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Sessions Theme 2.x

TimeRoomSessionSession nameModerator
2.1 DEGROWTH
W1 R6 2.1.A Degrowth: Assessing the discourse Seidl
1164 Assessing the degrowth discourse - from theory to policy
Cosme, Inês
1168 Moral and Material Foundations of Social Metabolism: Implications for Degrowth
Malghan, Deepak
1178 Post growth society: Research questions for Ecological Economics
Seidl, Irmi
1500 Perspectives on measuring degrowth transitions: a north-south approach
Meira, Teresa
W2 R6 2.1.B Degrowth: strategies Ohlund
1181 “Efficiency” in Swedish pig production from a degrowth perspective
Ohlund, Erika
1602 From ’growth for employment‘ to ’sustainable work‘
Stagl, Sigrid
977 Can virtual currencies drive sustainable de-growth?
Vitari, Claudio
1090 To grow or not to growth – towards an economics of zero growth
Rosenbaum, Eckehard
1494 Analysis and measure of biophysical foundations of degrowth
Ferrari, Sylvie
T1 R6 2.1.D Degrowth and environmental justice Hafner
1318 “We do not live on agriculture” – socio-ecological struggles and environmental justice at the soybean frontier of globalisation. The case of the Chaco Occidental, Northwest Argentina.
Hafner, Robert
1269 Expansion of commodity frontiers and dimensions of justice: accumulation by dispossession and assimilation grievances and the expansion of the palm oil frontier in Colombia.
Marin-Burgos, Victoria
1579 Environmental Justice Conflicts and the Ecosystem Service Cascade: further developing the metaphor to accommodate real world challenges
Spangenberg, Joachim H.
1264 Deconstructing the Cornish rural idyll through an environmental justice lens
Szaboova, Lucy
T2 R6 2.1.E Radical alternatives to current neoliberal approaches in development: regional approaches, global movements and conceptual frameworks Kothari
973 Radical Ecological Democracy: A framework for a sustainable and equitable future
Kothari, Ashish
Panel
Joan Martinez Alier, Clive Spash (by remote participation), David Barkin
F1 R6 2.1.F Alternative Conceptions of the Economy II Dupoux
1237 Of Boundaries and Well-Being: Bringing philosophical and psychological perspectives on human nature to bear on the green economy discourse
Movik, Synne
1426 Context-dependent substitutability : impacts on environmental preferences and discounting
Dupoux, Marion
1462 About the foundations of ecological economics: A pragmatist revisit of Spash’s new foundations
Hiedanpää, Juha. Presented by Katharine Farrell
1522 In search of a new paradigm of ecological economics as the contemporary economic heterodoxy and the perspectives and methodological pitfalls of redefining its research agenda in the context of the new
Dokurno, Zbigniew
W3 R6 2.1.G Alternative Conceptions of the Economy I Alcott
1524 Does Haim Gvirtzman’s “Israeli perspective” hold water?
Alcott, Blake
994 Between Scylla and Charybdis - On the place of economic methods and concepts within ecological economics
Strunz, Sebastian
2.2 EQUITY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
W1 R8 2.2.A Population size and equity; Proposed session Alcott
1256 Amartya Sen and the Reproductive Rights Model
Dillard, Carter
1930 The Diseconomies of Population Growth in Developed Countries and the Depopulation Dividend
Martin, Roger
1755 Resource wars and insecurity: the plague of unsustainable population growth
O'Brien, Luke Joseph
1435 Population as an Essential Variable to Equity in Sustainable Systems
Engelman, Robert
W2 R8 2.2.B Welfare, Wealth and Work for Europe (FP7: WWWforEU); Proposed session Köppl
