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Herman Daly’s Book Launch Event

In celebration of Herman’s life and ideas, and to mark the launch of this biography, an online event was hosted at the 2021 ESRC Festival of Social Sciences. Guests included Herman Daly and Peter A. Victor, Ellie Perkins and Katherine Trebeck. The panel was chaired by Tim Jackson. A recording of the event can be accessed above, or via...
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ISEE Internship with the Vatican Awarded Additional GBP 3,000 by Laudato Si’ Research Institute at Campion Hall, Oxford

ISEE Internship with the Vatican Awarded Additional GBP 3,000 by Laudato Si' Research Institute at Campion Hall, Oxford ISEE is pleased to announce that its internship with the Dicastery for Human Development at the Vatican has now secured the collaboration of the Oxford, UK-based Laudato Si' Research Institute (LSRI, https://lsri.campion.ox.ac.uk), bringing the total internship stipend to over EUR 15,000/yr. In addition, interns may apply...
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Next Round of #ESA2022 Session Proposals

The annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America will be held in Montreal from 14th -19th August 2022. https://www.esa.org/montreal2022/ ESA is seeking proposals for workshops, short courses, sessions and field trips. In these times it is even more important to connect with each other across the globe. Please see contact details and links below: The ESA Program Committee seeks your proposals...
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Now Seeking Outstanding Writing For $5,000 Zencey Prize

Gund News | Oct. 26, 2021 Now Seeking Outstanding Writing For $5,000 Zencey Prize Submit books and long-form journalism for the Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics by January 4 The Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont and the U.S. Society of Ecological Economics invite submissions for the Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics, which celebrates outstanding writing...
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New Books Available

Did you know that ISEE has a book resource page? Check it out at https://www.isecoeco.org/publications/books/. Here are two new books to add to your collection. Herman Daly’s Economics for a Full World: His Life and Ideas by Peter A. Victor As the first biography of Professor Herman Daly, this book provides an in-depth account of one of the leading thinkers...
Research Projects

Evaluating Policy Packages for Low-Carbon Transitions

EVALUATING POLICY PACKAGES FOR LOW-CARBON TRANSITIONS - PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS Special Issue Ecological Economics Guest editor: Prof dr HRJ Vollebergh (Tilburg University and Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency) Transitions and policy rationales Limiting global warming to no more than 2°C has become the de facto target for global climate policy. Such an ambitious target requires countries to introduce ambitious transition policies....
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Studies in Ecological Economics Book Series

Would you like to communicate your work to a broader audience? We are looking for contributions to a Springer Series on Studies in Ecological Economics. We welcome book proposals.                                                                 ...
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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 population, promoting the benefits of organic food and farming was a lonely and much contested furrow to plough at times! The exponents of mainstream, ‘conventional’...
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Deconstructing biodiversity economics and the Dasgupta Review

New high trending article: Deconstructing biodiversity economics and the Dasgupta Review Released on 27 May 2021 1187 downloads in 4 days! 98th percentile: it's in the top 5% of all research outputs ever tracked by Altmetric out of  17,843,674 research outputs across all sources FREE TO DOWNLOAD https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2021.1929007 Spash, C. L. and F. Hache (2021). "The Dasgupta Review deconstructed: An exposé...
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Economics for Rebels Podcast

In May 2021, the European Society for Ecological Economics launched a podcast series called Economics for Rebels. This podcast aims at communicating ecological economics ideas in order to open them to critical discussion and test their applicability, from global problems to people’s everyday lives. Sometimes, it is about potential solutions, sometimes about unanswered questions. It is always about learning how...
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ToC for EES 4 Published January 2021

Ecology, Economy, and Society –the INSEE Journal Volume 4, Issue 1, January 2021 Contents EDITORIAL Nature and Socio-Economic Systems: A Narrative of Conflict and Adaptation; Kanchan Chopra, page 1 COMMENTARY Mathematical Ecology, Evolution and the Social Sciences; Simon Levin, page 5 Imagining Sustainability Beyond COVID-19 in India; Bejoy K. Thomas, Soumyajit Bhar and Shoibal Chakravarty, page 13 Organic Farming in...
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Updated Call for Papers INSEE

INDIAN SOCIETY FOR ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS (INSEE) c/o Institute of Economic Growth, University Enclave, North Campus, Delhi 10007 CALL FOR PAPERS RESEARCH PAPER: address substantive research questions, contribute new insight and/or provide new findings (8000 words) THEMATIC ESSAY/SURVEY: provide an exhaustive account & a nuanced critique of relevant knowledge domains (4000 words). COMMENTARY: short pieces (1500 words). NOTES FROM THE FIELD:...
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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 science community. While the article was dismissed by some because of its Covid-19 focus (citing intellectual isolation, travel restrictions, lack of job and life security,...
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USSEE March/April Newsletter

Upcoming Conferences and Webinars: USSEE Webinar: Transitioning to Just and Sustainable Food Systems: Lessons from Ecological Economics. Friday April 2nd, 3pm EDT A round table discussion with Liz Carlisle, Kamuela Enos, and Albie Miles; moderated by Phil Warsaw The 2nd Event in the United States Society for Ecological Economics' 2021 Webinar Series: The Post-Covid Economy: Centering Justice, Sustaining Ecosystems The COVID-19...
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Inaugural Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics Awarded

Inaugural Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics Awarded to ‘Floating Coast’ The Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont (UVM), in partnership with the U.S. Society of Ecological Economics, has announced the inaugural winner of the Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics. The prize, which celebrates outstanding writing on the environmental limits of a finite planet, is awarded...
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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 (BRASIL)) Reflexiones en torno a la mediación social de la naturaleza; Guido Galafassi; 18-36,  PDF Extractivismo, colonialidad y violencia en el Perú; Raquel Viviana Neyra Soupplet; 37-54 PDF JOAN...
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Call for nominations: ISC Awards Programme

The International Science Council (ISC) is seeking nominations for the first edition of the ISC Awards Programme. ISC Members, Affiliated Bodies and partners are invited to nominate individuals or groups of individuals who contribute to the promotion of science as a global public good for the ISC Awards Programme 2021 in the following categories: 1. Science for Sustainability Award for outstanding scientific contribution...
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BOĞAZİÇİ University Students and Staff Struggle for Academic Freedom

ISEE and ESEE stand in solidarity with BOĞAZİÇİ university students and staff in the struggle for academic freedom The International and European Societies for Ecological Economics (ISEE and ESEE) herewith fully support Turkish academics and students in the fight for academic freedom and condemn the recent steps taken by the Turkish government to silence those who conduct research and teaching...
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Post Growth Challenge

Calling writers, artists, designers, and video makers. Can you make a Post Growth Policy Package? An initiative in collaboration with the Manchester Meteor and the Systems Change Alliance. What? A cooperative challenge to find a better way to present the post-growth alternative. Why? Over the last two years, various Green New Deals have become very popular. This demonstrates that a...
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Economics of Sustainability

Economics of Sustainability Six-Part Learning Series January 8 - February 12, 2021; 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. EST Six weekly discussions facilitated by Dr. Madhavi Venkatesan. Readings will be made available online. Participants are encouraged to read the material provided before the discussion hour. We all live and participate within an economic system. However, what is not often contemplated is...

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