Biodiversity and Resilience of Agroecosystems Workshop, March 7 &8, 2013, Montpellier, France
Unai Pascual, Ikerbasque Research Professor at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) and Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge (since 2003). Unai Pascual is an ecological economist with more than 15 year experience who bridges the social and natural sciences for understanding complex social-ecological systems. His research focuses on the interconnectedness between global environmental change and economic development paying special attention to the evolutionary role of institutions, markets and environmental governance across scales. He has conducted research projects in many countries around the world, including Europe, the USA and in developing countries such as Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, India, Ethiopia and Malawi. Prof Unai Pascual has an active role as advisor to international environmental policy bodies, including the European Commission, the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), and the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (UN-FAO). He is member of the AgroBiodiversity scientific committee of Diversitas International, of the European Board of the European Society of Ecological Economists (ESEE) and editorial member of international journals in Environment and Development Economics. He has been a Coordinating Lead Author for the Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity (TEEB) initiative and has also been involved in the Millennium Assessment exercises in the UK (UKNEA) and Japan. Prof. Unai Pascual has lectured in several universities in Europe (Cambridge, Manchester, York, Barcelona, Bilbao) and in Latin America (Argentina, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Colombia).
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