Vijay Kolinjivadi
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Avoiding dualisms in ecological economics: Towards a dialectically-informed understanding of co-produced socionatures
V Kolinjivadi
Ecological Economics 163, 32-41, 2019
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
The coronavirus outbreak is part of the climate change crisis
V Kolinjivadi
aljazeera. com, 2020
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
Why a ‘Green New Deal’Must Be Decolonial
V Kolinjivadi
Al Jazeera 7, 2019
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
Why a hipster, vegan, green tech economy is not sustainable
V Kolinjivadi
aljazeera. com, 2019
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
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
No harm here is still harm there: the green new deal and the Global South (I)
V Kolinjivadi, A Kothari
Jamhoor. org, 2020
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