Jonah Busch, Ph.D.

Jonah Busch is an environmental economist who studies climate change and tropical deforestation. He is the author of more than thirty-five scientific papers and the co-author of the book Why Forests? Why Now? The Science, Economics, and Politics of Tropical Forests and Climate Change. He is a Climate Economics Fellow at Conservation International.

RECENT BLOGS AND OP-EDS

Behind the Paper: EFT

(Springer Nature Sustainability Community)

Ecological Fiscal Transfers

(Conservation International)

Biden: $20 Billion for Forests

(Earth Innovation Institute)

Imported Deforestation

(jonahbusch.com)

Green Growth

(jonahbusch.com)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Deforestation and Malaria

(World Development, 2020)

Deforestation and Malaria

(World Development, 2020)

Low-Cost Reforestation

(Nature Climate Change, 2019)

Securing Stable Forests

(Climate Policy, 2019)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Deforestation and Malaria

(World Development, 2020)

Deforestation and Malaria

(World Development, 2020)

Low-Cost Reforestation

(Nature Climate Change, 2019)

Securing Stable Forests

(Climate Policy, 2019)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Bright Spots of Green Growth

(Global Environmental Change, 2022)

Pandemic Prevention

(Science Advances, 2022)

Land-based Climate Mitigation

(Global Change Biology, 2021)

Land-based Climate Mitigation

(Global Change Biology, 2021)

Protected Area Effectiveness

(Environmental Research Letters, 2021)