Jordi Janssen holds a Bachelor degree in Wildlife management from University of Applied Sciences Van Hall Larenstein, and an MSc. in Forest and Nature Conservation, with a major in Ecology, from Wageningen University. Jordi’s main academic interest are reptile ecology, human-wildlife conflicts, and global wildlife trade dynamics. Since 2015 he has been consulting on the trade of snakes and lizards in Southeast Asia and Asia for globally leading NGOs and founded Emoia Consultancy in 2017. His work on snake and lizard trade has been featured on Mongabay and in the New York Times. Moreover, Jordi has over a decade of experience in reptile husbandry and keeping of reptiles. For more information about Jordi’s research, view his current list of publications here.