Le Lan, an environmental economist working on agricultural, environmental, and natural resources management in East Asia, answers questions about the heat waves that are rolling across parts of Asia and the rest of the world.
Lan N. Le
Lan Le is an environmental economist working on agricultural, environmental, and natural resources management projects in East Asia countries. Her experience and skillset cut across different economic tools and methodologies to solve environment and natural resources management related issues. Prior to joining ADB, she was a graduate research assistant at the University of Western Australia, and an agricultural economist at the Alliance Bioversity International – CIAT (one of the CGIAR centers), where she has worked on groundwater management, ecosystems conservation, and climate change adaptation and mitigation projects across Australia, Asian, African, and Latin American countries. She holds a Ph.D. in agricultural and environmental economics at the University of Western Australia.
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Market-based mechanisms could address the alarming scarcity of groundwater in developing countries.
Groundwater conservation is a key part of managing water resources. A renewed focus is needed on the protection of this valuable resource.