Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Management: Bridging Science, Policy, and Practice


  • Basharat Qureshi COMSATS University Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan Author
  • Bushra Jamil University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan Author


Biodiversity conservation, Ecosystem management, Multidisciplinary perspectives, Interdisciplinary collaboration, Sustainable development, Conservation policy, Socio-economic dimensions, Ecological resilience, Global governance, Case studies


Biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management are complex challenges that require integrated approaches from multiple disciplines. This paper explores the multidisciplinary perspectives essential for effective conservation efforts, encompassing ecological, socio-economic, and policy dimensions. Drawing upon diverse fields such as ecology, economics, sociology, and political science, this study elucidates the interconnectedness of biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management with human well-being, sustainable development, and global governance. Through a synthesis of theoretical frameworks, empirical evidence, and case studies, it highlights the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration in addressing pressing conservation issues and achieving long-term sustainability goals. The paper concludes with recommendations for enhancing interdisciplinary research, policy formulation, and on-the-ground conservation practices.