CANSEE2019 Abstract Deadline Extended!

CANSEE2019: Call for Abstracts Extended Scholars, activists, educators, civil servants, business leaders and change-makers alike: We invite you to Engage with Economies of Change! The need for change in a world of environmental decline, economic instability and social conflict is well recognized. Despite perceived tradeoffs between economic prosperity and environmental…

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CANSEE 2019 Special Session: Socio-ecological analysis of agro-environmental practices in a context of intensive agriculture

Proposed by: ANCRAGE (Agriculture, Nature and Communities: Action-Research in Environmental Governance), Département des sciences naturelles, Institut des sciences de la forêt tempérée, Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO) Session Title:  Socio-ecological analysis of agro-environmental practices in a context of intensive agriculture Double Session description :  Intensification of agriculture in Canada, as…

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Special Session: Towards A Radical Agenda for Ecological Economics

CANSEE 2019 Special Session: Towards a Radical Agenda for Ecological Economics University of Waterloo (May 22-25, 2019) Session organizers: Kaitlin Kish, Vijay Kolinjivadi Potential invited discussants (to pose questions and lead discussion at the end): Clive Spash, Giorgios Kallis Context: Neoclassical economics has been criticized for failing to adequately internalize…

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CANSEE2019: Engaging Economies of Change Call for Abstracts

12th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics (CANSEE) Waterloo, ON at the Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA) Wednesday May 22 – Saturday May 25, 2019 Download the call for abstracts here. Scholars, organizers, activists, educators, civil servants, industry representatives and change-makers alike: we invite you to Engage with Economies of…

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Peter Victor Symposium Recordings

Did you miss the retirement symposium honouring Peter Victor? Do you just want to relive the fun all over again? Either way – CANSEE has made recordings of the event permanently available online so you may watch them regularly and share with your friends!

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Updated: Deadline Extended

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 May 31, 2018

November Newsletter

Say ‘bonjour’ to CANSEE/SCANEE’s new executive committee! What’s in this month’s update? CANSEE executive for 2018/19 Announcing: CANSEE2018 – A student focused workshop! Congratulations to CANSEE2017 Student Award Winner: David Mallery Officer positions available within CANSEE If you have anything you want to add to our newsletter or website (news, commentaries,…

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CANSEE 2017 Note

The executive would like to send a final ‘Thank you!!!’ to all those who helped make CANSEE 2017 our best conference, yet. It wouldn’t have been possible without the hardwork and dedication of all the volunteers, speakers, and attendees. Thank you, and watch the CANSEE newsletter for upcoming publishing and…

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PEDAGOGY FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE

PEDAGOGY FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE:  Re-rooting academic knowledge in nature You are invited to step into a 3-day co-creative gathering among the trees and the stars to explore the emergent challenges and possibilities of cultivating socio-ecological transformation within and beyond academia. WHEN — July 25th – 27th, 2017 WHERE — Cobourg…

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CANSEE 2019 Conference Bid

Interested in hosting a CANSEE conference? The CANSEE executive committee is eager to find a group of people with a similar passion for ecological economics as us! The following is a general outline of what organizing a conference might look like. However, responsibilities are always up for debate and we’re very…

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