We are now going to keep on our journey!
On 25 April we will have Prof. Maria Portugal – Associate Researcher – Environmental Justice Program at Georgetown University – and María Mercedes Muenala Tituaña – Bachelor’s degree in nursing, Master in epidemiology in action (Universidad Central del Ecuador) and Master’s Degree in Health Services Management (Universidad Técnica del Norte). Thank you to our colleagues in the Latam network for suggesting and organizing this seminar entitled El buen vivir de los pueblos amerindios, una visión holistica relacional para entender la naturaleza y el ser humano. This seminar will be in Spanish with English translation.
Prof. Robert Costanza, Ecological Economics at the Institute for Global Prosperity at University College London, on May the 30th will bring us on the topic Ecological economics: what we should learn from non-humans. Professor Costanza’s transdisciplinary research integrates the study of humans and the rest of nature to address research, policy and management issues at multiple time and space scales, from small watersheds to the global system. His specialties include: transdisciplinary integration, systems ecology, ecological economics, ecosystem services, landscape ecology, integrated socio-ecological modeling, ecological design, energy analysis, environmental policy, social traps and addictions, incentive structures, and institutions.