Behavioral economist Prof Martine Visser is pioneering the use of ‘green nudging’ methods to encourage people in a developing world context to adopt pro-environmental behavior in the interest of the
Coffee production: reducing 50% of environmental pressures is attainable while maintaining the value added
The empirical evidence of coffee production in Vietnam indicates that about 50% of environmental pressures could be reduced while maintaining the current value-added level.
Environmental Economists from the Environment for Development-Makerere University (EfD-Mak) Centre on 20th February 2020 conducted a policy tour of Mukono District Local Government headquarters where
Environmentalist and economists from Environment for Development Initiative (EfD– Mak Centre) set out from the Ivory Tower to Wakiso district headquarters to dialogue with the councilors on the
Environment for Development Initiative (EfD–Mak) Centre on 7th November 2019 hosted its first policy dialogue on Governance and Natural Resources at the Senate Conference Room Makerere University. The
Closing ceremony with principals, teachers and the regional representative of the Ministry of Environment in the Bio-Bio Region.
The project focused on evaluating the direct and indirect effects of an educational program on students’ and parents’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) regarding consumption and disposal of
A considerable potential of the market for agricultural flood insurance in the MRD. If this market is deployed, the Vietnamese government could reduce the burden of subsidy for disaster relief in the
Biodiversity and healthy ecosystems provide essential resources and services that support human wellbeing. Undervaluing these ‘free’ offerings from the environment, though, has led to them being
Putting a price on carbon in global markets allows for the trade in carbon to be taxed. Carbon taxing is an effective economic tool to drive down countries’ emissions. Developing world countries are
Colombia’s carbon tax, which was passed into law in 2017, is likely to be the most effective policy measure to help the South American country steer its economy towards a lower-carbon development path