Pablo Benitez Ponce is a Senior Environmental Economist working for the Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) Global Practice at the World Bank. He joined the World Bank from Marbek Resource Consultants in Canada, where he served as Chief Economist and led a variety of environmental economic analysis projects for government and private sector clients. Previously, he worked as an economist for the Ministry of Environment of British Columbia, the International Institute of Applied System Analysis (IIASA) in Austria, the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, the German Agency for Technical Cooperation in Ecuador, and the Ministry of Environment in Ecuador. Pablo holds a PhD degree from Wageningen University (The Netherlands) in Environmental Economics.
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