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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


This is a collective tool for transparency and sustainability. A platform for researching, optimizing and sharing the supply chains behind a number of everyday products, its creators believe that people have the right to know where things come from and what they are made of.

Online Ecological Economics Encyclopedia
An encyclopedia prepared by the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) covering a wide range of topics such as the early history of ecological economics, ecological footprints, sustainability indicators, trade and environment and environmental taxation, and tools such as material flow analysis, (MFA), human appropriation of net primary production (HANPP), and multi-criteria evaluation (MCE).

An Introduction to Ecological Economics (e-book)
This book is among the first comprehensive introductions to the field of ecological economics. Written by Robert Constanza, John H. Cumberland, Herman Daly, Robert Goodland and Richard B. Norgaard and published by St. Lucie Press in 1997.

Advanced Tools for Sustainability Assessment – STREP Project
This website presents and describes assessment frameworks, participatory tools, scenario tools, multi criteria analysis tools, cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis tools, accounting tools, physical analysis tools and indicator sets and models. An FP6 EU funded project.

Science Shop Network
Science shops are small entities that carry out scientific research in a wide range of disciplines on behalf of citizens and local civil society. Science shops respond to civil society’s needs for expertise and knowledge, a key element that distinguishes them from other knowledge transfer mechanisms.

Ecological Economics Online Course (in Spanish)
An introduction to ecological economics concepts and tools. The programme is organised by Prof. Walter Pengue from GEPAMA-UBA (based in Argentina) and aimed at Civil Society Organizations, students, government officers and the private sector.

Centro de Documentazione Conflitti Ambientali (Italian/Spanish)
The CDCA is an environmental conflicts database with a selection of international emblematic conflicts linked to the overexploitation of natural resources and territories. This project is lead by A Sud, an Italian NGO and CEECEC partner.

Ecological Economics International Journal
The Transdisciplinary Journal of the ISEE. The journal is concerned with extending and integrating the study and management of “nature’s household” (ecology) and “humankind’s household” (economics).

Redibec - Red Iberoamericana de Economía Ecológica
Free online journal of Ecological Economics (Spanish)



Queen Margaret University, MSc Environmental Justice in Edinburgh, Scotland

1 year full-time / 2 years part-time

A new and innovative course aimed at people active or hoping to work in the voluntary, representative and public sectors is now available to those who wish to strengthen their understanding of social justice. Normally a degree is required for entry although applications are encouraged from individuals who have professional or voluntary experience in social justice issues. Applicants will be asked to demonstrate their ability to study at postgraduate level with appropriate support. For more information click here.