Books

Published by EEPSEA. Books unavailable online are available by mail upon request from admin@eepsea.net.

This book presents how the strategic and conscious integration of gender into environmental economics research can enrich the analysis, thereby enabling researchers to give a more accurate assessment of the socioeconomic dynamics in environmental and natural resource management (ENRM). Specifically, the engendered framework presented will show how researchers can move…
This book is a compilation of four EEPSEA-funded research studies that used Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) to analyze: (1) the economic impacts of climate change in the agriculture sector of the Philippines and Indonesia and how changes in resource allocation and prices in that sector would affect others; (2) the…
This handbook contains 14 cases of real-life environmental problems in Southeast Asia. The case writers present the data and analysis of the issues and their solutions based on the research projects they did, which were all funded by the Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia. The problem-oriented cases end with questions…
From September to November of 1997, raging fires in Indonesia pumped enough smoke into the air to blanket the entire region in haze, reaching as far north as southern Thailand and the Philippines, with Malaysia and Singapore being particularly affected. An area the size of Costa Rica was completely devastated.…
This book presents the results of a co-ordinated multi-country study aimed at assessing the potential for Asian countries to finance programs to conserve protected species. The research was done by a team of university-based researchers from Thailand, Vietnam, China and the Philippines. The project was organized and financed by the…
This publication provides information on the sub-national areas (regions/districts/ provinces) most vulnerable to climate change impacts in Southeast Asia. This assessment was carried out by overlaying climate hazard maps, sensitivity maps, and adaptive capacity maps following the vulnerability assessment framework of the United Nations’ Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).…
Developing countries face a formidable challenge: lifting millions of people out of poverty while protecting some of the world’s most important and biologically rich ecosystems. Achieving both objectives will require finding win–win solutions and, where those cannot be found, making trade-offs based on thorough knowledge of what is gained and…
Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia