Environmental Economics Unit (EEU)

Founding Year: 2007

Staff:

Budget:

Gunnar Köhlin (Director)

A global network of environmental economics research centers who aim to solve the world’s most pressing environmental and development challenges. It contributes to effective management of the environment in the Global South through policy-relevant research, capacity development and policy engagement. The networl is focused on evidence-based management of the environment, natural resources, and climate change impacts.

 

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Environmental Economics Unit (EEU) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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