Prof. Dr. Carsten Mann

 Prof. Dr. Carsten Mann

Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, Germany

Governance of forest ecosystems, innovation research

InnoForESt is a European project funded by the Horizon 2020-Innovation Action to further explore the delivery of forest ecosystem services and foster the development of innovative policy, management, and business solutions.


Dr. Sergio Villamayor-Tomas


Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain

Institutional and policy instrument analysis, commons and collective action, PES, value chain approaches, choice experiments

WP coordinator in BASIL: Landscape-scale biodiversity and the balancing of provisioning, regulating and supporting ecosystem services, BiodivERsA/FACCE-JPI,; EU Marie Curie Individual Fellowship: ‘Exploring the impact of social mobilization on cooperation in community-based natural resource management systems (Spain and Mexico)

Dr. Federica Ravera

Frederica Ravera

University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, Spain

Vulnerability, resilience and adaptation of social-ecological systems, participatory-learning, role of institutions and gender for adaptation

Leader of AGATA: Agrifood systems, gender and transformative adaptation to climate change: a systemic and intersectional approach applied in Mediterranean context

Dr. Louise (Wieteke) Willemen

Dr. Lousie Wieteke Willemen

University of Twente, Netherlands

GIS, Spatial and temporal assessment of ecosystem services supply, monitoring of integrated rural interventions, evidence-based rural policy support on local to global level

Coordinating lead author of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) assessment on Land degradation and restoration (2015-2018), contributing author of the TEEB Food and Agriculture project (2016-2018), partner in public-private integrated watershed restoration project funded by Netherlands Enterprise Agency (2016-2019), partner in Biodiversity and ES in viticultural landscapes funded by H2020 ERA-NET COFUND (2018-2020).

Prof. Dr. Sophie Thoyer

Dr. Sophie Thoyer

Center for Environmental Economics Montpellier, France

Poliy design, behavioural experiments, contracts, auctions, governance of multi-lateral environmental agreements

REECAP Research network on Economic Experiments for the CAP, in charge of CAPeye website which provides information on CAP issues: