Environmental Economics & Landscape Restoration

Interview with Michael Verdone, IUCN’s environmental economist working in the Global Forest and Climate Change Programme.

Erosion on progressive terraces, Western Province, Rwanda Photo: Michael Verdone

Michael Verdone’s work includes providing economic assessments for landscape restoration work,implicating restoration projects in Ghana and Rwanda. In this interview, he talks about his role as an environmental economist in forest restoration projects. He is also currently completing his PhD in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics at the Colorado State University, Fort Collins.

Work area: 
Business
Business
Climate Change
Economics
Forests
Gender
Climate Change
Forests
REDD+
Location: 
West and Central Africa
Ghana
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