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Vera Eory (Hungarian, British) is a Climate Change Researcher in Scotland’s Rural College (United Kingdom). She conducts interdisciplinary research to improve the sustainability of agricultural production, with a particular focus on farm and policy aspects of greenhouse gas mitigation.
Vera Eory has over ten years of experience in the economic and environmental implications of greenhouse gas reduction practices in agriculture, including the cost-effectiveness of mitigation practices, environmental co-effects, farmers’ perceptions and the development of policy instruments. She has been a member in various advisory groups, e.g. the UK Government’s Nutrient Management Expert Group and the EIP-AGRI Focus Group on Nutrient Recycling.
Vera Eory holds a PhD in Climate Change Economics from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland).