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

Biden: $20 Billion for Forests

(Earth Innovation Institute)

Behind the Paper: EFT

(Springer Nature Sustainability Community)

State and Provincial Authority

(Earth Innovation Institute)

Ecological Fiscal Transfers

(Conservation International)

Imported Deforestation

(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

Restrictions on imported deforestation

(Environmental Research Letters, 2022)

Land-based Climate Mitigation

(Global Change Biology, 2021)

Protected Area Effectiveness

(Environmental Research Letters, 2021)

Pandemic Prevention

(Science, 2020)

Pandas and Parks

(Current Biology, 2020)