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Challenging Boundaries: Economics, Ecology and Governance
(updated July 10, 2004 10:00 EST)

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As announced from the very first Call for Papers, the Conference wishes to explore the scientific basis for the modelling, regulation and management of international and interdisciplinary problems such as climate change and biodiversity loss. We shall together examine the many boundaries – between disciplines, between ecosystems and political entities – that structure our approach to such environmental problems, and will assess the impact these boundaries have on both science and governance.

Of course, this dominant theme will be considered in the plenary sessions where our Keynote speakers will address it from various perspectives. It will be also present in a number of sessions, but it was not the intention of the organizing committee to limit presentations to the main theme. Therefore you will find presentations that do not necessarily have the ‘Boundary challenge flavour’ and this is welcomed. While exploring the program you will realise the wealth of the knowledge which will be shared under close to 40 themes which will be covered in 14 parallel rooms during the 3 days of the conference.

In order to help you navigate in the programme, let us remind its typology: The invited Keynote speakers are in the plenary sessions and at special times during the conference. Symposia were suggested by individuals or groups who identified their themes and their teams of presenters. Individual presentations have been organised in themes, in Core sessions if a full paper was submitted, or in Regular sessions, if the selection by the scientific committee was based on an abstract. Do not miss the large selection of posters which will be presented throughout the Conference.

We also want to remind you that only plenary sessions as well as the Opening and Closing ceremonies will be simultaneously translated from English to French. All other sessions, including symposia, will be the language in which they appear in the program (English or French).
Enjoy the conference and make it a memorable one!

DAY 1   Sunday, July 11
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Opening Ceremony
Room 517C

17:00 - 18:30

Chair: John Proops, Past President, International Society for Ecological Economics

Welcome Addresses
Roch Denis, Rector, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), Canada and Frederick H. Lowry, Rector and Vice-Chancellor, Concordia University, Canada

Introduction to the Conference
Conference Co-organizers Jean-Pierre Revéret and Frank Müller

James Kay
David Waltner-Toews, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph, Canada

Presidential Address
Charles Perrings, President, International Society for Ecological Economics

DAY 2    Monday, July 12
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Session 1
08:30 - 10:00

Core Session C.2.1.524A Room 524A
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Centre for Philosophy of Law, Université
Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Nothing in Bioprospecting Makes Sense Except in the Light of Economics
Joseph Henry Vogel, FLACSO, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, Ecuador

Biodiversity and intellectual property law: The stake of a theory of reflexive governance
Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Centre for Philosophy of Law, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

The Economics of Biodiversity Conservation: A Study in a Coffee Growing Region of India
K. N. Ninan, Ecological Economics Unit, ISEC, India
Jyothis Sathyapalan, Ecological Economics Unit, ISEC, India


Regular Session R.2.1.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Bertrand Hamaide, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, Belgium

Biotechnology, Patents and Efficiency: What Impact do Property Rights to DNA have on _the Common Good?
Joshua C. Farley, Community Development and Applied Economics/Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA
Heidi Raatikainen, CDAE, University of Vermont, USA
Lila Spring, CDAE, University of Vermont, USA

Biological reserves, rare species and the opportunity cost of diversity
Bertrand Hamaide, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, Belgium
Malcolm Scott, University of Delaware, USA
Charles Revelle, Johns Hopkins University, USA

The Economics of Hunting: Roman Law vs German Law
Manuel Francisco Pacheco Coelho, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão/ Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal

Natural Resource Management and Environmental Protection through Geoinformatics
Vasala Madhava Rao, National Institute of Rural Development, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, India

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Regular Session R.4.1.518C Room 518C
Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Chair: Tischa A. Munoz-Erickson, Center for Environmental Sciences and Education, Northern Arizona University, USA

Urbanisation, waste generation and pollution abatement strategies in the new millenium in sub-saharan Africa: Lessons from Nigeria
Joseph A. Adelegan, Dept of Civil Engineering, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Vehicular Pollution Control in Delhi, India - Impact of CNG
Vinish Kathuria, Madras School of Economics, India

Remediation of Non-Point Source Pollution Using a Participatory Landscape Modeling Framework
Alexey Voinov, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA
Helena Vladich, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA

Linking ecosystem health indicators and collaborative-based management: A case study on the resilience of a rangeland ecosystem in Northern Arizona
Tischa A. Munoz-Erickson, Center for Environmental Sciences and Education, Northern Arizona University, USA

Regular Session R.6.1.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Ralph Winkler, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary
Institutefor Environmental Economics, Germany

Can a Sustainability Index Mirror a Corporation State of Sustainability Development?
Reinhard Paulesich, Department of Environmental Economics and Management, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria

Valuation of Ecosystem Services. An Integrated Dynamic Approach
Ralph Winkler, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, Germany

Capability, Income, and Sustainable Society
Hazuki Ishida, Faculty of Economics, Fukushima University, Japan

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Regular Session R.7.1.518A Room 518A
Theme 7: Environmental Policy
Chair: Maria Nijnik, Macaulay Institute, Craigiebuckler, United Kingdom

Sustainable Use of Cement and Concrete: A Commitment with Nation’s Development
Everaldo Marciano, Jr, Wabe International - Consulting, Canada

Ecological economics toward reconciling sustainable development with environmental and social dimensions of a country in transition: experience from the Ukraine
Maria Nijnik, Macaulay Institute, Craigiebuckler, United Kingdom
Lidia Hryniv, Ivan Franko National University, Ukraine

Contract Criteria for Sustainable Commodities Transactions: The Case of Coffee
Peter May, Graduate Program in Development, Agriculture and Society-CPDA/UFRRJ, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gilberto Mascarenhas, Graduate Program in Development, Agriculture and Society-CPDA/UFRRJ, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Jason Potta, International Institute for Sustainable Development, Canada

Regular Session R.9.1.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Joachim H. Spangenberg, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Cologne Bureau, Germany

The theory and practice of green purchasing
Adam J. Smargon, : The University of New
Hampshire, USA

A Method to Explore Possibilities for Sustainable Development
Frank J. Dietz, Directorate General for Environmental Protection, Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, Netherlands
Nico Hoogervorst, Directorate General for Environmental Protection, Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, Netherlands

Assessing the efficacy of alternative land use policies through urban growth simulation modeling
Brian Voigt, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, George D. Aiken Center, USA
Austin Troy, University of Vermont, Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, USA

Economics and sustainability - the fallacy of misplaced simplicity
Joachim H. Spangenberg, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Cologne Bureau, Germany

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Core Session C.10.1.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: Catherine Moore, Concordia University, Canada

The Ecological Functions and Economics Benefits of Aguas Emendadas Ecological Station to the Federal District of Brazil
Claudia Mattos Sellier, The Ministry of the Environment, Brazil

Peasant communities' cultural domain and the local use-value of plant resources: The case of Opuntia scrublands in Ayacucho, Peru
Unai Pascual, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Luis Rodrigues, Department of Ecological Sciences, University of Chile, Chile

Land clearance and social capital in mountain agro eco system: the case of Opuntia scrublands in Ayacucho, Peru
Unai Pascual, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Luis Rodrigues, Department of Ecological Sciences, University of Chile, Chile

Regular Session R.11.1.525A Room 525A
Theme 11: Uncertainty and the Precautionary Principle
Chair: Martin Quaas, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental
Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

The use of ecosystem-services under uncertainty an ecological-economic model of a semi-arid rangeland system
Martin Quaas, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Stefan Baumgartner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Karin Frank, Department of Ecological, Modelling, UFZ Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
Birgit Muller, Department of Ecological Modelling, UFZ Centre for Environmental, Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany

Probabilistic beliefs and their prescriptive role in decision-making
Christian Traeger, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Core Session C.13.1.521B Room 521B
Theme 13: Resilience
Chair: Charles Perrings, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Robustness of Social-Ecological Systems to Spatial and Temporal Disturbance Regimes
Marco A. Janssen, Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change, Indiana University, USA
John M. Anderies, Arizona State University, USA
Elinor Ostrom, Indiana University, USA

Conservation in the Optimal Use of Rangelands
Charles Perrings, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom
Brian Walker, Wildlife and Ecology Division, CSIRO, Australia

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Regular Session R.15.1.523B Room 523B
Theme 15: Complexity, Post-Normal Science and Ecosystem Approach
Chair: Katharine N. Farrell, Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen's University of Belfast, Ireland

Applying SMCE for public policy decision making: the case of the Aysén region, Chile
Gonzalo Gamboa, Institut de Cièncias i Tecnologia Ambientals, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Who decides who decides: hydroponics and meadow flowers
Katharine N. Farrell, Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen's University of Belfast, Ireland

Hawaiian knowledge systems and marine conservation: bridging gaps toward sustainable management in the North Western Hawaiian Islands
Bruce A. Wilcox, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
H. R. Razack, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
K. N. Duin, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
K. Maly, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
M. Parkes, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA

Ecosystem services from Brazil's Amazon rainforest: Modeling their contribution to human's regional economy and welfare and the potential role of carbon mitigation projects on their continued provision
Rosimeiry Portela, Estuarine and Environmental Science Program, University of Maryland, USA
Roel Boumans, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA
Robert Costanza, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA


Symposium: S.23.1.521A Room 521A
Theme 23: Diversity in Competitive Systems
Chairs: Stefan Baumgärtner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany and Richard B. Norgaard, Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Diversity, Efficiency, Resilience and Competition in Economic and Ecological Systems - A Research Agenda
Stefan Baumgärtner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Richard B. Norgaard, Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Transformation, cooperation and community structure
Lee Worden, University of California, USA

The Aspects and the Role of Diversity in Socioeconomic Systems
Igor Matutinovic, GfK Center for Market Research, Croatia

Diversity, production and efficiency of national economies
Paul H. Templet, Department of Environmental Studies, Louisiana State University, USA

Symposium: S.24.1.524B Room 524B
Theme 24: Beyond the Environmental Kuznets Curve
Chair: David Stern, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Energy - and CO2 Intensities during the 19th and 20th Centuries: Sweden versus Spain
Astrid Kander, Department of Economic History, Lund University, Sweden
Mar Rubio, Department of Economics and Business, Universitat Pompeu, Spain

Diffusion of Emissions Reducing Innovations
David Stern, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Lining He, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

The Determinants of Environmental Awareness and Behavior
Quentin Duroy, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

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Symposium: S.28.1.518B Room 518B
Theme 28: Complexity, Uncertainty and Managing for Sustainability - A Tribute to the Life and Work of James Kay
Introducing the themes - soft science, hard questions and energy
Chair: David Waltner-Toews, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph, Canada

Using soft science to force hard science to get tough enough deal with what it must
Tim Allen, Botany Dept, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Operating the "Diamond Diagram": An adaptive ecosystem approach to managing the urban environment for human health
Martin J. Bunch, Faculty of Environmental Studies Coordinator, FES Certificate Program in GIS and Remote Sensing, York University, Canada

An Ecosystem Approach to Climate Policy: The Role of Rural Energy
Henry David Venema
The International Institute for Sustainable Development, Canad

Symposium: S.34.1.523A Room 523A
Theme 34: Ecological Economics of Biodiversity in South Asia
Chair: Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Forest Biodiversity and Timber Extraction: An Analysis of The interaction of Market and Non-Market Mechanisms
Kanchan Chopra, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi Enclave, India
Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Evaluating Economic Sustainability of Urban and Peri-Urban Waterbodies a Case Study From Kolkata Ponds Siddhartha, Majumdar Economics Department, City College, Calcutta University, India
Mohit Kumar Ray, Environmental Consultant, Vasundhara Foundation, India

People and Protected Areas: The determinants of forest dependency and value of forest products in a Wildlife Sanctuary in India
C. S. Shylajan, Centre for Development and Environment Policy, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India
G. Mythili, Madras School of Economics, India

Sustainable Management of Chilika Prawn Fisheries
A. K. Choudhury, Berhampur University, Department of Economics, India
N. C Sahu, Berhampur University, Department of Economics, India
Charles Perrings, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

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Plenary 1 Room 517C
10:30 - 12:00

Ecosystem health, ecosystem services, and sustainable human well-being
Robert Costanza, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, School of Natural Resources, USA

Resilience and adaptability when worlds are transforming
Buzz Holling, University of Florida Gainesville, USA

'Lunchtime Presentation':
Lunchtime Presentation Room 524C
12:30 - 14:40
Free showing of the Academy Award-winning animation film "Spirited
Away"
(Hayao Miyazaki)

Session 2
13:30 - 15:00

Regular Session R.2.2.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Irene Ring, UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research
Leipzig-Halle,
Department of Economics, Sociology and Law, Germany

Policy instruments in biodiversity conflict reconciliation
Irene Ring, UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Department of Economics, Sociology and Law, Germany

Biodiversity as Insurance – The Case of Ecosystem Services
Stefan Baumgärtner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Institutional Economics for Sustaining Biodiversity
Franz Gatzweiller, University of Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Dpt. of Biological Resources, Ecology and Resource Management / Dpt. of Economic and Technological Change, Germany

Economics of Invasive Species Reviewed - Approaches, Shortcomings and
Future
Research Needs
Wanda Born, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre
for
Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
Felix Rauschmayer, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ,
Centre
for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany

