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CNREP 2016: Sponsorship Info

Background

The Center for Natural Resource Economics Policy (CNREP) is a national research and extension cooperative formed in 2003 and housed at Louisiana State University.  The Center fosters the interaction of socioeconomic professionals to address natural resource management challenges in the U.S. and abroad. The Center currently has 33 active members from 12 institutions across the U.S. The center’s current activities, funded at $13.1 million over the past 10 years by 47 public and private sources, has led to the emergence of CNREP as a primary source of socioeconomic expertise for state and federal agencies in the Gulf coast region.  Every three years, CNREP holds a national conference to coordinate the activities of resource economists and policy professionals working on coastal issues. The CNREP forum is the primary venue in the southern US for coastal researchers to network with social science peers from academia, state and federal agencies, NGOs and the private sector. A sample of emerging session topics under consideration for the CNREP 2016 conference include:

  • Economics of climate change and coastal adaptation
  • Ecosystem services valuation update: Latest estimates and applications
  • Assessing the socioeconomic impacts of restoration
  • Policy and economics of fisheries access and allocation
  • Reconciling navigation and commerce with environmental restoration
  • Economics of water: Emerging priorities and policies
  • The settlement stimulus: Implications for the Gulf restoration economy     

Additional information about the triennial CNREP conferences is available under Past Conferences.

Previous/Current Conference Partners and Sponsors:

The donors to CNREP conferences include state and federal agencies; academic institutions; environmental consulting firms, non-governmental organizations. Sponsors and partners from previous CNREP conferences have included: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; USGS National Wetland Research Center; Coastal Wetland Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act; U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management; Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority; SERA 30 Southern Natural Resource Economics Committee; Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission; Harte Research Institute; Water Institute of the Gulf; The Farm Foundation; USGS National Wetland Research Center, Northern Gulf Institute; Tetra Tech; Shaw Group; Arcadis; C.H. Fenstermaker, and HNTB Inc.

Support Levels:

Premier Partner $7,500 or more Highest level of support.  Prominent logo placement in conference program, website, and recognition at events. Opportunity to underwrite and organize special sessions, meals, receptions, or to underwrite student participation. Includes exhibitor space and four conference registrations.
Sponsor $2,500– $5,000 Logo placement in conference program, website, and events. Opportunity to co-sponsor special sessions, meals, or receptions. Includes exhibitor space and two conference registrations.
Exhibitor $1,500– $2,500 Includes exhibitor space, logo placement, and one conference registration.
Supporter $500– $1,500 Includes one conference registration and recognition in conference program.

Contact information:

For additional information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Rex H. Caffey, Professor and Director, LSU Center for Natural Resource Economics & Policy.

 

 

Center for Natural Resource Economics & Policy
101 Woodin Hall, Department of Agricultural Economics
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center
Batton Rouge, LA 70803-5604
Ph: 225-578-2393; Fax: 225-578-2716
www.CNREP.lsu.edu