Doing Ecological Economics
A webinar series organized by Louison Cahen-Fourot
Rescheduled for 7 November
Ecological Economics and the Monetary System: A Policy View
The International Society for Ecological Economics’ Doing Ecological Economics seminar series provides a platform to discuss and share experiences of Ecological Economics practitioners from in and out of academia to improve Ecological Economics’ reach, scope, societal influence and policy-relevance. Topics discussed include Thinking about carbon policies and management; Ecological economics in business and climate policy; Ecological Economics, labor unions and the future of work; and The Making of an Ecological Economist: The World’s First Undergraduate Program in the Field
This session of the Doing Ecological Economics seminar series takes us to the monetary system. It focuses on Doing ecological economics in the monetary system: a policy view. Katie Kedwards (University College London) and David Barmes (Positive Money) will share their experience researching ways to push an ecological economics agenda into the monetary system and interacting with policy and decision makers from monetary authorities and institutions. A follow-up seminar will focus on Doing ecological economics in the monetary system: an academic view.