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Policy specialist and research fellow at the Environment for Development Center for Central America. I have a broad range of interests in international polices that foster sustainable development. My fields of specialization include environmental governance and political regimes; international environment and resource policies; multilateral negotiations; and development economics. Research interests include institutional and legal mechanisms to promote public and private protected areas; financial schemes for conservation such as ecotourism, debt for nature swaps, REDD+, international investments, and payment for ecosystem services; and water and forest governance. I also follows the climate change negotiations.
In 2010 graduated from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University with a MALD in international affairs. In addition, he holds a MA in Political Science from Boston College, a BS in Ecotourism from the University of Costa Rica; and license in Natural Resource Management at UNED-Costa Rica.
I am former Executive Director of the Monteverde Conservation League and manager of the Children’s Eternal Rainforest; the largest private nature reserve in the Costa Rica. Have been invited as a lecturer in Costa Rica and the USA as well as Associate Faculty in the International Program on Negotiations by Wageningen University and the Sustainability Challenge Foundation in the Netherlands.
My hobbies are birdwatching, bushwhacking, snorkeling, photography, Bonsai cultivation, and coins collection.
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