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Peter Newton Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303, USA Email: [email protected]; Tel: +1 303 492 1611 Website: http://colorado.academia.edu/PeteNewton

EDUCATION 2007 – 2011

Ph.D., School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK

2006 – 2007

M.Sc., Applied Ecology and Conservation, University of East Anglia, UK

2000 – 2003

B.A. Hons. (2.1), Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2017 –

Faculty Affiliate, Center for Science & Technology Policy Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

2016 –

Associate Researcher, Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force

2015 –

Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

2012 – 2014

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan, USA International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI) research network CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

RESEARCH GRANTS 2017 – 2018

University of Colorado Boulder Innovative Seed Grant, ‘Reducing deforestation and improving livelihoods through innovative subnational governance: learning lessons from the state of Acre, Brazil’ (US $43,848. PI)

2017

Dr Scholl Foundation, ‘Sustainable socio-environmental systems graduate fellowships’ (US $30,000. PI)

2017 – 2018

National Geographic, ‘Forest fragments, biodiversity conservation, and the persistence of community resource management institutions in the African Albertine Rift’ (US $23,900. Co-PI) 1

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2016 – 2017

University of Colorado Boulder Outreach and Community Engagement Interdisciplinary Group Award, ‘“Dig In! to local food” community literacy project’ (US $24,000. Co-PI)

2015 – 2017

CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), ‘Shared knowledge and lessons for smallholder climate adaptation: learning from integrated agricultural systems in Brazil and Mozambique’ (US $500,000. Co-PI)

2015 – 2016

University of Colorado Boulder School of Environment and Sustainability seed grant: ‘Insect protein as a sustainable alternative to soy and fish in animal feed’ (US $20,000. PI)

2014 – 2018

Department for International Development (DFID), ‘Estimating global dependence of livelihoods on forests and the impacts of forest investments’ (US $3 million. Co-PI)

2014 – 2016

Global Innovation Initiative – Institute of International Education (IIE), ‘Climate change mitigation, avoided deforestation and commodity agriculture: assessing private sector innovation for sustainable coffee and cattle in Brazil’ (US $250,000. Co-PI)

2013 – 2014

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), ‘Documenting lessons from IFRI research and data on developing forest policies and programs on community forestry’ (US $25,000. Co-PI)

2013 – 2014

São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) & the University of Michigan, ‘Governance of land-use change: a collaboration to understand the impacts of institutional arrangements on Amazonian forest resource use’ (US $40,000. CoPI)

2012 – 2014

National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), ‘Forest social ecological systems for actionable science’ (~US $95,000, in-kind support for three Venture meetings. Co-PI)

2012 – 2014

CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), ‘Livelihoods, carbon, and the governance of the forestagriculture frontier’ (US $145,000. Co-PI)

2012 – 2013

World Bank Social Development department, ‘Community forest management and REDD+’ (US $135,000. PI)

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FELLOWSHIPS 2007 – 2011

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Ph.D. studentship (3.5 years)

2006 – 2007

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) M.Sc. studentship (1 year)

