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Nameprof.dr. LG Hein
FirstnameLars
Emaillars.hein@wur.nl

Job details
DescriptionProfessor
OrganizationDepartment of Environmental Sciences
Organization UnitEnvironmental Systems Analysis
Phone+31 317 482 993
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Secretarial phone+31 317 484 812
Phone 2
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 3
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room100/A.233
Postal addressPostbus 47
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
Courier544
Side activities
  • - Editorial Board
    Jan 2020 - Dec 2022

    Sabatical voer ik uit om beter te begrijpen hoe remote sensing gebruikt kan worden voor ecosystem accounting. Ook is SarVision partner in het MAIA project en can ik de ontwikkeling voor een webviewer voor MAI op deze manier beter aansturen.

  • 2002-2007: Researcher/Lecturer, Environmental Systems Analys - Technical Committee Environmental Economic Accounting
    Jan 2020 - Dec 2024

    Lid van het SEEA technical committee behelst eens per maand een telefonische vergadering, review van ondersteunende papers en meewerken aan tonwikkeling van standaard voor SEEA>


Biography

Lars Hein is Professor Ecosystem Services and Environmental Change and deputy chair of the Environmental Systems Analysis Group at Wageningen University. He published over 100 articles in the field of ecological economics, natural resource management and land use planning. Lars was previously employed as Senior Environmental Advisor at Shell International (2006-2010) and as Environmental Expert at the FAO/World Bank Collaborative Program, Rome (1997-2002). He is a member of several advisory boards for both industry and international organisations and received a number of awards for his research including a prestigious Personal Grant from the European Research Council in 2010. His main focus of research is ‘ecosystem accounting’, i.e. developing methodologies for the measurement of ecosystem capital consistent with national accounting. He is one of the main contributing authors of the UN System of Environmental-Economic Accounting – Experimental Ecosystem Accounting Framework (SEEA EEA, 2012) as well as of the SEEA EEA Technical Recommendations (2017). Other fields of expertise include the development of sustainable and profitable natural resource management strategies, climate change adaptation, ecosystem services modelling and valuation, and environmental cost benefit analysis.


Expert Profile
Expertise
Abilities
  • My main field of expertise is connecting ecology and economics in order to find environmental management solutions that are efficient, sustainable and inclusive. My experience cuts accross several fields:
  • Methods: Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis, GIS and Simulation modelling of ecosystem services and ecosystem dynamics, Economic valuaiton of ecosystem services, Environmental Impact Assessment.
  • Ecosystem experience: Tropical and temperate forests, coastal zones, semi-arid rangelands, wetlands, highlands.
  • Country Experience: Abu Dhabi, Benin, Cameroon (2 missions), China (2), Dubai, Ethiopia (2), France, Ghana (3), Guinea-Conakry, Grenada, Guyana (2), India (4), Indonesia (2), Kenya (2), Mauritius, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Poland, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, Surinam, Seychelles, St Lucia, Tanzania, Togo, Vietnam (5), Zambia (4), Zimbabwe.

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Education
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  • ESA-22806 - Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications
  • ESA-31306 - Regional Environmental Management
  • ESA-70424 - MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis
  • ESA-80424 - MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis
  • ESA-80436 - MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis
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