Doing More with Less: Environmental Economics31 August 2010
CZECH REPUBLIC - At the International Egg Commission (IEC) Prague 2010 Conference next month, Dr Jason Clay from the World Wildlife Fund will present his ideas on 'Environmental Economics: We Need to do More with Less'.
Dr Clay is Senior Vice President of Market Transformation at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). He is a leader within WWF, and the NGO community more broadly, on identifying global trends and issues as well as supply chain management and has co-convened multi-stakeholder roundtables to identify and reduce the social and environmental impacts of such products as salmon, soy, sugarcane and cotton.
He has a PhD in anthropology and international agriculture and is the author of more than 250 articles and 15 books on the topics of environment, agriculture, aquaculture and poverty alleviation and Corporate Social Responsibility. Over the course of his career, Dr Clay has run a family farm, taught at Harvard and Yale, worked in the US Department of Agriculture, and spent more than 25 years working with human rights and environmental organisations.
Dr Clay will address delegates at the IEC conference on the afternoon of 23 September.
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