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In 2015, Jonathan became part of the Sustainable Consumption and Production team, at the Stockholm Environment Institute, based at the University of York. He works to trace the impacts of consumption on biodiversity, via often-complex chains of trade in agricultural commodities. Gaining insight into how trade in agricultural commodities drives biodiversity loss and the key actors in those supply chains is a starting point to identify opportunities for improved supply chain management to help avert future losses of habitat and species. He is a Luc Hoffman Institute Fellow ( and collaborates closely with WWF-UK.

Prior to joining SEI, Jonathan completed his PhD in the Zoology department at the University of Cambridge, following which he spent two years at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton USA. He then returned to Cambridge, where he worked in the Geography department on corporate engagement with Natural Capital, working closely with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

A former Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
In 2015, he became a Luc Hoffman Institute Research Fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute, based at University of York
Dr Jonathan  Green
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Person keywords: 
the distribution of conservation costs and benefits
engaging businesses in understanding their impacts and dependence upon natural capital
understanding the decisions that people make regarding the environment