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As a transdisciplinary field, Ecological Economics (EE) seeks to develop solutions to complex and interrelated economic, social, and environmental problems. “Theory to Practice” would embrace many types of presentations including, but not limited to: - Research that extends the state of the...
The theme of the conference, “Science in Support of Sustainable and Resilient Communities,” emphasizes the crucial role that research in Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Systems plays in the planning, design, and governance of linked human-natural communities, the importance for...
Topics: Regional planning; City planning; Sustainability and the built environment; Cultural heritage; Environmental management; Environmental policies and planning; Education for Sustainable Development; Sustainable tourism; Resources management; Impact assessment of urban expansion; Sustainable...
Topics: - Legal aspects of economic and cocial development in international relations, - International legal aspects of sustainable development, environment protection, energy effectiveness and renewable energy sources use, - Globalization and Challenges of the Modern World, - Enterprise in...
The Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists is an invaluable opportunity for meeting, exchanging and debating current topics in environmental and resource economics.
The 14th conference in Petrozavodsk will be devoted to the discussion of topical issues in the field of sustainable development of countries and regions, methodology and practices of establishing and developing the economic mechanism of nature management and environmental protection, including...
The topic covered by the 2017 Summer School is the Macroeconomics, Growth, and the Environment. Some of the most pressing environmental and resource problems – including climate change, deforestation, urban air pollution – are closely related to economic growth. Environmental policies have...
Proposals on any aspect of agricultural and resource economics, including teaching, research, and/or extension are encouraged.
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