PUBLICATIONS Student co-authors underlined; ^ denotes shared first authorship; + denotes senior author for co-authored publications; * denotes corresponding author for co -authored publications Journal articles Cohn, A.^, Newton, P.^, Gil, J., Kuhl, L., Samberg, L., Ricciardi, V., Manly, J., Northrop, S. In press. Smallholder agriculture and climate change. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 42. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-environ-102016-060946 Bogaerts, M., Cirhigiri, L., Robinson, I., Rodkin, M., Hajjar, R., Costa Junior, C., Newton, P.+ * 2017. Climate change mitigation through intensified pasture management: Estimating greenhouse gas emissions on cattle farms in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Cleaner Production 162: 1539-1550 Gil, J., Cohn, A., Duncan, J., Newton, P., Vermeulen, S. 2017. The resilience of integrated agricultural systems to climate change. WIRES Climate Change 8. DOI: 10.1002/wcc.461 Jung, S., Rasmussen, L.V., Watkins, C., Newton, P., Agrawal, A. 2017. Brazil’s national environmental registry of rural properties: Implications for livelihoods. Ecological Economics 136: 53-61 Newton, P., Gomez, A.E.A., Jung, S., Kelly, T., Mendes, T.d.A., Rasmussen, L.V., dos Reis, J.C., Rodrigues. R.d.A.R., Tipper, R., van der Horst, D., Watkins, C. 2016. Overcoming barriers to low carbon agriculture and forest restoration in Brazil: the Rural Sustentável project. World Development Perspectives 4: 5-7 Newton, P., Miller, D., Byenkya, M.A.A., Agrawal, A. 2016. Who are forest dependent people? A taxonomy to guide livelihood and land use decision-making in forested regions. Land Use Policy 57: 388-395 Newton, P., Oldekop, J., Karna, B.K., Brodnig, G., Agrawal, A. 2016. Carbon, biodiversity, and livelihoods in forest commons: social capital, trade-offs, and lessons for REDD+. Environmental Research Letters 11: 044017 Hajjar, R., Oldekop, J., Cronkleton, P., Etue, E., Newton, P., Russel, A., Tjajadi, J., Zhou, W., Agrawal, A. 2016. The data not collected on community forestry. Conservation Biology 30: 1357–1362 3

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Newton, P., Alves-Pinto, H.N., Pinto, L.F.G. 2015. Certification, forest conservation, and cattle: theories and evidence of change in Brazil. Conservation Letters 8: 206-213 Newton, P., Schaap, B., Fournier, M., Cornwall, M., Rosenbach, D.W., DeBoer, J., Whittemore, J., Stock, R., Yoders, M., Brodnig, G., Agrawal, A. 2015. Community forest management and REDD+. Forest Policy and Economics 56: 27-37 Alves-Pinto H.N., Newton P.*, Pinto L.F.G. 2015. Reducing deforestation and enhancing sustainability in commodity supply chains: interactions between governance interventions and cattle certification in Brazil. Tropical Conservation Science 8: 1053-1079 Milder, J.C., Arbuthnot, M., Blackman, A., Brooks, S., Giovannucci, D., Gross, L.H., Kennedy, E.T., Komives, K., Lambin, E.F., Lee, A., Meyer, D., Newton, P., Phalan, B., Schroth, G., Semroc, B., van Rokxoort, H., Zrust, M. 2015. An agenda for assessing and improving conservation impacts of sustainability standards in tropical agriculture. Conservation Biology 29: 309-320 Winters, P., Kuo, H., Niljinda, C., Chen, B., Alves-Pinto, H.N., Ongun, M., Daryanto, S., Newton, P.+ 2015. Voluntary certification design choices influence producer participation, stakeholder acceptance, and environmental sustainability in commodity agriculture sectors in tropical landscapes. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 34: 581–604 Vargas, F.S., Almeida, P.D.O., Aranha, E.S.P., Boleti, A.P.A., Newton, P., Vasconcellos, M.C., Veiga-Junior, V.F., Lima, E.S. 2015. Biological activities and cytotoxicity of diterpenes from Copaifera spp. oleoresins. Molecules 20: 6194-6210 Newton, P., Agrawal, A., Wollenberg, E. 2013. Enhancing the sustainability of commodity supply chains in tropical forest and agricultural landscapes. Global Environmental Change 23: 1761-1772 Newton, P., Endo. W., Peres, C.A. 2012. Determinants of livelihood strategy variation in two extractive reserves in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forest. Environmental Conservation 39: 97-110 Newton, P., Nichols, E.S., Endo, W., Peres, C.A. 2012. Consequences of actor level livelihood heterogeneity for additionality in a tropical forest payment for environmental services programme with an undifferentiated reward structure. Global Environmental Change 22: 127136 Newton, P., Peres, C.A., Desmoulière, S.J.M., Watkinson, A.R. 2012. Cross-scale variation in the density and spatial distribution of an Amazonian non-timber forest resource. Forest Ecology and Management 276: 41-51 Newton, P., Watkinson, A.R., Peres, C.A. 2012. Spatial, temporal and economic constraints to the commercial extraction of a non-timber forest product: copaíba (Copaifera spp.) oleoresin in Amazonian extractive reserves. Economic Botany 66: 165-177 4

