envecon 2015

Keynote Speaker

Professor Dieter Helm, CBE, Fellow in Economics, New College Oxford and Chair, NCC

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Plenary Session: Natural Capital

Corporate Natural Capital Accounting

Allan Provins, eftec, UK

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How economics can help realise the value of natural capital assets to the private sector

Chris White, AECOM, UK

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Economic analysis of natural capital investments: The Integrated Model

Ian Bateman, UEA, UK

Presentation

Parallel Session 1: Energy & Climate Change

Politics matters: political events as catalysts for price formation under cap-and-trade

Nicolas Koch, MCC Berlin, Germany

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Time sensitivity of social preferences: what is the role of sustainability and inherent uncertainty? An application to wetland adaptation policies to climate change

Michela Faccioli, UIB, Spain

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Farmland insurance as a climate change adaptation mechanism

Sisse Liv Jorgensen, Aarhus University, Denmark

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Environmental policy and induced innovation: evidence from automobile fuel economy regulations

Takahiko Kiso, University of Aberdeen, UK

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Parallel Session 2: The Marine Environment

Economic valuation of marine water pollution: identification and estimation of the potential effects of microplastics on fisheries, coastal tourism, and the marine environment.

Jeo Lee, CEFAS, UK

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The Bio-Economic Model of European Fleets (BEMEF): a tool for economic appraisal in the marine environment

Griffin Carpenter, NEF, UK

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Methodology for integrated socio-economic assessment of offshore platforms in the context of  the Marine Strategy Framework Directive

Amerissa Giannouli, Athens University, Greece

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Valuation of Coastal Flood Defences in the Eden Estuary, Scotland

Kate Wade, Scottish Ocean Institute, UK

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Parallel Session 3: The Water Environment

Benefits transfer and the aquatic environment: an investigation in the context of fish passage improvement

Steven King, University of Kent, UK

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An economic valuation of future changes to upland river ecosystem services

Mike Christie, Aberystwyth University, UK

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Catchment management in the UK: the role of arguments for biodiversity

Laurence Mathieu, eftec, UK

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Well-being and the water environment: an econometric investigation

Steve Arnold, the Environment Agency, UK

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Parallel Session 4: Business & Individual Behaviour

Social norms, morals and self-interest as determinants of pro-environment behaviour

Nick Hanley, University of St Andrews, UK

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Behavioural attitudes towards waste prevention and recycling

Massimiliano Mazzanti, University of Ferrara, Italy

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Paper

Green job creation, innovation and environmental oriented strategies in SMEs

Grazia Cecere, Institute Mines Telecom, France

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Using regulation as a last resort? An assessment of the performance of voluntary approaches

Donal McCarthy, RSPB, UK

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Parallel Session 5: Economic Valuation

Salient attributes in choice experiments

Davide Contu, LSE, UK

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Discounting Disentangled: an expert survey on the determinants of the long-term social discount rate

Frikk Nesje, University of Oslo, Norway

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Paper

A Delphi valuation exercise as a tool in Amazon rainforest ecosystem services valuation

Stale Navrud, NMBU, Norway

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Parallel Session 6: Learning from Policy Experience

The net benefits of the acid rain program: what can we learn from the Grand Policy Experiment?

Ron Chan, University of Manchester, UK

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A review of the benefits, costs and resource needs associated with the delivery of the Aichi biodiversity targets

Matt Rayment, ICF International, UK

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The conservation versus production trade-off: does livestock intensification increase deforestation? The case of the Brazilian Amazon

Petterson Molina Vale, LSE, UK

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