The University of Leeds is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated ecological or environmental economist with a focus on water-related research to develop and enhance links across Water@Leeds, the largest interdisciplinary water research centre in any university in the world. Expertise in ecosystem service valuation, cost-benefit analysis and quantitative methods are particularly welcome. You should have a PhD, research experience and publication track record relevant to the area and grade of the appointment.
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GCET is the leading global forum for exchanges on the principles and practices of environmental taxation and other market-based instruments relevant for greening of the economy and a more sustainable development. Research presented at the previous fourteen conferences has helped provide a much stronger theoretical and empirical underpinning of the legal, economic and behavioral issues in this area.
15th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation – Copenhagen 24-26 September 2014
For more information: GCET15 Copenhagen 24-26 September 2014 [Global Conference on Environmental Taxation]
The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Vermont seek applicants for an endowed professorship in sustainability science and policy at the Associate or Full Professor rank.