Dr Emmanouil Tyllianakis
I joined the Sustainability Research Insitute (SRI) in 2019 and I am currently working in two Horizon 2020 projects (CONSOLE and DRYvER). My work helps with furthering the socio-economic impact of land/water management decisions. My work moves along these two research lines: 1) Understanding how human behaviour impacts water ecosystems and human welfare in return and 2) Capturing the implications of climate change and over-exploitation of resources in economic terms and how this can be linked to perceptions.
Prior to joining SRI I worked as an Environmental Economist for Defra’s Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) in the UK. There I was involved in projects in the Carribean region, South-East Asia and Europe spanning from the economic valuation of costs from hurricanes, to the value of cultural ecosystem services and the value of mitigation for marine plastic pollution.
- Measuring acceptability of new agri-environment schemes in the EU (UK case study) for WP3 and developing a Community of Practice for WP5 in CONtract Solutions for Effective and lasting delivery of agri-environmental-climate public goods by EU agriculture and forestry (CONSOLE) https://console-project.eu/
- Measuring the economic value of ecosystem services provided by Drying River Networks (DRN) in WP4 for Securing biodiversity, functional integrity and ecosystem services in DRYing riVER networks (DRYvER) https://www.dryver.eu/about/about-the-project
- PhD, Environmental Economics, University of Patras, Greece
- MSc, Environmental Economics, University of Manchester, UK
- BSc, Economics, University of Patras, Greece
I am involved in teaching activities as a demonstrator in postgraduate courses in the MSc Ecological Economics.
Research groups and institutes
- Economics and Policy for Sustainability