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Newton, P., Watkinson, A.R., Peres, C.A. 2011. Determinants of yield in a non-timber forest product: Copaifera oleoresin in Amazonian extractive reserves. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 255-264 Newton, P., Nguyen V.T., Roberton, S., Bell, D. 2008. Pangolins in peril: using hunters’ knowledge to conserve elusive species in Vietnam. Endangered Species Research 6: 41-53 Working papers Bogaerts, M., Cirhigiri, L., Robinson, I., Rodkin, M., Hajjar, R., Costa Junior, C., Newton, P.+ 2016. Climate change mitigation through intensified pasture management: Estimating greenhouse gas emissions on cattle farms in the Brazilian Amazon. CCAFS Working Paper no. 188. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). Copenhagen, Denmark. Pinto, L.F.G., Hajjar, R., Newton, P., Agrawal, A., Adshead, D., Bini, D., Bogaerts, M., Cirhigiri, L., Maguire-Rajpaul, V.A., González-Chaves, A., McDermott, C., Milder, J., Pinho, P., Robinson, I., Rodkin, M., Wollenberg, E. 2016. Transitioning to more sustainable, lowemissions agriculture in Brazil. CCAFS Info Note. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). Newton, P., Oldekop, J., Agrawal, A., Cronkleton, P., Etue, E., Russell, A., Tjajadi, J.S., Zhou, W. 2015. What are the biophysical, institutional, and socio-economic contextual factors associated with improved livelihood and environmental outcomes in forests managed by communities? A systematic review protocol. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Working Paper No. 172. Newton, P., Oldekop, J., Agrawal, A., Cronkleton, P., Etue, E., Russell, A., Tjajadi, J.S., Zhou, W. 2015. What are the biophysical, institutional, and socio-economic contextual factors associated with improved livelihood and environmental outcomes in forests managed by communities? A systematic review protocol. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Working Paper No. 172. Winters, P., Kuo, H., Niljinda, C., Chen, B., Ongun, M., Alves-Pinto, H.N., Daryanto, S., Newton, P.+, 2015. Designing for value: Structuring voluntary certification programs to increase stakeholder acceptance. CCAFS Working Paper no. 141. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). Copenhagen, Denmark. Simonet, G. Karsenty, A., de Perthuis, C., Newton, P., Schaap, B. 2014. REDD+ projects in 2014: an overview based on a new database and typology. Les Cahiers de la Chaire Economie du Climat. Information and debates series. No. 32. Paris. Newton, P., Fournier, M., Cornwall, M., DeBoer, J., Rosenbach, D.W., Schaap, B., Stock, R., Whittemore, J., Yoders, M., Brodnig, G., Agrawal, A. 2014. Community forest management and REDD+. World Bank, Washington, D.C. 5

