Dr. Kenrick W. Williams has over 12 years’ experience in the field of environmental management and sustainable development in public and non-government sectors of Belize, Indonesia, and Taiwan. His fields of research and publications includes, inter alia:
- Policy and institutional analysis;
- Governance assessment;
- Climate change;
- Biodiversity and environmental management;
- Sustainable development;
- Social-ecological systems analysis;
- Biodiversity and conservation finance; and,
- Community development.
Dr. Williams has published in local and international peer-review arenas including the journals Sustainability and the Taiwan Journal of Indigenous Studies. His recent work includes supporting a climate change vulnerability and adaptation assessment for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), governance assessment of the Chiquibul Mountain Pine Ridge Caracol Complex for the InterAmerican Development Bank and the Government of Belize, a biodiversity finance policy and institutional review for the Government of Belize and UNDP, and various policy and socio-economic assessments for UNDP as part of the Global Environmental Facility baseline assessment processes.