Eli is an Ecological Economist working toward the development of a metric combining the elements of sustainability, efficiency, and welfare as core values. He is interested in the potential of re-framing and quantifying value beyond the market mechanism in order to address the most profound problems we face as a species. Most recently, Eli was a Lead Researcher at Global Footprint Network, a global non-profit think tank, where he was the production and development lead on both a material-flow and multi region input output based model for the Ecological Footprint of all nations. Eli holds a BA in Economics with the highest honors from San Francisco State University.
- Biodiversity Loss and the Ecological Footprint of Trade
- Footprint facts and fallacies: A response to Giampietro and Saltelli (2014). Footprints to Nowhere
- Ecological Footprint: Implications for biodiversity
- Accounting for demand and supply of the biosphere’s regenerative capacity : The National Footprint Accounts’ underlying methodology and framework
- The influence of farming technique on cropland: A new approach for the Ecological Footprint
- Ecological footprint accounting Chapter 11, Globalisation, Economic Transition and the Environment: Forging a Path to Sustainable Development