envecon 2014

Keynote Speaker

Professor Dimitri Zenghelis, Principle Research Fellow at the Grantham Institute on Climate Change and Environment, London School of Economics

Parallel Session 1: Green Energy Generation and Use

The British Feed-in Tariff for small renewable energy systems

David Grover, LSE

Presentation

Paper

Best worst analysis of households decisions (not) to install microgeneration energy technologies

Paul Balcombe, University of Manchester

Presentation

Moving to a more sustainable mobility: elicitation of dynamic market potential for electric vehicle adoption in the Netherlands

Marija Bockarjova, VU University

Presentation

Welfare efftects of the beneficial tax treatment of electric company cars

Alexandros Dimitropoulos, VU University

Presentation

Parallel Session 2: Economic Valuation

Valuation in devleoping countires: willingness to work versus willingness to pay

Jonathan Gibson, University of Manchester

Presentation

Does the analytic hierarchy process help preference elicitation in stated choice experiments

Tobias Borger, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

Presentation

An assessment of the public benefits from investments in UK navigable rivers

Mike Christie, Aberystwyth University

Presentation

Non-identical quadruplets: four new estimates of the elasticity of marginal utility for the UK

Ben Groom, LSE

Presentation

Parallel Session 3: Climate Change Mitigation Policy

Assessing the additionality of the Clean Development Mechanism: Quasi-experimental evidence from India

Antoine Dechezlepretre, LSE

The market impact of CDM capacity fund

John Ward, Vivid Economics

Presentation

After monetary policy, climate policy:is delegation key to EU ETS reform?

Godefroy Grosjean, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Presentation

The CO2 emissions of the European electricity sector: An analysis of the factors explaining the emissions trend and the contributions of climate and energy polcies

Julien Chevallier, IPAG Business School

Presentation

Parallel Session 4: Economic Valuation

Assessing the benefits of sustainable drainage

Bruce Horton, MWH Global

Presentation

A preference analysis for climate change adaption policies in S'Albufera wetland (Mallorca)

Michela Faccioli, Universitat de les Balears

Presentation

Stated choices and benefit estimates in the contect of traffic calming schemes: Utility maximization, regret minimization, or both?

Marco Boeri, Queen's University

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Evaluating the role of high quality 3D-visualisations in establishing economic valuations for urban green infrstructure investments

Ian Mell, University of Liverpool

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Paper

Parallel Session 5: Economic Instruments for Water, Manufacturing and Energy Sectors

Renewable energy policies and private investment: Evidence from financial microdata

Miguel Cardenas Rodriguez, OECD

Presentation

Dynamic efficiency of tradable permit markets under investment uncertainty

Frans de Vries, University of Stirling

Presentation

Agent based economic behavioural models of water abstraction reform policy options

Jon Pocock, Risk Solutions

Presentation

Parallel Session 6: Using Ecosystems Services in Appraisal

Environment and ecosystem services in UK government appraisal

Rob Tinch, eftec

Presentation

Paper

Monetary valuation of natural hazard protection by forests

Roland Olschewski, Swiss Federal Research Institute

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Using the ecosystem services approach in practice: a case study from the Murray-darling Basin, Australia

Rosalind Bark, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences

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Valuing air pollution impacts using the ecosystem services approach

Laurence Jones, CEH

Presentation

Parallel Session 7: Payments for Ecosystem Services

Developing the potential for Payments for Ecosystem Services in England: Emerging lessons from practical application

Helen Dunn and Colin Smith, Defra

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Decision makers' attitudes towards PES: Implications for scheme development and implementation

Duncan Royle

Presentation

Paper

Direct economic incentives for sustainable fisheries management: The case of Hilsa (T. Illisha) conservation in Bangladesh

Essam Yassin Mohammed, IIED

Presentation

Parallel Session 8: Better Evidence for Policy Design

Tradable recycling certificates: An economic instrument for waste management in Europe?

Maarten Dubois, Policy Research Centre for Sustainable Materials

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Scenarios for UK consuption emissions to 2050

Hanane Hafraoui, DECC

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