Relative and Absolute Scarcity of Biodiversity. Assessing the Roles of
Ecology and Economics for Nature Conservation
Christian Becker, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute
for
Environmental Economics, Germany
S. Baumgärtner, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute
for
Environmental Economics, Germany
M. Faber, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute for
Environmental Economics, Germany
R. Manstetten, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute
for
Environmental Economics, Germany


Regular Session R.2.2.521A Room 521A
Theme 2: Biodiversity, biotechnology and biosafety
Chair: Arild Vatn, Department of Economics and Social Sciences,
Agricultural
University of Norway, Norway

An Institutional Perspective on the Valuation of Biodiversity
Arild Vatn, Department of Economics and Social Sciences, Agricultural University of Norway, Norway

Household attitudes and behaviour with respect to recycling organic waste - experiences from focus groups
Karen Refsgaard, Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute (NILF), Norway
Kristin Magnussen, Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute (NILF), Norway

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Core Session C.3.2.524A Room 524A
Theme 3: Climate Change Policies
Chair: Claude Desjarlais, OURANOS, Canada

Institutional Adaptation of Water Resource Infrastructures to Climate Change in Eastern Ontario
Philippe Crabbé, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa, Canada
M. Morin, University of Ottawa, Canada

Fossil Fuel Consumption and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the Ecological Footprint
Ricardo Vieira, Environment and Energy Section, DEM - Departamento de
Engenharia Mecanica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Ana Simões, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia
Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tiago Domingos, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de
Engenharia
Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Symposium: S.4.2.518C Room 518C
Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Social-ecological Systems, Resilience and Emerging Infectious Disease
Chairs: Bruce A. Wilcox, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA and David Rapport, University of Guelph, Canada

Emerging infectious diseases and social-ecological systems
Bruce A. Wilcox, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
Duane J. Gubler, Asia-Pacific Institute for Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases, USA

Infectious disease as a link between human, wildlife and ecosystem health
Peter Daszak, Consortium for Conservation Medicine, USA

Pathologies and paradoxes of management and science
Crawford S. Holling, University of Florida Gainesville, USA

Social and ecosystem change as determinants of health and infectious disease
Margot Parkes, University of Hawaii, Div. Ecology & Health, USA

Dynamics of social-ecological systems
Garry Peterson, McGill University, Canada

Emerging infectious disease as an indicator of ecosystem dysfunction
David J. Rapport, University of Guelph, Canada

Regular Session R.6.2.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Felix Rauschmayer, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany

Using Q Methodology for the Representative Choice of Participants in a Decision Making Process
Felix Rauschmayer, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
B. Davies, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
K. Sherlock, Socio-Economics Research Programme, Macaulay Institute, United Kingdom

Protest Beliefs in Contingent Valuation: Explaining Their Motivation
Jurgen Meyerhoff, Technische Universität Berlin, Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung, Germany
Ulf Liebe, Department of Sociology, Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, Germany

Ecological and economic uses of Bangladesh Sundarbans: User vs managers perception
Shekhar R. Biswas, IUCN Bangladesh Country Office, Bangladesh
M.S.I. Khan, IUCN Bangladesh Country Office, Bangladesh
M.S.I. Iftekhar, PDO-ICZMP, Ministry of Water Resources, Bangladesh

Values of International Agricultural Research for Development
Henrik Egelyng, Ph.D., Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Department for Development Research (DoDR), Denmark

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Regular Session R.7.2.518A Room 518A
Theme 7: Environmental Policy
Chair: Irmi Seidl, WSL - Swiss Federal Research Institute, Switzerland

Voluntary Pollution Control in Mexico
Nicholas Sisto, Department of Economics, ITESM, Mexico
Allen Blackman, Resources for the Future, USA

Infrastructure and urban environmental policy
Martin Quaas, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Development rights and land use planning: Relationship and potential to limit harmful land use
Irmi Seidl, WSL - Swiss Federal Research Institute, Switzerland

Regular Session R.9.2.521C Room 521C
Theme: 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Daniel Coq Huelva, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, Spain

Estimation of the contaminating effect of the agrarian activities in Andalusia
Daniel Coq Huelva, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, Spain

Ecosystem management with structural dynamics
Rui Mota, Environment and Energy Section, DEM, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tiago Domingos, Environment and Energy Section, DEM, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Poverty and the Environment: Exploring the Relationship between Household Incomes, Private Assets, and Natural Assets
Shreekant Gupta, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, India
Urvashi Narain, Resources for the Future, USA
Klaas van 't Veld, Department of Economics, University of Michigan, USA

Core Session C.10.2.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: Amitava Mitra, Department of Economics, Arunachal University, India

Sustainable Management of Mountain Biodiversity in the Eastern Himalayas
Amitava Mitra, Department of Economics, Arunachal University, India

Removing the Lower Snake River Dams: Are Recreation Benefits Compatible with the Ecology?
Pamela Kaval, Department of Economics, Waikato Management School, The University of Waikato, New Zealand
John Loomis, Department of Resource Economics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA

Restoring Native Colorado Vegetation Through Fire: Does the Public Support This?
Pamela Kaval, Department of Economics, Waikato Management School, The University of Waikato, New Zealand
John Loomis, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, USA
Andrew Seidl, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, USA

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Regular Session R.11.2.525A Room 525A
Theme 11: Uncertainty and the Precautionary Principle
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Regular Session R.13.2.521B Room 521B Theme 13: Resilience
Chair: Jacques Weber, Institut Français de la Biodiversité, France

An integrated watershed approach to the modelling and management of the eutrophication of fishing grounds: the case of Lake Victoria, East Africa
Silvio Simonit, Center for Environment and Development Economics (CEDE), Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom
Charles Perrings, Center for Environment and Development Economics (CEDE), Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Irrigation Linked Social-Ecological System (SES) -- A Model of Resilience
Nirmal Sengupta, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), India

Adaptive Cycles and the Problem of Sustaining Human Civilisation
Anthony O. Cole, New Zealand Centre for Ecological Economics, Landcare Research, New Zealand

Irrversibility and biodiversity: an approach in terms of capabilities
Jacques Weber, Institut Français de la Biodiversité, France
Harold Levrel, Musée national d’Histoire naturelle, France
Meriem Bouamrane, UNESCO, France
Geneviève Michon, Institut de recherche pour le développement, France

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Regular Session R.15.2.523B Room 523B
Theme 15: Complexity, Post-Normal Science and Ecosystem Approach
Chair: Peter Kaufmann, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Promotion of Traditional Food Crops to Strengthen Food Security and Biodiversity
Carmen Jaquez, University of Vermont, USA

The economic consequences of producer responses to accidental pollution: a fishery example
Olivier Thébaud, Marine Economics Service, IFREMER, France

Integrated Rural Development in the European Union
Peter Kaufmann, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Sigrid Stagl, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Regular Session R.18.2.524B Room 524B
Theme 18: Participatory Approach
Chair: Clóvis Cavalcanti, Institute for Social Research, Joaquim Nabuco Foundation, Brazil

Participatory Approaches in the Design of Environmental Policy Instruments - The Montemor-o-Novo Experience
Rui Ferreira dos Santos, Ecoman Centre, DCEA FCT-UNL, Portugal
Paula Antunes, Portugal
Pedro Mateus, Portugal
Gualter Baptista, Portugal
Luísa Madruga, Portugal

Environmental Pressure Group Strength and Air Pollution: An Empirical Analysis
Eric Neumayer, London School of Economics (LSE), Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom
Seth Binder, London School of Economics (LSE), Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom

Losing Local Power: The Development of Open Trade in a Rural United States Ecological-Economy 1800-1900
Eric J. Greenfield, SUNY-ESF Faculty of Forest and Natural Resources Management, USA
Valerie A. Luzadis, SUNY-ESF Faculty of Forest and Natural Resources Management, USA

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Symposium S.28.2.518B Room 518B
Theme 28: Complexity, Uncertainty and Managing for Sustainability - A Tribute to the Life and Work of James Kay
Extending the Themes I - A Sense of Place
Chair: David Waltner-Toews, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph, Canada

Scale, Information, and Power in Ages of Globalization
Joseph A. Tainter, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USA

Adaptive Management and Policy Decisions in a Changing Arctic Environment
Michelle Boyle, University of British Columbia, Canada
Hadi Dowlatabadi, University of British Columbia, Canada

Bridging the eco-social divide - a resilience approach to climate change adaptation in a rural watershed on the Canadian prairies
R. Cynthia Neudoerffer, Rural Studies, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph, Canada
David Waltner-Toews, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph, Canada

Ecological integrity discourses and their manifestations in the Maya Biosphere Reserve (Guatemala)
David Manuel-Navarrete, University of Waterloo, Canada
James J. Kay, University of Waterloo, Canada
Dan Dolderman, University of Toronto, Canada

Symposium S.34.2.523A Room 523B
Theme 34: Ecological Economics of Biodiversity in South Asia
Chair: Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Kodagu a Diverse Environment in Danger
C. G. Kushalappa, University of Agricultural Sciences, India

Changing Interface Between Agriculture and Livestock: A Study of Livelihood Options Under Dry land Farming Systems in Gujarat
Amita Shah, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad, India

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Session 3
15:30 – 17:30

Regular Session R.2.3.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Markus Lehmann, Convention on Biological Diversity, Canada

Landscape Biotechnology - are we ready for this?
Ben Gilna, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, Australia

Biodiversity Prospecting in Tropical India: Estimating an Optimal Compensation for Indigenous Knowledge Holders
Unai Pascual, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Vijesh Vishra, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Amjath Babu, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

The opportunity costs of reversing wetland destruction in Germany
Friderike Hofmeister, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Designing cost-effective agri-environmental schemes for the conservation of endangered species
Karin Johst, Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Ecological Modelling, Germany
Martin Drechsler, UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Ecological Modelling, Germany
Frank Wätzold, UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Economics, Sociology and Law, Germany
Joseph Settele, Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Community Ecology, Germany
Holger Bergmann, University of Göttingen, Institute for Agro-economics, Germany

Towards sustainable land use: Public decisions on plant diversity in agricultural landscapes of central Germany
Anke Fischer, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany

Regular Session R.3.3.524A Room 524A
Theme: Climate Change Policies
Chair: Ines Omann, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria

Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Mitigation - A Case Study of India's Household Sector
B. Sudhakara Reddy, Energy and Environment Group, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, India

A social perspective on sustainable transport policy. A case study for car road pricing in Austria
Ines Omann, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria
Sebastian Seebauer, x-sample, Austria

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Symposium S.4.3.518C Room 518C

Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Ecosystem Approaches to Human Health
Chair: Andrés Sánchez, Ecosystem Approaches to Human Health Program Initiative, International Research Development Centre, Canada

Assessing the impact on health in mining regions: ecosystem and mainstream 'economic' approaches
Vikram Dayal, TERI, India
Divya Datt, TERI, India
Anand Murugesan, TERI, India
Ligia Noronha, TERI, India

Tradeoff Relationships Between Income, Human Health and the Environment
David Yanggen, International Potato Center, Peru
Charles Crissman, International Potato Center, Kenya
John Antle, Montana State University, USA
Donald Cole, University of Toronto, Canada
Victor Barrera, Instituto Nacional Autónomo de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Ecuador
Patricio Espinosa, International Potato Center, Ecuador
Jetse Stoorvogel, Wageningen University, Holland
Steve Sherwood, World Neighbors, Ecuador

Bio-economic Modeling of Watershed Resources in The Ethiopian Highlands
B. N. Okumu, Cornell University, USA
N. Russell, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
M. A. Jabbar, International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia
D. Colman, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
A . Mohamed Saleem, Formally at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Ethiopia
J. Pender, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), USA

Symposium: S.6.3.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Humanity's Fatal Success: Ecological Economics, Legal/Institutional and Population Health Perspectives
Chair: Frank Müller, Department of Economics, Concordia University, Canada

Humanity's Fatal Success: An Ecological Economics Perspective
William E. Rees, University of British Columbia, School of Community and Regional Planning, Canada

Ecoviolence and the Law
Laura Westra, York University, Canada

Attempting To Measure Connections Between Ecological Disintegrity On The One Hand, And Human Health And Well-Being On The Other
Colin L. Soskolne, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada

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Regular Session R.7.3.518A Room 518A
Theme 7: Environmental Policy
Chair: Chris Sneddon, Department of Geography/Environmental Studies Program, Dartmouth College, USA

Making Sustainable Development Operable: The Case of the European Community Law
Herwig Unnerstall, Department of Economics, Sociology and Law, UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research, Germany

Multilateral Environmental Agreements, the WTO, and Regulatory Chilling
Urs P. Thomas, Dept. of Public International Law INPUB, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Makane Moïse Mbengue, Dept. of Public International Law INPUB, University of Geneva, Switzerland

GMOs in food, the basis of regulation and the EU-US trade dispute
Dan Rigby, School of Economics, Manchester University, United Kingdom
Mike Burton, UWA, Australia
Trevor Young, Manchester University, United Kingom

