The third cohort from E4A plus other UVM Gund Institute graduate students are hosting a one-day online conference on Wednesday, May 3rd on “Frontiers of Ecological Economics.” Students have developed fifty-minute sessions containing three to four ten-minute presentations based on bibliographical research conducted in our joint graduate course in ecological economic theory. Full conference program with presentation abstracts is available at: http://go.uvm.edu/nfse6. Students will present from our E4A linked classrooms at UVM, McGill & York universities.
Please consider attending parts of the conference. You are welcome to enter or leave the conference at any time throughout the day through the Zoom web link and ask questions to moderators through an online chat box.
If you have any questions please let us know, or ask anyone from our climate justice cohort. Of course, you’re welcome to attend any of the sessions in person at any of the linked classroom sites. We’d also appreciate any help sharing the conference agenda and invite to other colleagues.
We hope to see you virtually on Wednesday!
For more information, contact UVM professor Jon Erickson (Jon.Erickson@uvm.edu) or E4A’s Project Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org).