By bringing our environmental economics expertise and experiences, we at the Economy and Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA Partnership) welcome partnerships with local governments, national agencies, and international organizations that are committed to generating research that can make a difference in how we manage our natural resources. We expand on the work of the Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia’s (EEPSEA Program) using the multidisciplinary approach to provide research findings that can inform policies on climate change, energy and water resources, urban issues such as health and pollution, biodiversity and seascape issues, and land degradation. We also conduct training courses and provide research grants to capacitate young researchers. This is so they can continue the EEPSEA Program’s relevant role in the economic analysis of environmental issues to provide sound advice to environmental policy and decision makers.
|CURRENT RESEARCH||EEPSEA Partnership’s key research areas: climate change, energy and water resources, urban issues such as health and pollution, biodiversity and seascape issues, and land degradation. For a list of our ongoing research work, please visit this link.|
|PUBLICATIONS||We share our research findings through our various publications, all of which are free for download.|
|TRAINING COURSES||We conduct short training courses on various environmental and natural resource economics tools and techniques. For a list of courses we offer, please visit this link.|
|RESEARCH GRANTS||We provide research grants so that young researchers can “learn by doing”. Grants are also provided to aid young researchers in the conduct of their PhD and Master degree fieldwork. To learn more about our research grants, please visit this link.|