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Alves-Pinto H.N., Newton P., Pinto L.F.G. 2013. Certifying sustainability: opportunities and challenges for the cattle supply chain in Brazil. CCAFS Working Paper no. 57. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). Copenhagen, Denmark. Newton, P., Agrawal, A., Wollenberg, E. 2013. Interventions for achieving sustainability in tropical forest and agricultural landscapes. CAPRi-CCAFS Working Paper 110. Book reviews Newton, P. 2014. Energy: Overdevelopment and the Delusion of Endless Growth, Tom Butler and George Wuerthner. Foundation for Deep Ecology in collaboration with Watershed Media and the Post Carbon Institute (2012).ix + 277 pp. $32.50, ISBN-13: 978-0970950086 (hardcover). Biological Conservation 172: 214 Datasets Ostrom, E., Huntington, H., Andersson, K., Banana, A., Castallenos, E., Chhatre, A., England, J., Ghate, R., Gombya-Ssembajjwe, W., Karna, B., Leon, R., Liang., W., Marquez, L., Mereno, L., Newton, P., Persha, L., Tatomir, J., Salk, C., Tucker, C., Agrawal, A. 2016. IFRI dataset, Online version. 1st edition. Available at: http://ifri.snre.umich.edu/ifri_db/ Other publications Duckworth, J.W., Anak Pattanavibool, Newton, P., Nguyen Van Nhuan. 2008. Manis javanica. In: IUCN 2010. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010. Duckworth, J.W., Steinmitz, R., Anak Pattanavibool, Than Zaw, Do Tuoc, Newton, P. 2008. Manis pentadactyla. In: IUCN 2010. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010. Nguyen, V. T., Newton, P., Roberton, S., Bell, D, Clark, V. L. 2008. Tapping into local knowledge to help conserve pangolins in Vietnam. Proceedings of the workshop on trade and conservation of pangolins native to South and Southeast Asia: 163

PRESENTATIONS Contributed Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement (FLARE) community of practice second annual meeting. University of Edinburgh, U.K. Dec 2-5, 2016. Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagment (FLARE) community of practice first annual meeting. Musée de l’Homme, Paris, France. Nov 27-30, 2015. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency Hotel, Chicgao, USA. Apr 21-25, 2015. Global Land Project 2nd Open Science Meeting. Berlin, Germany. Mar 19-21, 2014. 6

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Global Landscapes Forum, COP19. Warsaw, Poland. Nov 16-17, 2013. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Westin Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles, USA. Apr 9-13, 2013. 19th Annual Conference of the International Society of Tropical Foresters. Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Newhaven, USA. Jan 24-26, 2013. CAPRi & CCAFS workshop: Institutions for Inclusive Climate-Smart Agriculture. ICRAF, Nairobi, Kenya. Sept 10-13, 2012. 6th annual conference on Community Based Adaptation. Melia Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam. Apr 1922, 2013. 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology. Sky City Auckland Convention Center, Auckland, New Zealand. Dec 5-9, 2012. 11th Student Conference for Conservation Science. Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK. Mar 23-25, 2010. 10th annual conference of the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. Feb 25-26, 2010. Invited Ecology Department EcoEcontros seminar series, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. Jun 1, 2016. Geography Department colloquium series, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA. Apr 15, 2016. Environmental Studies Program colloquium series, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA. Nov 11, 2015. Investigating Careers in the Environment (ICE) seminar, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA. Sept 29, 2015. FAPESP-US joint research on the Amazon rainforest, Wilson Center, Washington, D.C., USA. Oct 28, 2014. Environmental Studies Program (job talk), University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA. Feb 17, 2014. Department of Earth and Environment (job talk), Boston University, Boston, MA, USA. Feb 3, 2014. Biology Department seminar series. Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI, USA. Oct 11, 2013.

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Technical Workshop on Socio-economic Assessment and Monitoring as part of National Forest Monitoring and Assessment (NFMA). Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. May 22-23, 2013. Latin America and Caribbean Environment Group. School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Dec 3, 2012. School of Natural Resources and Environment (job talk), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Nov 3, 2011. Zoology Department seminar series. Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK. May 6, 2011. British Trust for Ornithology seminar series. BTO, Thetford, UK. Mar 25, 2011. Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation weekly seminar series. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. Nov 23, 2011. 3rd Projeto Médio Juruá workshop (in Portuguese). Bauana field station, Reserva de Desenvolvimento Sustentável Uacari, Amazonas, Brazil. Sept 14-15, 2009. 4th ProBUC workshop (in Portuguese), Bauana field station, Reserva de Desenvolvimento Sustentável Uacari, Amazonas, Brazil. May 14-16, 2009. Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation weekly seminar series. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. Nov 25, 2008. Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation weekly seminar series. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. Oct 21, 2008. Posters Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement (FLARE) community of practice second annual meeting. University of Edinburgh, U.K. Dec 2-5, 2016. Student Conference for Conservation Science. American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA. Nov 3-5, 2010.

