Daniel is a PhD candidate within the SCENSUS project. His research is concerned with the role of community enterprises for sustainability and its societal impact as an alternative to the dichotomy Market-State. Daniel undertook an Erasmus Mundus Master in Global Development Policy, graduating with honors with the thesis “Community perceptions in a collective PES on mangrove conservation: a case study from the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica”, in which he explored the interconnections between environmental PES programs, collaborative collective action among individuals, NGOs and the State and the degree of social cohesion of rural communities.
INVOLVED IN PROJECTS
- Community enterprises
- Sustainability & societal impact