Kim Bonine

Training Director and Senior Analyst
, Conservation Strategy Fund
Profile / Bio: 

Kim, a holder of MS and BA degrees from Stanford University, has over 20 years of experience working at the intersection of environment, economics and policy. She joined Conservation Strategy Fund in 2001 and has led the design and implementation of environmental economics courses and analysis projects in Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and North and South America on themes such as infrastructure development, wildlife conservation, fisheries management, ecosystem service valuation, tourism economics, conservation incentives, and sustainable development scenarios. 


Kim currently leads CSF’s Economics for Environmental Leadership program, with activities in over 40 countries and five continents. Kim has led and supported activities related to sustainable infrastructure development for various international institutions including USAID, World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank and Asian Development Bank. From 2011-2015 she served as the Director of CSF’s USAID-funded Biodiversity Understanding in Landscape Development (BUILD) Program.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Economics of Transportation Infrastructure: Balancing Needs of Biodiversity Conservation and Costs 27 April 2022 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Capacity Development, Environment, Evaluation, Transport