Anil Markandya, author of the new Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Agriculture and Food (TEEBAgriFood) was interviewed on how to evaluate our agriculture and food systems while considering a range of social, human, and environmental dimensions across the value chain.
BC3- Basque Centre for Climate Change former director and Distinguished Ikerbasque Professor Anil Markandya has been appointed as EAERE Fellow. The EAERE Fellows program was instituted in 2019 to recognize outstanding contributions in the field of environmental and resource economics for their contributions to the advancement of the profession of environmental and resource economists through outstanding publications, and/or important roles in the policy word, and/or important roles in the Association’s governance and/or activities.
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