President of the International Society for Ecological Economics Professor in the Department of Development, Agriculture and Society of the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Associate Director of Friends of the Earth-Brazilian Amazon
Peter H. May is President of the International Society for Ecological Economics. He received his PhD in Resource Economics from Cornell University in 1986. Professor of the Department of Development, Agriculture and Society of the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil since 1991. Peter is now also an Associate Director of Friends of the Earth-Brazilian Amazon and is the author and editor of 12 books in the areas of ecological economics, agro ecology and environmental policy, including The Subsidy from Nature, Pricing the Planet and Natural Resource Valuation and Policy in Brazil (all published by Columbia UP). He previously served as program officer at the Ford Foundation’s Brazil office and as Forestry Officer (Non-wood forest products) at the FAO in Rome.
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