Sustainable Development in a Post-Brundtland World
Chris Sneddon, Department of Geography/Environmental Studies Program, Dartmouth College, USA
Richard Norgaard, University of California-Berkeley, USA
Richard Howarth, Department of Geography/Environmental Studies Program, Dartmouth College, USA

Core Session C.8.3.523B Room 523B
Theme 8: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chair: Michel Bouchard, École Polytechnique, Canada

Economic and Quantitive Evaluation of Soil Loss and Water Runoff in the Forest Harvest of Acacia mearnsii De Wild. in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Valny Giacomelli Sobrinho, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil
Paulo Renato Schneider, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil
César Augusto Guimarães Finger, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil
Lauro Leal da Silva, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil

Mexico's Maquiladora Expansion During the 1990's: An Environmental Assessment
Pablo Hernandez, Indiana University South Bend, USA

The ecological footprint: instrument of analysis of the metabolism of urban socio-ecosystems
Manuel-Osorio Viana, Federal University of Ceara (PRODEMA.UFC), Brazil
Ana Maria Feitosa-Leite, Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA), Brazil

Environmental problems and population externalities
Martin Quaas, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Frank Jost, Alfred Weber-Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany

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Regular Session R.9.3.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Maria del Carmen Vera Diaz, Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia, Brazil and Boston University, USA

Pollution Control in the Presence of Informal Sector
Kausik Gupta, Department of Economics, The University of Burdwan, India

Did transition bring about ecological sustainability in Romanian agriculture?
Borbala Balint, Center for Development Research, ZEFB, Germany

Making use of one's resources? Latin America's and Southeast Asia's place in the world economy
Nina Eisenmenger, IFF - Social Ecology, Austria
Heinz Schandl, IFF - Social Ecology, Austria

Agribusiness Expansion into the Brazilian Amazon
Maria del Carmen Vera Diaz, Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia, Brazil and Boston University, USA
Robert Kaufmann, Boston University, USA
Daniel C. Nepstad, Woods Hole Research Center, USA


Regular Session R.10.3.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: Jean-Marc Douguet, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

Conserving Snow Leopards and Ensuring Local Livelihoods: Managing the Emerging Conflicts Usman A. Iftikhar, IUCN - The World Conservation Union, Pakistan
Shafqat Hussain, School of Forestry, Yale University, USA

Transboundry Landscape Ecology in the Eastern Himalayan Corridor of Nepal
Punya P. Regmi, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), Head, Department of Agricultural Economics, Nepal
Eklabya Sharma, International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Nepal

Viviane: A Multi-media Learning Tool for Citizens Awareness of Agriculture Management and Risks
Jean-Marc Douguet, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France
Philippe Lanceleur, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France
Suncana Kuljis, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

Willingness to pay for Margalla Hills National Park: Evidence from Travel Cost Method
Himayatullah Khan, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, Pakistan

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Core Session C.11.3.525A Room 525A
Theme 11: Uncertainty and the Precautionary Principle
Chair: Laurent Gilotte, CERMICS (Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées) and CIRED (CNRS), France

Reducing dependence on Chemical fertilizers and its Financial Implications for Farmers in India
Nilabja Ghosh, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Christian Ethics and the Principles of Ecological Economics
Pedro Hernandez, Sociology, ICSyH - Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico

Precautionary effect and variations of the value of information
Laurent Gilotte, CERMICS (Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées) and CIRED (CNRS), France
Michel de Lara, CERMICS, ENPC, France

Symposium S.18.3.524B Room 524B
Theme 18: Participatory Approach
Public Participation, Environmental Valuation and Assessment
Chair: Patricia Ellie Perkins, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Canada

Public and Stakeholder Participation in Integrated River Basin Governance
Nuno Videira, Ecoman Centre, Portugal
Paula Antunes, Ecoman Centre, Portugal
Gonçalo Lobo, Ecoman Centre, Portugal
Rui Santos, Ecoman Centre, Portugal

Trade-off Analysis in Carbon Forestry Policy and Projects: A case study from Mexico
Esteve Corbera, School of Development Studies and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, United Kingdom
Katrina Brown, School of Environmental Sciences and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, United Kingdom
Neil Adger, School of Environmental Sciences and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research/Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, United Kingdom

Public Participation and Ecological valuation
Patricia Ellis Perkins, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Canada

The Effects of Participatory Education on Economic and Ethical Values: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria
K. C. Urama, The Macaulay Institute, United Kingdom

Decreeing the Land as protected: The Outside-inside Perspective of Community-based Biodiversity Conservation in the Yucatan Peninsula
Eduardo García-Frapolli, Departament d'Economia i d'Història Econòmica, and Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals, Spain

Symposium S.20.3.523A Room 523A
Theme 20: Atelier MOGED-ECO
Chair: Jean-Pierre Revéret, Institut des Sciences de l'environnement, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

Madagascar et le Transfert de Gestion des Ressources Naturelles Renouvelables: Où en sommes nous réellement ?
Randrianalijaona Tiana Mahefasoa, Centre d'Economie et d'Ethique pour le Développement, Madagascar

Communautés locales et développement de l'écotourisme dans un environnement menacé: Des cas dans le sud ouest de Madagascar
Andrianambinina Djohary, Centre d'Economie et d'Ethique pour l'Environnement et le Développement Madagascar (C3EDM), Université d'Antananarivo, Madagascar

Les enjeux de la valorisation économique de la biodiversité: le cas de la forêt des Mikea à Madagascar
Philippe Meral, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Madagascar et Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

GELOSE - Gestion locale des ressources naturelles à Madagascar à des fins d'une meilleure conservation, ainsi que d'une distribution de bénéfices mieux équilibrée ?
Thorkil Casse, Université de Roskilde, Denmark
Uffe Nielsen, Université Agricole à Copenhague, Danemark
Socrate Ranaivoson, Centre National de Recherche sur l'environnement, Madagascar

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Symposium S.21.3.521A Room 521A
Theme 21: Biodiversity Conservation: Access and Benefit Sharing
Chair: Philippe LePrestre, Observatoire de l’écopolitique internationale, Canada

Learning to Implement the Access-and-Benefit Sharing Provisions of the CBD
Bernd Siebenhuener, GELENA Research Group, School of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics and Law, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany
Jessica Suplie, GELENA Research Group, School of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics and Law, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany

Fair and equitable benefit sharing: the importance and design of effective measures in user countries
Carmen Richerzhagen, University of Bonn, Germany

Bioprospection: From the Economics of Contracts to Reflexive Governance
Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Centre for Philosophy of Law, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

A New Institutional Perspective on the Implementation of the Convention on Biodiversity
Eric Brousseau, Université de Paris X and Institut Universitaire de France, France

Symposium / Round Table S.27.3.521B Room 521B
Theme 27: Governance, Global Economic Integration and Immigration
The governance challenge of global economic integration and immigration: Do environmental concerns have a role to play?
Chairs: Roldan Muradian, Development Research Institute (IVO), Netherlands and Inge Røpke, Dept of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University, Denmark

Forum on the governance challenge of global economic integration and immigration. Do environmental concerns have a role to play?
Juan Martinez-Alier, Universtitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Mathis Wackernagel, Global Footprint Network, USA
Eric Neumayer, Lodon School of Economics, United Kingdom
Aparna Sawhney, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India
Stefan Giljum, SERI, Austria.
Nina Eisenmenger, IFF, Austria
Igor Matutinovic, Center for Market Research, Croatia
Amita Shah, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, India

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Symposium S.28.3.518B Room 518B
Theme 28: Complexity, Uncertainty and Managing for Sustainability - A Tribute to the Life and Work of James Kay
Extending the themes II
Chair: David Waltner-Toews, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph, Canada

Disciplines, Systems and Ecosystems: Integrating Information into Understanding
Scott Slocombe, Geography & Environmental Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

Post Normal Philosophy: The Disconnectedness of all Things
David J. Connell, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Emergent Ecologies: (Re)Considering Parks in the Contemporary Urban Landscape
Nina-Marie E. Lister, School of Urban & Regional Planning, Ryerson University, Canada

Organizational Knowledge Integrity: Fusing knowledge management and complex and critical_systems thinking to evaluate knowledge management initiatives
Dan McCarthy, Resource Knowledge Group, Canada
Sarah Michaels, Resource Knowledge Group, Canada

Challenging boundaries by 'walking the talk': systems-based reflections on moving toward sustainability
Beth Dempster, Civics Research Group, Canada

Special Session 9
18:00 - 19:00

Symposium / Round Table S.31.9.521A Room 521A
Theme 31: Ideology, Democracy and Governance for Sustainable Development
Chair: Peter Söderbaum, Mälardalen University, School of Business, Sweden

Issues of Paradigm and Ideology in ex ante and ex post evaluation
Peter Söderbaum, Mälardalen University, School of Business, Sweden

Participation and Watershed Management. Experiences from Brazil
Patricia Ellie Perkins, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Canada

Imitation of democracy and institutional failures: Russian experience
Irina Glazyrina, Institute of Natural Resources, Ecology and Kriology of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

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Symposium S.35.9.524A Room 524A
Theme 35: The Ecological and Consumption Themes of the Films of Hayao Miyazaki
Chair: Barry D. Solomon, President-Elect, U.S. Society for Ecological Economics, Michigan Technological University, Department of Social Sciences, USA

The Ecological and Consumption Themes of the Films of Hayao Miyazaki
Barry D. Solomon, President-Elect, U.S. Society for Ecological Economics, Michigan Technological University, Department of Social Sciences, USA
Kozo Mayumi, University of Tokushima, Japan
Jason Chang, University of Massachusetts, USA

Symposium S.38.9.518B Room 518B
Theme 35: Natural Capital (NRTEE)
Natural Capital: New Measures to Monitor the Economy's Ecological Foundations
Chair: Harvey L. Mead, Chair, National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE), Canada

Natural Capital: New Measures to Monitor the Economy's Ecological Foundations
Carolyn Cahill, NTREE, Canada
Robert Smith, Statistics Canada, Canada
Nathalie Chalifour, University of Ottawa, Canada
Harvey L. Mead, Chair, National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE), Canada

Special Session S.39.9.518C Room 518C
Theme 39: Commission for Environmental Cooperation in North America
Maize and Biodiversity in a Center of Origin
Chair: Chantal Line Carpentier, Commission for Environmental Cooperation in North America, Canada

The Process followed under the Article 13 of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation
Chantal Line Carpentier, Environment, Economy, and Trade Program, North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Canada
Hans Herrmann, Conservation of Biodiversity Program, Canada

Maize & Biodiversity: The Effects of Transgenic Maize in Mexico
Chantal Line Carpentier, Environment, Economy, and Trade Program, North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Canada
Hans Herrmann, Conservation of Biodiversity Program, Canada

DAY 3    Tuesday, July 13
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Session 4
08:30 - 10:00

Regular Session R.2.4.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Elysabeth Barclay, APEX Center for Applied Ecological Economics, USA

Ecologically and economically efficient provision of agri-environmental goods - A dual approach to assessing public demand
Anke Fischer, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany
Sonja K. Hespelt, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany
Rainer Marggraf, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany

The forest utility model: Managing for ecological services
Elysabeth Barclay, APEX Center for Applied Ecological Economics, USA

Debated universe and environment convention. A conventionalist contribution to the economics of biodiversity
Valérie Boisvert, Centre IRD d’Orléans, Technoparc, France
Franck-Dominique Vivien, Université de Reims - Champagne Ardennes, France

Regular Session R.3.4.524A Room 524A
Theme 3: Climate Change Policies
Chair: Barry D. Solomon, Michigan Technological University, Department of Social Sciences, USA

Climate Protection Through Hydrogen Energy: An International Survey of Research, Development and Policy
Barry D. Solomon, Michigan Technological University, Department of Social Sciences, USA

Towards Socially and Environmentally Friendly Carbon: Learning from Pilot Projects in Brazil and Bolivia
Peter May, CPDA/UFRRJ, Brazil, Emily Boyd
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Manyu Chang, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil
Fernando César Neto Veiga, The Nature Conservancy, Brazil

Adaptation vs. Mitigation: the wrong dichotomy
Miquel Munoz, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies (CEES), Boston University, USA

Core Session C.4.4.518C Room 518C
Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Chair: Michel Bouchard, École Polytechnique, Canada

Unequal Exchange in Terms of Ecological Footprints: The Case of Finland Today
Jan Otto Andersson, Department of Economics and Statistics, Abo Akademi University, Finland

Designing a fair indicator of environmental pressure
João Filipe Dias Rodrigues, SAE - DEM, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
François Schneider, INETI-CENDES, Potugal
Stefan Giljum, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria
Tiago Domingos, SAE - DEM, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Fritz Hinterberger, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria


Regular Session R.5.4.518B Room 518B
Theme 5: Epistemological Foundations of Ecological Economics
Chair: Robert Costanza, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, School of Natural Resources, USA

Constructing Processes: Language and Time in Ecological Economics
Fred Luks, HWP, Hamburg University of Economics and Politics, Germany
Conrad Heilmann, HWP, Hamburg University of Economics and Politics, Germany

