Norbert Henninger is a Senior Associate in WRI’s People and Ecosystems Program where he is responsible for creating better information tools to support sustainable development decisions. His current research focuses on developing spatial indicators of ecosystem services and linking them to poverty maps. Previously, he developed an indicator framework to measure public access to environmental decision-making, provided advisory services to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, and promoted the concept of and applications for poverty maps. He coordinated the Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE), a first overview of the global conditions of ecosystems and the primary goods and services provided by them. Henninger received his undergraduate degree in economics and management from the University of Mannheim, Germany, MBA from the University of Mannheim, Germany, and MSc in Environmental Sciences from Johns Hopkins University.