Regular Tracks constitute the thematic basis for the conference’s call for presentation abstracts. They were proposed and accepted during the first call of the conference. Therefore, proponents of abstracts are invited to register their submissions under one of the accepted Regular Tracks. To facilitate the choice of a Regular Track for your submission, you can look at the
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Regular tracks are meant to set the thematic structure of the whole conference. However, if you think that your abstract does not fit in any of the available regular tracks, please choose the option “other” and proceed with your submission.
When submitting your abstract, please look at the thematic axes displayed on the form below, to facilitate your choice of Regular Track.
Abstract Submission Form
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Select Regular Track 1. Bioeconomy, Green economy, Circular economy, Economic growth and environmental performance Eco-economies: new proposals for a sustainable future 2. Energy transitions, Energy poverty, Energy policies, Energy consumption, Energy inequality, Energy economics, Energy and well-being, Energy consumption Trepidations in energy transitions and transformations 3. Post-Keynesianism, De-Growth, Ecological macroeconomics, Georgescu-Roegen's bioeconomy, Post-normal science, Theoretical aspects of ecological economics, Relational values, Critical realism Ecological Economics Theory: past, present and future 4. Epistemology, Post-truth, Post-colonial thinking, Decolonial and feminist political ecology, Pluralist knowledges, Dialogue of knowledge, Citizen sciences, Intercultural exchanges Unlearning hegemonic scientific truths as a way of transforming our socionatural futures 5. Monetary instruments for environmental governance, Payments for ecosystem services, Effectiveness of environmental policies, Policy evaluation, Incentive-based policy instruments, REDD+, Carbon markets Effectiveness of Payments for Ecosystem Services: current advancements and future research 6. Socio-ecological transitions, Sustainable Development Goals, System thinking, Leverage points, Well-being indicators, Climate change and inequality Deep Leverage Points for the Sustainability Transition 7. Agroecology, Agroecological knowledge systems, Agrifood systems Substantive Economics and Agroecological Experiments: Changing Knowledge-Policy Contents and Relationships 8. Agroforestry systems, Gender and forest systems, Socio-ecological transitions An integrative view of sustainability in tropical agroforestry systems 9. Global environmental change, Socio-ecological transitions, Circular economy, Forestry sector Transformative Change in the forestry sector: Contributions from the circular economy 10. Business Ecological Economics, Corporate social responsibility, Environmental and social corporate governance (ESG), Environmental justice, Private sector “Business Ecological Economics” – towards an Ecological Economics based view of the Firm 11. Trans-disciplinarity, Socioecological transformations, Legitimacy, Participation and knowledge generation Transdisciplinarity and Social-Ecological Transformations 12. De-growth, Eco-swaraj, Vivir sabroso, Buen vivir, Post-development Dialogues with degrowth from the majority world 13. Ecozoic, Ecological macroeconomics, Economics education and pedagogies, Monetary and financial systems, Participatory action research, Transdisciplinarity, Planetary boundaries, Alternatives to development, System dynamics, Rethinking ecosystem services valuation, Degrowth, Post-growth, Biophysical economics World Building the Ecozoic: The normative work of Ecological Economics 14. Inter-sector exchange, Academic careers, Inter-disciplinarity, Economic education Supporting interdisciplinary careers for sustainability 15. Global commodity chains, Globalization, Certification, Private governance, Value chain governance, Deforestation-free trade, Due diligence, Global socio-environmental governance Transformation in telecoupled global commodity chains: Linking systems of consumption with territories of extraction 16. Epistemology, Politics of knowledge production, Political ecology of policy instruments, Payments for ecosystem services The political ecology of Payments for Ecosystem Services: Assessing the value frameworks underpinning 15 years of PES research and practice 17. Relational values, Values assessment, Valuation methods, Value articulating institutions Plural values/valuation of nature 18. Corporate social responsibility, Environmental and social corporate governance (ESG), Business ecological economics, Environmental justice and corporations Business and Environmental Justice: a Political Economy Perspective 19. Post-extractivism, Climate change, Greenwashing, Environmental justice and fossil fuels, Fossil capitalism Supply-side climate policies and the fight to leave fossil fuels underground: social movements imagining a future beyond fossil capitalism 20. Human needs, Capabilities, Sustainability and wellbeing, Sustainable futures, Environmental limits Sustainability and wellbeing 21. Energy transitions, Socio-environmental conflicts, Forced displacement, Mega-projects, Hydropower and dams Why we should not build more large hydropower dams 22. International trade International trade, environment and inequality Other
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