ISEE 2016 Presentations

ISEE2016 Transforming the Economy: Sustaining Food, Water, Energy and Justice

ISEE 2016 Presentations

Transforming the Economy: Sustaining Food, Water, Energy and Justice


Alternative visions for leveraging the food-water nexus for a sustainability transition: The Case of India; Rimjhim Aggarwal


Can interbasin water transfer for stream restoration be economically justified? The case of the Ayun Nature Reserve, Israel; Ariel Akron


The Economics of Ecosystem-Based Adaptation: Measurement, Valuation and Uncertainties; Mahbubul Alam, PhD


Asset Prices and Inequality; Joseph Ament


Urban water services and greenhouse emissions: Towards an environmentally sensitive regulatory approach; Jay Ananda, PhD


Resilience towards hurricane in coastal communities in Oaxaca MexicoDra. Sophie Ávila Foucataand F. Martínez


Evolution and Complexity: How the Universe created wealth (diversity)and how humans are destroying it.Is there a future for mankind?Robert U. Ayres


Understanding forest ecosystem services flows and public preferences for forest management in JapanKen Bagstad, Takahiro Ota, Hiroshi Hashimoto, Takuro Uehara


What kind of policy is best suited to contain deforestation in Brazil?Thais Bannwart and Bastiaan Philip Reydon


The New National Sustainable Agriculture Standard:ANSI/LEO-4000; Stowe Beam


The Urgency of Upgrading Our Climate Accounting: A Roadmap to Climate Stabilization; Stowe Beam


The Role of Indigenous Cultures in Securing Sustainable Economic Development Of Mineral & Energy Resources: Australia & Sweden; Dr. Boyd Blackwell


Towards methodological standardization of the European alternative measures of economic welfare; Brent Bleys, Hans Diefenbacher, Benjamin Held, Dorothee Rodenhauser


Post-normal speculation in macro design of a wealth-based economy where: Real wealth is a measurement of a robust ecology and of the general health and happiness of the people!; Blue Planet Governance


Dynamic regulation of human-activity through socio/biophysical economics; Blue Planet Governance


Developing law for bioeconomyDr. Suvi Borgström, Dr. VolkerMauerhofer


The Economics of Equity: Insights from Econophysics and the BDY Model; G.H. Boyle


Sustainability ≠ Social Justice How Do We Make These Goals Compatible?; Garvin H Boyle


Modeling Intergenerational Sustainability; Garvin H Boyle


The Economic Implications ofThe Maximum Power Principle For a Sustainable Society; Garvin H Boyle


An Integrated Framework for Linking Ecosystem Services Valuation with Freshwater Flow in the Florida EvergladesChristina E. Brown, Mahadev Bhat, Jennifer Rehage, Ross Boucek, Jason Osborne, Pallab Mozumder, and Victor C. Engel


Economics, Thermodynamics and Entropy: The impact of resources and climate change on economic output.John Bryant


Economics, Thermodynamics and Entropy: Parallels, differences and construction; John Bryant


Economics, Thermodynamics and Entropy: The impact of resources and climate change on economic output: Summary; John Bryant


Economics, Thermodynamics and Entropy: The impact of resource constraints and climate changeJohn Bryant


Lifecycle assessment and net energy analysis:birds of a feather or uneasy bedfellows?; Michael Carbajales-Dale, David Murphy


The Damned Shawsheen: A Documentary; Brandon Cardwell, Alexandra “Xandra” Fileccia


Transforming Energy Systems, Reducing Emissions And Creating JobsShouvik Chakraborty


An Egalitarian Green Growth Program for IndiaShouvik Chakraborty


Climate change peril on wheat productivity in India: assessing the role of farmers’ adaptation in ensuring food security; Chandan Kumar Jha, Vijaya Gupta


Groundwater Use, Productivity and Market Participation in India: Implications for ReformsN.Chandrasekhara Rao, JeenaT.Srinivasan


Green Returns to Education: Does Schooling Contribute to Pro-Environmental Behaviours? Evidence from ThailandThanyaporn Chankrajang, Raya Muttarak


Bringing Biophysical Economics to the policy arena: opportunities and challengesFrançois-Xavier Chevallerau


