Rhona has an MSc in Environmental Economics & Policy from Imperial College London and a BSc in Zoology from the University of Edinburgh.
Before joining the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), she worked with sustainable tourism programs for both JCU in Australia and ZSL in Mozambique.
More recently, Rhona has consulted for the World Bank and the UNDP.
- Economic incentives for sustainable resource use;
- Social capital and resource conservation;
- Sustainable financing of marine conservation.
Research - 2012
Working Paper 101 Abstract We determine the effects of various management restrictions on adoption rates of marine PES schemes. Choice... Read more
Research - 2011
Working Paper 65 Abstract We analyse the role of risk mitigating strategies upon the willingness to adopt a marine PES... Read more
Research - 2010
Abstract Additional finance for adaptation is an important element of the emerging international climate change framework. This paper discusses how... Read more
Research - 2009
Abstract Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) have long been advocated as effective management vehicles for promoting long-term conservation of marine resources... Read more