- VII Conference of the Argentine-Uruguayan Association of Ecological Economics (ASAUEE) July 29, 2014“The bridge languages in the approaches of the environmental dimension” Neuquén, North Patagonia, Argentina10th to 13th November, 201510th and 11th, Course of Ecological Economics12th and 13th, VII Conference on Ecological Economics Folleto Descargable Spanish: http://www.isecoeco.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/archivo-de-luis.pdf Downloadable Brochure Eng
- PostDoctoral Researcher in Ecological, Environmental and Resource Economics July 25, 2014The newly established Chair of Environmental Economics and Resource Management at Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Germany (Prof. Dr. Stefan Baumgärtner) is seeking a PostDoctoral Researcher in Ecological, Environmental and Resource Economics beginning September 1, 2014 or the earliest date thereafter. The … Continue reading →
- July 2014 Water Footprint Network News July 16, 2014Welcome to the Water Footprint Network’s July newsletter. I’m pleased to let you know that the new, improved version 1.1 of our Water Footprint Assessment Tool is now live and available for everyone to use on www.waterfootprint.org/tool. This upgraded version … Continue reading →
- GrowthBusters July Update – World Population Day July 15, 2014Friday is World Population Day, so the GrowthBusters team (which is down to me right now while Lynsey is on what I hope will be a temporary leave of absence) has been very focused on the overpopulation issue. I’ll share … Continue reading →
- BES & LSE Annual Symposium July 14, 2014British Ecological Society & London School of Economics Joint Annual Symposium Eco2: Ecology x Economics=Eco2 BMA House, London 8 – 10 September 2014 In September we will be holding our Annual Symposium. The organising committee includes Drew Purves and Matthew … Continue reading →
- ANZSEE 2013 Conference – Free Access July 10, 2014It is with great pleasure that I can announce the 2013 ANZSEE Conference proceedings are now available for FREE. These referred conference proceedings are a collation of both academic papers and practitioner insights based on the hugely successful ANZSEE 2013 … Continue reading →
- CROP International Studies in Poverty Prize 2014 July 8, 2014CROP in cooperation with Zed Books, requests entries for the CROP International Studies in Poverty Prize 2014. Deadline: August 31, 2014 We seek original, high-quality, alternative and critical academic manuscripts. Works challenging the dominant thinking and knowledge about poverty and … Continue reading →
- CFP: Workshop on Ethical Underpinnings of Climate Economics July 8, 2014Climate Ethics and Economics Department of Political and Economic StudiesUniversity of Helsinki Call for Papers Workshop: Ethical underpinnings of climate economics Helsinki; 11-13 November 2014 Confirmed Speakers John Broome (University of Oxford) John O’Neill (University of Manchester) The debates around … Continue reading →
- Networked Urban Mobilities July 8, 2014Networked Urban Mobilities – Register Now 5-7th of November 2014 Venue: Aalborg University Campus in Copenhagen, DK Joint hosts: Aalborg University & Roskilde University REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Keynote Speakers Announced! John Urry – Professor of Sociology & director … Continue reading →
- Oxford Summer School in Ecological Economics 2014 July 3, 2014Breaking News The Oxford Summer School in Ecological Economics 2014 will be opened by Prof. Peter Söderbaum http://goo.gl/wEotfU and will feature will feature guest lectures by the European Environment Agency (http://www.eea.europa.eu/), Prof. Herbert Girardet and Prof. Dave Elliott.
- VII Conference of the Argentine-Uruguayan Association of Ecological Economics (ASAUEE) July 29, 2014
Category Archives: Research Projects
CEECEC (Civil Society Engagement with ECological EConomics), is a European Commission FP7 funded project (Apr 2008-Oct 2010) coordinated by ICTA UAB that aims to enable civil society Organisations (CSOs) to engage in and lead collaborative research with ecological economists. Read … Continue reading
The Carnegie Council has initiated a multi-site, multi-year collaborative research project to explain and compare values and their role in environmental policy making in China, India, Japan, and the United States. The project’s goal is to increase understanding of the … Continue reading
Sustainable Communities/ZERI-NM (SCZ) supports environmentally, socially and economically sustainable projects, businesses and activities in small communities in New Mexico and on the US/Mexico border.