Albert is a Graduate Arnhold Environmental Fellow and Ph.D. student in the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management. He is working with emLab to help compare the impacts of natural climate solutions. In particular, Albert is evaluating the effectiveness of different payment for reforestation policies in Chile, both in terms of carbon removal and maintaining environmental and social safeguards. His other work in Bren involves the economics of land use and the econometric methods of impact evaluation. He graduated from Willamette University in 2016 with his B.A. in Mathematics and Economics. When not thinking about environmental economics, he can be found hiking on one of the local trails or casting a fly to a hungry trout.