Ada Na’Bila Acobta is a graduate student researcher within the department of Earth System Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. She received an MSc in Natural Resources and Environmental Management from the University of Buea, Cameroon in 2016. She volunteered with youth-led non-profit organizations in Cameroon as an Environment Development Specialist and as a Community Development Personnel, developing new ways of tackling environmental problems and working with local communities on adapting to the effects of Climate Change alongside conservation and development projects. Her research interest is in human impacts on Ecosystem Services, anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Climate Change adaptation. She is currently looking at the impacts of commodity trade on ecosystem services focusing on the palm oil trade in Cameroon.
Emission factors of greenhouse gases from layer and broiler barns in Cameroon