Kenneth Berger is a researcher who specialises in behavioural and environmental economics. He holds a Bachelor of Business Science and a Masters of Commerce in Economics from the University of Cape Town. His current research focuses on topics including water demand management, climate change, biodiversity conservation, rhino poaching and interactions between protected areas, communities and wildlife harvesting. He is interested in the role that behavioural nudges and new smart technologies can play in addressing environmental challenges. Kenneth has experience both in dynamic modelling and applied econometrics.