Pham Thu Thuy
Pam Thu Thuy received her PhD in Pro-poor Payments for Environmental Services (PES) from Charles Darwin University, Australia, and has been working in the fields of PES, REDD+, climate change and poverty reduction for over 8 years in developing countries such as Vietnam. At CIFOR her research has focused on political and institutional analysis of PES and REDD+ and the potential of these schemes to be pro-poor. Thuy collaborates with national and international agencies and universities as well as civil society groups to support the governments of developing countries in the design and implementation of these schemes.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Forests and Governance Programme
Key areas of expertise
REDD+, PES, political science, social science
Human rights and the sociological and political aspects of conservation, climate change, payment for environmental services, reduction in emissions from deforestation and degradation, poverty reduction and sustainable development