombia

 

“Andrew Halliday became so important, not only for the English language editing he undertook on the entire – often somewhat “Germlish” manuscript, but also a co-author in Chapters 4 and 10 that the original editors agreed to name him Associate Editor. Special thanks are due for his tenacity, attention to detail and concise critiques and analytical inputs throughout.”
- From “Acknowledgements” to
Human-Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene