Duy Nong: Research Scientist
Duy is a Research Scientist in agricultural economics and modelling with CSIRO Agriculture and Food, based in Brisbane. He specialises in computable general equilibrium modelling development for economic, climate change, environmental, and energy studies. He is pursuing the development of a set of global computable general equilibrium and partial equilibrium models to study the impact of climate variability on agricultural and food systems.
Duy is also interested in research to investigate the sustainability implications of bioeconomic transformation on global land-use change, agricultural production, food security, energy security, emission levels and others. His work also covers studies related to climate change impacts on agriculture, food security and livelihoods, as well as climate change mitigation policies, particularly in Australia and developing countries. He is passionate about helping countries and regional households to better adjust to climate change and achieve more sustainable development.
He was previously a senior researcher and lecturer at the University of Bonn, Germany, a postdoctoral research fellow at Colorado State University, United States, and a research assistant at the University of New England, Armidale, Australia.
Contact Duy: firstname.lastname@example.org