To avoid system errors, if Chrome is your preferred browser, please update to the latest version of Chrome (81 or higher) or use an alternative browser.
Click here to login if you're an NAE Member
Recover Your Account Information
Chad Monfreda is a doctoral student in the Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology at Arizona State University. His research deals with global environmental governance, with a focus on emerging markets for environmental services. Prior to joining ASU's Center for Science, Policy & Outcomes and the Project on Global and Comparative Knowledges in 2007, he worked in Montpellier, France on a series of worldwide consultations toward an International Mechanism of Scientific Expertise on Biodiversity (IMoSEB). In 2007, Chad earned a master’s degree in environment & resources from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE), where, as a research assistant, he produced a new generation of global crop maps. He also has worked extensively on a popular indicator called the ecological footprint at the sustainability think tank Redefining Progress, and has written about sustainability science for various venues, including WorldChanging.com.