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Mette Termansen

Mette Termansen

Professor

  • Section for Environment and Natural Resources

    Rolighedsvej 23, 1958 Frederiksberg C, Gammel Bygning, stuen, Building: A109

    Phone: +45 35 33 74 71

Mette Termansen is an Environmental and Natural Resource Economist primarily working on spatially explicit economic analysis of land use decision-making, ecosystem service provision and valuation. The range of environmental themes includes biodiversity, climate adaptation and mitigation, water quality and recreation. Currently, Mette is particularly interested in spatial analysis of alternative designs of voluntary environmental policy schemes.

Education:

2005: YCAP York Certificate of Academic Practices, MA Level qualification in Teaching and Learning, University of York, UK
2001: DPhil in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management, University of York, UK
1996: MSc Environmental Economics, University of York, UK
1994: MSc Forest Science, the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, DK

Positions:

2012-2017: Professor in Environmental Economics, Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University
2009-2012: Research Professor in Environmental Economics, Department of Policy Analysis, Aarhus University
2007-2009: Senior Lecturer in Ecological Economics, School of Earth and Environment, Leeds University, UK. 2008-2009: Co-Director of the Sustainability Research Institute
2005-2007: Lecturer in Ecological Economics, School of Earth and Environment, Leeds University, UK
2001-2005: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Environment Department, University of York, UK

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