Șerban Scrieciu is a Reader in Economics for Sustainability with the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Greenwich and a Trustee for the Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics. He views himself as a ‘progressive economist’ or ‘developmentalist’ with research, writing and teaching interests residing at the interface between the social economy and the environment. His field of expertise relates particularly to green growth and climate change, with a focus on mitigation policy evaluation and planning, macroeconomic modelling and transformational transitions, institutional economics, renewable energy technologies, as well as issues of adaptation and development particularly applied to agriculture, forestry and land use. Prior positions include Project Manager on climate economics for UNEP where he led the conceptualisation of a methodology for development-compatible climate policy planning at the strategic level (the MCA4climate approach); and Senior Research Associate for the University of Cambridge working on the energy-environment-economy modelling of climate mitigation policies. He holds a PhD in Development Policy and Studies from the University of Manchester. He has widely published peer-reviewed academic journal articles, a single-authored book with Routledge on rural development in Central and Eastern Europe, book chapters, and reports for various organisations.