Dr. Hilary Ndambiri teaches Environmental and Natural Resource Economics at the School of Business and Economics, Moi University, Kenya. His research mainly focuses on climate change adaptation and mitigation; climate smart agriculture; natural resources management (e.g. water, forests, energy, marine, wildlife and fisheries); general equilibrium modeling; poverty analysis; business development services; monitoring and impact evaluation of programmes; system dynamics analysis, econometric modelling and statistical analysis of cross-sectional, panel, geo-spatial and time series data. He is also a co-author to over 15 publications He holds a Collaborative Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Economics from the University of Pretoria, South Africa and Vrije University, The Netherlands.