CONFERENCES ORGANIZED Forest & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement (FLARE) community of practice second annual meeting. Conference coordination committee. Stockholm University, Sweden. Sept 29-Oct 2, 2017. Forest & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement (FLARE) community of practice second annual meeting. Conference coordination committee. University of Edinburgh, U.K. Dec 2-5, 2016.

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Forest & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement (FLARE) community of practice first annual meeting. Conference coordination committee. Musée de l’Homme, Paris, France. Nov 27-30, 2015. 10th conference of the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. Conference coordination committee. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. Feb 25-26, 2010.

CONFERENCE SESSIONS ORGANIZED ‘Land change effects of governance interventions in agricultural systems: cattle ranching in northern Brazil’. Session co-chair (with Avery Cohn). Global Land Project 2nd Open Science Meeting. Berlin, Germany. Mar 19-21, 2014. ‘Managing landscapes for food, fuel, fiber and forests: innovative outlooks in a time of food insecurity and climate change’. Session co-chair (with Xiaoting Hou). Global Landscapes Forum, COP19. Warsaw, Poland. Nov 16-17, 2013.

WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED 7th annual Conscious Capitalism Conference: Food Security. Panel moderator. Center for Education on Social Responsibility, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder. Boulder, Colorado, USA. Apr 10, 2017. ‘Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagment (FLARE)’ community of practice first annual meeting. Workshop co-chair (with Avery Cohn and Juliana Gil). Musée de l’Homme. Paris, France. Nov 30, 2015. ‘Scaling up certification in the cattle supply chain in Brazil’. Project and training workshop. Workshop co-chair (with Reem Hajjar). Imaflora. Piracicaba, Brazil. May 25-27, 2015. ‘International Forestry Resources & Institutions (IFRI) Research on Forest Social Ecological Systems for Actionable Science’. Venture meeting III. Workshop co-chair (with Arun Agrawal). National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). Annapolis, Maryland, USA. May 27-28, 2014. ‘International Forestry Resources & Institutions (IFRI) Research on Forest Social Ecological Systems for Actionable Science’. Venture meeting II. Workshop co-chair (with Arun Agrawal). National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). Annapolis, Maryland, USA. Oct 2831, 2013. ‘International Forestry Resources & Institutions (IFRI) Research on Forest Social Ecological Systems for Actionable Science’. Venture meeting I. Workshop co-chair (with Arun Agrawal).

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National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). Annapolis, Maryland, USA. June 18-19, 2013. ‘Governance of mitigation in agriculture-forest landscapes’ workshop. Session co-chair (with Lini Wollenberg). Ford Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia. Feb 8, 2013. 3rd Projeto Médio Juruá workshop. Bauana field station, Reserva de Desenvolvimento Sustentável Uacari, Amazonas, Brazil. Sept 14-15, 2009. 1st Projeto Médio Juruá workshop. Bauana field station, Reserva de Desenvolvimento Sustentável Uacari, Amazonas, Brazil. Mar 22-23, 2008.

CONFERENCES ATTENDED World Congress on Integrated Crop-Livestock-Forestry Systems: 3rd International Symposium on Integrated Crop-Livestock Systems: towards sustainable intensification. Centro de Convenções Ulysses Guimarães, Brasilia, Brazil. July 13-17, 2015 A Question of Trust: Global Sustainability Standards Conference. The Crystal, London, UK. May 20-21, 2014. Meeting on Tropical Forests, Climate Change, Integrated Reporting and the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. The Prince’s Charities: International Sustainability Unit. The Royal Society, London. Nov 20, 2013. UNFCCC Climate Change Conference (COP 19). Warsaw, Poland. Nov 18, 2013. Planet Under Pressure. London International Convention Centre, London, UK. Mar 26-29, 2012. Beyond Carbon: Ensuring Justice and Equity in REDD+ Across Levels of Governance University of Oxford, UK. Mar 23-24, 2012.

