Marzieh Motallebi, Ph.D.

I am interested in valuing ecosystem services in different ecosystems, investigating the economic and behavioral aspects of environmental issues, and studying the direct and indirect impacts of environmental policies on social welfare.

UPCOMING EVENTS

     PAST EVENTS

How to Talk with Landowners about Carbon Markets

Shellfish Mariculture in SC: Market Trends

Carbon Credits and Ecosystem Services

Webinar: Congaree-Wateree Draft Conservation Plan
 
Webinar: Value of Stormwater Ponds


LID Hot Topics: Costs, Perceptions and Maintenance of
Low Impact Development Practices in Coastal SC; Mt Pleasant and Myrtle Beach, SC


2019 Carbon Market for SC Workshop, Clemson SC
 
Stakeholders Workshop on Ecosystem Services Valuation, Clemson Sandhill REC

2018 Carbon Market for SC Workshop, Clemson Sandhill REC
 
2018 Promoting Organic Farming Practices in SC Workshop
 
2017 Carbon Market for SC Workshop, Clemson Belle Baruch of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science 

Carbon Market for SC, Forestry Association meeting

The Business of Recycling in SC, Belle Baruch of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science

 

Recent Projects

1- Promotion of a Sustainable Carbon Market to South Carolina Forest Landowners

2- Evaluating the Potential of Organic Farming Practices in SC

3- A Socioeconomic Evaluation of Stormwater Control Measures to Guide Decision-Making in Coastal South Carolina

4- Cost Estimate of Natural Solutions for the North Coast Resilience Project

5- Keeping the Green Heart Healthy: An Ecologically Sound and Economically Viable Conservation Plan for the Cowasee Basin

For more information, please email me at: mmotall@Clemson.edu