ISEE2016 Conference Schedule

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26 June 2016

2:00-7:00 P.M. – Registration Opens

2:00-5:00 P.M. – DC Area Field Trips*

3:00-5:00 P.M. – ISEE Board Meeting, Sabine O’Hara, Chair

5:00-7:00 P.M. – Regional Societies Meetings

  • SMEE – Bernardo Aguilar-González, Mezo A.m.erica Society for Ecological Economics
  • ANZEE – Boyd Blackwell, Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics
  • ASAUEE – Alberto Calderon, Asociación Argentino Uruguaya de Economía
  • USSEE – Jonathan Harris, US Society for Ecological Economics
  • ASEE – Jane Kabubo-Mariara, African Society for Ecological Economics
  • RSEE – Pavel Kasyanov, Russian Society for Ecological Economics
  • CANSEE – Andreas Link, Canadian Society for Ecological Economics
  • ECOECO Brazil – Peter May, Brazilian Society for Ecological Economics
  • INSEE – Rajeswari Sarala Raina, Indian Society for Ecological Economics
  • ANDEAN – Mario Alejandro Perez Rincon, Andean Society for Ecological Economics
  • ESEE – Irene Ring, European Society for Ecological Economics

7:00 P.M. – Opening Reception

27 June 2016

9:00 A.M. – Welcome and Opening Remarks Ronald Mason, UDC President Muriel Bowser, DC Mayor

9:30 A.M. – Opening Plenary: Moderator: Dr. Sabine O’Hara, ISEE Michelle Obama, First Lady (invited) Tom Vilsack, USDA Secretary (invited)

10:30 A.M. – Coffee Break

10:45 A.M. – Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

12:00 Noon – Boulding Award Luncheon and Lecture; Moderator: Joan Martinez Alier

  • Speaker and Award Recipient: Prof. Kanchan Chopra

1:30 P.M. Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

2:45 P.M. – Roundtables

  • Feminist Ecological Economics. Whitney Lash Marshall, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
  • Preparing a Latin American Position Paper. Joseph S. Weiss, Brazilian Society for Ecological Economics
  • The Food, Water, Energy Nexus: New Frontiers in Research. Sonny Ramaswamy, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture.
  • Why and How Ecological Economics Must Change its Tactics. Peter Brown, McGill University; Jon Erickson, University of Vermont; William Rees, University of British Columbia.

3:45 P.M. – Coffee Break

4:00 P.M. – Plenary I: The Food-Water-Energy-Justice Nexus; Moderator: Dr. Peter May, ECOECO Brazil

  • Marina Silva: Former Environment Minister and Senator, and Environmental Justice Advocate, Brazil Jairam Ramesh, Former Environment Minister of India

5:15 P.M. – Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

6:30 P.M. – Refreshments

8:00 P.M. – Sustainable DC – An Evening of Inspiration and Celebration

  • Frances Moore Lappé, Alternative Nobel Prize Recipient and author of Diet for a Small Planet

28 June 2016

8:45 A.M. – Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

10:00 A.M. – Plenary II: Food and Justice; Moderator: Irene Ring, ESEE

  • Renato Maluf, President Emeritus of the National Food Security Council, Brazil Dr. Shi Yan, Founder of the Chinese CSA Movement, Beijing, China

11:00 A.M. – Coffee Break

11:15 A.M. – Roundtables

  • Bio-Physical and Ecological Economics: A Dialogue. Robert Ayres, IIASA; John Gowdy, RPI
  • Building Practical, Interdisciplinary Ecological Economics Pedagogy. Patricia Ellie Perkins, York University
  • Promoting a New Economics. Inge Roepke, Aalborg University; Tim Foxon, University of Sussex.
  • Rural, Peri-Urban and Urban Agriculture: Building Collaborations. Rudy Arredondo, National Latino Farmer and Ranchers Trade Association.

12:15 P.M. – Lunch

12:30 P.M. – Speed Talk Sessions

1:30 P.M. – Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

2:45 P.M. – Plenary III: Water and Justice; Moderator: Rajeswari Sarala Raina, India Society for Ecological Economics Mokgadi Mona.m.ati, Senior Resource Specialist, Botswana

  • Peter May, Senior Scientist, Bio-habitats Inc. and University of Maryland

3:45 P.M. – Coffee Break

4:00 P.M. – Roundtables

  • After Paris: Carbon Reduction Paths for Developed and Developing Nations. Jonathan Harris, Tufts University.
  • Why Ecological Economics Deserves a Nobel Prize. Stuart Scott, United Planet Faith & Science Initiative
  • Social Metabolism and Neoextractivism: a Perspective from the South. Walter Alberto Pengue. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento.
  • The UDC Urban Farm Project: Partnerships for Triple Bottom Line Transformation. Dwane Jones, UDC.

5:00 P.M. – ISEE Membership Meeting

8:00 P.M. – Boulding Award Banquette and Boulding Lecture; Moderator: Bina Agarwal

  • Speaker and Award Recipient: Arlid Vatn, Norway

29 June 2016

8:45 A.M. – Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

10:00 A.M. – Plenary IV: The Food Water Energy Justice Nexus; Moderator: Brynhildur Davidsdottir

  • Gar Alperovitz, Principal of the Democracy Collaborative,
  • Lionel R. Bauman Prof. of Political Economy UMD
  • Gus Speth, Founder, Natural Resources Defense Council, and World Resources Institute (invited)

11:00 A.M. – Coffee Break

11:15 A.M. – Parallel Sessions

  • Sustaining Food and Water
  • Sustaining Sources and Sinks
  • Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches
  • Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures
  • Social Stability and Economic Behavior
  • Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability
  • Ecological Economics Education and Communication

12:15 P.M. – Closing Plenary Panel: The Future of Ecological Economics; Moderator: Clovis Cavalcanti, President-Elect, ISEE

  • Panelists: Madame Lagarde, International Monetary Fund (invited); Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy (invited); Lester Brown, Worldwatch Institute (invited)

*Sunday, June 26, Field Trips:

  • DC Neighborhood Visit to UDC Urban Food Hubs
  • Urban Agriculture and Urban Sustainability Research Farm
  • LEEDS Platinum Buildings in Washington DC
  • Urban Forestry and Recreation at DC Rock Creek Park
  • Water Management at DC Blue Plains
  • Washington DC and its Symbols
  • The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
  • The Smithsonian Botanical Gardens

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