WORKSHOPS & SYMPOSIA ATTENDED The FLARE Livelihood and Wellbeing (LivWell) tool: A suite of applications and resources for measuring household livelihoods and wellbeing. Stockholm University, Sweden. Oct 2, 2017. Improving conservation outcomes from supply-chain interventions. Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, Palo Alto, CA. Apr 20-22, 2016. Sustainable forests and livelihoods network: community of practice planning meeting. Rights and Resources Group, Washington, D.C. Mar 11, 2015. Community land tenure: CIFOR, RRI, WRI, & IFRI workshop. Rights and Resources Group, Washington, D.C. Nov 10, 2014. 10

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Teaching Socio-environmental Synthesis with Case Studies, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), Annapolis, MD. July 15-18, 2014. Climate and Land Use Alliance retreat. Cavallo Point, Sausalito, CA. Mar 10-13, 2014. FAO technical workshop on socio-economic assessment and monitoring. FAO, Rome. May. 2223, 2013. The Forests Dialogue: Food, Fuel, Fiber and Forests (4Fs) field dialogue. Capão Bonito, Brazil. Nov 11-14, 2012. DISCCRS VII Symposium (DISsertations initiative for the advancement of Climate Change ReSearch). La Foret Conference Center, Colorado Springs, CO. Oct 13-20, 2012.

FIELD EXPERIENCE 2014

Kayapó Indigenous Territory, Pará state, Brazil (4 days)

2013

Mato Grosso state, Brazil (2 weeks)

2013

Katingan Project, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia (3-day field visit)

2012

Capão Bonito, São Paulo state, Brazil (3-day field visit)

2012

Ba Thuoc and Hau Loc districts, Thanh Hoa province, Vietnam (4-day field visit)

2007 – 2010

Médio Juruá region of Amazonas state, Brazil (14 months)

2007

Cuc Phuong, Khe Net, and Song Thanh National Parks, Vietnam (3 months)

2003 – 2006

Makgadikgadi Pans and Linyanti wildlife reserve, Botswana (3 years)

2003

Kibale National Park, Uganda (1 month)

2001 – 2002

Sebangau forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia (4 months)

ADDITIONAL TRAINING 2016 Leadership Education for Advancement and Promotion (LEAP) workshop, University of Colorado, Boulder 2015 Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP) seminars, University of Colorado, Boulder 2015 New Assistant Professor Program (NAPP) seminars, University of Colorado, Boulder 2013 Responsible Conduct of Research seminar series, University of Michigan, USA 2009 Generalized Linear Models using R. Lancaster University, UK 2009 Advances in population ecology. Imperial College, UK 11

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2007 Workshop on pangolin ecology and conservation. Phnom Penh, Cambodia 2003 Tropical Biology Association field course. Kibale National Park, Uganda

SKILLS Software

R, ArcGIS, SigmaPlot, SPSS, Microsoft Office, WordPress

Languages

Brazilian Portuguese (proficient); French, German & Spanish (basic reading); English (native)

TEACHING TEACHING GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS 2015 – 2016

School of Environment and Sustainability, Teaching Scholars Program, University of Colorado, Boulder

2015

University of Colorado Boulder Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP) New Assistant Professor Program (NAPP) course development grant, ‘Sustainable Food Systems’. (US $4,000. PI)

PUBLICATIONS Newton, P. 2017. Using Experiential Learning to Enhance Student Engagement. In: Making Teaching and Learning Visible: Course Portfolios. Faculty Teaching Excellence Program. University of Colorado Boulder. Available at: http://www.colorado.edu/ftep/2017/06/26/usingexperiential-learning-enhance-student-engagement Newton, P., Cohn, A.S. 2015. Multi-‘steak’holder sustainability: reduced deforestation and the cattle agreement in Brazil. A case-study for teaching. Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), Annapolis, Maryland. Available at: http://www.sesync.org/for-you/educator/casestudy-collection.

