Postdoc position – Deforestation and supply chain transparency in Indonesia
The Environmental Markets Lab (emLab) at UC Santa Barbara is seeking a motivated Postdoctoral Researcher to lead analyses uncovering the environmental and social impacts of Indonesia’s palm oil and pulp supply chains and their governance. The overarching goal of the project is to improve transparency in pulp and oil palm supply chains, enabling more effective and transparent sustainability interventions by companies and governments.
This research builds upon five years of collaboration between scientists at emLab, Global Canopy (GC), the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), and Auriga to build the Trase initiative’s models of global supply chains for Indonesian pulp and oil palm. The Postdoctoral Researcher will work closely with the project’s principal investigator, Robert Heilmayr (emLab/UC Santa Barbara), as well as collaborate with scientists at UCSB, SEI, GC and Auriga. As part of the Trase partnership, you will join a leading multinational, multidisciplinary, and multilingual team of experts. Trase and emLab value diversity, inclusivity, and creativity at the core of what we do and we welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds.
Please circulate to anyone who may be a good fit for this role! View the full job description and apply here: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF02250. Applications are due by September 11th for primary consideration.