1723 Developing Resource use Scenarios for Europe
Fischer-Kowalski, Marina
1411 Towards an operational measurement of socio-ecological performance
Köppl, Angela
1715 Socio-economic impacts of a GHG roadmap scenario
Kratena, Kurt
W1 R7 2.2.C1 equity and economic development: assessing the discourse Busck
1163 The growth paradigm at the root of global ecological distribution conflicts
Busck, Ole
1510 Beyond physical and financial capital: economics for a transforming world
Keating, Adriana
958 The fair distribution of critical resources: reducing environmental poverty and economic tools
Kestemont, Bruno
W2 R7 2.2.C2 equity and economic development: assessing the discourse Sverdrup
1543 The economics of a world with decreasing access to minerals, metals, energy, prerequisites for food and people
Sverdrup, Harald Ulrik
1083 USING SOCIAL PRICES FOR SOCIAL EQUITY AND WELLBEING
Yee, Chow Fah
1644 Labor Productivity, Unemployment, and Energy Use
Winslow, Maggie
T1 R7 2.2.E equity and economic development: aquatic systems 1 Logar
975 Decision support for integrated river water quality management
Logar, Ivana
1084 How to Make Environmental Targets Affordable in Estuarine Waters: Extending the Polluter Pays Principle?
Cordier, Mateo
1330 NIMBY or Policy: Lessons from socioecological conflicts related to marine finfish aquaculture in Europe
Ertör, Irmak
1607 FISHERIES INSTITUTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL EQUITY/JUSTICE, CLIMATE- AND SOCIAL ADAPTIVE CAPACITIES OF MARINE CONSERVATION
Bukowski, Meike
T1 R8 2.2.F Equity and economic development: regional cases Pastoret
1764 The Ring of Fire mining development project in the Far North of Canada: Can prosperity for all be achieved and at what cost?
Pastoret, Corinne
1092 Brazil’s pre-salt oil layer: cursing the blessing or blessing the curse?
Giacomelli-Sobrinho, Valny
964 The great Indian conservation debate: Contextualizing inequalities and poverty
Thapliyal, Sneha
F2 R7 2.2.G equity and economic development: regional cases Kowalski
1212 Eastern Europe and the Great Economic Transformation: Treadmill of Production, labour market and the Environment.
Filcak, Richard
1218 Spatial Polarization of the Ecological Footprint Distribution
Teixidó-Figueras, Jordi
1599 Farming societies of the Okavango basin in transition – 3 case studies of farming societies
Kowalski, Benjamin
F1 R7 2.2.H equity and economic development: interdependencies Pande, Winslow
1410 Endogenous population change and economic growth under increasing water scarcity
Pande, Saket
1547 Global peak production of natural resources will lead to peak wealth
Ragnarsdottir, Kristin Vala
1506 Equity considerations when getting closer to thresholds: a comparative analysis of the socio-ecological dynamics in three watershed territories of South America
Le Coq, Jean-François
T2 R8 2.2.I equity and economic development: CO2 and climate impacts Luzzati
1262 The Causal Components of International CO2 emissions Inequality: a Regression Based Decomposition analysis.
Teixidó-Figueras, Jordi
1537 Reassessing the Energy- and CO2- EKC curve
Luzzati, Tommaso
1573 The determinants of individual carbon offsetting: An international micro-econometric analysis
Ziegler, Andreas
1628 Cheap Fossil Fuels or energy efficiency as comparative advantages? Comparative views on "re-indusstrialization" and energy in Europe and USA
Baum, Josef
F3 R7 2.2.J Land, food and development Ibarrolo Rivas, Agarwal
1056 Unequal distribution of global land for food production: the poor in disadvantage for 2050
Ibarrola Rivas, Maria Jose
1067 WORK TIME, CONSUMERISM AND ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD
Monteiro Klein, Monica
1307 Food sovereignty, food security and democratic choice: Critical contradictions, difficult conciliations
Agarwal, Bina
2.3 COMPARING DEVELOPING AND DEVELOPED
T1 R9 2.3.A1 Social metabolism, environmental injustices, valuation languages; Proposed session Joan Martinez-Alier
1451 Mining conflicts in Peru and Chile, compared
Martinez-Alier, Joan
1453 The relevance of economic evaluation tools for pursing environmental justice
Rodriguez-Labajos, Beatriz
1456 “Successful” resistance in environmental justice struggles: a definition and some examples from the EJOLT map
Temper, Leah
T2 R9 2.3.A2 Environmental injustices related to mining; Proposed session Joan Martinez-Alier
1445 The resistance space against iron ore mining threat at the Gandarela Mountain Range/ MG, Brazil
Herrmann Coelho-de-Souza, Carolina
1449 Community metal mining consultations in Latin America (2002-2012). A bottom-up value articulation institution
Walter, Mariana
1455 Issues in mining conflicts - collaborative research between activists and scientists
Ozkaynak, Begum
W1 R9 2.3.B comparing D & D: general environmental policies Dokurno
1545 Transformation and transition of Polish environmental and sustainability policy towards dynamic institutional equilibrium based on sustainable development
Dokurno, Zbigniew
1382 Towards a greener and more equitable development: What can we learn from Brazil, South Africa and Germany for global transformation processes?