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Faculty coordinator of the Sustainable Food Systems specialization within the Masters of the Environment (MENV) professional graduate degree program, in the Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder.

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TEACHING DEVELOPMENT 2016 Participant in the Making Teaching Visible project of the University of Colorado Boulder Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP): developing case material on course design to be published online. 2016 Guest speaker at an FTEP New Assistant Professor Program (NAPP) event: Applying for grants for course (re)design

COURSES TAUGHT Instructor ENVS 3525 – Cornerstone undergraduate course: Sustainable Food Systems. Taught: Fall 2015 (47 students), Fall 2016 (53 students) ENVS 4800 – Capstone undergraduate course: Demanding sustainability: global food systems and tropical land use change. Taught: Spring 2015 (25 students), Spring 2016 (21 students), Spring 2017 (25 students) ENVS 5000 – Graduate course: Science, Policy and the Environment. Taught: Fall 2016 (20 students) ENVS 6305 – Graduate course: Food System Solutions?. Taught: Fall 2017 (23 students) Guest Speaker ENVS 1000, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Instructor: Sharon Collinge. Apr 4, 2017. School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. Instructor: Arun Agrawal. Feb 3, 2017. ENVD-5346 Environmental Design, University of Colorado Boulder. Instructor: Bruce Goldstein. Nov 16, 2016. CVEN 5929 Mortenson Center in Engineering for Developing Communities, University of Colorado Boulder. Instructor: Rita Klees. Nov 5, 2015; Nov 8, 2016. ENVS 5000 Policy, Science and the Environment. University of Colorado, Boulder. Instructor: Sharon Collinge. Nov 5, 2015. PSCI 2116 Introduction to Environmental Governance. University of Colorado, Boulder. Instructor: Krister Andersson. Nov 3, 2015. NRE 501 Institutions and Resources: Theory and Methods Research Seminar. School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. Instructor: Arun Agrawal. Oct 26, 2012. 13

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BIO-M68Y Issues in Conservation Seminar, M.Sc. in Applied Ecology and Conservation. School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK. Instructor: Diana Bell. Oct 20, 2011. Environmental Educator Tropical forests specialist. Designed and delivered half-day modules that satisfied the learning skills and attainment targets of the UK National Curriculum, in schools across the UK. 20-60 students per class. Teaching Assistant ENV-1A51 Statistics (undergraduate). School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK. 2010 – 2011 ENV-2A01C Aquatic Ecology (undergraduate). School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK. 2008 – 2010 BIO-1A03 Biodiversity (undergraduate). School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK. 2008 – 2010

STUDENTADVISEES Doctoral students 2017 –

Rayna Benzeev. PhD candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Primary advisor.

2016 –

Michael Drake. PhD candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Member of thesis committee.

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Juhi Huda. PhD candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Member of thesis committee.

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Nick Schulte. PhD candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Member of thesis committee.

2016 –

Kelly Watson. PhD candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Member of thesis committee.

2016 – 2017

Mauro Capelari. PhD candidate, University of Brasilia, Brazil. Member of thesis committee. Defended March 8, 2017.

2016

Alex Lee. PhD candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Member of thesis committee. Defended Feb 25, 2016.

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Master’s students 2016 –

Ashley Dancer. MS-MBA candidate, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado, Boulder. Primary advisor.

2014 – 2016

Meghan Bogaerts, Lora Cirhigi, Mikaela Rodkin & Ian Robinson. Master’s students, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. Co-advisor.

2013 – 2014

Ben Chen, Hsuan-Wen Kuo, Chania Niljinda, Melisa Ongun & Paul Winters. Master’s students, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. Co-advisor.

2012 – 2013

Joel DeBoer, Derrick Rosenbach & Jessica Whittemore Master’s students, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. Coadvisor.

Undergraduates 2016 – 2017

Madeline Gaffigan. Undergraduate student, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Primary advisor.

