|A review of the trade in orchids and its implications for conservation|
A Hinsley, HJ De Boer, MF Fay, SW Gale, LM Gardiner, RS Gunasekara, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 186 (4), 435-455, 2018
|Heterogeneity in consumer preferences for orchids in international trade and the potential for the use of market research methods to study demand for wildlife|
A Hinsley, D Verissimo, DL Roberts
Biological Conservation 190, 80-86, 2015
|Men ask more questions than women at a scientific conference|
A Hinsley, WJ Sutherland, A Johnston
PloS one 12 (10), e0185534, 2017
|Estimating the extent and structure of trade in horticultural orchids via social media|
A Hinsley, TE Lee, JR Harrison, DL Roberts
Conservation Biology 30 (5), 1038-1047, 2016
|Estimating the extent of CITES noncompliance among traders and end‐consumers; lessons from the global orchid trade|
A Hinsley, A Nuno, M Ridout, FAVS John, DL Roberts
Conservation Letters 10 (5), 602-609, 2017
|Illegal wildlife trade: scale, processes, and governance|
M ‘t Sas-Rolfes, DWS Challender, A Hinsley, D Veríssimo, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 44, 201-228, 2019
|Asking sensitive questions using the unmatched count technique: Applications and guidelines for conservation|
A Hinsley, A Keane, FAV St. John, H Ibbett, A Nuno
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 308-319, 2019
|Does the long-term success of REDD+ also depend on biodiversity?|
A Hinsley, A Entwistle, DV Pio
Oryx 49 (2), 216-221, 2015
|Net positive outcomes for nature|
JW Bull, EJ Milner-Gulland, PFE Addison, WNS Arlidge, J Baker, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (1), 4-7, 2020
|Illegal wildlife trade and the persistence of “plant blindness”|
JD Margulies, LA Bullough, A Hinsley, DJ Ingram, C Cowell, B Goettsch, ...
Plants, People, Planet 1 (3), 173-182, 2019
|Wildlife trade in the Amazon countries: an analysis of trade in CITES listed species|
P Sinovas, B Price, E King, A Hinsley, A Pavitt
Technical Report Prepared for the Amazon Regional Program, 2017
|Ten‐year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation|
T Jucker, B Wintle, G Shackelford, P Bocquillon, JL Geffert, T Kasoar, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (6), 1457-1463, 2018
|Motivations for the use and consumption of wildlife products|
L Thomas-Walters, A Hinsley, D Bergin, H Doughty, S Eppel, ...
|Building sustainability into the belt and road initiative’s traditional Chinese medicine trade|
A Hinsley, EJ Milner-Gulland, R Cooney, A Timoshyna, X Ruan, TM Lee
Nature Sustainability 3 (2), 96-100, 2020
|Emerging illegal wildlife trade issues: A global horizon scan|
N Esmail, BC Wintle, M t Sas‐Rolfes, A Athanas, CM Beale, Z Bending, ...
Conservation Letters, e12715, 2020
|The wild origin dilemma|
A Hinsley, DL Roberts
Biological Conservation 217, 203-206, 2018
|Quantifying the trade in wild-collected ornamental orchids in South China: Diversity, volume and value gradients underscore the primacy of supply|
SW Gale, P Kumar, A Hinsley, ML Cheuk, J Gao, H Liu, ZL Liu, ...
Biological Conservation 238, 108204, 2019
|Belt and Road Initiative may create new supplies for illegal wildlife trade in large carnivores|
MS Farhadinia, A Maheshwari, MA Nawaz, H Ambarlı, MA Gritsina, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (9), 1267-1268, 2019
|Inadequacies in establishing CITES trade bans|
D Challender, A Hinsley, E Milner-Gulland
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (4), 2019
|Making messy data work for conservation|
ADM Dobson, EJ Milner-Gulland, NJ Aebischer, CM Beale, R Brozovic, ...
One Earth 2 (5), 455-465, 2020