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CEECEC Online Course Successfully Launched – Handbook on the Way

As of April 12, the CEECEC online course in Ecological Economics For and Through CSOs was officially launched. It is now being piloted by 25 participants, primarily of civil society / NGO background. The course is now in its 6th week of 12. Opportunities to participate in the pilot are now closed, but do send expressions of interest to Hali Healy at hhealyatceecec@googlemail.com so you can be informed of future opportunities. When writing, please state your full name, your organisational affiliation (if any), and your country of residence.

Plans are also underway to launch the online CEECEC Handbook. The Handbook is the core resource of the online course, and will be made up of 12 CSO case studies that hyperlink to a glossary of ecological economics and related terms. It is intended to be used as a stand-alone tool, accessible to NGOs, students and the general public. On its completion we will launch the Handbook on the CEECEC website for public access, with a request for feedback from users. If you are interested in trying the Handbook please contact Hali Healy at hhealyatceecec@googlemail.com . When writing, please state your full name, your organisational affiliation (if any) and your country of residence.

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