What is choice? Why do we have to choose?
Colin Green, Flood Hazard Research Centre, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

How Emergence Provides a Framework for Ecological Economics
Ronald L. Trosper, Native American Forestry Program, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University, USA

Influential Publications in Ecological Economics:A Citation Analysis
Robert Costanza, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, School of Natural Resources, USA
Brendan Fisher, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, School of Natural Resources, USA
Lining He, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Chunbo Ma, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
David I. Stern, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

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Core Session C.6.4.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Catherine Moore, Concordia University, Canada

Safeguarding Biodiversity - common obligations
Manfred Ade, Systemic Consulting & Education, Germany
Mariam Akhtar-Schuster, Botanical Institute and Botanical Garden, University of Hamburg, Germany
Ute Schmiedel, Botanical Institute and Botanical Garden, University of Hamburg, Germany

Value preferences - the role of economics and information in sustainability of environmental management (Example from the Czech Republic)
Eva Cudlinova, Institute of Landscape Ecology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
Miloslav Lapka, Institute of Landscape Ecology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Economics of Man-Animal conflict: A Cost-Benefit Approach
Indrila Guha, Vidyasagar College for Women Kolkata, India

Regular Session R.7.4.518A Room 518A
Theme 7: Environmental Policy
Chair: Michel Damian, Université SENGHOR, Egypt

Transaction Costs and Collective Action: Evidence from Community-Based Natural Resource Management in Nepal
Bhim Adhikari, Himalayan Institute of Development, Kathmandu, Nepal and University of York, United Kingdom

Modification of state and private regulation through forest certification
Julie Maurais, Économie et Humanisme, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada

Scoping Potential for Incentive Based Policy Approaches to Complex
Jeff Connor, CSIRO Land and Water, Policy and Economics Research Unit, Australia

Multicriteria decision-making in watershed-level environmental management
Caroline Hermans, Rubenstein School of Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA

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Regular Session R.8.4.523B Room 523B
Theme 8: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chair: Maria Cristina DM Carambas, Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung (ZEF), Germany

Use of Irrigation Water in Least Developed Countries: Issues and Options
Bishwa Nath Tiwari, Central Department of Economics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Expanding Population, Water Scarcity and Conflicts in Rural India
Shyam Sunder Pd. Sharma
National Institute of Rural Development, India
Chaiti Sharma Biswas, Economic Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, India

Analysis of Industrial and Environmental Policies in China, 1987-2001
Shunsuke Managi, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Graduate School of Bio-Applications and Systems Engineering, Japan
Shinji Kaneko, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan

The Use of Natural Gas for Power Generation in the State of Pernambuco - Brazil: An Environmental Economic Analysis
Jacques Ribemboim, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil

Economic and Ecological Impacts of Eco-labeling in the Agriculture Sector of Asian Developing Countries: Thailand and the Philippines
Maria Cristina DM Carambas, Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung (ZEF), Germany
Ulrike Grote, Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung (ZEF), Germany

Regular Session R.9.4.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Brendan Fisher, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA

Using the Fisherian concept of income to guide a nation’s macro-investment policy
Philip Lawn, School of Business Economics, Flinders University, Australia

Breaking the Back of Cumulative Causation: Policies in light of the failures of growth theory
Brendan Fisher, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA
Jon D. Erickson, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA

Consolidating the price mechanism, distribution and environmental equilibrium and ecological economics’ coming theoretical coup d’état
Alfredo L. de Romaña, Canada

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Regular Session R.10.4.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: James F. Booker, Department of Economics, Siena College, USA

An application of multi-criteria decision analysis to a complex political decision-making process in the Northern Forest, USA
Jon D. Erickson, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA
Graham Cox, Audubon New York, USA

Policies towards a globally efficient allocation of ecosystem goods and services
Joshua Farley, Community Development and Applied Economics/Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA
Katy Van Dis, CDAE, University of Vermont Burlington, USA

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis and a Border Region: A Critical A nalysis
James F. Booker, Department of Economics, Siena College, USA

Multi-Level Governance in Biodiversity Conservation: The Significance of the Principle of Fiscal Equivalence
Irene Ring, UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Department of Economics, Sociology and Law, Germany

Coral Reefs in Vietnam: Economic Value, Resource Dependence and Coastal Poverty
Pham Khanh Nam, Environmental Economics Unit, Department of Economics, University of Economics - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tran Vo Hung Son, Environmental Economics Unit, Department of Economics, University of Economics - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Herman Cesar, Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Netherlands

Regular Session R.17.4.525A Room 525A
Theme 17: Financing Sustainability
Chair: Karel Mayrand, Unisféra International Centre, Canada

Ecosystem Services and Ecotourism on the Caribbean Island of Dominica
Chris Miller, Saint Leo University, USA
Roelof Boumans, University of Vermont, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA

Financing Sustainable Development: Scarcity of Resources or Wrong Approach?
Santiago Lorenzo Alonso, Ministry of Finance, Mexico

Innovative Financing Modalities, Foreign Transfers and Global Public Goods: The Case Study of Senegal
Dirgha N. Tiwari, Senior Environmental and Resource Economist, Nepal

Developing A System of Payments for Environmental Services in the Philippine Forest
Pieter van Beukering, Insititute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit (VU), Netherlands
Eugene Bennagen, REECs, Philippines
Anabeth Indab, REECs, Philippines

Payments for Environmental Services: Their Potential and Limitations as Market-Based Instruments
Karel Mayrand, Unisféra International Centre, Canada

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Symposium S.20.4.523A Room 523A
Theme 20: Atelier MOGED-ECO
Chair: Sory Diabate, Institut de l’énergie et de l’environnement de la Francophonie, Canada

L'épidémiosurveillance de la faune sauvage comme un nouvel outil de gestion dans les aires protégées pour l'éradication des maladies: Cas de la capture et prélèvement du sang chez les buffles au Parc National de la Garamba pour les analyses sérologiques en vue de dépister la Peste Bovine, Pierre Boyzibu Ekhassa, ICCN / RDC, Congo (RDC)

Valorisation économique et incitations à l’action collective dans la gestion de l’environnement
Fano Andriamahefazafy, C3EDM, Université d’Antananarivo, Madagascar

L'évaluation et la gestion de l'environnement au travers des démarches multicritères
Géraldine Froger, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France
J. P. Réveret, IEPF, France/Canada

Symposium S.22.4.521A Room 521A
Theme 22: Consumption and the Environment
Measuring Environmental Impacts
Chair: Inge Røpke, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Towards Sustainable Consumption: measuring the environmental impact of household consumption and the potential to decrease its impact by changes on several societal levels.
Henri C. Moll, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies IVEM, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Klaas Jan Noorman, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies IVEM, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Material Implications of Household Consumption - with reference to UK expenditure patterns 1968 - 2000
Tim Jackson, Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Eleni Papathanasopoulou, Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Measuring the Environmental Impacts during the life cycle of food products - when is locally produced a better alternative?
Annika Carlsson-Kanyama, Lund University, Department of Environmental Strategies Research, FOI, Sweden


Symposium S.29.4.521B Room 521B
Theme 29: Joint Production: Thermodynamics, Economics and Ethics
Chairs: Stefan Baumgärtner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany and Malte Faber, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

The price of sustainability: A thermodynamic evaluation
J. de Swaan Arons, Tsinghua University, China
S. Lems, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
H .J. van der Kooi, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Ambivalence of joint products - Secondary resources, limits to substitution and costly disposal
Stefan Baumgärtner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Malte Faber, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Joint production and the evolution of ecological-economic systems over time
Johannes Schiller, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Department for Economics, Sociology and Law, Germany

Structural change with joint production of consumption and environmental pollution: a neo-Austrian approach
Ralph Winkler, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Responsibility and Joint Production
Malte Faber, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

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Symposium S.37.4.524B Room 524B
Theme 37: SEEA'03
The Evolution of SEEA'93 to the SEEA'03
Chair: Anthony Friend, University of British Columbia, Canada

Accounting for Sustainability: integrating environmental and economic statistics
Peter Bartelmus, Columbia University, USA
Alessandra Alfieri, United Nations Statistical Division, USA
Robert Smith, Statistics Canada, Canada

The SEEA'03: Unpacking the Genuine Saving Index and the Hicksian Permanent Income Hypothesis
Salah El Serafy, Former Economist at the World Bank, USA
Kirk Hamilton, World Bank, USA
Glenn-Marie Lange, Columbia University, USA

Plenary 2 Room 517
10:30 - 12:00C

Nature and the misuse of economics
Sir Partha Dasgupta, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Social Selection: Cooperative Game Theory and the Emergence of Family Structure, Gender and Sexuality
Joan Roughgarden, Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, USA

Lunch with Keynote Room 517B
12:30 - 13:30

Title TBD
Vandana Shiva, Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Natural Resource Policy, India

Session 5
13:30 - 15:00

Regular Session R.1.5.525A Room 525A
Theme 1: Behavioural Economics and Game Theory
Chair: Thomas White, Department of Economics, Assumption College, USA

The contribution of non-cooperative game theory to the understanding of local forest commons governance
Vanessa Perez-Cirera, Departments of Environment and Politics, University of York, United Kingdom

Contingent Decision-Making and River Restoration: Game Theory Applied to the Sacramento River Corridor.
Mark Buckley, Environmental Studies, University of California, USA

Market Structure, Environmental Amenities and Benefit Estimates: An Application of Hedonic Method to the French Rural Tourism Market
Mbolatiana Rambonilaza, CEMAGREF, Groupement de Bordeaux, France
Amédée Mollard, UMR GAEL, INRA - Université Pierre Mendés, France
Dominique Vollet, CEMAGREF, Groupement de Clermont-Ferrand, France

Analyzing the Effectiveness and Learning Processes in International Organizations - The Case of the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity
Bernd Siebenhuener, GELENA Research Group, School of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics and Law, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany

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Regular Session R.2.5.517C Room 517C

Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Graziano Ceddia, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Agro-biotechnology, seed industry structure and intra-crop diversity: the case of canola in Canada
Graziano Ceddia, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Metapopulation modeling of agricultural biodiversity: a farmer seed system
Eric Van Dusen, Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, USA

Assessment of release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
Valborg Kvakkestad, Department of Economics and Resource Management, Agricultural University of Norway, Norway

Regular Session R.3.5.524A Room 524A
Theme 3: Climate Change Policies
Chair: Werner Hediger, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

Costs and Policy Implications of Greenhouse Gas Abatement in Swiss Agriculture
Werner Hediger, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Simon Peter, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Gregor Albisser, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Michael Hartmann, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Bernard Lehmann, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

The Economics of Environmental Taxes under Endogenous Preferences
Richard B. Howarth, Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College, USA

Greenhouse Gas Emissions: How to Assign the Responsibility?
Simone Bastianoni, Department of Chemical and Biosystems Sciences,
University of Siena, Italy
Nadia Marchettini, Department of Chemical and Biosystems Sciences,
University of Siena, Italy
Federico Maria Pulselli, Department of Chemical and Biosystems
Sciences,
University of Siena, Italy
Enzo Tiezzi, Department of Chemical and Biosystems Sciences, University
of
Siena, Italy

Regular Session R.4.5.518C Room 518C
Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Chair: Shuang Liu, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: A multi-scale empirical study of the contribution of species richness to net primary production
Shuang Liu, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA
Robert Costanza, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA
Brendan Fisher, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA
Treg Christopher, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA

Interdisciplinary Indicators, Ecosystem Health and Participatory Management: Further Evolution and Case Study Comparisons Using The HEHI in Managed Ecosystems
Bernardo Aguilar-González, Cultural and Regional Studies, Ecological Economics and Environmental Law, Prescott College, USA
Tischa Muñoz-Erickson, Environmental Sciences and Policy Program, Northern Arizona University, USA
Jeff Bayha, Master of Arts Program, Prescott College, USA

Economic aspects of ecological networks towards improved ecosystem functions
Daniel Tyteca, Centre Entreprise - Environnement, IAG - School of Management, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Aurore Di Giusto, Centre Entreprise - Environnement, IAG - School of Management, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

The Role of Human, Social, Built, and Natural Capital in Life Satisfaction at the Country Level
Amanda W. Vemuri, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA
Robert Costanza, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA

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Regular Session R.5.5.518B Room 518B
Theme 5: Epistemological Foundations of Ecological Economics
Chair: Christian Mullon, IRD-UR GEODES, France

Exchanging metaphors between economics and ecology: the role of destruction in creative processes
Christian Mullon, IRD-UR GEODES, France
Jacques Weber, Institut Français de la Biodiversité, France

A Unified Formalism for Neoclassical Microeconomics and Macroscopic Thermodynamics
Tiago Domingos, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tânia Sousa, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Problem-Based Learning in Ecological Economics
Jon D. Erickson, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA
Joshua Farley, Community Development and Applied Economics Department, University of Vermont, USA

Theorising and Practice of Valuation in Ecological Economics: Is There and Should There Be a Common Ground?
Murray Patterson, New Zealand Centre for Ecological Economics, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, New Zealand

Core Session C.6.5.521B Room 521B
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Catherine Moore, Concordia University, Canada

