The University of Stirling hosted a three day Environment Camp on Environmental Valuation Methods for Ecosystem Services between 4-6 September 2012. The Environment Camp was organized as part of the University of Stirling’s Eco-Delivery Project, funded by the European Investment Bank and the Scottish Institute for Research in Economics (SIRE).
The Environment Camp featured four keynote lectures and thirteen contributed presentations by postgraduate students and early career researchers.
The four distinguished keynote speakers are:
The final programme for the event is available here
Nonka Markova – The importance of equity in the design of PES schemes
Fatemeh Bakhtiari – Investigating embedding effects in valuation of forest environmental goods
Niels Jobstvogt – Public perception of deep-sea protection
Daniel Norton – Valuing the benefits of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive
Eleanor Carter- Silk – Socio-economic value of the marine service of gas and climate regulation
Claudia Aravena Novielli – Internal consistency in double bounded dichotomous choice contingent valuation