Sarah Feder, based at EFIMED, has a particular focus on the socioeconomic dimensions of Mediterranean forests. Her work includes research on extreme wildfires, payments for ecosystem services and other agri-environmental schemes, and perceptions of the bioeconomy across regions in Europe. Sarah is also a member of the EFIMED Communications team, contributing articles to the MedForest platform and the EFI website, and preparing interactive dissemination materials on the bioeconomy. Sarah worked previously as a program coordinator overseeing conservation and sustainable livelihoods projects in the Andean-Amazon. She has a Master of Science in Human Geography from Lund University in Sweden.
Key topics: human geography; socio-economic dimensions of wildfire; communications; payments for ecosystem services; bioeconomy