After finishing his doctoral research work at the School of Forest Resources & Conservation, University of Florida in 2010 in the area of forest policy and economics, Dr. Puneet Dwivedi joined Yale University as an YCEI postdoctoral research fellow. He worked with Dr. Robert Bailis at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies for two years (2010-2012) as an YCEI postdoctoral research fellow. At the end of his YCEI postdoctoral research fellowship, he received another postdoctoral research fellowship from Energy Biosciences Institute at the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign. He spent almost a year at the University of Illinois focusing on sustainable utilization of wood for meeting domestic and international energy needs under the supervision of Dr. Madhu Khanna. In October of 2013, Dr. Puneet Dwivedi was hired as an Assistant Professor of Sustainability Sciences at the Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia. At the University of Georgia, Dr. Puneet Dwivedi is focusing on use of solid biomass for domestic energy needs in developing countries; timber markets in general, and wood-based bioenergy markets, in particular; forest-based ecosystem services, and minority forestland owners in the United States. Dr. Puneet Dwivedi’s has published his work in Agricultural Systems, BioEnergy Research, Ecological Economics, Energy Policy, Environmental Research Letters, Forest Policy and Economics, Global Change Biology Bioenergy, Journal of Sustainable Forestry, PloS ONE, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, and Small-scale Forestry.