Perch, Leisa
1721 Are autocrats more environment-friendly than democrats? Investigating the impact of regime type on environmental targets in developing countries
Stepping, Katharina M. K.
1162 The Improvement of Environmental Policy Instruments in Russia using Input-Output Approach
Tagaeva, Tatyana
W2 R9 2.3.C comparing D & D: energy sector, climate and mining policies Simonet
1603 Do Chinese Households Believe in Climate Change and why? An Econometric Analysis
Dai, Jing
1569 Regulatory Reforms and the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources: Explaining and Assessing Policy Change in Mining Countries – The Cases of Canada and Chile
Perincek, Ruya
1512 Poverty and Climate Change: Why climate change has an asymmetric impact ?
Simonet, Catherine
1608 Did Fukushima Matter? Empirical Evidence of the Demand for Climate Protection in Germany
Löschel, Andreas
T3 R9 2.3.D comparing D & D: various policy arenas Solomon
1038 Socioeconomic Analysis Options for Pesticides Management in Developing Countries and Economies in Transition
Solomon, Barry D.
1145 A transdisciplinary approach to the economic analysis of the Water Framework Directive
Martin-Ortega, Julia
1808 The effects of rules and communication in a behavioral irrigation experiment with power asymmetries carried out in North China
Wechsung, Frank
F2 R9 2.3.E Forest conservation policies abd REDD:between benefit and burden sharing; Proposed session Wunder
1664 Benefit and burden sharing in forest conservation and REDD+: A conceptual framework
Wong, Grace Y.
1359 Taking stock of carbon rights in REDD+ candidate countries: An assessment of rights and obligations
Loft, Lasse
1331 Accounting for REDD costs at multiple scales: the cases of Brazil and Indonesia
Marinho, Eduardo
1369 Early impacts of subnational REDD+ initiatives on forests and human wellbeing in the Amazon
Sven , Wunder
1316 Cost and equity implications of integrating conservation sticks and carrots in national conservation programs in Brazil and Peru
Börner, Jan
F1 R9 2.3.F comparing D & D: various policy arenas Ota
1351 Can impact assessment improve water policies in Ukraine?
Hagemann, Nina
1137 Rethinking chemical regulation: from chemical risk assessment towards deliberating chemical profiles?
Honkela, Nina
1544 A framework for formulating a long-term coastal management plan for a sustainable coastal area: An application of “Sato-umi” in Japan
Ota, Takahiro
1660 In search of lost time: costs of traffic congestion in Brazilian Metropolitan Regions
Frickmann Young, Carlos Eduardo
F3 R9 2.3.G Indigenous knowledge for climate change adaptation and ecological resource use management; Proposed session Gupta
1197 Analysing Indian farmer’s adaption strategy to climate change
Gupta, Vijaya
1308 Managing Fisheries Livelihood along with adapting global environmental changes: A study of ‘Koli’ communities in India
Senapati, Sibananda
1690 Assessing Drought Impact on Forest Produce and Its Economic impact on Tribal Community in India
Bonela, Sandhya Sri
1050 Direct and indirect effects of weather experiences on life satisfaction – which role for climate change expectations?
