Hannah Druckenmiller is an environmental economist and fellow at RFF. Her research aims to provide empirically based estimates for the environmental benefits and economic costs associated with natural resource protection. For example, she has experience quantifying the flood mitigation value of natural lands, developing new approaches for accounting for ecosystem services in climate policy, and identifying cost-effective climate adaptation solutions. Druckenmiller received her PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics in 2021 from UC Berkeley, where she was a doctoral fellow at the Global Policy Lab and a NSF Graduate Research Fellow.