"The Impacts of Climate Change on the Poor in Disadvantaged Regions" now available in Review of Environmental Economics and Management /
Our new Editor's Choice article is now available!
Jacob Hochard (Department of Economics, ICSP), Greg Howard (Department of Economics), Kayla Clark (School of Art and Design), John Whitehead (Visiting Troxler Professor Department of Economics) and Yuanhao Li (Norwegian School of Economics) partnered with the Salvation Army during the holiday season to conduct a local field experiment. The Troxler-funded study, The Charitable Giving Value of People's Best Friend, was conducted from November 27th-29th and tested whether the presence of dogs at bell ringing stations increased donations at a major retail store in Greenville, North Carolina.
Beyond the Bonus: Reuniting and Adapting to Fragmented Habitat for Species Recovery
CBEAR-MAAP Conference (US Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center in Shepardstown, WV) /
Beyond the Bonus: Reuniting and Adapting to Fragmented Habitat for Species Conservation
"Cyclones, Water Quality and Human Health: Evidence from Indonesia to Eastern North Carolina"
Thrilled our project has been awarded officially under the EPA's Integrating human Health and Well-Being with ecosystem services RFA.
Our early career team, Ariane Peralta (ECU Biology), Randall Etheridge (ECU Engineering) and Charles Sims (U. Tennessee Knoxville Economics), is excited to break ground on our project:
Community-Level Management of Human Health Risks from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) with Defensive Natural Capital Investments.