Economies in an age of limits: A time for (R)evolution!

  We are happy to announce that the next Canadian Ecological Economics Conference will take place next year in Montreal. CANSEE and E4A invite you to open your agenda books and circle 19-22 October 2017. Join us in rethinking our economies by considering the biophysical limits and the need for ecological and social justice.…

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Endowed Professor in Ecological Economics & Environmental Policy position

Endowed Assistant Professor in Ecological Economics & Environmental Policy Loyola University Chicago’s (LUC), Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track endowed position at the rank of Assistant Professor/Advanced Assistant Professor, beginning fall 2017. LUC is ranked 7th greenest campus in the U.S., and the IES is…

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Mark Blaug Student Essay Prize 2016 – Submissions have opened!

Devised in collaboration with the Foundation for European Economic Development (FEED), we are proud to announce that the Mark Blaug Student Essay Prize is open for submissions! “Rather than applying economics to a particular problem, eligible essays must reflect critically on the state of economics itself, as Mark Blaug did…

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Green Prosperity: From the Global Consumer Society to the Networked reMaker Society

By Katie Kish, Stephen Quilley and Jason Hawreliak This article describes a Metcalf-funded research project investigating Maker culture as the basis for a relocalized, community-based green economy. (Green Prosperity and the (Re)Maker Society: Integrating the low growth economy with community self-development, artisanal skills and enhanced cultural participation (Metcalf Foundation, $38,000)…

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David Suzuki’s Blue Dot Tour

Canadians enjoy freedom of expression, equal protection from discrimination and the right to life, liberty and security under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. They do not, however, have the right to drink clean water, breathe clean air or simply live on clean land. The right to a healthy environment…

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