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Dr. Herminia Francisco

Dr. Herminia Francisco has been the Director of the Economy and Environment Programme for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) since 2007. Previously, she was the program’s part-time Deputy Director for several years before becoming full-time Deputy Director in 2005 when she was stationed in Cambodia. She also worked closely with researchers from the Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI), the Ministry of Environment, and the Community-Based Management Natural Resource Learning Institute (CBMNR-Li) between 2005 and 2007. She also supported several training and research projects in Lao PDR and Cambodia. Her written work covers topics such as the economics of soil erosion and conservation, the pricing of environmental services, climate change adaptation, and institutional issues governing the management of common pool resources. She has coedited three books that feature collections of environmental economics research studies in Viet Nam and the Philippines. Prior to joining the EEPSEA, Dr. Herminia taught for several years at the University of the Philippines Los Baños.

Dr. Francisco also coedited the book titled “Winning the water war: Watershed, water policies, and water institutions” which received the Outstanding Book Award in 2007 given by the National Academy of Science and Technology. Said book was a joint publication of the Philippine Institute for Development Studies and the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development.

To check the publications of Dr. Francisco in SERP-P, simply type “Francisco” in the search box of the SERP-P website.