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Upcoming ESEE election and call for nominations

The terms of office of the ESEE President, 2 Vice-Presidents and 3 Board Members are ending in 2018 after 3 years, which means we have elections in November 2018!

Our election committee is chaired by the ESEE President Irene Ring and includes our country contacts Inge Ropke and Tommaso Luzzati. As usual, they will count on your feedback and on your interest in playing an active role in the ESEE Board and get nominations for the election later this year.

The official calendar for 2018 elections is as follows:

  • Monday, October 15th – Sunday, November 11th: 4 weeks nomination period
  • Second half of November: Preparations for elections
  • Monday, November 26th – Sunday, December 16th: 3 weeks election period

To become a nominee the person has to be supported by five ESEE Members eligible to vote. All nominations for elections shall be made in writing to the secretariat, using the email-address: esee.elections@gmail.com and must be received by Sunday, November 11th, 2018.

Nomination shall include the names of the supporters. Supporters are asked to express their support directly to the secretariat (esee.elections@gmail.com) also up to the same deadline.

A brief CV, a photo and 5 lines on the motivation for working in the Board shall be provided to be put on the ESEE website as a pdf file during the election period.

Information on the candidates and the voting procedure will be given at the ESEE website. However, as only active ESEE Members paying their membership fees are entitled to stand and/or vote for the board elections, we encourage you to renew your membership (or become a member if you are not yet one!) as soon as possible. Based on the election calendar, you need to be an ESEE member by Friday, 23rd November 2018 to be eligible to vote in this year’s elections.

If you have any questions regarding nominations and/or elections do not hesitate to contact us at esee.elections@gmail.com.

Best wishes,

Begum Ozkaynak,

ESEE Secretary

Economics and the environment since the 1950s – History, methodology and philosophy International workshop – 2019, March

Organized by the journal Cahiers d’économie politique / Papers in political economy And the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne

Call for papers
Environmental concerns emerged in economics during the 1950s. Some economists had focused on these issues before, but it is not until then that the environment really became an autonomous subject of economic study. During this period of strong demographic and economic growth in industrialized countries, this progressive recognition of environmental issues by economists was caused by natural resources depletion, ecosystems degradation, and pollution or harmful effects such as the first smog in London and Los Angeles or the chemical contamination of the Minamata Bay. » Read the full article

Extended abstract submission deadline (30 April)

15th Congress of the International Society for Ecological Economics ISEE 2018
10, 11 and 12 September 2018, in the city of Puebla,  Mexico
A bi-lingual congress
Ecological Economics and Socio-ecological Movements: Science, policy and challenges to global processes in a troubled world


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FINAL DEADLINE extended to APRIL 30, 2018

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