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Ronju Ahammad's current research is focused on co-developing a holistic, ecosystem services-based economic framework for Indigenous communities in Australia. 

His research is fundamentally about understanding the social-ecological interactions at the landscape scale and promoting management solutions for just conservation to maintain natural and cultural values. He has work experience in sustainable forestry and ecosystem service assessment, landscape ecology, participatory mapping, and transdisciplinary research.

He recently held a post-doc role at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. He assessed sustainable forestry indicators in Sweden and multiple value-based forest sectors in selected European countries in 2022. Prior to that, he was involved in the sustainability assessment of the horticulture sector to develop growers-led and place-specific solutions for northern Australia in 2021. 

Global collaboration has been part of his research for a long time. Since 2016, he has engaged with a transdisciplinary research team in a comparative study on agrarian changes to explore how agricultural productions associated with land use intensification manifest in forest conservation, biodiversity, and ecosystem services. 

Teaching has always been part of his academic job, and he taught Forest Policy and Economics, Statistics and Data Science, and Sustainability Science, among others. 


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