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November 2022



envecon 2023: Submit Your Papers By November 30

The deadline for submitting your work to present at envecon 2023 is the end of the day on Wednesday, November 30th.

The conference is open to papers on any topic with a focus on the application of environmental economic tools (such as valuation, appraisal, and instruments) to studies of land, fresh water, marine environments, air quality, climate, and beyond with regards to the workings of any economic sector, policy area, or human behaviour.

We also welcome multidisciplinary teams that showcase how economics can be put to good use.

For instructions for submisison, please visit this page.


Webinar: Circular to Sustainable to Regenerative Business Models with Dr. Tammi Sinha

Our next webinar will take place on Wednesday, 30th November. We will be joined by Dr Tammi Sinha who will explore the enablers and challenges for SMEs to adopt circular, sustainable, and regenerative business models and ways of working.

You can click here to register.

Dr Sinha will explore the challenges ahead for leaders, economists, and businesses to meet the challenges of climate change through her perspective as an expert in operations strategy. She holds a PhD in Operations Strategy and has held a range of senior roles within this space including sustainability champion and senior lecturer in operations and project management at Solent University, Director for Climate Action at the University of Winchester, and Continuous Improvements Lead at iSolutions.


Cogent Economics and Finance: Call for Papers on Economic Growth and Finance for Sustainable Development

The Journal 'Cogent Economics and Finance' has launched a call for papers for a special collection on ‘Economic Growth and Sustainable Development in Times of Crisis’.

Click here to visit their website and submit your work.

With this context of recent economic, health, and energy crises in mind, this collection aims to contribute to the debate on the dichotomy between economic and sustainability interests, and how the pursuit of economic growth may create imbalances or synergies between the three pillars of sustainability (economic, environmental, and social).

The journal is interested in papers that adopt both theoretical or applied approaches through case studies, covering specific policies and/or countries. Comparative studies will be welcomed too. They are particularly interested in papers that can show the difference in approaches to economic and sustainability policies between Western/Non-Western economies, and between Emerging economies.

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