envecon 2011

National Ecosystem Assessment

Keynote Speech

Bob Watson, Chief Scientific Officer at Defra

 

Doing Ecosystem Science at the Right Scake

David Raffaelli, Director of the Biodiversity & Ecosystem Service Sustainability Programme (BESS)

Presentation

Economics for Ecosystem Services: From the NEA to the VNN!

Ian Bateman, University of East Anglia

Presentation

Valuation of Cultural Ecosystem Services

Susana Mourato, London School of Economics

Presentation

 

Economic Appraisal

Product Innovations and the Costs of Energy Using Products

Roger Salmons, Policy Studies Institute

Presentation

Mappiness: Mapping Happiness in Relation to Environment Across Space and Time

George Mackerron, London School of Economics

Presentation

The Costs and Benefits of Controlling PBT Substances and the Means to do it

Bill Watts, Environment Agency for England and Wales

Presentation

 

Governance and Resource Management

Human Behaviour Under Risk and Uncertainty: Are we really just conservative?

Martin Sewell, Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research

Presentation

Paper

Affordability Criteria fo Industrial Sectors in the Design and Implementation of Environmental Policies

Erika Meynaerts, Flemish Institute for Technological Research

Presentation

Paper

Waste Sustainability, Environmental Policy and Mafia Rents: Analysisng Geographical and Economic Dimensions

Massimiliano Mazzanti, University of Ferrara

Presentation

 

Energy and Climate Change

Assessment of the Economic Impact of Market Based Measures for Controlling Carbon Dioxide Emissions from International Shipping

Robin Smale, Vivid Economics

Presentation

Paper

Strategic Trading of Emissions Permits and Technology Adoption

Luca Taschini, London School of Economics

Presentation

Paper

Forescasting the European Carbon Market

Lise Tole, University of Edinburgh Business School

Presentation

Evaluating the Carbon-Macroeconomy Relationship

Julien Chevallier, Université Paris Dauphine

Presentation

The Elasticity of Substitution Between Clean and Dirty Inputs in the Production of Electricity

Martino Pelli, University of Lausanne

Presentation

Embodied Emissions in Trade (EET): Insights from Bilateral Trade Data

Misato Sato, London School of Economics

Presentation

 

Economic Valuation

Distance Decay and Willingness to Pay for Water Quality Improvement: Differences Between Users and Non-Users

Louise Martinsen, Aarhus University

Presentation

Paper

Eliciting Reliable Willingness to Accept Responses

Sue Chilton, Newcastle University

Presentation

The Shock of the New: Intertemporal Choice Consistency & Information-Sensitivity

Dan Rigby, University of Manchester

Presentation

Influence of Land Use Change on Water-Related Ecosystem Services: A Discrete Choice Experiment

Andrea Ryffel, ETH Zurich

 

Evaluation of Environmental Impacts of Crop Production: External Impacts of an Intensive Farm and an Ecofarm

Zoltan Szabo, Corvinus University of Budapest

Presentation

The Importance of Deliberation in Valuing Ecosystem Services in Developing Countries: Evidence from the Solomon Islands

Jasper Kenter, Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen

Presentation

Paper


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