SimPachamama is an agent based simulation game which mimics the behavior of the inhabitants in a small forest community on the agricultural frontier. It teaches the players about policies for simultaneously reducing deforestation and increasing human well-being.More...
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Green National Accounting for Bolivia
In an effort to make the important contribution of nature more visible to policy makers, Conservation International - Bolivia, CEEMA-INESAD and PIEB have developed the first version of the Green National Accounting for Bolivia for the period 1990-2008.
The Economics of Climate Change in Bolivia
As part of the Regional Study on the Economics of Climate Change (ERECC) led by CEPAL and financed by the IDB, we produced a series of background papers and a Synthesis Report on the Economics of Climate Change in Bolivia.
The REDD dilemma
A video about our ESPA project: "Scientific and didactic tools for the participatory design of effective, efficient and equitable policies to reduce deforestation and rural poverty in Bolivia"
SimPachamama launch: 1 September 2013
The simulation game designed to help communities discuss different mechanisms for reducing deforestation and rural poverty has finally been completed. Visit the SimPachamama web-site for more information.
OSIRIS-Bolivia and CISS-Bolivia
Would REDD work in Bolivia? The two Excel-based tools OSIRIS-Bolivia (Open Source Impacts of REDD Incentives Spreadsheet for Bolivia) and CISS-Bolivia (Conservation Incentives Spread Sheet for Bolivia) allow detailed simulation of the socio-economic and environmental impacts of different incentives to reduce deforestation in Bolivia.
Av. Héctor Ormachea, #6115
between C. 15 y 16, Obrajes,
La Paz, Bolivia.