Edward Asante is a Ghanaian with a bachelors degree in Land Economy from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana. He is currently a first year student in the MAEP program with the focus on exploring environmental issues related to the modern society. Edward has strong quantitative skills and well-oriented which placed him in the position as a Teaching and Research Assistant in the Department of Land Economy, KNUST in 2017. He has taught students throughout his academic journey and is passionate about teaching and research. Climate change, natural resource extraction issues, and real estate finance are his academic interests. Edward is goal driven and optimistic of becoming a professor in the next few years, given his focus on transitioning into a PhD program after his masters degree.