19982019
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Personlig profil

Forskning

Thorkil Casse is Associate Professor with Roskilde University, Denmark. 

During the last couple of years, his research focused on climate change and state responses in Vietnam to vulnerable groups’ struggle in face of flooding and drought (2012-2015). More recently (2017-2019), he investigated climate change policies Indonesia, Vietnam, and the two countries’ commitment to curb carbon emissions through protection of forest (REDD+) and why efforts have been concentrated at the central level and the local level practically left to its own devices. A major conclusion is that the REDD+ design may be misguided as it exempts the major stakeholders, namely the state and private enterprises.

Another perspective is the ongoing debate on trade-offs between conservation and development with Madagascar as example. In a study from 2017, it was argued against an approach whereby locals are interviewed on establishing a protected area prior to its implementation and often without consultation. Instead, it was suggested that locals should be interviewed after the implementation a protection regime has taken place to ascertain whether locals are in favour or against the protection regime. In a study from 2019/2020, the author questions the feasibility of cost-benefit analyses of land for protection vs land for conversion to other uses. A better perspective should be a focus on a comparison of livelihood conditions in villages located close to protected areas and those of villages that do not benefit from tourist incomes but at the same time are not subjected to restrictions on forest use.

In a new research project in collaboration with scholars from China, Germany, the US, and Vietnam, the perspective is building on previous observations and compare different protected areas in Vietnam and discuss implications of various nature management regimes and the Vietnamese state handling faced with marginalization of local people and unsustainable exploitation of natural resources (dual crisis).  The Vietnamese state can intervene and negotiate solutions with local communities. In the past, the Vietnamese authorities have shown little interest to divert from a pure command approach, but with the dual crisis becoming more urgent, the regime could privilege other options in environmental planning. The research project comes under the name: Emergence of an environmental state under authoritarianism.

 



Education:
                  

Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies, Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne, I.E.D.E.S., 1981.
M.Sc. in Economics, University of Copenhagen, 1982.
PhD (Macro-economic stabilisation and industrial policy in South Korea, Mexico and Vanuatu), Aalborg University, 1998.


Research interest:

Community forestry

Economic and social impact of climate changes

Critical analysis of social-science criticism of conservation efforts

Emneord

  • Miljø, Energi, Natur, Ressourcer
  • Afskovning
  • Vand (økonomisk, socialt og miljøgode)
  • Samfundsøkonomi, Politik
  • De globale prioriteter og cost-benefit analyse

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Publikationer 1998 2019

Lost in implementation? REDD+ country readiness experiences in Indonesia and Vietnam

Bidragets oversatte titel: Tabt under implementering ? REDD+ politik i Indonesien og VietnamCasse, T., Milhøj, A., Nielsen, M. R., Meilby, H. & Rochmayanto, Y., 31 okt. 2019, I : Climate and Development. 11, 9, s. 799-811 12 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

REDD+ policy design and policy learning: The emergence of an integrated landscape approach in Vietnam

Bidragets oversatte titel: REDD+ politik design og politik processer: Skabelse af en integreret areal tilgang i VietnamWurtzebach, Z., Casse, T., Meilby, H., Nielsen, M. R. & Milhøj, A., 2019, I : Forest Policy and Economics. 101, s. 129-139 11 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Fil

Vi kan stadig nå at bremse klimakrisen, men uddør en art, er den væk for altid

Barfod, A., Thorsen, B. J., Rahbek, C., Casse, T., Roth, E. & Dinesen, L., 24 feb. 2019, I : Politiken. s. 3 1 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftBidrag til avis - Kommentar/debatFormidling

Free-riders i den globale klimastrategi

Casse, T., 10 feb. 2017, I : Politiken.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftBidrag til avis - AvisartikelFormidling

Green grabbing debate and Madagascar: did we learn anything?

Casse, T., Razafy, F. L. & Wurtzebach, Z., 28 mar. 2017, I : International Journal of Sustainable Development. 20, 1/2, s. 166-181 16 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Åben adgang
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Projekter 2005 2018

Aktiviteter 2003 2015

Front Range Conference on Environmental Governance Research

Thorkil Casse (Taler)
1 maj 2015

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhedDeltagelse i workshop, seminar og kursus

Fil

Colorado State University (Ekstern organisation)

Thorkil Casse (Medlem)
1 nov. 201430 okt. 2015

Aktivitet: MedlemsskabMedlemskab af forskningsnetværk

ISSRM 2013 Conference

Thorkil Casse (Taler)
4 jun. 20138 jun. 2013

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhedOrganisation og deltagelse i konference

International Journal of Ecosystem (Tidsskrift)

Thorkil Casse (Redaktør)
10 dec. 201110 dec. 2012

Aktivitet: Redaktionelt arbejde og fagfællebedømmelseRedaktør af tidsskriftForskning

ICARUS II

Thorkil Casse (Deltager)
5 maj 20118 maj 2011

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhedOrganisation og deltagelse i konference