Know Dabo?

Know Dabo?


Dabo is a Chair Professor in Climate Change Economics at School of International Development, University of East Anglia, a Senior Member of St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge, and a Distinguished Professor at Tsinghua University, China. He is a Fellow of Royal Geographical Society. He is the Director of Water Security Research Centre at UEA. He serves as a Subject Editor of Applied Energy (Impact Factor: 7.182 and 2.6 million downloads in 2016). He is a council member of the Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health. He served as a Lead Author for the 5th Assessment Report of Working Group III, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 

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Dabo has published over 120 articles, including articles published in Nature, Science, Nature Climate Change, Nature Geoscience, Nature Communication and PNAS. His h index is 34 and has over 7500 times citations. He won the Leontief Prize 3 times and my paper at Environmental Science & Technology won the "Top Policy Paper 2007" and the PNAS Cozzarelli Prize 2014. He won the Philip Leverhulme Prizes (to award outstanding scholars who have made a substantial and recognised contribution to their particular field of study, recognised at an international level). 

Dabo landed in the UK in 2000 and gained a BA in Environmental Management with Science in 2003 at University of Leeds. He studied further and obtained a PhD in Ecological Economics by 2007 from Leeds. Dabo spent about 5 years in Cambridge as a Postdoctoral researcher and later as a junior faculty. In between, Dabo worked for World Wild Fund (WWF) for a year as an Economist. He re-joined University of Leeds in 2011 as an Associate professor and then appointed to a Chair by University of East Anglia in 2014. 


Dabo specialises in ecological economics, international climate change mitigation policies, climate change adaption modelling, scenario analysis on environmental impacts, footprint accounting and resources management, input-output techniques and their applications in both developed and developing countries. He has been leading several international consortium projects and research fellowships funded by Newton Fund, AXA and RCUK. See his latest papers and media reports (English / Chinese) and Google Scholar.