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Research opportunity at Conservation International

Conservation International (CI), based in Arlington, VA, seeks qualified applicants for a 12 month research position on conservation and human well-being. CI is committed to conserving natural capital and delivering human well-being through targeted investments. To advance understanding on the contribution of nature conservation to improved human well-being and strengthen existing evidence base, CI is looking to expand its social science capacity and expertise on human systems by hiring a researcher with a minimum of MSc level and demonstrated ability in spatial analyses of social datasets. The researcher’s responsibilities include synthesis of existing datasets on human dependence on ecosystem services, refinement of an analytical framework to quantify dependence in two case studies in Cambodia and Madagascar, and production of guidance documents and publications. Familiarity with existing relevant global and national data streams is a plus. See CI’s website for a full job description:

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