Nadeem Demian

Nadeem Demian, MS and MEM '22
BA, Princeton University

Nadeem Demian is a joint-degree master's student pursuing degrees in Environmental Management and International & Development Economics. In summer 2021, he interned with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development on issues related to nature-related financial disclosures, sustainable blue economy investment strategy, and liberalizing energy markets in Egypt. Born in Amman, Jordan and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Nadeem is a graduate of Princeton University, with a B.A. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. In his spare time, Nadeem enjoys playing disc golf, eating Thai food, and discovering new running trails in New Haven.


Authored Articles
Recovery across the world came before a panel of experts at Yale in January.

The International Society for Tropical Forestry’s 2022 conference at Yale emphasized scale and the importance of COVID-19 recovery efforts for the “Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.”

Financing Tropical Forests: Lessons For Scaling From Yale's Annual Conference

In looking at forest restoration finance in a tropical context, three experts at a Yale-sponsored panel spoke of clearer images from space and more inclusive planning on the ground.