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Environmental Survey Research Analysis (ESRA)

Project Summary: 

ESRA is a consulting business specializes in designing, delivering, and analyzing surveys related to environmental policy and decision-making. We conduct online/Internet and mail-based surveys, but can also help design and contract for telephone surveys. We also provide social network analysis services for environmental policy, as well as business management applications. Please contact us for a quote.

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Services

  • Grant Writing
  • Survey Design
  • Research Design
  • Data Analysis
  • Social Network Analysis for Environmental Management
  • Social Network Analysis for Business Management
  • Internet Survey Programming and Implementation
  • Mail Survey Design and Implementation
  • Final Reports

Staff

  • Mark Lubell, Executive Director
  • Jim Sanchirico, Chief Economist and Researcher
  • Carlos Barahona, Chief Survey Programmer
  • Bob Brewer, Information Technology
  • Vicken Hillis, Assistant Programmer and Analyst
  • Sarah Olverson, Assisant Programmer and Analyst

Past and Current Projects with Survey Components

  • Chemonics, Social Networks in Uganda
  • AED Center for Environmental Strategies, Social Networks Project Evaluation

Sustainable Viticulture: Practice Adoption and Social Networks

Project Summary: 

The goal of the study is to understand how local agricultural sustainability programs, also known as "partnerships," in three American Viticultural Associations (Lodi, Napa Valley, San Luis Obispo) influence growers' social networks and adoption of sustainable agriculture practices. The primary research task is a grower survey that asks about practice adoption and program participation; we are also conducting a survey of outreach advisers such as extension advisers and viticultural consultants throughout the state.

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Social Networks and Decision-Making in Sustainable Agriculture: Innovation or Cooperation?

Integrated Regional Water Management

Project Summary: 

Integrated Regional Water Management Planning (IRWMP) in California is the product of a state funded grant program, which requires diverse water management interests to participate in the collaborative development of regional water management plans in order to qualify for grant funding. Broadly, our study of IRWMP in the San Francisco Bay Area seeks to identify factors that contribute to success in collaborative, multi-stakeholder planning processes.

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Integrated Regional Water Management Planning (IRWMP) in California is the product of a state funded grant program, which requires diverse water management interests to participate in the collaborative development of regional water management plans in order to qualify for grant funding. Broadly, our study of IRWMP in the San Francisco Bay Area seeks to identify factors that contribute to success in collaborative, multi-stakeholder planning processes. We are also looking to evaluate the impact that the IRWM program has had on the types of water management projects being implemented, and the degree of collaboration between the various water management stakeholders in the Bay Area. The main elements of this study include in person interviews with a cross section of stakeholders, and a more quantitative survey of all stakeholders involved.

Collaborative Environmental Policy

Project Summary: 

This project focuses on the evolution of stakeholder cooperation in the context of collaborative environmental policy in several different settings. Collaborative policy settings studied included the National Estuary Program, Integrated Regional Water Management, and regional land-use and transportation planning.

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