The SimPachamama project was financed by the British program called “Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation” (ESPA). It was carried out by a consortium of institutions consisting of London School of Economics, INESAD, Conservation International, SOAS and University of Sussex.
The main researchers behind SimPachamama are: Lykke E. Andersen (INESAD), Ugur Bilge (LSE), Ben Groom (LSE, formerly SOAS), David Gutierrez (INESAD), Evan Killick (University of Sussex), Juan Carlos Ledezma (Conservation International), Esther Lopez (University of Sussex), Charles Palmer (LSE), Diana Weinhold (LSE).
Many others have contributed significantly to the project at some point. Below are photos from various workshops.