2016 – 2017

Emilie Adamovic. Undergraduate student, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Primary advisor.

2016 – 2017

Sheamus Croke Undergraduate student, International Affairs Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Member of thesis committee.

2016

Mackenzie Johnson. Undergraduate student, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Member of thesis committee.

2015 – 2016

Zoë Sigle. Undergraduate student, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Primary advisor.

2015 – 2016

Kristen Smith. Undergraduate student, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder. Co-advisor.

2015 – 2016

Camille Zwaan. Undergraduate student, Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado Boulder. Co-advisor.

SERVICE REVIEWER Journals Agricultural Systems; Annals of Forest Science; Biological Conservation; Climatic Change; Conservation Letters; Ecology and Society; Ecosphere; Endangered Species Research; 15

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Environment, Development and Sustainability; Environmental Conservation; Environmental Policy and Governance; Forest Ecology and Management; Forest Policy and Economics; Forests, Trees and Livelihoods; Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment; Global Environmental Change; International Journal of the Commons; Journal of Environmental Management; Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine; Journal of International Development; Journal of Latin American Geography; Land Use Policy; Nature Climate Change; Oryx; PLOS ONE; Science; Solutions; Sustainability; Tropical Conservation Science; World Development Reports World Resources Institute Grants National Science Foundation; Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Education modules Center for International Forestry; Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners

EXAMINER 2012 External Ph.D. examiner, University of Central Queensland 2011 Internal M.Sc. examiner, University of East Anglia (3 students)

COMMITTEES – External 2012 – 2014

IFRI partner representative at Rights and Resources Initiative coalition meetings

2012

IUCN-SSC Pangolin Specialist Group member

COMMITTEES – Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder 2016

Peer classroom evaluation committee (chair)

2015 –

Executive committee

2015

Peer classroom evaluation committee (member)

2015 – 2016

Undergraduate curriculum committee

2015

Search committee: Global Environmental Affairs certificate coordinator

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Peter Newton

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & OUTREACH Speaker at TEDx Boulder. Macky Auditorium, University of Colorado Boulder, CO. Sept 17, 2017. Invited Guest speaker at A Dialogue: How our eating habits affect our environment, organized by the Sierra Club Rocky Mountain Chapter. The Alliance Center, Denver, CO. Oct 18, 2016. Invited panelist on a panel discussion on Genetically Modified Organisms, during a workshop on Teaching Controversial Science Topics for K12 educators in Colorado, organized by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at CU Boulder. Aug 27, 2016. Provided testimony to the Boulder County Commissioners during public hearings on their decision whether to continue to allow genetically modified crops to be grown on Open Space agricultural land. Feb 19, 2016.

MEDIA 2017 Longmont Times-Call and Boulder Daily Camera letter to the editor (co-author) – available here and here. 2017 CU Boulder Today (interviewee) – available here. 2016 Thought for Food podcast (interview) – available here. 2016 Boulder Daily Camera Opinion article (author) – available here. 2015 ENVS alumni magazine (interview) – available here. 2015 ENVS alumni magazine (interview) – available here. 2014 Shapiro Science Library 7th Annual Science Covers Celebration (honoree) 2014 New Scientist magazine (interviewee) 2013 Ecoagriculture Partners blog (author; images) - available here. 2013 CCAFS blogs (author; images; interviewee) - available here, here, and here. 2012 IFRI website and communications strategy (coordinator) 2012 Food Climate Research Network (interview) - available here. 2012 NERC Planet Earth magazine (authored article) - available here. 2012 Economic Botany June 2012 issue (cover images) 2008 NERC Planet Earth magazine (interviewee) - available here.

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OTHER EMPLOYMENT 2011

Environmental Educator, UK

2007 – 2011

Teaching Assistant, University of East Anglia, UK

2005 – 2006

Manager, Wilderness Safaris, Botswana

2003 – 2005

Head Guide & Acting Manager, Uncharted Africa Safari Company, Botswana

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