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Department of Green Economy
Secretariat General for Sustainable Development
Ministry of Environment,
Dr Sophal Chhun completed his Bachelor Degree in Forestry Science at the Royal University of Agriculture in Phnom Penh in 2002, Master of Environmental Management and Development at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra in 2007, and Ph.D. in Geography (valuation of biodiversity and ecosystem services to improve spatial management of near-shore marine areas in New Zealand) at University of Otago in Dunedin at the end of 2013.
Dr Chhun is interested in investigating opportunities to optimise social value associated with allocation of natural capital. Research in this area covers a wide range of topics, but I am primarily interested in (i) understanding long-term goals for natural resources and environmental management of various stakeholders; (ii) identifying and quantifying social-environmental impacts of development and conservation proposals; (iii) valuing these impacts on human well-being, while developing key methodological improvements to the application of assessment tools and valuation techniques; and (iv) identifying how these values can be better used to improve economic efficiency, equity, and sustainability in allocation of our depletable natural resources. I am also interested in assessing how and whether ‘payment for ecosystem services’, ‘pollution taxes’, and other financial mechanisms can be used to internalize externality values and cause behavioural changes toward resource-efficient, sustainable patterns.
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