Eva "Lini" Wollenberg Fellow
PhD, Wildland Resource Science, UC Berkeley
MS, Wildland Resource Science, UC Berkeley
BS, Conservation/Resource Studies,UC Berkeley
Lini Wollenberg is an anthropologist and natural resource management specialist. She currently leads an international research program on Pro-Poor Mitigation, which seeks to identify options for smallholder farmers in developing countries to improve their livelihoods while reducing their impacts on climate change. The research is one of four themes in the Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) of the Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). Prior to joining CCAFS, Lini worked with Dayak forest communities in Borneo, tested the impacts of forest devolution policies on local communities in Asia, and developed principles for adaptive collaborative management and pluralism in forest decision-making.
AT UVM: Lini Wollenberg is a Research Associate Professor at the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Lini is concerned with rural livelihoods and the environment, especially in Asia and Indonesian Borneo
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