The Heart of Borneo: the nexus of bioregional transition, indigenous environmental ethics and environmental sustainabilityChoy Yee Keong


The Trophic Theory of Money: For Sound Economic Policy and “Strong Ecological Economics”; Brian, Czech


Sustaining the Ski Industry: An Ecological Economic Perspective; Michael Daley


Monetary valuation of natural predators for biological pest control in pear production; Silvie Daniels, Steven VanPassell


THE ENERGY PILLARS DIAGRAM –An Effective Communication Tool For Biophysical Economists?John Day, Christopher D’Elia, Charles A.S. Hall, Adrian Wiegman, Jeff Rutherford, Robert Lane


Energy return on energy invested (EROEI) empirical model of an organic integrated animal and vegetable farm in KentuckyMatthew S. Deason, John R. Schramski, and Krista L. Jacobsen


The Practice of Dam Removal and River Restoration in MassachusettsDivision of Ecological Restoration


New developments in fisheries management –moving towards sustainable food systems?Ralf Döring


Governing the water-energy nexus related to hydropower on international rivers: what role for river basin and regional energy organizations?Ines Dombrowsky, Waltina Scheumann


Silvopasture and Riparian Agroforestry in Santa Catarina: An Alternative Approach to Ecosytem Services; Ben Dube, Abdon Schmidt-Filho, Josh Farley, Alfredo Fantini


Was Allen right? Energy prices in Great Britain and Sweden in historical perspectiveCristian Ducoing, Magnus Lindmark, Fredrik Olsson – Spjut


Modelling hydrological services for ecosystem accounting; Confidence Duku, Prof.Dr.Lars Hein, Dr.Sander Zwart


Region-specific drivers of and barriers to organic farming in GermanyClaudia Düvelmeyer and Axel Schaffer


Family Planning and Environmental Sustainability: Assessing the ScienceRobert Engelman


Water-land nexus relationships in socio-economic systemDelin Fang


Biophysical Economics in ChinaLianyong Feng, JianliangWang, Jingxuan Feng


Beyond the ‘Resource Curse’ at Macro level: Local impacts of mining and adolescent childbearingDavid A. Fleming


Interlinked thinking as a tool to tackle complexity; Vicky Forgie; Marjan van den Belt, Garry McDonald


The System of Accounts for Global Entropy Production, (SAGE-P), the accounts of the Low Entropy Fund (LEF) available for Human Consumption in the Ecosphere, [Sociosphere, (Ecosphere)]Anthony Friend


Water-Energy-Food Nexus and water engineering projects in a water scarce region: The Lower Jordan River basin as a case studyRyuichi Fukuhara


Understanding and valuing the marine ecosystem services of the Northern Mozambique Channel ; Andrea Ghermandi, Paulo A.L.D. Nunes


Examining the Relationship Between Local Food Market Availability and County-level Food System Related Economic OutcomesSherrie K. Godette, PhD


Food deserts, Farmers’ Market Availability, and Market FailureSherrie K. Godette, PhD


Is environmental change a primary cause of migration? Empirical evidence from flood-prone communities in Ghana and IndonesiaCarina Goldbach


Responding to Disturbances: Lessons from a Mayan Social-Ecological SystemMaría Gabriela González Cruz, y Eduardo García Frapolli


Fuel Poverty vs Fuel Obesity – what smart meters tell usJoão Pedro Gouveia, Julia Seixas


Ecosystem service approaches to sustainably manage terrestrial landscapesSuzie Greenhalgh, Estelle Dominati


Managing the Scale & Distribution of Nonpoint Source Pollution:Lessons from Agriculture; Suzie Greenhalgh


Eating more sustainably by trimming off the excess—what about discretionary foods?; Michalis Hadjikakou


Network Analysis of Distance from Rural Water Wells to Public Health Testing Labs in AlbertaDavid Hall, PhD and Abraham Munene, MSc


Engaging with Local Communities to Address Complex Coastal Management Issues: Cross-Cultural Collaborative Research in New Zealand; Derrylea Hardy


Teaching Ecological Economics: Climate, Energy, Water; Jonathan M. Harris and Anne-Marie Codur


ECOLOGICAL MACROECONOMICS: Responding to Climate ChangeJonathan M. Harris


Alternative Economic Welfare Measurement in Germany –The National and Regional Welfare Index (NWI/RWI): Why we need a better indicator for measuring welfare than GDP; Dipl. Volksw. Benjamin Held, Prof. Dr. Hans Diefenbacher, and Dorothee Rodenhäuser, M. A.


