His research is centered on the added-value and integration of biodiversity and ecosystem services into policy processes and instruments in rural and peri-urban contexts. More specifically he is working on policy coherence and integrated planning processes, science-policy-society interactions, participatory processes (co-creation), Payment for Ecosystem Serices (PES), Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA), Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and contracts for agri-environental measures.
In the past he has been working in South-East Asia (Malaysia and Indonesia) on aquaculture certification, developing recommendations for traceability within traditional markets.
Master, Forest and Nature Conservation, Wageningen Environmental Research, Wageningen
Research output: Other contribution › Research
Research output: Book/Report › Reports of Research Institute for Nature and Forest › Research
Research output: Book/Report › Report not published by INBO › Research