Head of Environmental Economics
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Team: Natural Economies
Aniol joined nef in 2007 as head of the organisation’s Environment Programme, which aims to show how better management of the environment and natural resources can benefit both society and economy. He works on wide range of topics, including fisheries, climate change, energy, ownership of natural resources, ecological limits and the links between the natural environment and well-being. As well as overseeing economics research, Aniol works to advance the goals of his team through policy, education and campaigning work.
Prior to joining nef, Aniol was an economist at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), and worked on capacity-building for environmental organisations for the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) Mediterranean Programme. He has lived and worked in Sweden, for the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and Portugal, where he studied and collaborated with the Portuguese Oceanography Institute. Aniol has been involved with various EU research projects on water, marine and nature conservation policies. He has a BSc degree in Biology from the Universitat de Barcelona and a MSc in environmental economics from University College London.
Outside of nef, Aniol loves spending time in nature. He is passionate about the sea and pictures himself snorkelling or sailing in his beloved Mediterranean at least several times a day.
Blog post // May 9, 2013
A once-in-a-decade opportunity to secure the future of EU fisheries. More