Ida Djenontin is an early-career, interdisciplinary-trained social scientist in Environment and Development. She is currently finishing (PhD candidate) a dual doctoral degree in Nature-Society Studies in Geography and in Environmental Science & Policy at Michigan State University. Her current research interests on human dimensions of global environmental degradation issues focus on associated multi-level and multi-scale governance and institutional challenges, including applications to forest landscape restoration. In her research on such human-environment relationships, Ms. Djenontin blends social and natural science theoretical perspectives and mixed qualitative and quantitative methods to address key socioecological questions. She has wide-ranging professional experience in sub-Saharan Africa.
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