Chloë Chesney


Chloe is an MSc in Primate Conservation candidate focusing on the human-primate interface and ethnoprimatlogy. During her undergraduate in History and Anthropology she conducted fieldwork relating to wildlife trade, oral histories, rehabilitation and release and the changing importance of witchcraft to conservation in Java, Indonesia.

She is fascinated by the interdisciplinary nature of research and an advocate for its importance. Her work with The Pan Verus Project will focus on improving local livelihoods and biodiversity conservation through understanding the three-fold interface of wildlife, tourists and local communities.

You can support Chloe’s field work by donating to her directly. Funds will go towards her flights, permits, visas, and gear.

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