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.
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.
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.
We are delighted to announce that acclaimed scholar and ecofeminist Dr. Vandana Shiva will keynote our 2022 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.
A session at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting is being organized (see the session “Collaborations between ecologists and economists to improve aquatic ecosystem management.”). The organizers are most interested in seeing submissions from others who have worked to create a common understanding of the biophysical units at the intersection of ecology and economics. Deadline for abstract submissions is January 10, 2022.