Assistant Professor of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Daniel Miller is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research and teaching focus on environmental politics and policy. He is especially interested in understanding the conservation and development impacts of international aid in tropical countries and the political factors that shape those impacts. He works in a variety of settings around the world, but has a strong geographic interest in Africa and on forests more generally.
Correcting Imbalances: New Study Reveals Gaps in Conservation Spending and Priorities
How closely does conservation spending align with global biodiversity priorities? The answer may surprise you – the 40 most highly underfunded countries steward 32 percent of all threatened global biodiversity.
Assessing the Impact of International Conservation Aid on Deforestation in sub-Saharan Africa
Environmental Research Letters
Matthew Bare, Craig Kauffman, Daniel C. Miller
Explaining Global Patterns of International Aid for Linked Biodiversity Conservation and Development
Daniel C. Miller