Vijay Kolinjivadi
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Recasting payments for ecosystem services (PES) in water resource management: A novel institutional approach
V Kolinjivadi, J Adamowski, N Kosoy
Ecosystem Services 10, 144-154, 2014
842014
A review of two payment schemes for watershed services from China and Vietnam: the interface of government control and PES theory
VK Kolinjivadi, T Sunderland
Ecology and Society 17 (4), 2012
632012
Juggling multiple dimensions in a complex socio-ecosystem: The issue of targeting in payments for ecosystem services
V Kolinjivadi, A Grant, J Adamowski, N Kosoy
GeoForum 58, 1-13, 2015
482015
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
472018
Capabilities as justice: Analysing the acceptability of payments for ecosystem services (PES) through ‘social multi-criteria evaluation’
V Kolinjivadi, G Gamboa, J Adamowski, N Kosoy
Ecological Economics 118, 99-113, 2015
422015
Neoliberal performatives and the ‘making’of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES)
V Kolinjivadi, G Van Hecken, DV Almeida, J Dupras, N Kosoy
Progress in Human Geography 43 (1), 3-25, 2019
382019
The building of mining discourses and the politics of scale in Ecuador
D Vela-Almeida, V Kolinjivadi, N Kosoy
World Development 103, 188-198, 2018
302018
As a lock to a key? Why science is more than just an instrument to pay for nature’s services
V Kolinjivadi, G Van Hecken, JCR de Francisco, J Pelenc, N Kosoy
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26, 1-6, 2017
272017
Economic experiments for collective action in the Kyrgyz Republic: lessons for payments for ecosystem services (PES)
V Kolinjivadi, S Charré, J Adamowski, N Kosoy
Ecological Economics 156, 489-498, 2019
192019
Putting nature ‘to work’through Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Tensions between autonomy, voluntary action and the political economy of agri-environmental practice
V Kolinjivadi, AZ Mendez, J Dupras
Land use policy 81, 324-336, 2019
172019
Avoiding dualisms in ecological economics: Towards a dialectically-informed understanding of co-produced socionatures
V Kolinjivadi
Ecological Economics 163, 32-41, 2019
122019
Water quality trading schemes as a form of state intervention: Two case studies of state-market hybridization from Canada and New Zealand
B Tabaichount, SLR Wood, C Kermagoret, V Kolinjivadi, JF Bissonnette, ...
Ecosystem Services 36, 100890, 2019
112019
The coronavirus outbreak is part of the climate change crisis
V Kolinjivadi
aljazeera. com, 2020
62020
Can the planet be saved in Time? On the temporalities of socionature, the clock and the limits debate
V Kolinjivadi, D Vela Almeida, J Martineau
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 3 (3), 904-926, 2020
52020
Why a ‘Green New Deal’Must Be Decolonial
V Kolinjivadi
Al Jazeera 7, 2019
52019
Would you like some fries with your ecosystem services?: McDonaldization and conservation in Prince Edward Island, Canada
V Kolinjivadi, JF Bissonnette, AZ Mendez, J Dupras
Geoforum 111, 73-82, 2020
42020
Why a hipster, vegan, green tech economy is not sustainable
V Kolinjivadi
aljazeera. com, 2019
32019
The construction of perceptions on the environmental and managerial considerations of an urban green space
VK Kolinjivadi
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25 (2), 230-241, 2013
32013
Mixing public and Private Agri-environment schemes: effects on farmers participation in Quebec, Canada
A Zaga-Mendez, V Kolinjivadi, JF Bissonnette, J Dupras
International Journal of the Commons 14 (1), 2020
22020
No harm here is still harm there: the green new deal and the Global South (I)
V Kolinjivadi, A Kothari
Jamhoor. org, 2020
22020
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20