The catchment care principle: A practical approach to achieving equity, ecosystem integrity and sustainable resource use
Steve Hatfield Dodds, Social and Economic Integration, CSIRO Emerging Science, Australia

Solution to the Conflict Among Development, Conservation and Equity in the Evaluation of Wetland Conversion Project
Jeong Hwan Bae, Agricultural, Environment, and Regional Economics, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Intertemporal Efficiency and Equity under Hyperbolic Preferences. Ex Ante versus Ex Post Procrastination.
Ralph Winkler, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, Germany

Regular Session R.6.5.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Wendy Proctor, CSIRO Land and Water, Policy and Economic Research Unit, Australia

Equity Considerations and Markets for Ecosystem Services
Wendy Proctor, CSIRO Land and Water, Policy and Economic Research Unit, Australia
Thomas Köllner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Natural and Social Science Interface (ETH-UNS), Switzerland

The Sustainable Coffee Question: Comparing the Impacts of Certification versus Free Market Development Strategies on Tanzanian Smallholder Coffee Production
Bradley Parrish, Forest & Natural Resources Policy Group, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, USA
Valerie A. Luzadis, Forest & Natural Resources Policy Group, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, USA
William R. Bentley, Forest & Natural Resources Policy Group, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, USA

Gender Differences in Willingness to Accept and Willingness to Pay for Environmental Goods
Jose J. Vazquez, Economics Department, The College of Wooster, USA
Edelyn Verona, Kent State University, USA
Matthew Jones, The College of Wooster, USA

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Core Session C.7.5.518A Room 518A
Theme 7: Environmental Policy
Chair: Beat Burgenmeier, Centre for Human Ecology and Environmental Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland

A new environmental governance for a sustainable development: towards a democratization of decisions at local levels?
Sonia El Heit, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France
Raoudha Makkaoui, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

Why are economic instruments so reluctantly applied ?
Beat Burgenmeier, Centre for Human Ecology and Environmental Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Can Sustainable Labelling Alleviate the Coffee Crisis?
Roldan Muradian, Development Research Institute (IVO), Netherlands
Wim Pelupessy, Development Research Institute (IVO), Netherlands

The Economics of International Toxic Waste Policy: Some Preliminary Lessons
Jim Puckett, BAN & APEX, USA

Regular Session R.8.5.523B Room 523B
Theme 8: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chair: Felix Rauschmayer, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany

Selecting Participatory Approaches for Strategic Environmental Assessment
Felix Rauschmayer, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
N. Risse, Services Mathématiques de la Gestion, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Governance and decision-making process: From environmental assessment to a sustainability-test approach
Francesco La Camera, Ministry for the Environment - Sicilian Regional Centre for the Environment (ORSA), Italy

Growth vs. Smart Growth: Are Resource Impacts Different?
Md. Rumi Shammin, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, USA
Robert Herendeen, Illinois Natural History Survey, USA

Regular Session R.9.5.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Rafael Reuveny, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA

International aid and environmental policies in the developing world
Fano Andriamahefazafy, C3EDM, Université d’Antananarivo, Madagascar
Philippe Meral, UMR C3ED (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement et Université de Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines), France

Democracy and Environmental Degradation: A Formal and Empirical Investigation
Rafael Reuveny, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA
Quan Li, Department of Political Science, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Variations on Ecological Footprint Assessments for Nations in Historic Time Series: Austria 1926 - 2000
Karlheinz Erb, IFF - Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies at Austrian Universities, Dept. of Social Ecology, Austria

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Regular Session R.10.5.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: Mahesh Poudyal, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Canada

High-Sea Fisheries: The "Unfinished Business" of the Law of the Sea
Manuel Francisco Pacheco Coelho, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão/ Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal

Economic Incentives and Poaching of the One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros in Nepal
Mahesh Poudyal, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Bhim Adhikari, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Aquaculture: Environmental and Economic Implications of Shifting to Privatization of the Marine Environment
Judith A. Meyer Schultz, University of Cincinnati, USA

Ex Ante Assessment of Community-based Wildlife Management: A Case Study from Nepal
Duncan Knowler, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Jesse Wood, International Financial Institutions, Multilateral Programmes Branch, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Canada

Spatial ecological-economic modelling of river basin management in the Inner Niger Delta, Mali
Pieter van Beukering, Insititute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit (VU), Netherlands
Bakary Koné, Wetland International, Mali
Leo Zwarts, RIZA, Netherlands

Symposium S.20.5.523A Room 523A
Theme 20: Atelier MOGED-ECO
Chair: Moussa Kola Cissé, ENDA Tiers Monde, Senegal

L'impact de la plantation des acacias et des eucalyptus sur le revenu de la population locale dans la préservation de la biodiversité en RDC: Cas de Domaine et Réserve de chasse de Bombo Lumene à Kinshasa
Pierre Boyzibu Ekhassa, ICCN / RDC, Congo (RDC)

Variabilité morphogénétique des graines des populations de Pin maritime en fonction des conditions écologiques
Nadya Wahid, Laboratoire d'analyse et de valorisation des ressources environnementales, Département de biologie, Université Cadi Ayyad, Faculté des Sciences et Technique de Béni-Mellal, Morocco
I. El Hadrami, Laboratoire de Physiologie Végétale, Département de Biologie, Université Cadi Ayyad, Faculté des Sciences Semlalia, Morocco
A. Boulli, Laboratoire d'Analyse et de Valorisation des Ressources Environnementales, Département de biologie, Université Cadi Ayyad, Faculté des Sciences et Technique de Béni-Mellal, Morocco

Les enjeux de la valorisation de la biodiversité au travers des accords de bioprospection
Géraldine Froger, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France
Vahinala Raharinirina, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

Gestion des ressources naturelles et désertification dans les écosystèmes steppiques en Algérie
Dalila Nedjraoui, Université des Sciences et de la Technologie H Boumediène (USTHB) d'Alger, Algeria

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Symposium S.22.5.521A Room 521A
Theme 22: Consumption and the Environment
Understanding Consumption
Chair: Inge Røpke, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

The Role of Social Processes for Sustainable Consumption
Tania Briceno-Orduz, University of Leeds, United Kingdom/Canada
Sigrid Stagl, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Institutions for sustainable consumption - analysing Agenda 21
Joachim H. Spangenberg, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Cologne Bureau, Germany

The Bathroom Boom - A Case of Environmentally Costly Consumption
Inge Røpke, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Maj-Britt Quitzau, National Environmental Research Institute, Dept. of Policy Analysis, Denmark

Sustaining Environments by Consuming Foods
Karl-Michael Brunner, Department of Sociology, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria

Symposium S.37.5.524B Room 524B
Theme 37: SEEA'03
Reforming the SEEA'03 - How does Ecological Economics view SEEA'03: a theoretical and empirical perspective of the Ecosystem Approach.
Chair: Peter Bartelmus, Columbia University, USA

Ecological and Economic Pricing of Circulating Natural Capital: A dual valuation method.
Anthony Friend, University of British Columbia, Canada
David Rapport, Universtiy of Guelph, Canada
Jean-Louis Weber, European Environment Agency, Denmark

The net rate of Entropy Production: A measure of sustainable development.
Kozo Mayumi, University of Tokushima, Japan
Richard Norgaard, University of California, USA
Peter Victor, York University, Canada

Session 6
15:30 - 17:30

Regular Session R.1.6.525A Room 525A
Theme 1: Behavioural Economics and Game Theory
Chair: Michel Bourbonnière, Hydro-Québec, Canada

The new urban water customer
Brent M. Haddad, University of California Santa Cruz, USA

Restoring environmental flows in rivers: An experimental application of Rawls' Theory of Social Justice.
John Tisdell, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Griffith University, Australia

A multi agent system for collective action around a drilling site in Sub-Saharan Africa: Scenarios for biodiversity and climate change
Grégoire Leclerc, Laboratoire d'enseignement et de recherches en géomatique (LERG), Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique, Université Cheich Anta Diop, Senegal
Alassane Bah, Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique, Sénégal
Ibra Toure, Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, Sénégal
Christophe Le Page, Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, France

Pastureland degradation and poverty among herders in Mongolia: A game estimation approach
Lise Wietze, Institute for Environmental Studies IVM, Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences, Vrije Universiteit De Boelelaan, Netherlands
Chuka Tumur Erdenechuluun, Centre for Policy Research, Mongolia
B. Purev, Centre for Policy Research, Mongolia
Mr. Enkh-Amgalan, Centre for Policy Research, Mongolia
Ton Dietz, University of Amsterdam, AGIDS and CERES, Netherlands
Sebastiaan Hess, Institute for Environmental Studies, Netherlands

The adoption of soil conservation measures: Does gender matter?
Holger Seebens, Department of Economic and Technological Change, Center for Decelopment Research, Germany

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Regular Session R.2.6.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Chair: Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Indigenous approaches to sustainable regional resource management
David Barkin, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico
Carlos A. Paillés, Centro de Soporte Ecológico, Mexico
Lourdes Baron, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Mexico
Josefina Linerio, Centro de Investigación y Asistencia en Tecnología y Diseño de Jalisco, Mexico
Evelinda Santiago, Instituto Tecnologico de Puebla, Mexico

Access And Benefit Sharing: Lessons From An Indian Equitable Partnership Case
Shamama Afreen, Regional Development, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Joka, India

Does Indigenous knowledge Contribute towards the Benefits of Bioprospecting
Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, India
Nori Tarui, Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota, USA

Agrobiodiversity conservation and management in the Indian Himalayan region in the wake of changing patterns of biodiversity
Rama Maikhuri, Department of Education, HNB Garhwal University, India
K. S. Rao, Department of Education, HNB Garhwal University, India; CMSHME, University of Delhi, India

Incentives for Soil and Water Conservation in Tea Lands in Sri Lanka; Ecological Concerns
J.A.A.M. Jayakody, Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka

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Regular Session R.3.6.524A Room 524A
Theme 3: Climate Change Policies
Chair: Werner Hediger, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

Misperceptions of Global Climate Change: Information Policies
Ali Kerem Saysel, Faculty of Social Sciences – System Dynamics Group, University of Bergen, Norway

Regular Session R.4.6.518C Room 518C
Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Chair: Mohamed Mrini, Department of Agricultural Development, ORMVAG, Morocco

A nonstationary approach to ecosystem service valuation
Austin Troy, University of Vermont, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, USA

Private Owners, Public Values: Citizen Participation in Designing Sustainable Forest Management
Jon D. Erickson, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA
Caroline Hermans, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA
Jon Bouton, Forestry Division, Department of Forest, Parks, and Recreation, Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, USA
Richard Howarth, Environmental Studies Program, Dartmouth College, USA
Amy Sheldon, White River Partnership, USA
Matthew Wilson, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, and School of Business Administration, University of Vermont, USA

Environmental Assessment of the Intensification of Agricultural Systems in Developing Countries
Mohamed Mrini, Department of Agricultural Development, ORMVAG, Morocco

A Draft Strategy for Improving Ecological Benefits Assessment in the United States Environmental Protection Agency
Randall J. F. Bruins, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA

The Impossibility of Having It All: Land, Water, and People in Everglades Restoration
Richard Weisskoff, University of Miami, USA

Regular Session R.5.6.518B Room 518B
Theme 5: Epistemological Foundations of Ecological Economics
Chair: Christian de Laet, Development Alternatives, Canada

Identifying Spatial Scales and Topological Relationships of Natural and Human Systems
Treg Christopher, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA

The Historical Role of Substitution in theories of Value, Distribution, and Growth: An Ecololgical Economics Critique of the Neoclassical Approach
Kent A. Klitgaard, Wells College, USA

Phase Transitions in Macroscopic Thermodynamics and Neoclassical Microeconomics
Tânia Sousa, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tiago Domingos, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Adapting Q-methodology to investigate stakeholder perceptions in participatory forestry in India
Bhaskar Vira, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Purnamita Dasgupta, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi, India

Exosomatic Instruments of Production and the Human Species: historical and normative epistemological foundations of ecological economics
Katharine L. Farrell, Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen's University of Belfast, Ireland
Arild Vatn, Norwegian Agricultural University, Norway

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Regular Session R.6.6.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Peter G. Brown, Peter G. Brown, School of Environment, Department of Geography, McGill University, Canada

Towards a Just Distribution of the Returns from Capital
Joshua C. Farley, Community Development and Applied Economics/Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA

The Porter Hypothesis - An exemplar for a new age of environmentalism
William Konchak, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Unai Pascual, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Accounting for disinterest and dislike: using bounded mixed logits to estimate the UK market for GM food
Dan Rigby, School of Economics, Manchester University, United Kingdom
Mike Burton, UWA, Australia
Trevor Young, Manchester University, United Kingdom

Economic Valuation as a Framework Incentive to Enforce Profit-Based Conservation Strategies for Natural Ecosystems. A Methodological Approach.
Isabel Mendes, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão(ISEG)/ Centro de Estudos Regionais e Urbanos(CIRIUS), Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal

Incommensurability and Monetary Valuation
Jonathan Aldred, Emmanuel College, United Kingdom

Regular Session R.8.6.523B Room 523B
Theme 8: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chair: Eva Kras, Fundacion International Lerma-Chapala, Canada

