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Agarwal Book Prize

Suraj Mal and Shyama Devi Agarwal Book Prize  The Suraj Mal and Shyama Devi Agarwal Book Prize is awarded biennially for a work of original scholarship in the field of feminist economics. The prize has been established

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May 2021 Population Matters Update

Director’s message Ploughing lonely furrows, casting pearls… One of the organisations I worked for before joining Population Matters was the Soil Association. As with seeking to communicate the benefits of achieving a smaller,  sustainable human

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Science News for May 2021

Science News. 10 May 2021 A Lifeline for Young Scientists Who See the World Differently POSTDOCS IN CRISIS was the headline of the September 9, 2020, Nature Magazine article that stirred alarm in the US

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New Volume of REVIBEC Published

New Volume of REVIBEC El desarrollo del PNAE en las escuelas públicas del municipio de Santa María / RS: ¿una trayectoria inconclusa?; Rita Inês Paetzhold Pauli, Jéferson Réus da Silva Schulz, Bruna Tadielo Zajonz; 1-17,  PDF (PORTUGUÊS

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MINE Discussion

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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Live Chat with Herman Daly and Kate Raworth

Herman Daly and Kate Raworth on Pandemic-Resistant Economies Tuesday, March 31 at 12 Noon Eastern As a follow-up to last Friday’s “After the Pandemic” webinar (available here on YouTube if you missed it), Andy Revkin is hosting a live

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Nature Needs Half (NNH) Initiative

Upcoming Opportunities ISEE to influence Nature Needs Half initiative: The ISEE is encouraged to participate in upcoming events in 2020 that are expected to contribute greatly to defining an internationally recognized framework for biodiversity protection

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Anthropocene to the Ecozoic (A2E) Symposium

Invitation: “Anthropocene to the Ecozoic” (A2E) Symposium, October 17-18, 2019 Venue: McGill Faculty Club, 3450 McTavish St, Montreal  H3A 1X9  OR  by Internet Eventbrite ticket for in-person participation: click here Live stream link: available next week on our website (https://e4a-net.org/) You

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Environmental Tragedy in Brumadinho

The International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) expresses its pain in the face of yet another environmental tragedy in Brazil, this time in Brumadinho, state of Minas Gerais. This tragedy involves a tailings dam that

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CfP: Resilience

The Journal of Business Logistics has a call for papers. The idea of the CfP is to transfer theory related to ecological economics to the area of logistics and supply chain management. For more information click

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