Join us Friday September 29 Noon Eastern for our next webinar. Philosopher of science Silvio Funtowicz will discuss his work as part of USSEE’s regular seminar series highlighting contributions to ecological economics. Funtowicz is a Guest Researcher at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities at University of Bergen.
Please join the USSEE for a USSEE Fellows Program Seminar Thursday August 24 noon Eastern. Erik Nordman, USSEE Board Member and Executive Consultant for Climate Resilience, Strategic Resolution Experts, will discuss the work of Elinor Ostrom, one of our inaugural USSEE Honoray Fellows.
Join us Friday July 28 Noon Eastern for our next webinar. USSEE former President John Gowdy will discuss the contributions and legacy of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, part of the inaugural class of Honorary Fellows created by USSEE to recognize contributions to ecological economics in the United States. Register to receive the webinar link.
The USSEE Board of Directors is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2023 Board Elections. The following nominees are for 3 available positions: Secretary-Treasurer (1 nominee) and two At-Large Member Positions (2 nominees). Additionally, the position of Undergraduate Student is available for appointment by the Board. Please contact us with nominations or self-nominations. Nominees are presented by position in alphabetical order. Elections close on Wednesday May 31.
As part of our 12th Conference, on Friday June 24, 9:00AM Eastern, join us for a special panel to discuss the future of ecological economics. Three members representing the future of the field will be in dialogue with USSEE Past President Robert Richardson.
The USSEE Board of Directors invites you to nominate candidate(s) to fill the 5 board positions listed below. The election will be held May 25-31, and we are seeking nominations by May 24. You are welcome to self-nominate. If nominating someone else, please allow us enough time to confirm the nomination with the individual before the deadline.
If you submitted your abstract on or before 12:30PM Eastern on Friday February 4, please resubmit your abstract, because we may not have received it.
We are delighted to announce that Hazel Wong, interim lead for policy and government relations at The Nature Conservancy, will speak at our 2022 conference. Submit an abstract to the conference.
The Board of the United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) cordially invites you to submit an abstract for an individual poster, paper presentation, or complete session proposal to our 11th biennial conference, entitled “The Post-Covid Economy: Centering Justice, Sustaining Ecosystems” by February 4.