Aggregate Indicators: Emergy, Ecological Footprint, Ecoindicator95 and CML92
Ricardo Vieira, Environment and Energy Section, DEM - Departamento de Engenharia Mecanica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tiago Domingos, Energy and Environment Section – Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica – Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Ana Simões, Energy and Environment Section – Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica – Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Paulo Canaveira, Portuguese Paper Producers Association, Portugal

Household Dynamics and Per Capita Environmental Impact
Brantley Liddle, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany

Ecological Footprint Analysis in South-West China: A Case of Kalst Villages in Qibainong
Yoshifumi Takahashi, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
Kiyotaka Masuda, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
Katsuhiko Demura, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
Yasutaka Yamamoto, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan

Examining the Impact of Demographic Factors On Air Pollution
Eric Neumayer, London School of Economics (LSE), Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom
Matthew A. Cole, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Ecological Footprint Accounting: Comparing Resource Availability with an Economy's Resource Demand
Mathis Wackernagel, Global Footprint Network, USA
Dan Moran, Global Footprint Network, USA
Steven Goldfinger, Global Footprint Network, USA

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Regular Session R.9.6.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Peter Seidel, USA

Dealing with Macro
Peter Seidel, USA

Regular Session R.10.6.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: TBD

Complexity and the Political Ecology of US-Mexican Border Twin Cities: A Few Reflections
Bernardo Aguilar-González
Cultural and Regional Studies, Ecological Economics and Environmental Law, Prescott College, USA
Jason Chang, Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of Massachusetts, USA

Barriers and Bridges to Sustainability of the Hawaiian Island's Marine Ecosystem: Paradigms, Pluralism, and Participatory Process
Bruce A. Wilcox, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
Kristin N. Duin, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
Heather L. McMillen, Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA

Recycling, Trade in Trash, and Strategic Environmental Policy
Thomas Kuhn, Department of Economics, University of Pittsburgh, USA
James H. Cassing, Department of Economics, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Solid Waste Management Services In Lilongwe: Demand and Supply Considerations
Benjamin Mattondo Banda, University of Malawi, Malawi

Resource use efficiency of US electricity generating plants during the SO2 trading regime: a distance function approach
Shreekant Gupta, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, India
Surender Kumar, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, India

Regular Session R.16.6.521B Room 521B
Theme 16: Valuation Techniques
Chair: Eban Goodstein, Lewis and Clark College, USA

The value of existence of a coastal ecosystem, through the willingness to work voluntarily
Sérgio Mattos Fonseca, São Paulo University, Environmental Doctorship Program, Brazil

Do wtp expressions for global biodiversity conservation reflect economic value?
Susanne Menzel, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany

Non-use values and the limitations of environmental valuation
Susanne Menzel, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany

Valuing Beach Loss from Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest
Eban Goodstein, Lewis and Clark College, USA
Susan Whitmore, Lewis and Clark College, USA

Coastal Mangroves, Fishermen's Welfare and Externalities: A Valuation-based approach to the analysis of Mangrove-Fishery linkages and Upstream-Downstream Pollution
Nilabja Ghosh, Institute of Economic Growth, India
C. S. Shylajan, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Evaluating Environmental Assets in Developing Countries: Paracas National Reserve in Peru
Roger Loyola, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Peru

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Symposium S.22.6.521A Room 521A
Theme 22: Consumption and the Environment
Policy Issues
Chair: Inge Røpke, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Sustainable Consumption American Style: Household Provisioning, Public Policy, and the Politics of the Possible
Maurie Cohen, Graduate Program in Environmental Policy Studies, USA

Efficient and inefficient aspects of residential energy behaviour: what are the policy instruments for change?
Annika Carlsson-Kanyama, Lund University, Deprtment of Environmental Strategies Research, FOI, Sweden
Anna-Lisa Lindén, Lund University, Sweden
Bjoern Eriksson, Environmental Strategies Research Group at FOI, Sweden

The "Juggling Lifestyle" and Modern ICTs - The Environmental Impact
Inge Røpke, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Toke Haunstrup Christensen, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

ICT and Energy and Materials Consumption - Policy and Practice
Robert Rattle, Independent Researcher, Canada

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Symposium S.25.6.518A Room 518A
Theme 25: Globalization and Environment in the Americas
Chairs: Luciana Togeido de Almeida, Kevin P. Gallagher

Economic Integration and the Environment in Mexico: Lessons for Future Trade Agreements
Kevin P. Gallagher, Global Development and Environment Institute, Cabot Center, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA

Trade, Environment and Development: The Brazilian Experience
Luciana Togeiro de Almeida, Brazil
Mário Ferreira Presser, Brazil
Stela Luiza de Mattos Ansanelli, Brazil

Trade, Foreign Investment And The Environment: A centre-periphery analysis
Carlos Eduardo Frickmann Young, Brazil

The Environmental Costs of Agricultural Trade Liberalization: Mexico-U.S. Maize TRADE Under NAFTA
Alejandro Nadal, Mexico
Timothy A. Wise, Global Development And Environment Institute, Tufts University, USA

Symposium S.26.6.524B Room 524B
Theme 26: Governance for Sustainable Development: Perspectives from Europe
Chair: Fred Luks, Hamburger Universität für Wirtschaft und Politik, Germany

Innovation, governance, and transitions to sustainable development
Friedrich Hinterberger, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria
René Kemp, MERIT, University of Maastricht, Netherlands

The sustainability of science and its contribution to sustainability strategy development in Europe
Joachim H. Spangenberg, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Cologne Bureau, Germany

Constructing policy of money and emissions - changing the CO2 tax system in Finland
Jarmo Vehmas, Finland Futures Research Centre, Finland
Jyrki Luukkanen, Finland Futures Research Centre, Finland

Perspectives for a general theory of governance
Herbert Rauch, Institute of Social Analysis, Austria


Regular Session R.36.6.523A Room 523A
Theme 36: Environmental Accounting and Pricing
Chair: Anthony Friend, University of British Columbia, Canada

Sraffian Ecosystem Valuation Method (SEVM): Ecoprices the missing denominator of the integrated System of Environmental and Economic Accounting, (SEEA)
Anthony Friend, University of British Columbia, Canada

The Nova Scotia GPI Fisheries and Marine Environment Accounts: A Preliminary Set of Ecological, Socioeconomic and Institutional Indicators for Nova Scotia's Fisheries and Marine Environment
Anthony Charles, Management Science / Environmental Studies, Saint Mary's University, Canada

Rent as Commons, Indicator, and the focus of Geonomics
Jeffery J. Smith, Forum on Geonomics, USA



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Session 7
08:30 - 10:00

Regular Session Room 525A
Theme 1: Behavioural Economics and Game Theory
Chair: David Courard-Hauri, Drake University, USA

The Value of Visibility: A Choice Experiment Approach
Duncan Knowler, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Wolfgang Haider, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Jeff Moore, Centre for Parks, Recreation & Tourism Research, Lakehead University, Canada

Integrating Game Theory Concepts and Technical Knowledge in Models for Resolving Water Use Conflicts in the Platte River Basin
Randall J. F. Bruins, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Raymond J. Supalla, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
John Allen, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Endogenous Technological Progress and the Malthusian Trap: Could Simon and Boserup Have Saved Easter Island?
Rafael Reuveny, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA
Christopher S. Decker, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA

Sustainable Consumption: A Mixed Instrument for Information and Taxation
Ana Simões, Secção de Ambiente e Energia – Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tiago Domingos, Secção de Ambiente e Energia – Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

When is poor optimization worse than no optimization at all?
David Courard-Hauri, Drake University, USA

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Symposium S.2.7.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Diversitas - Assessing Impacts of Biodiversity Changes on Ecosystem Functioning and Services
Chair: Charles Perrings, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Valuing Ecosystem Services Provided by Predators: Paying the Piper
Kim Seong-Hee, University of Wyoming, USA
John Tschirhart, University of Wyoming, USA

Controlling Invasive Species: A Bioeconomic Model of Sea Lamprey in the Great Lakes
Xiufen Yu, University of Wyoming, USA
Jason F. Shogren, University of Wyoming, USA

Linking Dynamic Economic and Ecological CGE Models
David Finnoff, University of Central Florida, USA
John Tschirhart, University of Wyoming, USA

Coping with the Tower of Babel: Defining the links between biodiversity, processes and services.
Dave Raffaelli, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Regular Session R.3.7.524A Room 524A
Theme 3: Climate Change Policies
Chair: Eban Goodstein, Lewis and Clark College, USA

The Economics of Biodiversity Recovery in Brazil
Ademar Ribeiro Romeiro, Institute of Economics of the State University of Campinas and National Center on Satellite Monitoring (CNPM/EMBRAPA), Brazil
João Alfredo C. Mangabeira, National Center on Satellite Monitoring (CNPM/EMBRAPA), Brazil
Gustavo Souza Valladares, National Center on Satellite Monitoring (CNPM/EMBRAPA), Brazil

Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest: Valuing Snowpack Loss for Agriculture and Salmon
Eban Goodstein, Lewis and Clark College, USA
Laura Matson, Department of Economics, Lewis and Clark College, USA

Role of key stakeholders in the implementation of carbon sequestration projects in Central and Eastern European countries
Lívia Bíziková, Institute for Forecasting, Slovakia

Measuring the impact of climate change on South African agriculture: The case of sugarcane growing regions
T. Deressa, Center for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA), South Africa
R. Hassan, Center for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA), South Africa

Regular Session R.4.7.518C Room 518C
Theme 4: Ecosystem Health and Environmental Indicators
Chair: Nigel Jollands, New Zealand Centre for Ecological Economics, Landcare Research Ltd, New Zealand

Aggregate eco-efficiency indices for New Zealand – a Principal Components Analysis
Nigel Jollands, New Zealand Centre for Ecological Economics, Landcare Research Ltd, New Zealand

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Core Session C.5.7.518B Room 518B
Theme 5: Epistemological Foundations of Ecological Economics
Chair: Werner Hediger, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

An Ontology Of Sustainable Development
Paul Lewis, Kakivak Association, Canada

The environmental-social dimension of sustainable development: Capabilities, social capital, institutions
Markku Lehtonen, C3ED, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

Weak and Strong Sustainability, Environmental Conservation and Economic Growth
Werner Hediger, Agricultural Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

Regular Session R.6.7.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Peter G. Brown, School of Environment, Department of Geography, McGill University, Canada

Reverence for Life: A philosophy for Civilization
Peter G. Brown, School of Environment, Department of Geography, McGill University, Canada

An Empirical Contribution to the Debate on Corruption, Democracy and Environmental Policy
Lorenzo Pellegrini, Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

Synthesizing Georgist and Ecological Economics: Building From the Classical Tradition
John Polimeni, Sage Laboratory Department of Economics Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Bill Batt, USA

Regular Session R.8.7.523B Room 523B
Theme 8: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chair: Trista Patterson, University of Maryland, USA

Integrated Environmental Assessment of Large Scale Surface Irrigation: System Dynamics Approach
Ali Kerem Saysel, Faculty of Social Sciences – System Dynamics Group, University of Bergen, Norway

Life Cycle Assessment of Low-Input Dairy Farming in Japan
Kiyotaka Masuda, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
Yoshifumi Takahashi, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
Yasutaka Yamamoto, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
Katsuhiko Demura, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan

The difference between local and global environmental impacts of "locally sustainable tourism": A case study from Siena, Italy
Trista Patterson, University of Maryland / USA, Italy
Valentina Niccolucci, University of Siena, Italy
Marco Bagliani, Instituto Ricerche Economico Sociale, Italy
Enzo Tiezzi, University of Siena, Italy

Core Session C.9.7.518A Room 518A
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Eric Neumayer, London School of Economics (LSE), Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom

Reorienting Macroecononomic Theory Towards Environmental Sustainability
Jonathan M. Harris, Theory and Education Program, Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University, USA

Preferences, Income and the Environment: Understanding the Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis
Neha Khanna, Economics and Environmental Studies, Dept. of Economics, Binghamton University, USA
Florenz Plassmann, Department of Economics, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA

Does the 'Resource Curse' hold for Growth in Genuine Income as well?
Eric Neumayer, London School of Economics (LSE), Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom

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Regular Session R.9.7.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Irina Glazyrina, Institute of Natural Resources SB RAS,
Transbaikal
Center for Ecological Economics, Russia

"Quality of Growth" Indicators: A Production Function Approach
Irina Glazyrina, Institute of Natural Resources SB RAS, Transbaikal Center for Ecological Economics, Russia
Vasiliy Glazyrin, Chita State University, Russia

Global Extraction of Renewable Resources: a Material Flows Analysis Perspective
Stefan Giljum, SERI - Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria
Stanislav Shmelev, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

The environmental impacts of material flows: Linking approaches of life cycle assessment (LCA) with physical input-output tables (PIOTs)
Klaus Hubacek, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Stefan Giljum, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria
Arjen Meijer, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

The environmental impacts of material flows: Linking approaches of life
cycle assessment (LCA) with physical input-output tables (PIOTs)
Klaus Hubacek, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United
Kingdom
Stefan Giljum, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria
Arjen Meijer, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

