Gert Van Hecken
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Payments for ecosystem services and the fatal attraction of win‐win solutions
R Muradian, M Arsel, L Pellegrini, F Adaman, B Aguilar, B Agarwal, ...
Conservation letters 6 (4), 274-279, 2013
Citizen science in hydrology and water resources: opportunities for knowledge generation, ecosystem service management, and sustainable development
W Buytaert, Z Zulkafli, S Grainger, L Acosta, TC Alemie, J Bastiaensen, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 2, 26, 2014
Payments for ecosystem services: justified or not? A political view
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen
Environmental science & policy 13 (8), 785-792, 2010
Payments for ecosystem services in Nicaragua: Do market‐based approaches work?
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen
Development and change 41 (3), 421-444, 2010
Towards a power-sensitive and socially-informed analysis of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Addressing the gaps in the current debate
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen, C Windey
Ecological Economics 120, 117-125, 2015
The viability of local payments for watershed services: Empirical evidence from Matiguás, Nicaragua
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen, WF Vásquez
Ecological Economics 74, 169-176, 2012
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), 3-25, 2020
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
What’s in a name? Epistemic perspectives and Payments for Ecosystem Services policies in Nicaragua
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen, F Huybrechs
Geoforum 63, 55-66, 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
Can financial incentives change farmers' motivations? An agrarian system approach to development pathways at the Nicaraguan agricultural frontier
G Van Hecken, P Merlet, M Lindtner, J Bastiaensen
Ecological Economics 156, 519-529, 2019
Troubled encounters: Payments for ecosystem services in Chiapas, Mexico
E Corbera, S Costedoat, D Ezzine‐de‐Blas, G Van Hecken
Development and Change 51 (1), 167-195, 2020
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
Unfolding scientific expertise and security in the changing governance of Ecosystem Services
M Pasgaard, G Van Hecken, A Ehammer, N Strange
Geoforum 84, 354-367, 2017
Exploring the potential contribution of green microfinance in transformations to sustainability
F Huybrechs, J Bastiaensen, G Van Hecken
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 41, 85-92, 2019
Payments for ecosystem services and the fatal attraction of win-win solutions. Conserv. Lett. 6, 274–279
R Muradian, M Arsel, L Pellegrini, F Adaman, B Aguilar, B Agarwal, ...
The “Greening” of Empire: The European Green Deal as the EU first agenda
DV Almeida, V Kolinjivadi, T Ferrando, B Roy, H Herrera, MV Gonçalves, ...
Political Geography 105, 102925, 2023
Household preferences for municipal water services in Nicaragua
WF Vásquez, D Franceschi, GT Van Hecken
Environment and Development Economics 17 (1), 105-126, 2012
Enfrentando la vía ganadera extensiva: potenciales y limitaciones de Pagos por Servicios Ambientales y Microfinanza Verde
F Huybrechs, J Bastiaensen, D Forcella, G Van Hecken
Rutas de desarrollo en territorios humanos: las dinámicas de la Vía Láctea …, 2015
Playing before paying? A PES simulation game for assessing power inequalities and motivations in the governance of Ecosystem Services
P Merlet, G Van Hecken, R Rodriguez-Fabilena
Ecosystem services 34, 218-227, 2018
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