Experts' profiles - Steve Twomlow
Steve Twomlow
Steve Twomlow is a Systems Agronomist, who after more than 20 years of of service to agricultural research and training for disadvantaged farming communities in the developing world, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, Mexico and Asia, joined UNEP Division of GEF Coordination to lead the Biodiversity/Land Degradation focal areas. He's got substantive professional and technical qualifications in the fields of agronomy, soil science (Hydrology), farmer participatory research, and both research project and research program management. He's authored or co-authored more than 70 peer reviewed articles and book chapters, and achieved the recognition of his peers in the UK by being elected a Fellow of the UK Institute of Soil Scientists in 2001 and by being made a Chartered Environmental Scientist in 2004. In addition, he serves as an associate editor for two international journals and was a founder member of the African Conservation Tillage Network, serving as a board member until January 2009.
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