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As the official journal of the Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies and the official journal of the East Asian Association of Environmental and Resource Economics, it provides an international forum for debates among diverse disciplines such as environmental economics, environmental policy studies, and related fields. The main purpose of the journal is twofold: to encourage (1) integration of theoretical studies and policy studies on environmental issues and (2) interdisciplinary works of environmental economics, environmental policy studies, and related fields on environmental issues. The journal also welcomes contributions from any discipline as long as they are consistent with the above stated aims and purposes, and encourages interaction beyond the traditional schools of thought
EEU is a research and teaching unit within the Göteborg University with 12 PhDs and 20 graduate students working on various projects related to natural resources and environmental economics. EEU specializes in environmental economics research and training. The research is focused on natural resource management in developing countries, the choice of policy instruments for transport, industrial environmental problems and welfare relatedissues.
The Paris Agreement on climate change provides the foundation for a dynamic process increasing the ambitions in international climate policy. The aim of the “ETH climate calculator” is to contribute to the process of finding an equitable solution for burden sharing. The online tool calculates fair and equitable contributions of the different countries. Policy targets are expressed in carbon budgets, which are available up to 2050. Users can choose certain parameters and check the impact of their choices on international climate policy. The calculator then provides carbon budget allocations for different approaches. The Equity Climate Calculator has been developed by the Chair of Economics/Resource Economics of ETH Zurich and has recently been updated.
The French Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (FAERE) aims at bringing together researchers, teachers, academics and all those engaged in research and/or expertise in environmental and natural resources economics. FAERE also helps at promoting all kind of works in the field and takes steps and actions to make the works of the Association members known by public and private institutions. FAERE will organize scientific workshops, conferences, summer schools and publish a Working Papers and Policy Papers Series. Its membership is open to all persons involved or interested in environmental and resource economics, who share the Association’s objectives, without any nationality or language restriction.
Information: www.faere.fr
The Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) is a no-profit, no-partisan research institution established to carry out research in the field of sustainable development. Recognised by the President of the Italian Republic in July 1989, it has since become a leading international research centre. One of its principal aims is to promote interaction between academic, industrial and public policy spheres in order to comprehensively address concerns about economic development and environmental degradation.
Information: www.feem.it/
The FSR Energy Encyclopedia is an open access body of knowledge on EU energy regulation and policy. It covers 8 areas: Electricity, Gas, Grids, Energy Policy, Climate Change, Security of Supply, Renewables and Regulation. It has entries for more than 50 topics and for each of them you will find a short definition and discussion. You can also access all publications and media content produced or edited by the Florence School of Regulation Download for free our research reports, policy briefs, working papers, webinars, video lectures and many other publications.
GEVAD aims to facilitate the application of environmental economics in decision-making processes using the benefits transfer approach. About 1,400 studies were reviewed and, finally, more than 300 recent studies, mainly European, were registered. The studies, the valuation method used, the main author and the country of the “study site”, can be searched through a user-friendly environment. The database includes a tool for adjusting the transferred values in order to offset influences concerning differences of price level and time between the “study” and the “policy” site. Thus, EAERE members and other environmental valuation experts are mostly welcome to submit studies to be included in GEVAD through the “Submit a study”page. In addition, they are encouraged to send their comments at gevad@metal.ntua.gr.
A dedicated website for academic research into economic aspects of the globalisation and the environment debate. And a place to find news, research and discussion on economic issues related to the impact of globalisation on the environment. The research project is led by Dr Matthew A. Cole and Dr Robert J.R. Elliott of the University of Birmingham, UK, and funded by the Leverhulme Trust and the ESRC.
The Green Growth Knowledge Platform is a global network of researchers and development experts that identifies and addresses major knowledge gaps in green growth theory and practice. Through widespread consultation and world-class research, GGKP provides practitioners and policymakers with better tools to foster economic growth and implement sustainable development.
IAERE is an Association that provides a platform for scientific exchange in the field of Environmental and Resource Economics in Italy. The Association aims particularly at facilitating interaction among scholars, researchers and students, in order to increase the impact of good scientific research at a national level, encouraging the application of research results.
Information: http://www.iaere.org/
The International Institute for Environment and Development is a global leader in sustainable development. IIED was launched in 1971 by renowned economist and policy advisor Barbara Ward, making it one of the very first organisations to link environment with development. As an independent international research organisation, we are specialists in linking local to global. In Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, the Middle East and the Pacific, we work with some of the world's most vulnerable people to ensure they have a say in the policy arenas that most closely affect them — from village councils to international conventions. Through close collaboration with partners at the grassroots, we make our research and advocacy relevant to their needs. We advise governments, business and international development agencies and publish widely. Our website provides an on-line resource database of over 4,000 items, most of which are free to download at www.iied.org/pubs.
Information: www.iied.org/
The International Society for Ecological Economics facilitates understanding between Economists and ecologist and the integration of their thinking into a trans-discipline aimed at developing a sustainable world.
Information: www.ecoeco.org/
The Latin American and Caribbean Environmental Economics Program (LACEEP) was launched on July 1 with a grant from IDRC. The program will operate in ways similar to EEPSEA and its South Asian counterpart SANDEE, offering research awards, short courses, workshops and mentoring
Information: www.laceep.org/
Coordinated by the Climate Policy Research Unit (CPRU) at the European University Institute, researchers from a number of European institutions of higher learning have collaborated in compiling a mapping between current information on the holders of EU ETS accounts and historical information on the associated firms ultimately controlling them, with a focus on the period 2005-2007. The goal of the project is to provide a public reference dataset in order to make the currently available EU ETS transaction data suitable for firm-level empirical analysis and encourage more empirical research on the EU ETS.
RANESA was established in 1998 to support capacity in sustainable development planning and integrated economic and environmental management and policy design in Sub-Saharan Africa. This network is coordinated by the Center for Environmental Economics and Policy at the University of Pretoria. While the main focus of RANESA is Natural Resource Accounting, its group of environmental economists engage in a wide-range of interesting research.
RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in 75 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in Economics and related sciences. The heart of the project is a decentralized bibliographic database of working papers, journal articles, books, books chapters and software components, all maintained by volunteers. The collected data is then used in various services.
Information: //repec.org/
FEEM's e-journal the "Review of Environment, Energy and Economics" is a tool for the dissemination of the work and research-based policy analysis of FEEM researchers and leading international scholars, covering the areas of environmental and energy economics and policy, and offering new insights into the challenges ahead. The e-journal is open access and collects both invited contributions and unsolicited submissions.
SANDEE is a regional network that seeks to bring together analysts from different countries in South Asia to address its development-environment problems. SANDEE's mission is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions in South Asia to undertake research on the inter-linkages among economic development, poverty, and environmental change and to disseminate practical information that can be applied to development policies.
Information: www.sandeeonline.org/
The Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (SEEPS) is a scientific association which aims: to contribute to the theoretical and empirical research of environmental economics and policy studies; to improve communication and contacts between teachers, researchers and students in environmental economics and policy studies; to promote international scientific cooperation in environmental economics and policy studies.
SIdE is a scientific non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote econometric research and the study, dissemination and teaching of econometrics in Italy, as well as to foster international scientific collaborations. SIdE organizes activities such as conferences, workshops, institution of scholarships, courses, publications. Moreover, SIdE promotes scientific collaboration between econometricians in Italy and abroad and welcomes the participation in SIdE by young scholars in an early stage of their career.
Information: virgo.unive.it/side/

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