Mr. Beatus John Temu is a Tanzanian Forest Economist working at the Department of Forest and Environmental Economics (DFEE), Sokoine University of Agriculture. He is currently a PhD student at the DFEE. His MSc. thesis was on Carbon Business Scenarios and Communities’ Tradeoffs Under REDD+ in Lindi Rural District, Tanzania. He obtained BSc. Wildlife Management in year 2006 and MSc. Forestry (majoring in forest economics) in year 2013 at Sokoine University of Agriculture. He was also trained and obtained a certificate on Gender, Development, and Environmental Governance at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Uppsala, Sweden in year 2012. Prior to working at SUA, Mr. Temu worked as operations manager and research and monitoring officer in forest plantations in Pangani, Tanga and Mafinga, Iringa under Green Resources, a Norwegian forest management company operating in Tanzania, Uganda and Mozambique. He has done researches and publications work on carbon business and REDD+, and participated in providing consultancy services on forest industry cluster and environmental flows.
Temu, B.J. Abdallah, J.M., Kessy, J.F. and Monela, G.C. (2015). Carbon Business Scenarios and Communities’ Choices Under REDD+ in Lindi Rural District, Tanzania. International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics: 36; (2) 47-63 pp.
Seema Arora-Jonsson, Lisa Westholm, Beatus John Temu and Andrea Petit (2016). Carbon and Cash in Climate Assemblages: The Making of a New Global Citizenship. Antipode: 48; (1) 74–96 pp.
Mrutu, M., Kessy, J. F., Ngaga, Y. M. and Temu, B. J. (2016). Analysis of Transaction Costs for REDD+ Trial Payment Scheme in Kilosa District, Tanzania. Journal of Environmental and Social Sciences: 2; (2) 1-6 pp.
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