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January 2022


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Register for envecon 2022!

Registration for envecon 2022 is now live – click here to sign up!

Like last year, envecon 2022 will be online and attendance is free. You can also sign up to become an UKNEE member when registering which, for £50, will grant you access to exclusive communications, recordings of envecon and UKNEE webinar sessions, and a year’s subscription to the Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy.

This year, our Keynote speech will be delivered by Emily McKenzie, Technical Director at the Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosures. The first of four sessions to be announced will be ‘Working in a Multidisciplinary World in collaboration with the British Ecological Society’, which will provide participants with a toolkit of interdisciplinary skills.

Further sessions will be announced in the coming weeks – register to attend to be notified when these sessions are announced.


Waste Management and Recycling Workshop

This workshop on waste management and recycling economics, hosted by the University of Glasgow as part of their Environmental and One Health Economics workshops series, is taking place next Tuesday, 18th January.

The speakers, and the papers which they are presenting, are as follows:

  • Katarzyna Zagórska, University of Warsaw: Social norm nudging and preferences for household recycling

  • Lucy O Shea, University of Bath: Decoupling: hope or reality?

  • Michael Brock, University of East Anglia: The Can Challenge:  Exploring the Best Way to Incentivise Recycling Effort

Click here for details on joining

The next workshop in this series will be ‘Valuing the Marine Environment’ and will take place on Thursday, 10th March. Speakers include Claire Armstrong (UiT), Keila Meginnis (University of Glasgow), Adriana Ressurreição (University of the Azores) and Ewa Zawojska (University of Warsaw) If you would like to be added to the seminar mailing list or meet with the speakers, please contact

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