Land control and the social re-appropriation of resources under recent ecotourism projects in the Eastern Highlands of Chiapas, MexicoPablo Hernandez


Environmental Justice Over The Global Life Cycle of Renewable EnergyJoan Hoffman


Measuring Economic and Social Impacts of Farmers’ MarketXiaochu Hu, Ph.D.


Sustainability transitions of scientific disciplinesJanne I. Hukkinen and Inge Røpke


Friluftslivas a way to nature conscienceAre Ingulfsvann, Ph.D


Rethinking Agreement? Reflections on the implications of nudging experiments in an ongoing regime change within Finnish silvicultureNina Janasik-Honkela, Ari Jokinen, Maria Åkerman, Janne Hukkinen


CO2 emission profiles for mobility behavior in AustriaJulia Janke; Michael Miess, Stefan Schmelzer


What future should we count on?Jens Stissing Jensen, IngeRøpke


The intrinsic food price: A new metric for global food policyLili Jia


Shaping the urban future: Engaging students in sustainable management and design solutions; Lea R. Johnson


Reexamining the Social Context of Critical Natural Capital; Kazuki Kagohashi


Ecosystem service governance for urban sustainability: Smart governance as an answer to heat islands in citiesAlfred Kaiser. TatianaKluvánková


Implications of Seed Policies for On-farm Agro-biodiversity and Informal Seed Systems in Ethiopia and UgandaAltinay Karasapan and Andrew Currier


Bulk goods as an imperfect abstraction of the physical worldEric Kemp-Benedict and Trang Luu


A low-carbon transition in a wage-led growth regimeEric Kemp-Benedict


Indicators for sustainable energy development for Austria (ISED-AT): Residential buildings and electricity and heat supply; Claudia Kettner


Sectoral allocation patterns in the EU Emission Trading Scheme; Claudia Kettner


Mathematics and logic of Net Energy Assessments; Carey W. King


Quantifying (net) Energy and Complexity of the U.S. Economy 2016Carey W. King


Water quality management in the Lake Baikal region of RussiaDr., Prof. Sergey Kirillov and Dr., Prof. Mikhail Slipenchuk


How do we like our waters to be? Ecological-economic perspectives on the European Water Framework Directive; Prof. Dr. Bernd Klauer


Opportunities for incorporating the economy-environment interdependence in the undergraduate curriculumChristie Klimas


Biophysical and Social Determinants of Economic Stagnation and Degrowth; Kent Klitgaard, Charles A.S. Hall, M. muin Uddin, Michael Sciotti and Marina Fargnoli


Enhancing the well-being of Europenmountain regions by innovative governance models: The Carbon forestry CPR regimeTatiana Kluvankova, Michal V. Marek, Stanka Brnkalakova, Urban Kovac


Innovator’s Profit at Risk:Findings from the Photovoltaic Industry, 1954-2015; Yu-li Ko


Sustaining urban ecosystem services: The multiple benefits of urban green spacesUrban Kováč, Tatiana Kluvánková, Alfréd Kaiser


Global income inequality and carbon footprintsKuishuang Feng and Klaus Hubacek, Giovanni Baiocchi, Anand Patwardhan


Creating a Culture of Collaboration:Operationalizing Interdisciplinary ResearchWhitney Lash-Marshall


Frugal innovations in circular economy: Exploring possibilities and challenges in emerging marketsJarkko Levänen & Sara Lindeman


Articulating EcoSystem Services Values a Participatory Framework to Support Decision-Making; Rita Lopes and Nuno Videira


Investigating the relationship between cancer and economic development; T Luzzati and T Rughi


Shale gas for a low carbon economy? The limiations we have to consider.; Cristina Madrid-Lopez


