In a new paper, CHANS lab folks (plus Kristjan Jespersen) proposed to re-imagine incentive programs to encourage values of responsibility, not to buy behaviour change. Full citation: Chan, K.M.A., E. Anderson, M. Chapman, K. Jespersen and P. Olmsted (2017). “Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability.” Ecological Economics 140: 110-122. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.029
Congratulations to Alejandra Echeverri Ochoa for winning IRES’ Les Lavkulich Outstanding Leadership and Service Award for her crucial contributions to RES, IRES, and also to the global community (e.g., through the COP13 process of the Convention on Biological Diversity)!
Congratulations to Edward Gregr for winning IRES’ Freda Pagani Outstanding PhD Thesis Award for his dissertation, which he defended in August 2016!
Graham McDowell was awarded a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship for his doctoral studies focused on high-mountain social-ecological systems.
Ale was selected to join the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN) team to COP13. Together with 12 others, she will represent the global youth and contribute to the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, and the achievement of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.
Congratulations to Ale who was awarded the National Geographic Young Explorers Grant to evaluate cultural values of birds in Costa Rica.
In a gruelling double-header (at least for supervisor Kai Chan and key committee member Terre Satterfield), Gerald Singh and Sarah Klain defended their PhDs on Sept 27. Congratulations, Dr. Singh and Dr. Klain!
A belated congratulations to Dr. Edward Gregr, who successfully defended his PhD on August 5th (no revisions!).
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