Clara Grilo

Ecological Expert
, University of Lisbon
Profile / Bio: 

Dr. Clara Grilo is a researcher at Center for Marine and Environment Studies at the University of Lisbon in Portugal. Her research involves ecological modelling and studying the effects of anthropogenic activities on landscapes and wildlife. Her work focusses on the processes and patterns of underlying species responses towards roads, namely on the effects of road networks on birds and mammals - effects such as behavior, abundance, genetic structure, risk of mortality, and population viability. 

She is the Executive Coordinator of the project on “Review of Red Book of Mammals in Portugal and evaluation of their conservation status” at the University of Lisbon. She is a co-founder of IUCN Latin American and Caribbean Transport Working Group


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Baseline Biodiversity Assessment and Safeguard Planning: Data Needs, Analyses and Outputs (The Narayanghat-Hetauda-Patlaiya Experience) 26 April 2022 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Capacity Development, Environment, Transport
Technical Demonstration of Mapping Critical Habitat Connectivity for Wildlife 13 July 2021 Slides Environment, Capacity Development, Transport