Varieties of Ecological Economics: Advancing Alternatives for the people and ecosystems of Latin America 3-7 september, 2013

Varieties of Ecological Economics:
Advancing Alternatives for the people
and ecosystems of Latin America
3-7 september, 2013
San José, Costa Rica
Organizer: Mesoamerican Society for Ecological Economics SMEE
The Mesoamerican Society of Ecological Economics (SMEE)
was established during the ecological economics
conference held from 26 to 27 of may 2008, in Guatemala City.
SMEE was created to open a space for discussion about the theorical
and methodological development of ecological economics, to promote
multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary
scientific research to ecological economics integration and
support academic activities carried out in relation to this
subject in the region.
Board of Directors:
President
Bernardo Aguilar, Costa Rica.
Vicepresident
David Barkin, México.
Treasurer
Iliana Monterroso, Guatemala.
Secretary
Pastora Rivera, Nicaragua.
At large
Mario Fuente, México.
David Montesdeoca, Rep. Dominicana
Comptroller
Darío Escobar, México.
Students representative
Grettel Navas, Costa Rica.
With support of:
{Fundación Neotrópica: http://www.neotropica.org}
Contact info:
facebook.com/smee123
{smee.codigosur.net: }
info@neotropica.org
(506) 2253-2130

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