October 2017 is a pretty exciting month, no doubt!
Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) – the research partnership I am a fellow of, based at McGill University, York University and the University of Vermont – and the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics (CANSEE) are about to hold their joint conference:
or, if you prefer the French version,
From a personal perspective, this is going to be the first time I will be involved in such an event, both presenting and seeing what happens behind the scenes (stay tuned for the next post of my blog series The first time a graduate student... 😉 )
But of course, the relevance of this event goes beyond my personal experience. Indeed, the topic of the conference is pretty concerning and eye-opening:…
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