Ken Gillingham: Saving livelihoods a key factor in environmental economics

Associate Professor Ken Gillingham of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies has spent his career researching ways to mitigate climate change while protecting peoples' livelihoods. An avid hiker and former forest ranger, Gillingham has taken his passion for the environment and knowledge of economics to both the White House and Yale.

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