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WinEED

Women in Environmental Economics for Development, as a collaborative program under Environment for Development (EfD), aims to increase diversity in economics across the Global South by supporting and encouraging women in the early stages of their careers to continue, and become leaders, in academia and other research institutions. The goal of the WinEED network is to support women environmental economists by helping them obtain the tools, skills, collaborators and funding needed to advance their research.

For funding opportunities, you can click in the following link: https://fuel.seas.umich.edu/funding-opportunities/ 

To contact the WinEED team see the following list: 

WinEED Program leaders:

Pam Jagger

Erin Sills

Rohini Somanathan

WinEED Coordinator at the EfD Secretariat: 

Susanna Olai

WinEED Research team:

Kelly W Jones
Jimena Rico
Jill Caviglia-Harris
Byela Tibesigwa
Yana Jin
Jasia Tahzeeda
Saudamini Das
Elizabeth Robinson
Phindile Nkosi
Heidi J. Albers (Jo)
Katherine (Katie) Dickinson
Rebecca Klege
Nazatul Faizah
Priscilla Twumasi
Marcela Jaime
Betelhem M. Negede
Maria A. Naranjo
Ebele Amaechina
Hansa Teklay Reda
Helena Cristina Cardenas
Erica Mtenga
Nkechi Owoo
Yady Marcela Barrero Amortegui

 

Past events

WinEED Workshop in WCERE 2018 - Access the complete Photo album here.

 

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