Shimul Bijoor

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Master of Environmental Management, 2021

Shimul is a first-year Master of Environmental Management candidate at the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Prior to Yale, she worked as a researcher with a coastal and marine conservation non-profit in India, where she studied the governance and management of Marine Protected Areas (MPA) in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. She spent her time in the field speaking with fishermen, government officials, tourists, and other residents of the islands to understand their relationships with marine spaces, and how they developed and interacted with the existing systems of managing resources in MPAs. As such, she is particularly interested in exploring methods of financing and implementing conservation efforts that recognize livelihoods as an integral aspect of ecosystem conservation.

Authored Articles
Mangroves in Florida

Mangroves on Florida's Manatee River / Rick Schwartz / CC BY-NC 2.0

Mainstreaming Blue Carbon to Finance Coastal Resilience

Blue carbon could be crucial in facilitating both private and public capital investment in coastal and marine ecosystems. The blue carbon market is, at present, still nascent. Governments and international institutions are revising methods of monitoring carbon to include blue carbon and develop structures to encourage private investment in blue...