Zsolt Molnár, DSc
Traditional Ecological Knowledge Research Group
Ethnogeobotany, ethnoecology, traditional ecological knowledge related to vegetation and habitats - Actual vegetation mapping of the territory of Hungary (MÉTA) - Historical landscape ecology
– botanist, ethnoecologist
– member of the IPBES(link is external) Indigenous and Local Knowledge(link is external) Task Force
– Coordinating Lead Author in the IPBES(link is external) Global Assessment
– Leader of the Research Group ‘Traditional Ecological Knowledge'(link is external)
Traditional, indigenous and local ecological knowledge of herders and farmers in Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Mongolia and Iran, knowledge co-production with herders and farmers to avoid or resolve conflicts with conservation; traditional land management, perception of landscape change and nature’s contributions to people by locals; conservation management, monitoring using local indicators, conservation and agri-environmental policy; land-use and vegetation history of the Hungarian Plain (1780-present); habitat classifications, actual habitat mapping, trend analysis of Natura 2000 habitats (1783-2013).