Renaud Lapeyre is Research Fellow Biodiversity and Environmental Services for the Iddri, Paris (France). PhD doctor in development and environmental economics, his main research has recently focused on community-based natural resource management, conservation, collective action and income-generating activities (ecotourism) in developing countries. He worked and carried research during several years in Morocco, Namibia, South Africa and Kenya. His current specific research at IDDRI focuses on market-based instruments for biodiversity and payments for environment services in developing countries, in particular in Indonesia.
Among Renaud Lapeyre's recent publications, these may be consulted on the web:
- Politics of the Earth - EDGE International Summer School, 2016-09-09
- IUCN World Conservation Congress: Conservation finance, Renaud Lapeyre, Raphaël Billé, 2016-09-05