Implementing REDD: A Spatial Nash Equilibrium Model and Community-level Payment Sharing in Tanzania
Do tropical forests provide natural insurance? Evidence on forest ecosystem services and human health from the Brazilian Amazon.
Evaluating policy impacts on tropical deforestation using the synthetic control method
Research Proposal: Improving energy efficiency in Costa Rican households: the effect of pecuniary and non-pecuniary incentives in shaping the timing of consumption EfD researchers: Milagro Saborio Collaborators: Anthony Kwasnica and James Shortle, Penn State University
Research Proposal: Individual Incentives to Cooperate within Community-Based Resource Management Institutions: Sea Turtles in Costa Rica and Nicaragua
Research Proposal: Improving energy efficiency in Costa Rican households: the effect of pecuniary and non-pecuniary incentives in shaping the timing of consumption
Research Proposal: Improving energy efficiency in Costa Rican households: the effect of pecuniary and non-pecuniary incentives in shaping the timing of consumption EfD researchers: Francisco Alpízar, Róger Madrigal and Tabaré Capitán. PI: Róger Madrigal.
Research Proposal: Can anti-poverty policies reduce vulnerability to weather shocks? EfD-CA Researchers: Juan Robalino and Catalina Sandoval
EfD-CA Seminar Series: Agroecology, Food Security and Climate Change in coffee-growing communities in Mesoamerica
This talk is about results and reflections of a 15-year process of participatory action research (PAR) in the areas of agro-ecology, food security, food sovereignty, climate change, and environmental conservation. The works have been conducted with cooperatives of small farmers in Central America and Mexico.
An Anatomy of Ambiguity Attitudes (with applications to climate change models)
Ecological economics combines natural and social sciences to understand the interactions between people and nature. In this talk, I will introduce the work of the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics at the University of Vermont. Many of our research priorities overlap with those of CATIE and present opportunities for collaboration. As an example, I'll describe a decade of
An empirical evaluation of governance and land use outcomes in Russia and future research on conservation approaches and land use outcomes in the Mesoamerica.
Determinación del efecto del uso del suelo (influencia antropogénica) sobre la calidad de agua de las fuentes de abastecimiento de la población en la cuenca del Río Sarapiquí.