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Glenn K. Bush

Environmental Economist

Woods Hole Research Center

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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

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(40 Total References)


Green Economy - Woods Hole Research Center

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Glenn K. Bush
Glenn K. Bush, Ph.D. Assistant Scientist Glenn K. Bush Glenn K. Bush, Ph.D. Assistant Scientist 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.


Monthly Newsletter - February 2017 - Woods Hole Research Center

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The effort has received enthusiastic interest from Costa Rica's National Forest Fund (FONAFIFO), according to WHRC economist Dr. Glenn Bush, who is leading the research.
The WHRC team is scheduled to meet with senior FONAFIFO officials in the coming weeks to coordinate the work. "Costa Rica has been a world leader, over the last three decades, on forest conservation and restoration," Dr. Bush said. "It has an ambitious goal to further extend the forest estate by 7 percent to reach its goal of 60 percent forest cover under its Paris Agreement commitments. This project offers a unique privilege to help guide Costa Rican efforts on where and how to focus policy to restore what will undoubtedly be the most challenging final frontiers for reforestation." The project is designed to address three primary criteria in the reforestation plan-biophysical, economic, and social. Dr. Bush said that focusing on all three criteria-instead of simply maximizing the potential area for reforestation-will make the plan more sustainable and offer a better chance of success. WHRC's Glenn Bush, who has been working in the Democratic of the Congo for the past several years, visited Tanguro and neighboring ranches where he met with farmers to better understand their concerns regarding environmental legislation and profitability. Dr. Bush will explore incentives to encourage Brazilian farmers to avoid deforestation. He will also apply farm production models to determine how vulnerable profits are to environmental change-and what the response could be. "Getting farmers engaged in environmental management is a tricky business," said Dr. Bush.


Monthly Newsletter - June 2016 - Woods Hole Research Center

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This month, WHRC's Glenn Bush, Wayne Walker, and Ken Creighton attended the Oslo REDD Exchange conference.


Monthly Newsletter - May 2016 - Woods Hole Research Center

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Analysis of National Circumstances in the Context of REDD+ and Identification of REDD+ Abatement Levers on Papua New Guinea was co-authored by WHRC's Glenn Bush and colleagues from the Wildlife Conservation Society.
In the end, Dr. Bush contends that "the inconsistencies in viewpoints highlighted as a result of our findings bring opportunities to debate and seek an effective, efficient and equitable means toward managing PNG's forests as a cornerstone for its green economy."


Education & Capacity Building: Rwanda Workshop 2011 - Woods Hole Research Center

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08:30 - 10:30 Opening Ceremony: Dr. Glenn Bush, Woods Hole Research Center
Questions & Discussion with panelists (15 minutes) Moderator: Glenn Bush 11:00-12:30 Introduction, objectives, and logistics of workshop - Glenn Bush & Chloe Starr Associate Scientist Nadine Laporte, Assistant Scientists Glenn Bush, Alessandro Baccini, Wayne Walker, GIS Manager Greg Fiske, and Research Assistant Chloe Starr are leading the work.


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