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September 2021

envecon 2022: call for abstracts

We are happy to announce that envecon 2022 will take place next year, online, on Friday 18th March. Save the date!

With this announcement, we are also opening our call for abstracts. We are seeking 2-page abstracts of academically rigorous work that has direct implications for practitioners. Abstracts should convey the theory tested, results, and their practical implications. Topics of particular interest can be seen in the image above.

The abstracts will be reviewed by our Scientific Committee and the authors of abstracts selected in the review process will be invited to present their work at envecon 2022. 

Please submit your abstract by 13th December by emailing  We look forward to receiving your submissions!


Autumn/Winter Webinar Series: Call for Presenters

We closed our Spring/Summer webinar series with a session on how to integrate communications with the design and delivery of research, which was delivered by Jo Barrett and Tom Dooks from the UK Climate Change Committee. The recording is now available to UKNEE members.

Looking forward, we would like to invite you to apply to present a webinar of your own. In these webinars, we will continue our focus on applied environmental economics but will also continue the discussion on communications that we have touched on this year.

On communications: please let us know which elements you’d like future sessions to focus on. Examples could include: mass media, writing summaries, designing graphics, multidisciplinary working, or anything else, and we’ll do our best to cover it.

On other topics: topical issues and empirical work will prioritised but any applied environmental economics theme is welcome. We could feature your work, or you could propose panel discussions on a topic where you’d like to gather views from participants.

For all suggestions and to apply to present a webinar, please get in touch via at We look forward to hearing from you!


Journal Global Sustainable Futures: Progress Through Partnerships Network

We would like to bring attention to this network, which materialised in 2020 out of the need to connect the Global South with the Global North and co-address the pressing challenges to sustainable futures through constructive partnerships.

Comprising 700 coordinators from 101 countries, the group consists of academics, scholars, systems-thinkers, innovators, change-makers, and creative voices who engage in multidisciplinary collaboration to enable sustainable transitions in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

To learn more and get involved, visit the GSFN webpage here.

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