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May 15, 2019 / societyforhumanecology

SHE XXIV – Marque na sua agenda!! (Português)

XXIV Conferência Internacional da
Sociedade de Ecologia Humana

Dinâmicas Sociais e Desafios Globais: O papel da Ecologia Humana no século 21

Organizada pela

Sociedade Brasileira de Ecologia Humana (SABEH) em cooperação com a
Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco (UNIVASF) e o Programa de Pós Graduação em Ecologia Humana (PPGEcoH) da Universidade do Estado da Bahia (UNEB).

 

Juazeiro, Bahia e Petrolina, Pernambuco, Brasil.

19a 22de julho de 2020.

É um enorme prazer anunciar a XXIV Conferência Internacional da Sociedade de Ecologia Humana que acontecerá no Brasil entre os dias 19 e 22 de julho de 2020.

Marque em suas agendas para:

  • Fazer parte de uma reunião internacional, interdisciplinar e diversa.
  • Participar em um amplo espectro de trocas de ideias em uma atmosfera relaxada.
  • Aproveitar o espetacular nordeste Brasileiro e a região do vale do Rio São Francisco.

A 1a chamada para participação com informação para submissão de propostas para simpósios, trabalhos escritos, pôsteres e workshops será publicada em breve. Enquanto isso, qualquer pessoa com sugestões preliminares para a programação ou outras informações deve contactar: sheconbrazil2020@gmail.com – Favor encaminhar a outros interessados!!!

Esperamos receber a todos no próximo ano. Obrigado,

Gustavo H. Negreiros
Program Chair SHE XXIV Conference

May 15, 2019 / societyforhumanecology

SHE XXIV – Marque en su agenda!!! (Español)

XXIV Conferencia Internacional de la
Sociedad de Ecología Humana

Dinámicas Sociales y Desafios Globales: El papel de la Ecología Humana en el siglo 21

Organizada por la

Sociedad Brasilera de Ecología Humana (SABEH) en cooperación con la
Universidad Federal del Valle de San Francisco (UNIVASF) y el Programa de Postgrado en Ecología Humana (PPGEcoH) de la Universidad del Estado de Bahia (UNEB).

Juazeiro, Bahia y Petrolina, Pernambuco, Brasil.

19 a 22de julio de 2020.

Es un enorme placer anunciar la XXIV Conferencia Internacional de la Sociedad de Ecología Humana que se realizará en Brasil entre los días 19 y 22 de julio del 2020.

Marque en sus agendas para:

  • Formar parte de una reunión internacional, interdisciplinar y diversa.
  • Participar en un amplio espectro de intercambio de ideas en una atmosfera relajada.
  • Aprovechar el espectacular nordeste Brasilero y la región del Valle del Río San Francisco.

La 1a llamada para participación con información para someter propuestas para simposios, trabajos escritos, pósteres y talleres, será publicada en breve. Al respecto, cualquier persona con sugerencias preliminares para la programación u otras informaciones debe contactar: sheconbrazil2020@gmail.com – Favor compartir con otros interesados!!!

Esperamos recibir a todos el próximo año. Muchas gracias,

Gustavo H. Negreiros
Pressidente Programa XXIV Conferencia SHE

May 1, 2019 / societyforhumanecology

Association of Pacific Rim Universities Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Hub (APRU SCL) Conference

Association of Pacific Rim Universities Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Hub (APRU SCL) Conference

APRU SCL brings together experts from around the region to exchange ideas and engage in activities focused on sustainable city-landscape interactions.  

The Association of Pacific Rim Universities Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Hub (APRU SCL) announces opening registration for its upcoming 2019 conference hosted by the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia from August 29 through September 1, 2019.

The APRU SCL conference invites academics, practitioners, and public officials from different disciplines to collaborate on research and advocacy projects that foster long-term sustainability and resilient city-landscape relationships. This three-day conference is structured around 11 working groups that bracket a range of social, economic and environmental issues. Each conference attendee will contribute to a working group of their choice as well as participate in conference-wide plenaries and events.

Visit the 2019 APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference website for more information about the conference program and working groups. To register, first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to your preferred Working Group. Upon acceptance into the Working Group, you will be able to register for the conference. Early bird registration of $225 USD ends on June 15, and after that will increase to $275 USD. The conference registration covers lunch, morning and afternoon tea during the days of the event, and a special dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour on Friday evening, August 30.

January 17, 2019 / societyforhumanecology

Human Ecology Review 24:2 out now

Human Ecology Review 24:2 out now – free open access! This special issue is an interdisciplinary collection of papers on the ecology of the indoor environment – an important and under-studied part of our biosphere and everyday lives.

Published by ANU Press at http://doi.org/10.22459/HER.24.02.2018 …

December 21, 2018 / societyforhumanecology

Human Ecology Section Awarded ESA Section Development Grant

We are very pleased to have been awarded a Section Development Grant for 2019. Titled The Human Dimensions Collaborative the grant is for a workshop held in Indiana on Saturday 10th August (ie the day before ESA XXIV commences). The workshop is designed to bring together several ESA sections that are oriented around human dimensions of environmental problems and the unjust distribution of their burdens. There is a unique opportunity for these sections to collaborate to share their respective areas of expertise and help ESA as we share the pursuit of a range of our association’s strategic goals. These include ESA’s mission goals of ‘promoting ecological science by improving communication among members’ and ensuring the ‘appropriate use of ecological science in environmental decision making by enhancing communication between the ecological community and policy makers’

Details to be developed, but if you have not already done so, you may wish to renew your ESA membership, nominating the Human Ecology Section as your ‘free’ section. Also, see the ‘free section membership’ information below.

December 19, 2018 / societyforhumanecology

ESA Offering Graduate Student Policy Awards

Are you a science graduate student interested in the intersection between policy and science? The Ecological Society of America (ESA) invites applications for its Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award (GSPA).  ESA will give the policy award to ten students for 2019. Offered each year, this award gives graduate students hands-on science policy experience including interacting with congressional decision-makers, federal agency officials, and others engaged in science and public policy. The 2019 policy event is March 25-27, 2019.

For more information, see https://www.esa.org/esa/public-affairs/esa-policy/policy-getting-involved/esa-graduate-student-policy-award/

October 3, 2018 / societyforhumanecology

Jahi Chappell at ANU

Dr. M. Jahi Chappell Open forum lecture at the Australian National University
Beginning to End Hunger: Food and the Environment in Belo Horizonte, Brazil,and Beyond – Society for Human Ecology winner of the Gerald Young Book Award
Tuesday 16 October, 2018, 11am – 12noon – all welcome

Beginning to End Hunger presents the story of Belo Horizonte, home to 2.5 million people and the site of one of the world’s most successful food security programs.

Since its Municipal Secretariat of Food and Nutritional Security was founded in 1993 Belo Horizonte has sharply reduced malnutrition, leading it to serve as an inspiration for Brazil’s renowned Zero Hunger programs. The secretariat’s work with local family farmers shows how food security, rural livelihoods, and healthy ecosystems can be supported together. In this convincing case study, M. Jahi Chappell establishes the importance of holistic approaches to food security, suggests how to design successful policies to end hunger, and lays out strategies for enacting policy change. With these tools, we can take the next steps toward achieving similar reductions in hunger and food insecurity elsewhere in the developed and developing worlds.