Aniol Esteban – Head of Environmental Economics, nef

 

Aniol started at nef in 2007 as head of environment and since 2009 he is head of environmental economics.

 

His twelve years’ professional experience have been devoted to the environment, through economics, policy, research and education with jobs in NGOs, and the public and private sector. He holds an MSc in environmental economics from UCL, London, and a degree in Biology from the Universitat de Barcelona.

 

Head of New Economics Foundation "nef"As head of environmental economics he works to drive change towards enhancing the natural system that underpins our society by revealing how nature and the environment benefit our society and by making the environment central to economic and policy practice. Key working areas include: economics for fair and sustainable fisheries in the EU; alternative Carbon markets; critical natural capital; and nature, well-being and sustainable lifestyles.

 

“It’s not easy to reconcile success with doing the right thing. Yet, there is a growing number of initiatives that within this adverse context succeed at the delivering for people and the planet. They are a powerful minority which must be celebrated. Let’s hope they inspire others and help build a new context in which exception becomes the norm.”

 

Prior to joining nef, Aniol worked as an economist at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), and worked on capacity-building for environmental organizations for WWF’s Mediterranean Programme. He has a thorough knowledge of EU institutions from his involvement in working groups and research projects on water, marine and nature conservation policies.

 

Prior to joining nef, Aniol worked as an economist at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), and worked on capacity-building for environmental organizations for WWF’s Mediterranean Programme. He has a thorough knowledge of EU institutions from his involvement in working groups and research projects on water, marine and nature conservation policies.

 

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