The environmental impacts of material flows: Linking approaches of life
cycle assessment (LCA) with physical input-output tables (PIOTs)
Klaus Hubacek, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United
Kingdom
Stefan Giljum, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria
Arjen Meijer, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

Regular Session R.10.7.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: Denisa Georgescu, The Canadian Tourism Commission, Canada

Sustainable Livelihoods and Resource Management Strategies in Kenya: The Role of Seasonal Migration and Non-Farm Activities
Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Economics Department, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Optimal Harvest of Fisheries Resources in the Presence of Fish Biodiversity: Case Study of Digha Estuary in India
Anita Chattopadhyay Gupta, Department of Economics, Muralidhar Girls' College, India
Rabindra Nath Bhattacharya, Department of Economics, University of Kalyani, India

Art and science of urban water systems: synthesis of sustainability criteria through indicators
Venkatesh Dutta, Centre for Regulatory and Policy Research, TERI School of Advanced Studies, India

Complexity and Approaches for Sustainable Management of Cameroon's Tropical Rain Forests
Jeremie Mbairamadji, ISE/UQAM, Canada
Pierre Lasserre, ISE/UQAM, Canada

Linking Canada's Tourism Satellite and Environmental and Resources Accounts: A Bridge Between the Tourism Economy and the Environment
Denisa Georgescu, The Canadian Tourism Commission, Canada
Scott Meis, The Canadian Tourism Commission, Canada

Regular Session R.14.7.521B Room 521B
Theme 14: Industrial Ecology
Chair: Brynhildur Davidsdottir, Boston University, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, USA

Sustainable Business Practices: Voluntary or Mandatory?
John A. Sorrentino, Department of Economics & The Center for Sustainable Communities, Temple University Ambler, USA

The Determinants and Effects of Environmental Product Innovations
Katharina Türpitz, Umwelt- und Ressourcenökonomik, Umweltmanagement, Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW), Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Indicators for sustainable energy development: a three-dimensional index.
Brynhildur Davidsdottir, Boston University, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, USA
Dan Basoli, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Boston University, USA

Regular Session R.19.7.523A Room 523A
Theme 19: Land Use Policy
Chair: Phindile Ngwenya, Bond University, South Africa

Modelling and evaluating the sustainability of land management in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia
John Cary, Integrated Food Value Chain Key, Research Area, Victoria University, Australia

Sustainable ways of Soil fertilization: Farmers' practices in India
Nilabja Ghosh, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Correcting measures of economic performance for the contribution of plantation forests in Swaziland
Phindile Ngwenya, Bond University, South Africa
R. Hassan, Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa, University of Pretoria, South Africa

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Symposium S.22.7.521A Room 521A
Theme 22: Consumption and the Environment
Specific Fields of Consumption
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Symposium S.26.7.524B Room 524B
Theme 26: Governance for Sustainable Development: Perspectives from Europe
Chair: Stefan Giljum, SERI - Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria

Europe's Global Responsibility to Govern Trade and Investment Sustainably: Climate, Capital, CAP and Cotonou
EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research, Switzerland

The economic construction of ecological reality - a case study on the governance of science
Fred Luks, Hamburger Universität für Wirtschaft und Politik, Germany

Living with living systems: Priceless Factors of Reproduction and the Exosomatic Evolution of Homo Sapiens
Katharine N. Farrell, Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom

Deep Ecology, Indicators and European Governance
Rafael Ziegler, Department of Philosophy, McGill University, Canada

Plenary 3 Room 517C
10:30 - 12:00

Title TBD
Hal Mooney, Center for Environmental Science and Policy, Stanford University, USA

Transcending boundaries to make development more sustainable
Mohan Munasinghe, Munasinghe Institute for Devevelopment, Sri Lanka

Special Presentation Room 517D
12:30 - 13:30

Tools and Economic Incentives: The Engine of a Green Canada
Qussai Samak, National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, Canada

Session 8
13:30 - 15:00

Core Session C.1.8.525A Room 525A
Theme 1: Behavioural Economics and Game Theory
Chair: John Tisdell, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Griffith University, Australia

Bringing Biophysical Models Into the Economic Lab: An Experimental Analysis of Sediment Trading in Australia
John Tisdell, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Griffith University, Australia

Financing Public Goods in an Endowment Economy with Status Effects
Inês Azevedo, Instituto Superior Técnico Secção de Ambiente e Energia -
Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Portugal
A. Simões, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
T. Sousa, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
T. Domingos, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

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Symposium S.2.8.517C Room 517C
Theme 2: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Diversitas - Developing the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity
Chair: Dave Raffaelli, Environment Department, University of York, United Kingdom

Conserving Species in a Working Landscape: Land Use with Biological and Economic Objectives
Stephen Polasky, University of Minnesota, USA
Erik Nelson, University of Minnesota, USA
Eric Lonsdorf, University of Minnesota, USA
Paul Fackler, North Carolina State University, USA
Anthony Starfield, University of Minnesota, USA

The Role of Systems Modeling in Policy: A study of Keoladeo National Park (KNP) India
Kanchan Chopra, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi Enclave, India
P.D.N. Srinivasu, Department of Mathematics, Andhra University, India

Measuring the diversity of what? And for what purpose? A conceptual comparison of ecological and economic measures of biodiversity
Stefan Baumgärtner, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Symposium S.3.8.524A Room 524A
Theme 3: Climate Change Policies
Governance, Science and Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change
Chair: Jouni Paavola, Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE), University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

Perspectives on 'Dangerous' Climate Change: Implications for Adaptation
Irene Lorenzoni, Centre for Environmental Risk (CER), University of East Anglia Norwich, United Kingdom
Nick Pidgeon, Centre for Environmental Risk (CER), University of East Anglia Norwich, United Kingdom

The Effect of Uncertainty, Irreversibility and Catastrophes on Adaptation and the Timing of Climate Change Policy
Alan Ingham, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Jia Ma, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Alistair Ulph, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Tanzania
Jouni Paavola, Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE), University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

A Framework for Analysing Justice Issues Involved in Adaptation to Climate Change
Jouni Paavola, Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE), University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
W. Neil Adger, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

Planning for Rapid Climate Change
Emma L. Tompkins, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
W. Neil Adger, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Nigel W. Arnell, Department of Geography, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Core Session C.5.8.518B Room 518B
Theme 5: Epistemological Foundations of Ecological Economics
Chair: Richard B. Norgaard, Energy & Resource Group, University of California at Berkeley, USA

On the foundation of a general theory of stocks
Johannes Schiller, UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Department for Economics, Sociology and Law, Germany
Malte Faber, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Karin Frank, UFZ-Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
Bernd Klauer, UFZ-Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany
Reiner Manstetten, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Christian Wissel, UFZ-Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany

Economic Analysis in a Complexly Interdependent Ecology: Toward a Theory of Planning Horizons
Frederic B. Jennings, Jr., Center for Ecological Economic and Ethical Education, USA

Ecological Economics - The Flavour of the Century
Peter Victor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Canada
Gideon Rosenbluth, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia, Canada

Forget Disciplines, Think Epistemic Hierarchies
Richard B. Norgaard, Energy & Resource Group, University of California at Berkeley, USA

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Regular Session R.6.8.519A Room 519A
Theme 6: Ethics, Values and the Environment
Chair: Juha Hiedanpää, University of Turku, Satakunta Environmnetal Research Institute, Finland

Security/Needs; Sustainability/Rights: Systems, Feedback and Ethics in International Affairs
Mick Womersley, Unity College, USA

Legitimacy and Watershed Planning: Theory, Economics, and Empirical Findings
Steven E. Kraft, Department of Agribusiness Economics, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Chris Lant, Dept. of Geography, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Leslie Duram, Dept. of Geography, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Jane Adams, Dept. of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Timothy Loftus, Water Testing Lab, Heidelberg College, USA
J. B. Ruhl, College of Law-Florida State University, USA
Bruce Hall, Environmental Resources and Planning, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Jayna Klauser, Dept. of Agribusiness Economics, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA

Pricing Biodiversity: The Trade of Ecological Goods in SW-Finland
Juha Hiedanpää, University of Turku, Satakunta Environmnetal Research Institute, Finland

Malthus vs Wordsworth: Perspectives on Humankind, Nature and Economy
Christian Becker, University of Heidelberg, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, Germany

Regular Session R.8.8.523B Room 523B
Theme 8: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chair: Guillaume Lescuyer, CIRAD, France

An Extended Benefit Cost Analysis of Ecological Capital Value and Comparison of Rubber and Oil Palm in Sri Lanka
W.M.M. Chatura B. Ariyaratne, Post Graduate Institute of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture Economics, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

Preservation of wetlands and resultant conflicts: An analysis through benefit-degradation relation
Tuhin K. Das, Department of Economics, Jadavpur University, India
Alokananda Mukherjee, Department of Economics, Jadavpur University, India

Cost-benefit analysis or environmental impact assessment: which tool(s) to help local stakeholders sustainably manage their (tropical) forest?
Guillaume Lescuyer, CIRAD, France

Production Value Approach to the Environmental Assessment of Projects
Kent Gustavson, Jacques Whitford Environment Limited, Canada

Integrated assessment for sustainable development - Understanding weights in multicriteria evaluations
Sigrid Stagl, University of Leeds, School of the Environment, United Kingdom
Felix Rauschmayer, Department of Economics, Sociology, and Law, UFZ, Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany

Core Session C.9.8.521C Room 521C
Theme 9: Macroeconomics and the Environment
Chair: Alexey Voinov, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics & Computer Science Department, University of Vermont, USA

A Study on the Impact of Trade with European Union on CO2 Emissions in India during 90's
Kakali Mukhopadhyay, Centre for Development and Environment Policy, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India

How Tied are Energy and GDP? Revisiting Energy-GDP Cointegration and Causality for Disaggregated OECD Country Data
Brantley Liddle, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany

Understanding and Communicating Sustainability
Alexey Voinov, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics & Computer Science Department, University of Vermont, USA

Regular Session R.10.8.519B Room 519B
Theme 10: Resource Management
Chair: Daniela Russi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d'Economia i d'Història Econòmica, Spain

Ecological-economic modeling of regional waste management systems
Stanislav Shmelev, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia and Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria
John Powell, CCRU, University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Analyzing Industrial Water Demand in India: An Input Distance Function Approach
Surender Kumar, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, Special Institutional Area (Near JNU), India

Southern Labelled Agriculture as a Double Strategy for Environmental Protection and Access to Market of the North by Producers of the South
René Audet, Économie et Humanisme, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada
Marie-France Turcotte, École des sciences de la gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada
Corinne Gendron, École des sciences de la gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada

Social Multicriteria Evaluation of Rural Electrification: the Case of the Montseny Natural Park
Daniela Russi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d'Economia i d'Història Econòmica, Spain
Giuseppe Munda, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d'Economia i d'Història Econòmica, Spain

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Core Session C.12.8.521A Room 521A
Theme 12: Governance
Chair: Raimund Bleischwitz, Wuppertal Institute, Germany

Governance of Sustainability: Co-evolution of Corporate and Political Governance
Raimund Bleischwitz, Wuppertal Institute, Germany

Governing Sustainable Development - A co-evolutionary perspective on transitions and change
Friedrich Hinterberger, SERI, Austria
Christian Rammel, University of Vienna and SERI, Austria
Ulrike Bechthold, University of Vienna, Austria

The emergence of "new" forms of governance in the field of sustainable development ? Speeches, actors, collective procedures
Géraldine Froger, Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

The Emergence and Evolution of Ecological Economics In China over the Past Two Decades
Wang Songpei, Chinese Society for Ecological Economics, China
Li Maoxu, Chinese Society for Ecological Economics, China
Wang Dai, Chinese Society for Ecological Economics, China

Regular Session R.14.8.521B Room 521B
Theme 14: Industrial Ecology
Chair: TBD

Government and the Refillable Packaging Game: Player or Rule-Maker?
Hilary Grimes, Environmental Manufacturing Management, Clarkson University, USA
T. P. Seager, University of New Hampshire Environmental Research Group, USA

Pulp non-fiction: dynamic modeling of industrial systems
Brynhildur Davidsdottir, Boston University, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, USA

Regular Session R.19.8.523A Room 523A
Theme 19: Land Use Policy
Chair: Sheila Wertz-Kanounnikoff, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Soy Expansion in the Brazilian Amazon Region: A Local and Global Social Dilemma
Clara Whyte, Programa Comércio e Meio Ambiente, WWF Brazil, Brazil
Chloé Cadier, Cirad - CDS, Brazil
Richard Pasquis, Cirad - CDS, France/Brazil
Geert Van Vliet, Cirad, France

The political economy of land use at the Amazon frontier: the case of Mato Grosso, Brazil
Sheila Wertz-Kanounnikoff, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Shared Futures of City and Country: A Total Flows Analysis of Urban-Rural Relationships in the New York City Watershed
Melinda Kane, Skidmore College, Department of Economics, USA

Tourism Development, Environmental Management and Host Society Welfare
Matias Gonzalez, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, USA
David Zilberman, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, USA

