Christopher Bren d'Amour

Researcher

 Christopher Bren d'Amour

Christopher Bren d’Amour is a PhD candidate in the working group land use, infrastructure, and transport. Since October 2016, he is a visiting PhD in the Seto Lab at Yale University.

His research focuses on: 

  • Food systems under global change
  • Competing land uses
  • Sustainable urban development
  • Agricultural and ecological economics

Christopher Bren d’Amour studied at the University of Bonn and the ESCP Europe with a focus on Environmental Management, obtaining a Diplôme de Grande Ecole (Grade de Master), a Master of Science, and the degree Diplomkaufmann. He worked as a consultant for various clients, including the European Commission. In 2014, he was awarded a PhD scholarship from Stiftung der Deutschen Wirtschaft.   

Latest Publications

Bren d’Amour, C., 2017

Urban transitions and diets

Global Food Security 2017, Cape Town
Type
Fachvorträge
Bren d’Amour, C., 2017

Urban transitions and diets

Konferenz: Cities and Climate Conference, Potsdam
Type
Fachvorträge
Bren d’Amour, C.; Reitsma, F.; Baiocchi, G.; Barthel, S.; Güneralp, B.; Erb, K.-H.; Haberl, H.; Creuzig, F.; Seto, K.C., 2016

Future urban land expansion and implications for global croplands

PNAS
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Peer Review
Bren d'Amour, C.; Wenz, L.; Kalkuhl, M.; Steckel, J. C.; Creutzig, F., 2016

Teleconnected food supply shocks

Environmental Research Letters
Type
Peer Review
Bren d'Amour, Christopher, 2015

How urbanization compromises food production.

Global Food Security, 2015, Cornell University
Type
Fachvorträge