Carrasco Bioecon Lab

Bioeconomic modeling for a sustainable future

Tag: Southeast Asia

Closing oil palm yield gaps among Indonesian smallholders through industry schemes, pruning, weeding and improved seeds

Our paper “Closing oil palm yield gaps among Indonesian smallholders through industry schemes, pruning, weeding and improved seeds” has been published in Royal Society Open Science! See our publications.

Conservation Asia Conference 2016

The joint SCB and ATBC Conservation Asia conference was held in Singapore from June 29-July 2, 2016. The BioEcon lab held three different symposium throughout the conference with great success!

Francesca and Le hosted ‘Ecosystem Services and Market-Based Conservation: Challenges for the Tropics’.

Will and Yuchen hosted ‘Integrated Approaches to Reconcile Biodiversity and Land Use Change’. 

Roman co-hosted with Richard Corlett (XTBG) on ‘Reducing the Biodiversity Impacts of Infrastructure Development in the Tropics’. 

Amy presenting

Amy presenting

Will presenting

Will presenting

Winnie presenting her FYP

Winnie presenting her FYP

Yuchen presenting

Yuchen presenting

 

Auction winning, social dynamics and non-compliance in PES in Indonesia

Our research paper “Auction winning, social dynamics and non-compliance in a payment for ecosystem services scheme in Indonesia” has just been accepted in Land Use Policy! See our list of publications

Green Space and Happiness in Singapore

Our research on the link between green space and happiness in Singapore is featured in CityLab

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The link between green space and happiness in Singapore

Our research titled “The Relationship between Natural Park Usage and Happiness Does Not Hold in a Tropical City-State” on the link between green space and happiness in Singapore is published in PLOS One! See our list of publications

Pest risk in Southeast Asia

Our research on pest risk analysis in Southeast Asia has been accepted for publication in Risk Analysis: An International Journal! The article is called “A regional decision support scheme for pest risk analysis in Southeast Asia”. See our list of publications

Do Protected Areas Stop Deforestation?

Our research on deforestation and protected area effectiveness in Indonesia published in Global Environmental Change was featured in Phys.org, ScienceDaily, NewsDesk, Today

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Deforestation and protected area effectiveness in Indonesia

Our paper “Analysis of deforestation and protected area effectiveness in Indonesia: A comparison of Bayesian spatial models”  has been accepted in Global Environmental Change! See our list of publications

SCB Asia Conference 2014 Malacca

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