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Economic-Environmental Dimension Director


Develop and oversee strategies to integrate environmental considerations into economic policies and decision-making.

Conduct research and analysis on the economic implications of environmental issues, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and resource management.

Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to promote sustainable economic development practices.

Provide guidance and support to teams working on economic-environmental projects and initiatives.

Represent the organization in relevant forums, conferences, and policy discussions.

Advocate for policies and practices that balance economic growth with environmental conservation and sustainability.


Advanced degree (Master's or Ph.D.) in Economics, Environmental Economics, or related field.

Expertise in economic theory and analysis, with a focus on environmental issues and sustainability.

Strong understanding of environmental science, policy, and international frameworks (e.g., UN Sustainable Development Goals, Paris Agreement).

Experience in interdisciplinary research and collaboration, particularly at the intersection of economics and environmental science.

Excellent leadership and communication skills, with the ability to engage diverse stakeholders and influence policy.

Commitment to advancing sustainable development goals and addressing environmental challenges through economic approaches.

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