Paula Chamas

Paula Chamas
Master of Environmental Management, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, 2019

Paula is a first-year Master in Environmental Management student at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Her main areas of interests are corporate carbon management, private conservation, and industrial ecology.

Paula has a degree in Environmental Management and a MSc. in International Relations. She worked on environmental-justice topics in UN ECLAC before moving to the private sector, where she has worked in consultancies focused in biodiversity offsets and private carbon management and reduction. She has worked in Spain and Chile. She recently had some volunteering experience in India.

At F&ES, she is currently in the Student Affairs Committee and in the Forestry Club.

Authored Articles
This photo was taken on Upper St. John River in Maine.  (Credit: Mark Berry)

Forest Carbon Offsets

This article by Paula Chamas and Mark Berry is part of the Conservation Finance Network Toolkit, a resource designed for professionals who want to learn or communicate about the industry. Carbon stored in forests has become a great opportunity for conservation-minded landowners to obtain an additional stream of revenue.