Tania Briceno serves as lead team economist for Earth Economics’ Louisiana-based projects, linking landscape changes to socio-economic impacts. She also leads work on the economics of outdoor recreation and the valuation of ecosystem services for international court cases. Prior to joining Earth Economics, she worked with the Canadian federal government on climate change adaptation policy and with the City of Montreal on ecosystem service-based land-use planning. She also worked with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology on the use of life-cycle assessment tools and input-output modeling for sustainable transport policy.
"Gem of the Emerald Corridor: Nature's Value in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. May, 2018.
"Ecosystem Service Valuation Framework Applied to a Legal Case in the Anchicaya Region of Colombia." Published in Ecosystem Services Journal.
"Basin-Wide Socio-Economic Analysis of Four Proposed Sediment Diversions." Presented to the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority.
"Economic Analysis of Outdoor Recreation in Washington State." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. January, 2015.
Ph.D. Environmental Economics
Université de Montreal | Montreal, Canada
M.A. Ecological Economics
University of Leeds | United Kingdom
B.A. Economics and International Development
McGill University | Montreal, Canada