A Review of PES Implementation In Cambodia by Heng Naret and Kong Sopheak PES programs have been implemented in PES and PES-like forms in Cambodia focusing on watershed, biodiversity conservation, recreation/landscape beauty, and carbon sequestration and storage. The Royal Government
Assessment of Public Willingness to Pay for Solid Waste Management in Yangon, Myanmar by Mya Lwin Lwin Aung This study aimed to assess the willingness to pay of the local communities in urban and suburban Yangon for waste disposal management.
How the Risk Attitudes of Small-Scale Households Drive Forest Carbon Sequestration Supply: A Risk Experiment in China by Zhu Zhen, Shen Yueqin, and Bai Jiangdi Climate change and carbon emission reductions are growing concerns all over the world. It is
Intertemporal Decisions for Oneself and for a Group and Conservation Decisions: Evidence from a Thai Coastal Village by Suparee Boonmanunt, Thomas Lauer, Bettina Rockenbach, Arne Weiss This study investigates the effects of others’ time preferences on the subjects’ decisions for
Tourism in Marine Protected Areas: Experiences from Nha Trang Bay, Viet Nam by Pham Thi Thanh Thuy This study examines how tourism affects biodiversity conservation and the well-being of local communities in Nha Trang Bay marine protected area in Viet
Landowners’ Preferences for a Payment for Environmental Services Program: A Case Study in East Thailand by Sarun Kamolthip This study aimed to design a desirable payment for environmental services (PES) program to be implemented in Eastern Thailand. Landowners’ preferences on
CALL FOR PAPERS: 3 rd Meeting on Energy and Environmental Economics HOST Portuguese Association of Energy Economics (APEEN) and the Research Center in Governance, Competitiveness and Public Policy (GOVCOPP) DESCRIPTION The 3 rd Meeting on Energy and Environmental Economics (ME3)