European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE)
Société européenne d'économie écologique
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24 May 1996, Guyancourt (France), at inaugural General Meeting, when statement of aims was adopted. A branch of International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE). Registered initially in accordance with French law. Now registered in accordance with the law on England and Wales.
Foster transdisciplinary discourse and research among the social and natural sciences regarding problems of nature and the environment; provide a European network for activities in ecological economics; produce and disseminate information on sustainability policies; promote education, graduate research and research funding in the field; assist in building links between European members and other regions, notably through other regional networks.
2019 Turku, Finland – Biennial Conference
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