The African Society for Ecological Economics
Ecological economics exists because a hundred years of disciplinary specialization in scientific inquiry has left us unable to understand or to manage the interactions between the human and environmental components of our world. While none would dispute the insights that disciplinary specialization has brought, many now recognize that it has also turned out to be our Achilles heel. In an interconnected evolving world, reductionist science has pushed out the envelope of knowledge in many different directions, but it has left us bereft of ideas as to how to formulate and solve problems that stem from the interactions between humans and the natural world. How is human behavior connected to changes in hydrological, nutrient or carbon cycles? What are the feedbacks between the social and natural systems, and how do these influence the services we get from ecosystems? Ecological economics as a field attempts to answer questions such as these.
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ANZSEE 2019 Conference
Ecological Economics: Solutions Now and In the Future
RMIT University, Melbourne
24–26 November 2019
IX Conference on Ecological Economics
Territories in dispute and commodification of nature.
Perspectives from the South-South
Andean Headquarters of the National University of Río Negro, Bariloche, Argentina
25 – 29 November 2019
XIII National Meeting of ECOECO
Will the Anthropocene be the era of environmental collapse?
Thinking of an economy for planet Earth.
State University of Campinas, State of São Paulo
23-26 September 2019
INSEE-CESS International Conference
Climate Change and Disasters: Challenges, Opportunities, and Responses
Tenth INSEE Biennial Conference,
6 – 8 November 2019