In this month’s newsletter:
- Bluefish: potential impacts of climate change on coastal communities
- eftec team is growing – two new positions
- envecon 2021– call for abstracts
Bluefish: potential impacts of climate change on coastal communities - Literature review and scientific report
eftec, in collaboration with long time partners ABPmer and Countryscape, led an evidence review and analysis of ecosystem goods and services provided by marine ecosystems in the Irish and Celtic Seas for the Marine Institute as part of the Bluefish Project. Our study investigated how the provision and value of ecosystem goods and services would be affected over time under plausible scenarios for environmental management in the context of climate change.
Visual representation of complex concepts and scenarios to stakeholders, policy makers and to the wider community is key for the Marine Institute, and by linking art and science the project aims to demystify the potential economic impacts of climate change on coastal communities.
The BlueFish Project is an Ireland Wales Territorial Co-operation Operation for the Irish and Celtic Sea, focusing on cross border collaboration, climate change and community engagement. It is part-funded by the European Regional Development fund through the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014 – 2020.
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eftec team is growing – two new positions
Over the summer, we had three Researchers join our team – in order of appearance: Guillermo Garcia; Innes Armstrong and Erika Furbert. Check out their bios HERE. When we meet in person again, our international lunches will have new delicious flavours!
As the prominence of environmental economics grows, we need further additions to our team and are currently advertising two openings –
Deadline for applications: 30th November 2020.
envecon 2021 – call for abstracts
envecon 2021 will take place online on 19th March. We will be providing more information on the format in the coming weeks, but we will make sure our time together is spent in discussions with papers provided in advance. There will be a nominal delegate fee for the conference to cover the membership, cost of the Journal for Environmental Economics and Policy and a contribution to the webinar costs.
The call for abstracts is HERE. As per usual we require a 2 page abstract, focusing on the relevance of your work for policy and business decision making as well as brief coverage of methodology.
Send them to email@example.com by 21st December 2020.