Osberghaus, Daniel
T2 R7 2.3.H Research at the German Development Institute (DIE)

Programme:

  1. Brief presentation of DIE
  2. Pieter Pauw DIE: Equity in international climate policies on mitigation and adaptation
  3. Aurelia Figueroa DIE: Illegally efficient? Behavioural insights for energy efficiency in a context of non-technical losses
  4. Anna Pegels DIE: Green industrial policy in emerging countries
2.4 TRANSFERS BETWEEN COUNTRIES
W1 R10 2.4.A1 transfers between countries: global trade I Hoff
1267 Downscaling of planetary water and land boundaries, and the role of trade in approaching these boundaries
Hoff, Holger
Titill 1143 Trade and countries'emissions: some conceptual and methodological aspects
Roca, Jordi
1645 Adaptive Capacity and Global Resource Flows
Winslow, Maggie
1094 Ecological Footprint and International Trade: an Analysis of the Trade Balance of Brazilian Agribusiness
Giacomelli-Sobrinho, Valny
1693 Leakage of regional ecosystem services improvements due to global trade
Koellner, Thomas
F3 R10 2.4.B transfers between countries: balances Glazyrina
1515 Ecologically unequal exchange and distribution conflicts: Amur river case study
Glazyrina, Irina
1469 International material resource dependency in an input-output framework
Bouwmeester, Maaike C.
1232 Causal determinants of international ecological distribution
Teixidó-Figueras, Jordi
W2 R10 2.4.C transfers between countries in the context of REDD+ Nantongo
1520 Transaction Costs for establishing governance structures for REDD+. Lessons from Tanzania and Brazil
Nantongo, Mary Gorret
1402 Instituting REDD+. An analysis of instituting REDD+ in Kilosa (Tanzania)
Vatn, Arild
1806 The equity of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms? A multilevel governance analysis in Vietnam.
Yang, Anastasia Lucy
T1 R10 2.4.E1 Shifting Boundaries through Trade: Accounting for the ‘Upstream’ Resource Requirements of Consumption I Schaffartzik
1672 Global human appropriation of ecosystem capacity for biomass consumption in the EU-27, 1986 - 2007
Kastner, Thomas
1665 Global biomass flows and associated land requirements – A comparison of accounting approaches
Bruckner, Martin
1668 Cropland ecological footprint of the US: a detail comparison of process analysis, and simple and hybrid multiregional input-output analysis
Weinzettel, Jan
T2 R10 2.4.E2 Shifting Boundaries through Trade: Accounting for the ‘Upstream’ Resource Requirements of Consumption II Lutter
1669 Mapping the Ecological Footprint of Nations
Moran, Daniel
1670 Projected future developments of environmental impacts embodied in trade – the next 40 years
Wood, Richard
1667 Environmentally Extended Input-Output Analysis: Examining the Impact of a Paradigm Shift
Schaffartzik, Anke
1666 Water footprinting - how trade can shift the burden of increasing water consumption
Lutter, F. Stephan
F1 R10 2.4.F1 Transformation of Money and Finance for Sustainability I; Proposed session Roepke
1467 Monetary systems for well-being and equity within planetary boundaries
Farley, Joshua
1176 Role of money and finance in a post-growth-society
Seidl, Irmi
1102 Financialisation, economic growth and biophysical limits
Rezai, Armon
1030 Financialization and Sustainability
Hermele, Kenneth
F2 R10 2.4.F2 Transformation of Money and Finance for Sustainability II Roepke
1141 Economic 'laissez faire' and ecological breakdown. Three jigsaw pieces to explore the relation between disembedding and weakening sustainability
Hollander, Ernst
1017 Discourses on finance and sustainability
Roepke, Inge
1377 The macroeconomics of financial systems and sustainable development
Sawyer, Malcolm
1653 Beyond carbon pricing: The role of banking and monetary policy in financing the transition to a low-carbon economy
Campiglio, Emanuele
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