Michael is Director of the Environmental Change Institute in the School of Geography, having recently moved from his post as Director at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Luxembourg, Austria. He leads large scale interdisciplinary research projects in the fields of integrated assessment of climate, energy and land-use. Currently, he serves in UNEP’s international resource panel, is lead convening author of two IPBES chapters and a steering member to UNISDR’s Global Assessment report.
Synergies and trade-offs between net zero policies and biodiversity conservation in Brazil
This project develops and deploys economic landuse modelling to understand the synergies and trade-offs between net zero policies and biodiversity conservation, including the role of nature-based solu[...] Read more