CUSA researchers Connor Harron, Kristen Goodrich, Bemmy Maharamli, and Evgenia Nizkorodov discuss their forthcoming edited volume: The Social Ecology of the Anthropocene: Continuity and Change in Global Environmental Politics in an organized panel at the Society for Human Ecology’s Annual Convention. on April 14t in Santa Ana, CA. For more information about the conference visit: https://societyforhumanecology.org/
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The World Scientific’s Reference of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change Presented in 4 Volumes
The WSPC Reference on Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change provides a comprehensive and prominent reference of various highly authoritative volumes of long-term scientific value, for milestone concepts and theories. The books in the reference set are edited by leading experts in the fields of: Game Theory, International Relations, Computable General Equilibrium (CGE): Economy-Wide Modeling, and Experimental Economics. Each book in the reference set includes chapters that are laid out by recognized, broadly respected researchers, in fields associated with issues related to natural resources and environmental policy in the era of global change. The reference set focuses on the economic and strategic aspects of interactions among various parts of society, all dependent on the availability and utilization of limited natural resources and their impact on the environment. Policy implications are addressed, including current challenges and future perspectives.
The combination of the four books provides a unique perspective on the issues that engage the public discourse of researchers and policy-makers at state, regional, and global levels. Each of the books in the reference set and all four books as a whole provide coverage of disciplines and angles through which the reader can obtain an understanding of the state-of-the-art of dealing with natural resources and environmental policy in the era of global change. The books in the reference set complement each other and provide a scientific understanding of our ability to address the issues covered.
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