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Mining Conflict in Cordillera del Cóndor | Acción Ecológica, Ecuador
Manta-Manaos Mega-project | Acción Ecológica, Ecuador
Campania Waste Crisis | A Sud, Italy
High Speed Train Conflict (TAV) | A SUD, Italy
Local Governance and Environment Investments | CSE, India
Participatory Forest Management | CSE, India
Nautical Tourism Impacts | SUNCE, Croatia
Djerdap National Park and Local Communities | Endemit, Serbia
Deforestation and REDD Measures in the Amazon | REBRAF, Brazil
Forestry and Communities in Cameroon | CeD-FOE, Cameroon
Environmental Justice / Ecological Debt in Belgium | VODO, Belgium (Flanders)
Aid, Social Metabolism and Social Conflict in India | IFF-UKL, Austria
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CEECEC (Civil Society Engagement with ECological EConomics) is a European Commission FP7 funded project that aims to enable Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to engage in and lead collaborative research with ecological economists. The overall focus is not on theory but on case study learning, whereby CSOs and academics will identify and explore key issues for research in areas such as water management, mining, energy, forestry and agriculture, based on CSO needs and interests. The end result will be online materials and a handbook in several languages explaining the principles, the tools and the methods of Ecological Economics for CSOs and the general public. More

New project: EJOLT

The CEECEC project officially closed in 2010, but its successor EJOLT (Environmental Justice Organizations, Liabilities and Trade 2010-2014) continues to bring science and society together to catalogue ecological distribution conflicts and work towards confronting environmental… More

Online Course on Ecological Economics is coming again in 2011!

The online course, “Ecological Economics For and Through Civil Society Organizations” that was piloted under the European FP7 CEECEC project (http://www.ceecec.net/online-course/) will be run again under the EJOLT project (Environmental Justice Organizations, Liabilities and Trade) http://www.ceecec.net/online-course/ . This… More

Final Newsletter published!

The Ceecec project is almost closed – we are working on the final reports for the European Commission. Read the final report here:

Ceecec final newsletter… More

Sept 2010 Newsletter now out!

The fourth CEECEC Newsletter (Sept 2010) has just been published. Inside you will find: news on the e-Book Ecological Economics from the Bottom-Up, and on the completed pilot of the Online Course (with access to… More