While this cannot take place in person this year, the envecon team are excited to invite you to join them online to share and discuss the latest research and most topical issues in environmental economics. envecon 2021 will take place on Friday, 19th March and will feature an engaging and diverse programme.
Treeconomics is hosting another webinar, this time about green walls and roofs.
In this interactive webinar, Keith Sacre of Treeconomics will be joined by Mark Rotteveel of Pius Floris Boomverzorging in The Netherlands, to look at the role that green walls and green roofs can play in city infrastructure.
As part of the launch of N8 AgriFood's Food Systems Policy Hub, join academics Professor Mark Reed from Newcastle University and Professor Peter Howley from the University of Leeds to explore the role of ecosystem markets in a green recovery.
This webinar will stimulate discussion and interrogation of new evidence on the barriers to and opportunities for ecosystem markets to contribute to a green recovery.
Join the Dots – New podcast launches on 19th October
The everyday choices we make have implications for the planet, our health and our pockets - these decisions can be complex; sometimes overwhelmingly so.
We are three women, an economist, a scientist and a policy advisor, who think it’s possible to make the complex relevant while having fun piecing the pros and cons together.
Welcome to our Join the Dots podcast!
What is different about this podcast?
UKNEE (UK Network for Environmental Economics) is running a series of webinars this autumn. The first took place on 16th September (Covid19, our appreciation of nature & conservation) and further dates have now been announced which include the following topics.
14 October 2020: Standardising environmental econimics
11 November 2020: Improving the design of PES and agri-environment schemes: some new results
9 December 2020: Christmas Special - the world's first and only stand-up economist!
The team from the AALERT 4 DM project have been working hard to offer you a fantastic opportunity to join a Landscape Decisions Programme webinar on using creative approaches for understanding and influencing landscape decision making. You can sign up on Eventbrite here:
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellow position to work on the project “Statistical inference and uncertainty quantification for complex process-based models using multiple data sets”.
The position is part of a project to develop, implement and apply methods for parameter inference of models of environmental processes: particularly approaches based on approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) and particle MCMC.
If you live in or near coastal areas you are invited to participate in a research study exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on people's wellbeing and interactions with coastal nature.