An empirical economic model to reveal behaviour characteristics driving the evolution of agriculture in BelgiumDries Maes and Steven Van Passel


The UMass Amherst Urban Agriculture and Nutriion Program: Increasing Fresh Produce Consumption and Production in Urban Settings; Frank Mangan, Zoraia Barros, Aline Marchese, Heriberto Godoy-Hernández, Lindiwe Sibeko, Lisa Sullivan-Werner, and Elizabeth Harrington


Transforming policy, transforming the landscape: socio-ecological land use scenarios for native forest conservation in ChileDaniela Manuschevich and Ricardo González


Ecological Distribution Conflicts and the EJATlas; J. Martínez-Alier


Ecosystem services tradeoffs on behalf of future generationsGeorgia Mavrommati, Shannon Rogers, Mark Borsuk and Richard Howarth


Introduction to Calculus based (Bio-)Physical Economics Synthesis of Social and Natural Sciences?Jürgen Mimkes


Systems Science and Biophysical/Ecological EconomicsGeorge Mobus, PhD


Environmental Justice and the Print Media During the Implementation of SuperfundRobert D. Mohr, Shrawantee Saha, and Marco Vincenzi


Multifunctionality and natural resource management strategies: a comparative from two social forms of land tenure in MexicoAna SofíaMonroy Sais


The Natural Gas Boom: Impacts on land use and ecosystem function in the deciduous forest biome of North America; Matthew D. Moran, Maureen R. McClung, A. Brandon Cox, Rachel L. Wells, Mimi Rebein, Nathan Taylor, and Minsahng SongU


Using Deliberative Monetary Valuation to Analyze Synergies and Trade-Offs between Aquatic Ecosystem Services in an Irrigated Mediterranean Watershed; Sylvie Morardet, Marine Jourdren, Paule-Erika Ceresil


Sustainability Assessment of Agro-Ecological Systems an Integrated Approach; Dr. Moretti Michele and Pr. Dr. Steven Van Passel


China-India-Bangladesh in the Trans-boundary Water Issues: a Game Theoretic Analysis;
Lekha Mukhopadhyay


International Trade in Environment Technologies: The Participation of Brazil and China; Renata Muniz do Nascimento and Luciana Togeiro de Almeida


Capitalism without Growth or Degrowth beyond Capitalism?Barbara Muraca


Rethinking Ecosystem Services as Care relations: a Feminist Ecological Economics approach; Barbara Muraca


A Growth Model with Social Welfare and Contemporaneous Externalities; Engelbert Stockhammer and Asjad Naqvi


Small-Scale Farming, Forest Based-Activities and Deforestation in the Tridom Transboundary Sentinel Landscape -Congo Basin (Work in progress); Jonas Ngouhouo Poufoun, Sabine Chaupain-Guillot, and Eric Kere Nazindigouba


Ever more infrastructure for no gain: The cost of UK population growthDr Jane O’Sullivan and Roger Martin


Using ecosystem service valuations to inform management and adaptation: A case study of the Velondriake Locally Managed Marine Area in Madagascar; KLL Oleson, M Barnes, B Zafindrasilivonona, L Brander, P van Beukering


Hope, Politics and Risk: The Case of a Failed Chinese Dam in Nigeria; Olorunfemi Felix, Tan-Mullins May, Mohan Giles, Siciliano Giuseppina, and Urban Frauke


Teaching the Trio: Using Examples from Hawaii to Incorporate the WEF Nexus into the Ecological Economics CurriculumRegina Ostergaard-Klem, PhD


What Features Should Have a Cryptocurrency to Promote Sustainable Development?Ranulfo Paiva Sobrinho and Ademar Ribeiro Romeiro


Implementation of the International Standard on Phytosanitary Measures, ISPM 15 (Regulation of wood packaging material in international trade): An empirical analysis of how the regulation affects the economy of a group of countries in Africa.Elissaios Papyrakis and Luca Tasciotti


An Epistemic Cognitive Approach to Ecological Economics & Science: A Case Study of Participatory Planning of Coastal City Resilience & EquityJohn Ruppert and Paul Bartlett


