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Glenn K. Bush

Environmental Economist

Woods Hole Research Center

HQ Phone:  (508) 540-9900

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Email: g***@***.org

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Woods Hole Research Center

149 Woods Hole Rd

Woods Hole, Massachusetts,02543

United States

Company Description

The Woods Hole Research Center is dedicated to science, education, and public policy for a habitable earth, seeking to conserve and sustain forests, soils, water, and energy by demonstrating their value to human health and economic prosperity. The center has i... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Environmental Economist

Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International Inc


Affiliations

Imbabazi

Board Member


Education

M.Sc.

Agricultural Economics

University of London


Ph.D.

Economics

University of Stirling , UK


Web References(28 Total References)


Scientific Staff - Woods Hole Research Center

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Glenn K. Bush
Glenn K. Bush, Ph.D. Assistant ScientistLearn more >> Glenn K. Bush Glenn K. Bush, Ph.D. Assistant Scientist Phone 508-444-1570 | Emailgbush@whrc.org Dr. Bush is an environmental economist who specializes in welfare economics, resource valuation, and environmental cost-benefit analysis. His work has focused on quantitative valuation of forest conservation strategies for forest-adjacent households, as well as the microeconomic and social determinants of forest conservation. He is currently concerned with developing and testing combined econometric and spatial models on the drivers and determinants of land cover change. Dr. Bush has previously worked in Africa and in Central and Southeast Asia as a researcher, project manager, and consultant on natural resource management and conservation projects in the public and private sector. He has held positions with the UK Government Department for International Development, the Wildlife Conservation Society, and the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International. He obtained his M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics from the University of London, Wye College, and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Stirling, UK.


Our Team | Imbabazi...A Center for Hope

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Glenn Bush
Assistant Scientist and Environmental Economist at Woods Hole Research Center


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Glenn Bush
Assistant Scientist and Environmental Economist at Woods Hole Research Center


Our Team | Imbabazi Orphanage

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Glenn Bush, PhD
Management Committee Chairperson, Assistant Scientist and Environmental Economist at Woods Hole Research Center


whrc.org

The next day, WHRC's Dr. Glenn Bush and Projet Équateur Manager Melaine Kermarc joined government officials and a businessman from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to examine efforts to avoid deforestation in that country.
According to Dr. Bush, the DRC produces 9 percent of the world's deforestation-based carbon emissions. Through capacity building and scientific understanding, WHRC's DRC Projet Équateur trains development professionals and foresters about sustainable practices and policies in agriculture and forestry. The goals also include alleviating poverty and promoting alternatives to deforestation in forest communities and strengthening forest governance while recognizing the rights of indigenous peoples, both of which are primary endeavors of WHRC's Projet Équateur in the Congo, led by WHRC scientist Glenn Bush. Dr. Glenn Bush and Melaine Kermarc, leaders of WHRC's Project Équateur in the DRC, will be in attendance.


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