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Biodiversity, Conservation, and Human Livelihood

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Gund Fellow, Brendan Fisher, discusses his research looking at the intersection of biodiversity conservation, human livelihoods, and environmental economics.  One of his current research projects focuses on his work with WWF in coastal Mozambique looking at protected areas and their impact on biodiversity and livelihoods in one of the poorest countries in the world.  He also touches on work that he and Taylor Ricketts are investigating with funding from SESYNC, that uses global health surveys to relate ecosystems, resource governance, and health indicators. 

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