Paying for the Environment: A PES Manual provides a guide to the design and implementation of PES schemes that ‘mimic’ market processes, including three key elements: the estimation of the demand for environmental services, an understanding of the costs of supply, and how to predict the productivity of actions taken. This book will act as an instructional manual for practitioners, policymakers and their advisors in government and non-government organizations. Users will find a step-by-step demonstration based on firsthand experiences gained through a PES application at two case study sites. Finally, the book presents research in applied economics and bio-physical modeling.
- Presents original and novel research in PES scheme design and implementation
- Provides an instructional manual for practitioners, policymakers and their advisors
- Includes case study that is based on the practical application of rigorous concepts
Graduate students, researchers, and professionals worldwide working in environmental and natural resource economics
- Principles and concepts
3. Links between inputs and outputs
6. Payment system
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- © Academic Press 2019
- 1st August 2019
- Academic Press
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Dr Gabriela Scheufele is a Visiting Research Fellow in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. Her current research is focused on designing and implementing a payments for environmental services (PES) scheme in Lao PDR. Her research interests include non-market valuation, conservation auctions, market-based instruments in environmental and natural resource management, and incorporating environmental and natural resource economics research into policy development.
Visiting Research Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Acton, Australia
Prof Jeff Bennett is Professor in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. He is an international recognised environmental and resource economist who specialises in the analysis of the private sector in protecting the environment and the estimation of non-market benefits and costs.
Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Acton, Australia