Mintewab Ayele is a senior Research Fellow at the Environment and Climate Research Center (ECRC) based at the Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI). Before joining ECRC, she has been working at the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment, the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. Her main research interests are biodiversity and climate change, performance of rural land markets, and fisheries economics. Her works included biodiversity in relation with adaptation to climate change, management of multispecies fisheries under the risk of collapse, land markets and contracts, and gender issues. Mintewab obtained her PhD from the Environmental Economics Unit, University of Gothenburg, and held a Research Fellow position at the University of Portsmouth, prior to joining the LSE.
Responsibility in the Project
Mintwab has been responsible for leading and coordinating the different tasks of the project. Accordingly, she has been leading communication with different stakeholders, collection of information on indicators and indicator assessment. She has also been responsible for setting time plan for several activities, monitoring process, presenting results, and putting together the reports at different stages of the project.
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