Biomass Energy: Ensuring Sustainability through Conditioned Economic Incentives (E.B. Bluemel)

Author Erik B. Bluemel ( University of Denver , USA ) Keywords Global warming, climate change, biomass, international trade, environmental law, energy, alternative energy, ethanol, subsidies Abstract Current strategies to minimize the anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases focus on reducing emissions from developed countries. Long term strategies for addressing global warming, however, will need to […]

Can Economic Incentives Resolve Conservation Conflict (D.C. MacMillan and S. Phillip)

Author(s) Douglas Craig MacMillan (University of Kent, UK) Sharon Phillip (University of Aberdeen, UK) Keywords Economic incentives, biodiversity, conservation conflict, red deer Abstract Market-based economic incentives are increasingly perceived as a cost-effective approach to biodiversity conservation but empirical evidence to substantiate this claim is lacking. Using both qualitative and quantitative data analysis this paper investigates […]