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Symposium S.30.8.518A Room 518A
Theme 30: European Frontiers of Ecological Economics: Research - Policy interfaces
Chairs: Clive Spash, Macaulay Institute, United Kingdom and Sigrid Stagl, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

The European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy: Lessons and open questions from a science-policy interface
Martin Sharman, European Commission, Belgium

Dynamic participatory Science/Policy interfaces for Environmental Governance
Sybille van den Hove, Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals (ICTA), Universtitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Material flow accounting and analysis (MFA) - A valuable tool for policy-oriented environmental-economic assessments
Stefan Giljum, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria
Friedrich Hinterberger, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria

Implementing the European Water Framework Directive: Promise and Practice
Clive Spash, Macaulay Institute, United Kingdom

Symposium S.32.8.518C Room 518C
Theme 32: Global Footprint Network: Building Global Consensus on Footprinting Standards
Chair: Mathis Wackernagel, Global Footprint Network, USA

Global Footprint Network: Its Purpose and Research Agenda
Mathis Wackernagel, Global Footprint Network, USA

The Ecological Footprint: Past Criticisms and Opportunities for Making the Tool more Effective
William E. Rees, University of British Community and Regional Planning, Canada

The Need for Resource Accounts: Biophysical and Monetary Approaches
Phillip Lawn, School of Business Economics, Flinders University, Australia

Biophysical Indicators: Necessary to inform prices
Richard B. Norgaard, Energy & Resource Group, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Symposium S.33.8.524B Room 524B
Theme 33: Sustainable Consumption in North America
Policy Research and Practice to Promote Sustainable Consumption in the North American Context: Where Are We, Where Do We Need to Be, How Are We Going to Get There?
Chair: Robert Rattle, Human Dimensions of Global Change / Sustainable Consumption, Canada

Consumption Efficiency
Jack Manno, Great Lakes Research Consortium, Syracuse University, USA

Sustainable Consumption of Food and Housing
Faye Duchin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

American Consumption, National Security, and Signs of an International Steady State Revolution
Brian Czech, Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Eco, USA

Plenary 4 Room 517C
15:30 - 17:30

Learning and Knowing Collectively
Richard B. Norgaard, Energy & Resource Group, University of California at Berkeley, USA

"Conscious Procreation": The Neo-Malthusian movement in Southern Europe and Latin America in around 1900
Juan Martinez-Alier, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Eduard Masjuan, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Title TBD
Susan Hanna, Oregon State University, USA

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Closing Ceremony Room 517C
17:30 - 18:45

Chair: Charles Perrings, President, International Society for Ecological Economics

Kenneth Boulding Award
Best Student Presentation Award
Best Poster Award

Thanks to Supporters
Conference Co-organizers Jean-Pierre Revéret, Institut des Sciences de l'environnement, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada and Frank Müller, Department of Economics, Concordia University, Canada

Thanks to Organizers & Invitation to ISEE 2006
Juan Martinez-Alier, Universtitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain and Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, India

Poster Session Room 517D
Monday, July 11, 09:30 - 16:30
Tuesday, July 12, 09:30 - 16:30
Wednesday, July 13, 09:30 - 12:30

Environmental policy reform and pollution
Joseph A. Adelegan, Dept of Civil Engineering, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Use of Traditional Knowledge in Monitoring Ecosystem Health
Raquibul Amin, IUCN Bangladesh Country Office, Bangladesh
Shahzia M. Khan, IUCN Bangladesh Country Office, Bangladesh
Shekhar R. Biswas, IUCN Bangladesh Country Office, Bangladesh

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Risk to Human Ecology in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
Godson R.E.E. Ana, Division of Environmental Health, Faculty of Public Health, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Implementing Ecological Economics Through Training and Capacity Building
Elizabeth Barclay, APEX Center for Applied Ecological Economics, USA

Applying Spatial Analysis to Ecosystem Health Indicators as a Measurement of Sustainability
Jeff Bayha, Master of Arts Program, Prescott College, USA

EVRI: A comprehensive storehouse of ecological economic studies to assist benefits transfer
Yves Bourassa, Environnement Canada, Canada

Grassland Birds and Dairy Farming in Vermont
Regan Brooks, Botany Department, University of Vermont, USA

GELOSE - Community based natural resource management in Madagascar: better conservation?
Thorkil Cassem RUC, Denmark
Uffe Nielsen, Depart. of Economics and Natural Resources, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark

The challenge of crafting social commitment in a changing water policy environment: Metropolitan Region of São Paulo-Brazil.
Yara M. Chagas de Carvalho, Instituto de Economia Agrícola (IEA), Brasil
Ana Maria Pereira Amaral, IEA, Brasil

Fractal patterns in species distributions of some British scarce plants
Georges Herbert, Chekuimo Tagne, Cameroon
W. E. Kunin, Faculty of Biological Sciences, School of Biology, Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation, United Kingdom
M. Pocock, Faculty of Biological Sciences, School of Biology, Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation, United Kingdom

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Direct payments for conservation. The importance of Environmental Measures in Farm Households for Bird Populations in a Fragmented Landscape
Maria Manez Costa, Leeds Institute for Environmental Science and Management, United Kingdom
Renner Swen, Nature and Research Center, Germany

Farm to School Alternatives: Leverage Points for Ecological Economics in the National School Lunch Program
Erin Anne Croom, Department of Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont, USA

Social Welfare Index into Municipal Districts at the Guaribas River Hidrograph Basin - Piauí
João Soares da Silva Filho, Universidade Federal do Piauí/TROPEN/Mestrado em Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente, Brazil
Jaíra Maria Alcobaça Gomes, Universidade Federal do Piauí/TROPEN/Mestrado em Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente, Brazil

EXTENSITY – Environmental and Sustainability Management Systems in Extensive Agriculture
Tiago Domingos, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Ana Simoes, Secção de Ambiente e Energia, Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

What Factors Motivate Voter Support for Municipal Financing of Conservation?
Mark J. Ducey, University of New Hampshire, Department of Natural Resources, USA
Richard England, Center for Integrative Regional Problem-Solving and Whittemore School of Business, University of New Hampshire, USA
Andrew E. Smith, Institute for Policy and Social Science Research, University of New Hampshire, USA
Annette Arno, Institute for Policy and Social Science Research, University of New Hampshire, USA

Regional patterns in global resource extraction
Nina Eisenmenger, IFF - Social Ecology, Austria
Heinz Schandl, IFF - Social Ecology, Austria

Environment and Sustainable Development in Malaysia: A Case Study in Policy Reconciliation
Ahmad Rafti Endut, University College of Science and Technology Malaysia, Malaysia

Limitations of the Environment Impact Assessment as an instrument for the construction of sustainable development
Naína Pierri Estades, Federal University of Parana, Brazil

Evaluation of Projects for Mangrove Ecosystem Recovery, as Contribution to the Kidnapping of Atmospheric Carbon and to the Mitigation of the Anthropogenic Greenhouse Effect
Sérgio Mattos Fonseca, São Paulo University, Environmental Doctorship Program, Brazil
Sonia M. F. Gianesella, Oceanographic Institute of São Paulo University, Brasil

Personal Energy Impact of Attending this Meeting
Robert Herendeen, Illinois Natural History Survey, USA
Md. Rumi Shammin, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, USA
Trista Patterson, School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland, USA

Globalization and Rural-Suburban Symbiosis in IGBO Society
Raluca Iorgulescu, Economics Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Adapting to Climate Change: Global Agriculture and Trade
Roxana Juliá, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Economics, USA

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Co-operative Institutions and Environment Protection: Some Ways And Means
P. A. Koli, Department of Economics, Shivaji University, India

Monitoring Climate Policy - A full carbon accounting approach based on material flow analysis
Klaus Kubeczko, Dept. of Technology Policy, ARC Systems Research GmbH, Austria

Valuation of Ecosystem Services: A Psychological Perspective
Manasi Kumar, Research Scholar, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, India
Pushpam Kumar, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi Enclave, India

Environmental Pollution from Semi-intensive Prawn Farming in coastal Areas of West Bengal - A Empirical Study
Debabrata Lahiri, Rural Development Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, India

Delinking debates and the 'new economy'
John Lintott, London South Bank University, United Kingdom

Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment of Urban Highway with Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process
Marcus Vinicius Lisboa, Escola Politécnica - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Jaime Waisman, Escola Politécnica - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

Measuring public preferences for nonmarket goods and services: indicators of the relative importance of coastal conservation and economic development in Palau
Shannon Long, Dalhousie University, Canada
Murray A. Rudd, Policy and Economics Branch - Maritimes Region, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Mark H. Tupper, University of Guam Marine Laboratory, Guam

Time in Ecology and Economics
Brooke Marshall, York University, Canada

Does local governance raise questions about the relevance of economic evaluation ? the case of the malagasy environmental decentralized management
Philippe Meral, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Madagascar et Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

Is Monetary Reform Necessary for a Steady State Economy?
Eric Miller, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Canada

Health Cost of Water Pollution in Angul-Talcher Industrial Area in Orissa
Mrutyunjaya Mishra, Science College, India
N. C. Sahu, Berhampur University, India

Make it greener: How greenkeepers perceive seaweed-based eco-innovation in golf course management
Frédéric Morand, National University of Ireland, Galway (Dept. of Economics), Ireland

Regional analysis of industrial ecology: A case study of Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Takaaki Niren, School of Environmental Science, The University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan

Maintenance of small water equipments and its consequences on water using, poverty alleviation, biodiversity conservation and social conflicts reduction
Cheikhna A. Aidara Ould Mohamed Lemine, APEM, Mauritania

Headline Indicators for Tracking Progress to Sustainability in New Zealand
Murray Patterson, New Zealand Centre for Ecological Economics, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, New Zealand

Ecological and socio economic impacts of transgenic crops releasing in South America
Walter A. Pengue, GEPAMA - Grupo de Ecología del Paisaje y Medio Ambiente, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Graduate Study in Ecological Economics
John Polimeni, Sage Laboratory Department of Economics Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Restoration of Degraded Grassland Ecosystem Through Institutional Renovation in Semi-arid Rajasthan (India)
Sunil Ray, Institute of Development Studies, India

Attitudes to and behaviour among farmers to recycling of sludge
Karen Refsgaard, Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute (NILF), Norway
Kristin Magnussen, Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute (NILF), Norway

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Social-Environmental Certifications: instruments for sustainable development and competitiveness of the Amazonian mining industry?
Maria Amélia Rodrigues da Silva, Brazilian Society of Ecological economics (ECOECO), Centro de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (CDS), University of Brasília, Brazil
José Augusto Drummond, Centro de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (CDS), University of Brasília, Brazil

Knowledge and Learning About Environmental Problems
Maik T. Schneider, Interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Navigating Scylla and Charybdis: Permit auctions vs. endowment
Karl Seeley, Dept. of Economics, Hartwick College, USA

Property rights and Fishery Management: Individual Transferable Quotas in the Gulf St. Lawrence shrimp fishery (Pandalus borealis)
Dominique Simard, UQAM, Canada

Food Chain Sustainability Labelling
Ana Simões, Secção de Ambiente e Energia – Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tiago Domingos, Environment and Energy Section, DEM, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Outcomes and impacts of NTFP Commercialisation: A Review
Phosiso Sola, Southern Alliance for Indigenous Resources (SAFIRE), Zimbabwe

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Economic Valuation of Biodiversity Conservation of Tubbataha Reefs, Philippines
Rodelio Fernandez Subade, Division of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Philippines

The Role of Intellectual Societies in determining the Judgement System for the Race to Sustainability
Philip Sutton, Green Innovations, Australia

Modeling Sustainability of Alternative Farming Systems in South-Eastern Nigeria
K. C Urama, The Macaulay Institute, United Kingdom

Ecotourism Certification: Adapting International Standards to Maine (USA)
David Vail, Bowdoin College, USA

Mediated Modeling; a system dynamics approach to environmental consensus building
Marjan van den Belt, Mediated Modeling Partners, LLC, USA

CO2 emissions versus economic growth - Advanced Sustainability Analysis for selected industrial and developing countries
Jarmo Vehmas, Finland Futures Research Centre, Finland

Integrating Sulphur Emissions in the Ecological Footprint
Ricardo Vieira, Environment and Energy Section, DEM - Departamento de Engenharia Mecanica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Desalination in different scarcity contexts
Gregor Meerganz von Medeazza, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals, Spain

Money as Ecosystem Toxin; Money Flow as Environmental Indicator
Jeffrey Weih, PA, LAc, USA

To Save a City: Reforestation in Response to El Nino Flooding in Ica, Peru
Richard Weisskoff, University of Miami, USA

Development of an environment-sensitive input-output table for a specific region
Toru Yoshida, Shiga Industrial Support Plaza Inc., Japan
Takaaki Niren, Shiga Industrial Support Plaza Inc., Japan

The influence of energy prices on an environmental Kuznets curve for energy use and carbon dioxide emissions in OECD countries
Amy K. Richmond, Center for Energy & Environmental Studies, Boston University, USA
Robert K. Kaufmann, Center for Energy & Environmental Studies, Boston University, USA

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