Chidiebere Ofoegbu is a forest and environmental scientist with interest in the socioecological aspect of nature, ecosystems services and biodiversity management. He is enthusiastic about the linkages between science and policy development. His research interests focus on landscape and natural resources sustainability and ecosystem services, particularly on the economic, policy, and social dimensions of these. As a broadly trained natural resource scientist, Chidiebere is well suited to understand and communicate the connections among the ecological, economic, policy, and social dimensions of these systems within the context of sustainable development.
At the Centre for Landscape and Climate Research, University of Leicester, Chidiebere is part of the project team working on the development of landscape decisions framework for a holistic land use system that is coherent with policy goals on Net zero emissions, renewable energy uptake, climate change mitigation and adaptation, biodiversity conservation, and multifunctional landscapes. This publication contributes to ongoing works on land use systems for sustainable renewable energy.