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Researcher in Maritime Economics Needed

Job title: Researcher in maritime economics Reference:  PV-2020-041 Department/Office:  Département des Ressources Biologiques et Environnement Unité de recherche Economie Maritime Duty station:  Brest, Bretagne, FR, France Deadline for applications: 23/08/2020 The Institute and the recruiting department A pioneer in ocean science, … Continue reading

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Call for inputs by the Standing Committee on Finance

Call for inputs by the Standing Committee on Finance relating to the organization of its next Forum The Conference of the Parties (COP) at its seventeenth session mandated the Standing Committee on Finance (SCF) to organize a Forum for communication … Continue reading

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2020 Human Development Report

17 June UNDP-UNEP, New York High-level Dialogue on the 2020 Human Development Report PEOPLE AND THE PLANET: The Future of Development in a Post-COVID-19 World WEDNESDAY, 17 JUNE 2020; 3:30 p.m. CET / 9:30 am EDT Register to Join the … Continue reading

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Life Beyond Capital

Prof John O’Neill, University of Manchester CUSP essay series on the Morality of Sustainable Prosperity | No 6 This essay forms part of a series within the work programme of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, investigating the philosophical … Continue reading

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What is Lost Through No Net Loss

John O’Neill Philosophy, School of Social Sciences, Humanities Bridgeford Street Building, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, UK (Received 26 October 2017; revised 08 June 2019; accepted 22 July 2019) Abstract No net loss approaches to environmental policy claim that … Continue reading

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University Teacher in Ecological Economics

Applications are invited for a 12-month fixed-term, full-time University Teacher in the area of ecological and environmental economics. The successful candidate will be required to teach compulsory courses on climate change economics to student cohorts at postgraduate taught (MSc) level. … Continue reading

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USSEE Newsletter June 2020 Job Opportunities

The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station is seeking to hire a Research Economist with a duty station in Portland Oregon in the near future. The entry-level of this Research Economist is GS-110-12. A Ph.D. in Environmental Economics, Natural Resource … Continue reading

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ESA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

2020 ESA Annual Meeting Harnessing the Ecological Data Revolution From August 3-6, ESA will virtually host the Annual Meeting for ecologists from around the world. This is an opportunity to join your colleagues and leaders from various fields for four … Continue reading

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USSEE 2020 Board Elections Open

USSEE 2020 Board Elections Open Voting is now open for 5 available USSEE board positions. All active USSEE members should have received an email yesterday with voting information. You can read about the candidates and cast your vote visit our website … Continue reading

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USSEE Round Table Discussion: Beyond GDP: Measuring Genuine Progress

USSEE Round Table Discussion: Beyond GDP: Measuring Genuine Progress Wednesday, June 3rd, 3 pm EDT. To register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ussee-panel-discussion-beyond-… About this Event: Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) is a metric designed to take fuller account of the well-being of a nation, … Continue reading

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FacingFuture.TV Call for Editors

Stuart Scott, our representative to the annual COP, the UN-sponsored climate negotiations, is in need of some volunteer assistance.  He transitioned from ClimateMatters.TV for several COPs to ScientistsWarning.TV for a few more.  Now he has broadened his focus yet again, … Continue reading

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Updates and deadlines from the ISC: Calls for participation

Here are a number of important ISC initiatives and upcoming deadlines, which are outlined below. Nominations are sought to help establish a small group of experts that will represent the Council for an international alliance around COVID-19 education The ISC … Continue reading

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MINE Discussion Paper Series

MINE – Mapping the Interplay between Nature and Economy A Digital Gateway to the Foundations of Ecological Economics Discussion Paper Series No. 658 Department of Economics Heidelberg University December 2018 https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/md/awi/forschung/deseminar/dp_658.pdf

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Independent Expert to Assist the Rio Doce Panel (RDP)

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) seeks applications from qualified individuals with recognized expertise in social sciences; community participation and engagement; and community livelihoods, including indigenous and traditional communities, to serve on the Rio Doce Panel (RDP). IUCN … Continue reading

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Call for Nominations | IAFFE’s 2021 Agarwal Book Prize

2021 SURAJ MAL AND SHYAMA DEVI AGARWAL BOOK PRIZE Call for Nominations Nomination Deadline: May 15, 2020 The International Association for Feminist Economics announces The Suraj Mal and Shyama Devi Agarwal Book Prize to be awarded biennially for a work … Continue reading

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