Dario Kenner

Visiting Fellow

Faculty:Faculty of Science & Technology

Location: Cambridge

Dario's research focuses on the policies that should be adopted to tackle interconnected issues such as climate change, biodiversity loss and inequality.

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Dario.Kenner@anglia.ac.uk
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Background

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Dario joined the Consumption & Change theme of the Global Sustainability Institute as a Visiting Fellow in April 2015. Before joining the Institute, he did research on the World Bank at the Bretton Woods Project, worked on environmental issues with indigenous movements in Bolivia and monitored projects in Latin America for CAFOD.

In 2013 Dario launched the website whygreeneconomy.org as a space to discuss the political and economic policies that should be implemented to address climate change and biodiversity loss.

Research interests

  • Green economy
  • Climate change
  • Inequality
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Natural capital
  • Ecosystem Services
  • Renewable energy
  • REDD+
  • Rights of indigenous peoples
  • Conflict resolution.

Teaching

Dario contributes to our MSc Sustainability.

Qualifications

  • MA
  • BSc (Hons)

Selected recent publications

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Working papers
Reports
  • Kenner, D. 2014. Who should value nature? Sustainable Business Initiative - Outside Insights. London: Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
Other publications
  • Kenner, D. 2016. Reducing inequality and carbon footprints within countries. Cambridge: Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Kenner, D. 2015. Who values nature: the power to create new biodiversity markets? Article. London: Green Economy Coalition.
  • Kenner, D. 2014. Multilateral Development Banks' unburnable carbon. Briefing. London: Bretton Woods Project
  • Kenner, D. 2013. What happens after we divest from fossil fuels. Article. London: Why Green Economy?

Recent presentations and conferences

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  • Kenner, D. 2016. How can the ecological footprint of the richest be reduced at a time of extreme inequality? IDS and STEPS Centre research seminar, University of Sussex, 26 February 2016, Sussex, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2016. How can the ecological footprint of the richest be reduced at a time of extreme inequality? Environmental Change Institute research seminar, University of Oxford, 11 February 2016, Oxford, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2016. Reducing the carbon footprint of the richest 1%. Oxfam talk, Oxfam House, 11 February, Oxford, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2016. Rising inequality. Cambridge TV interview, 19 February 2016, Cambridge, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2015. Who should value nature?. Environmental Change Institute research seminar, University of Oxford, 7 May 2015, Oxford, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2015. Who should value nature?. GSI seminar, 29 April 2015, Cambridge, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2015. Who should value nature?. Political Ecology Group research seminar, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, 7 May 2015, Cambridge, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2014. Who should value nature?. Rethinking Capitals conference, ICAEW, 17 December 2014, London, UK.
  • Kenner, D. 2014. Valuing Nature: Who, How and Why? Panel debate at Rethinking Capitals conference, ICAEW, 16 December 2014, London, UK.