Water and Health. The impact of regional development on water pollution: The case of the Santiago River Basin, Jalisco, Mexico; Salvador Peniche-Camps and Martin Romero


Including an Environmental Dimension into Multidimensional Poverty MeasurementVanessa Pérez-Cirera, PhD, Oliver López-Corona, PhD, Francisco Carrera, and Graciela Teruel, PhD


Commons and Climate Justice: Ecofeminist and Indigenous PathsPatricia E. Perkins


Natural Capital Protocol; Rosimeiry Portela


Eco-efficiency of Metal sector: An application of Output Distance Approach in Indian contextMousami Prasad, Trupti Mishra, Varadraj Bapat


Dams and Dam Removal in New England: The Dammed Shawsheen CourseNejem Raheem and Jon Honea


Can REDD+ social safeguards reach the ‘right’ people? Lessons from MadagascarMahesh Poudyal, Bruno S. Ramamonjisoa, Neal Hockley, O. Sarobidy Rakotonarivoa, James M. Gibbons, Rina Mandimbiniaina, Alexandra Rasoamanana, Julia P.G. Jones


Determinants of land-conflict in indigenous lands in southern ChileRicardo González, Mario Niklitschek, and Oscar Cacho


Promoting Policy Formulation at the State Level in IndiaKV Raju and A Ravindra


Cooperative agreements between farmers and water suppliers successfully addressing diffuse pollution in in the watershed of the Wahnbachtalsperre, Bonn/GermanyCarmen Richerzhagen & WaltinaScheumann


Biodiversity, ecosystem services and environmental conflicts in Colombia Ecosystem services as an inclusive social metaphor for the analysis and management of environmental conflicts.Alexander Rincón Ruiz, Simón Viera, Mario Pérez, Diana Lara, Johny Rojas, and Jorge Rubiano


Ecosystem Services in Cities –Protecting Human Health and Increasing Quality of LifeIrene Ring, Ingo Kowarik, Robert Bartz, Miriam Brenck, Bernd Hansjürgens, Christoph Schröter-Schlaack, Urs Moesenfechtel


Exploring the Gaps in the Gig Economy Using a Web-based Survey: Para-data Analysis of the Changing Work EcosystemBárbara J. Robles and Marysol McGee


Is social justice really lost in current carbon market design?Sven Rudolph and Achim Lerch


Cost-effectiveness in water related ecosystem services conservationDr. Oscar Sarcinelli and Prof. Dr. AdemarR. Romeiro


Income and Environmental Performance across Indian States and Union Territories: A Regression AnalysisRakesh Saxena


Explaining Agricultural Technology Adoption Using Choice Experiments and System DynamicsLaura Schmitt-Olabisi, Robert Richardson, Kurt Waldman, Jelili Adebiyi, Philip Grabowski, Paul Rogé


Food, the Biosphere, and Human Metabolism: Urbanization Data Quantifies Thermodynamic DecayJohn R. Schramski, Garrett H. Steck, Dylan B. Munn, James H. Brown


Fossil energy in economic growth: A study of the energy direction of technical change, 1950-2012; Gregor Semieniuk


The Gender Implications of Forest Degradation in the Poor HouseholdsAlok Sen


Copping with Climate change and Human Development: An exploration on Bihar, India; Sibananda Senapati


SWAMPED: Mapping and Measuring Food Access in ClevelandMd Rumi Shammin, Paul Boehnlein, Mimi Stern, Isabella McKnight


Contested Value: Alternative Discourses of Payments for Ecosystem Services in MexicoElizabeth Shapiro-Garza


Operationalizing the safe and just space for humanity in national economiesPeter Søgaard Jørgensen


The Uncertainty of the Landowner in Deciding to Comply with the New Brazilian Forest Code; Manoel T. Soriano, Roldan Muradian, Ronaldo Seroa da Motta, Claude A. M. J. Cohen


Green Amenities, Local Food, and Economic Justice in a Large US City: The Legacy of Greenworks PhiladelphiaJohn A. Sorrentino


Ecosystem services as if people mattered; Joachim H. Spangenberg


Groundwater irrigation and sustainable intensification of agricultural production systems: A study in IndiaJeena T Srinivasan and N Chandrasekhara Rao


