The Call for papers for the 7th International Degrowth and 16th ISEE Joint Conference: Building Alternative Livelihoods in times of ecological and political crisis is now liveat http://www.confercare.manchester.ac.uk/events/degrowth2020/open-call/
1 – 5 September 2020 at The University of Manchester, UK
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The 8th Workshop On Non-market Valuation will take place in Montpellier on June 29th and 30th 2020 and will be organized by the Center for Environmental Economics in Montpellier (CEE-M) with the support of INRAe and EAERE.
Confirmed keynote speakers are:
- Richard T. Carson (University of California, San Diego)
- Richard B. Howarth (Dartmouth College)
- Robert Johnston (Clark University)
Articles must be submitted online before March 15th.
For more details, please consult our website:
Postdoctoral positions on the economic impacts of flooding and flood resilience at the University of York
An exciting project is looking for two enthusiastic researchers who, along with an interdisciplinary team, will push the limits of our understanding of the direct and indirect economic costs of flooding on SMEs across Yorkshire and the Humber, as well as to understand the actions that SMEs can take to effectively reduce their flood risk.
This is an iCASP-funded project in collaboration with West Yorkshire Combined Authorities, the Environment Agency, insurers, lenders, brokers, and surveyors. This project seeks to achieve significant impact by working closely with key stakeholders to improve their understanding regarding SMEs’ direct and indirect economic impacts and the property flood resilience measures that they can take to be better prepared for flooding events. The researchers will also collaborate with the York City Council in the Pathfinder project ‘Yorkshire Future Flood Resilience’.
Apply now! The closing date is 10 February 2020. For more information:
Research Associate in Effective Flood Resilience:
Research Associate in Economic Impacts of Flooding: