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Social-Ecological Economics AFEP Conference

Social-Ecological Economics AFEP Conference On July 1-3 the French Association for Political Economy (AFEP) will hold its annual conference in Toulouse. English contributions are very welcome as well as contributions from fellow social sciences. There

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Population Matters | One Year in Review

Director’s Message To steal Ervin Drake’s Christmas song made famous by Frank Sinatra, ‘It was a very good year’ for Population Matters, as the Annual Report shows. For me, key events and activities were our increased focus

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Letter from Outgoing President of ISEE

Letter from Outgoing President of ISEE Olinda (Brazil), December 23rd, 2019. When I accepted to be the ISEE president-elect candidate, I explained that my desire had always been to challenge the conventional economics I learned

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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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Herman Daly in the RWER

Real-World Economics Review Issue No. 90 Subscribe for Free The importance of ecological economics: An interview with Herman Daly Herman Daly and Jamie Morgan [University of Maryland, USA; Leeds Becket University, UK] Copyright: Herman Daly

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Manifestation of Life

Manifestation of Life by Clóvis Cavalcanti  Bugles, trumpets sound; birds trill. And the waters of a stream slide sweetly. The blue of the sky shines brighter than ever. An intense golden light emanates from the

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Nominations for INTECOL Board Positions

INTECOL is seeking nominations for positions on the Board. If you are interested in running, contact secretariat@isecoeco.org. Candidates should provide a one-page summary, addressing each of the attached criteria. See the Call for Nominations, Criteria

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Support for the people of Ecuador

A Note from the Mesoamerican and Caribbean Society for Ecological Economics Given the climate of violence that has been unleashed in Ecuador as a result of Decree 883, it goes without saying that the use

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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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Gund Launches $4,000 Prize for Environmental Writing

UVM Launches $4,000 Environmental Writing Prize Now accepting submissions for Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics The Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont invites submissions for the inaugural Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological

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