State Forestry Incentives and Community Stewardship: A Political Ecology of Payments and Compensation for Ecosystem Services in Guatemala’s Highlands

State Forestry Incentives and Community Stewardship: A Political Ecology of Payments and Compensation for Ecosystem Services in Guatemala’s Highlands

Nicolena vonHedemann & Tracey Osborne Abstract Many payments for ecosystem services (PES) programs in Latin America aim to provide motivation for environmental protection through valuing services and providing funds for local development. This article...

Zika Anxieties and a Role for Geography (March 2016)

Eric D. Carter, Macalester College The Zika virus epidemic in the Americas persists, with no signs of waning. Every day, fresh details emerge about its pathology and transmission: possible links between Zika infection and...

Student Travel Award

Every 18 months CLAG helps fund student travel to CLAG meetings. Funds are limited and are not intended to fund the total cost of travel, and might vary year to year, but in the...

New Orleans 2017

CLAG 2017 New Orleans, January 3-5 (Tuesday-Thursday) Register now for CLAG 2017 at CLAGconference.org! We are pleased to announce that our 2017 conference will be in New Orleans, once the capital of the Spanish...

2015 Field Reports

Field reports detailing the research conducted by our 2015 CLAG Field Awardees are now available! View Reports