To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the society in 1996, ESEE has published a special bulletin to reflect on two decades of the society and ecological economics in Europe, with contributions from Arild Vatn, Inge Røpke, Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Clive Spash and Tommaso Luzzati, amongst others. » Read the full article
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ESEE is the European branch of the International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE).
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Research associate in natural resource governance, agri-environmental policy analysis and commons research
The Professorship of Agricultural, Environmental and Food Policy with a focus on Governance and Natural Resources (Prof. Insa Theesfeld) at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg http://www.landw.uni-halle.de/prof/agrarpolitik/ offers a full time position for a research associate starting after 01.08.2016.
This position is initially for 3 years. A prolongation is foreseen.
The salary is based on German federal public service scale according to qualification and tasks up to E13 TV-L.
Application deadline is 17th May 2016
As the Science of Sustainability, Ecological Economics must advance the transformation of the economy to support rather than debilitate the processes that sustain our living planet. Most fundamental to such an economy is its support of basic live support systems like food, water and energy, and its support of social justice and a quality life for all.
The 2016 Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) will focus on these critical themes, and will facilitate dialogue between practitioners and researchers to advance such an economic transformation. The transformation agenda must include tangible solutions that support an economy that is in sync with the biological and physical systems of our planet, and that builds capacity for human well-being and justice. Particular attention will be given to urban communities that are home to almost 60 percent of the world’s population and that are characterized by cultural diversity and social disparity.
Early Bird Registration closes April 25 !