Christopher Doll is a Research Fellow at the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) with joint membership of the Sustainable Urban Futures Programme and Science and Technology for Sustainable Societies. His research interest focuses on using spatially explicit datasets to understand regional scale urbanization and development. More recently, he has complemented this with city level work on biodiversity and global/local co-benefits of the transport sector in urban development.
Dr.Doll has previously held positions at Columbia University (CIESIN) in New York and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Austria as well as the JSPS Fellowship with UNU-IAS and the University of Tokyo. Born and educated in the UK, Christopher holds a bachelors degree from Royal Holloway (University of London) with a masters and PhD in Remote Sensing from University College London.