Ester Boserup Conference 2010 - A Centennial Tribute "Long-term trajectories in population, gender relations, land use, and the environment"
Ester Boserup was one of the pioneers of an integrated theoretical approach to questions of development and sustainability. 2010 marks the centennial of her birth. The Ester Boserup Conference 2010 "Long-term trajectories in population, gender relations, land use, and the environment" wishes to pay tribute to her work and to her intellectual heritage. Topics: - Development - Gender and Globalization: Engendering Development and the Importance of Women in Rural Areas - Integrated Modelling of Land-System Change - Future Responses to Resource Scarcities - Land Use Change: The Triple Exposure to Climate, Population Pressure, and Globalization - New Approaches for Understanding Land-Use Intensity - Population and Economy - Rural systems and socio-ecological transitions - Intensification and the Anthropocene - Land use change at multiple scales: interactions with climate change and ecosystem services - Time Use and Social Change - Energy Use - Dynamics of Population, the Economy and the Environment - Land Use Change, Resource Conflicts and the Socio-Ecological Crises
|Event dates:||2010-11-15 – 2010-11-17|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2010-07-31|
|Organizer:||Vienna University of Economics and Business University of Graz University of Klagenfurt|
|Conference venue:||Vienna, Institute of Social Ecology Vienna|
|Classification:||Q0 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics. General|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|