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ESEE is the European branch of the International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE).

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Research Associate / Postdoc (3 years) on policy and governance analysis at TU Dresden, Germany

At the International Institute Zittau, a Central Academic Unit of the TU Dresden, Germany, the Chair of Ecosystem Services offers a fulltime position as a Research Associate / Postdoc (3 years) at the next possible date, with a focus on policy analysis and governance research in the third-party funded research project MORE STEP – Mobility at risk: Sustaining the Mongolian Steppe Ecosystem. This is an interdisciplinary project aiming to investigate social-ecological dynamics in the Mongolian steppe ecosystem in order to identify irreversible changes (tipping points), their possible consequences and available response options.

More information at: https://tu-dresden.de/vacancy/6481

Deadline: 11.01.2019

Call for Abstracts – deadline extended

13th International Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics: ‘Co-creation, Making Ecological Economics Matter’, June 18th to 21st, 2019, Turku/Åbo, Finland

The deadline for abstracts for papers and poster for the ESEE 2019 conference has been extended to 11 December 2018 (final deadline).

Please submit a short abstract (100 words) and an extended abstract (750–1500 words excluding references) via the online form, under either one of the 7 conference tracks or for one of the 21 accepted special sessions, see

https://esee2019turku.fi/call-for-papers

Vacancy on “Trade, carbon emissions and land-use change”

In the context of the DFG funded project “Consumption-based accounts of land-use change related carbon emissions – CoBALUCE”, the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung invites applications for a PostDoc position Trade, carbon emissions and land-use change (100%).

Deadline: December 15, 2018

Further information: PostDoc position Senckenberg

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