Dr Emmanouil Tyllianakis

Profile

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. 

 

Research interests

  • 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 
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Qualifications

  • PhD, Environmental Economics, University of Patras, Greece
  • MSc, Environmental Economics, University of Manchester, UK
  • BSc, Economics, University of Patras, Greece