Oregon State University’s Environmental Sciences Graduate Program is excited to be hosting a live, five day workshop stressing emergy concepts, theory, and principles. Each day is composed of four sessions, two in the morning and two in the afternoon. One or two sessions each day is devoted to a case study that includes “hands-on” computation of emergy or simulation of models to reinforce lecture material and extend understanding of systems concepts.
We are welcoming contributions for a Virtual Special Issue to be published in the journal Soil Security. The title of the VSI is “The Economics of Soil Health” and it will be guest edited by Mara Thiene (University of Padova, Italy) and Richard T. Woodward (Texas A&M University, USA).
The Environmental Protection Agency is recruiting research economists to join the National Center for Environmental Economics (NCEE) to conduct economic research and analysis. NCEE’s mission is to advance the theory and practice of economics and risk analysis within EPA (www.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-policy-op#NCEE). NCEE serves as a center of expertise for cutting-edge policy analysis and research in environmental economics (https://www.epa.gov/environmental-economics). NCEE economists engage in both fast-paced efforts to apply economic reasoning in real-time regulatory development, and longer-term research projects to inform the Agency’s strategic direction.
The Conference aims at connecting leading scientists, researchers, economists, practitioners, business leaders, and policy makers, whose activities are focused on different aspects of climate change, its impacts and related policies.
Renowned internationally for its research excellence supporting a sustainable ocean, Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has an exciting opportunity for an Environmental Economist to join the Sea and Society Group.
The Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science within the government of the United Kingdom is advertising for 2 environmental economists – deadline 21st of July 2022.
A conference on the economics of environment and energy will be held at the London School of Economics from the 20th to the 23rd of September 2022. See the call for papers here: LSE Environment Week. Submissions from graduate students and early-career faculty are particularly encouraged. Soliciting papers from PhD students and faculty in all areas of the economics of environment and energy. The deadline is 18 July and we will notify authors (at latest) by 19 August.
We are excited to announce the third meeting of The Workshop in Environmental Economics and Data Science (TWEEDS):
Dates: October 7–8, 2022
Location: Eugene, Oregon (USA)
Applications to present/attend are due by June 30th.
Congratulations to the following members elected to the USSEE Board of Directors! We still have one opening for an undergraduate student representative. If you would like to apply, or nominate someone, please contact us.
Current members of USSEE will have received a separate email from Qualtrics with access to your ballot. Please check your spam and your current membership status if you do not see it. There are no candidates for Graduate Student Representative and Undergraduate Student Representative at this time. If you or someone you know is…