Levin Scholl works as a Researcher for Ecologic Institute in the areas of bioeconomy and water, with an interdisciplinary focus on sustainable land use, nature-based solutions, value chains, and private sector partnerships for biodiversity projects. He works in German and in English.
Previously, Levin Scholl worked for Greenpeace Deutschland e.V. in the field of fundraising. Before focusing on empirical social research and environmental economics, Levin Scholl was active in video production and photography and worked in Cologne (Germany) as well as in New York (USA).
Levin Scholl holds a Master's degree in Environment & Development from the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). His studies focused mainly on rural development in the global south, tropical land use, smallholder structures, and global value chains of forest and agricultural products. His master's thesis focused on GIS analysis of illegal logging in Cambodia. Levin Scholl also holds an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science degree from Leiden University College in The Hague (the Netherlands) with a global perspective on research areas such as economic development, political economy, and comparative politics.