The Socio-Economic and Ecological Subordination of Roma in SlovakiaTamara Steger and Richard Filcak


Assessing the ‘value’ of the ecosystem services by quantifying their contribution to wellbeing: what have we learned and what knowledge gaps remain?Natalie Stoeckl, Michelle Esparon, Marina Farr, Diane Jarvis, Christina Hicks, Silva Larson, Aurelie Delisle, Qian Li, Cheryl Joy Fernandez, Adriana Chacon


Towards improving ecosystem service valuation: macroeconomic, microeconomic,
and dynamic considerations; David Timmons


Teaching Institutional Decarbonization EconomicsDavid Timmons


Uncovering Multi-Level Governance and Policy Idea Transfer in Energy Policy Using Topic Modelling on Large Policy CorpusesArho Toikka and Karoliina Isoaho


The value of improving biodiversity in a rocky habitat ecosystem by removing ALDFGStefania Tonin


Impact of Preservation of Subsoil Water Act on Groundwater Depletion: The Case of Punjab, IndiaAmarnath Tripathi, Ashok K. Mishra, and Geetanjali Verma


Has rising income in Brazil lead to more energy intensive consumption?Luís Gustavo Tudeschini


Complexity: The Connection Between Fossil Fuel EROI, Human Energy EROI, and DebtGail Tverberg


An operational and theoretically sound sustainability assessment framework for integrated coastal zone management: Satoumi, ecosystem services approach, and inclusive wealthTakuro Uehara, Keito Mineo, and Takahiro Ota


Climate change impact on rainfed versus irrigated farm systems: does the threshold matter?; Janka Vanschoenwinkel and Steven Van Passel


Evaluating Nuclear Energy from the view points of Social Costs, Social Capital, and Social Justice: Observing impacts to the communities in the Navajo Nation and Fukushima, Japan; Yoshihiko Wada, PhD


A Market-Based Approach to Agricultural Non-Point Source Reductions: Water Quality Trading Experiences & Estimation Tools; Sara Walker


Trends in Non-State Actor Influence on Environmental PolicyJoseph S. Weiss, Elimar Pinheiro do Nascimento, Maria Amélia Enríquez; Peter H. May, Stanislav Shmelev, Walter A. Pengue, Zhu Dajian


UN Environmental Policy: Non-State Actors, Trends and the Regulatory Role of the StateJoseph S. Weiss, Elimar Pinheiro do Nascimento, Maria Amélia Enríquez; Peter H. May, Stanislav Shmelev, Walter A. Pengue, Zhu Dajian


Food Security: Inconvenient QuestionsRichard E. White


Long term forecasts for oil prices: a review of oil supply, energy market models, and the range of future trajectories for oil price.Adrian R.H. Wiegman, J.W. Day, C.F. D’Elia, C.A.S. Hall, D.J. Murphy, J.S. Rutherford, R.R. Lane


Choosing a Path in the Anthropocene: An Ecological Economics Assessment of Public Sector Decision Analysis FrameworksMichael Wironen, Alvaro Palazuelos, Nicholas Cole, Anna Kusmer, James Arruda


Contingent Valuation and Deliberative Monetary Valuation: Examining Divergence in WTP Figures Generated; Brian Witt


Is Context and Complexity a Bridge Too Far? Metaphors for Infusing Multi-Level Governance in PolicyTimothy R. Wojan


Linking land and sea through an ecological-economic recreation modelTamara M. Wong, Kirsten L.L. Oleson, Kenneth J. Bagstad, Kim Falinski, Ferdinando Villa,
Stefano Balbi, Joey Lecky, Michele Barnes, Hla Htun, Jade M.S. Delevaux, Lindsay Veazey, Marcus Peng


The case for NNP-or inclusive wealth-linked bonds for sustainable developmentRintaro Yamaguchi


Rice intensive cropping and balanced cropping in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam – economic and ecological considerationsYen Dan Tong


Coordination problems of subnational policies for payments for watershed environmental services in BrazilCarlos Eduardo Frickmann Young and Biancca Scarpeline de Castro