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Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza
Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza
Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Policy & Management, Duke University
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Payments for ecosystem services in Mexico: nature, neoliberalism, social movements, and the state
K McAfee, EN Shapiro
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (3), 579-599, 2010
6142010
Forest conservation and slippage: Evidence from Mexico’s national payments for ecosystem services program
JM Alix-Garcia, EN Shapiro, KRE Sims
Land Economics 88 (4), 613-638, 2012
3862012
Contesting the market-based nature of Mexico’s national payments for ecosystem services programs: Four sites of articulation and hybridization
E Shapiro-Garza
Geoforum 46, 5-15, 2013
2242013
Improving environmental and social targeting through adaptive management in Mexico's payments for hydrological services program
KRE Sims, JM ALIX‐GARCIA, E SHAPIRO‐GARZA, LR Fine, VC Radeloff, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (5), 1151-1159, 2014
1012014
Cooperative management and its effects on shade tree diversity, soil properties and ecosystem services of coffee plantations in western El Salvador
VE Méndez, EN Shapiro, GS Gilbert
Agroforestry Systems 76 (1), 111-126, 2009
812009
Increasing the impact of collective incentives in payments for ecosystem services
D Kaczan, A Pfaff, L Rodriguez, E Shapiro-Garza
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 86, 48-67, 2017
652017
Silencing agency in payments for ecosystem services (PES) by essentializing a neoliberal ‘monster’into being: a response to Fletcher & Büscher's ‘PES conceit’
G Van Hecken, V Kolinjivadi, C Windey, P McElwee, E Shapiro-Garza, ...
Ecological Economics 144, 314-318, 2018
542018
Embedding carbon markets: Complicating commodification of ecosystem services in Mexico's forests
T Osborne, E Shapiro-Garza
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (1), 88-105, 2018
532018
Contesting market-based conservation: payments for ecosystem services as a surface of engagement for rural social movements in Mexico
E Shapiro-Garza
Human Geography 6 (1), 134-150, 2013
492013
Beyond market logics: Payments for ecosystem services as alternative development practices in the Global South
E Shapiro-Garza, P McElwee, G Van Hecken, E Corbera
Development and Change 51 (1), 2020
432020
Collective Local Payments for ecosystem services: New local PES between groups, sanctions, and prior watershed trust in Mexico
A Pfaff, LA Rodriguez, E Shapiro-Garza
Water Resources and Economics 28, 100136, 2019
332019
Collective PES: More than the sum of individual incentives
T Hayes, T Grillos, LL Bremer, F Murtinho, E Shapiro
Environmental Science & Policy 102, 1-8, 2019
292019
A participatory framework for feasibility assessments of climate change resilience strategies for smallholders: Lessons from coffee cooperatives in Latin America
E Shapiro-Garza, D King, A Rivera-Aguirre, S Wang, J Finley-Lezcano
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 18 (1), 21-34, 2020
182020
Environmental and socioeconomic Impacts of Mexico’s payments for ecosystem services program
J Alix-Garcia, G Aronson, V Radeloff, C Ramirez-Reyes, E Shapiro, ...
International Initiative for Impact Evaluation Working paper, 2014
172014
The environmental effectiveness of payments for ecosystem services in Mexico: Preliminary lessons for REDD
JM Alix-Garcia, EN Shapiro, KRE Sims
Unpublished Manuscript, 2010
152010
Smallholder agricultural expansion in La Amistad Biosphere Reserve: Perceived vs. real impacts of cacao and cattle
A Connelly, EN Shapiro
Journal of Sustainable Forestry 22 (1-2), 115-141, 2006
142006
An alternative theorization of payments for ecosystem services from Mexico: Origins and influence
E Shapiro-Garza
Development and Change 51 (1), 2020
112020
Two dimensional evaluation: The environmental and socioeconomic impacts of Mexico’s Payments for Hydrological Services Program
JM Alix-Garcia, KRE Sims, P Yanez-Pagans, E Shapiro
Submitted, September, 2012
112012
To revalue the rural? Transformation of the Mexican federal payments for ecosystem services programs from neoliberal notion to development dogma
EN Shapiro
University of California, Berkeley, 2010
112010
Adaptive management in Mexico’s payments for hydrological services program improves targeting for environmental and social goals
KRE Sims, J Alix-Garcia, E Shapiro-Garza, L Fine, V Radeloff, G Aronson, ...
Conserv Biol, 2014
92014
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