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ESF-ESA-ESPI Conference

Humans in Outer Space – Interdisciplinary Odysseys
Vienna, Konzerthaus
11‐12 October 2007

The space‐faring nations are heading for the human exploration of the Moon, Mars and Near‐Earth Objects. They might be soon prepared with regards technology development. But they also need to benefit from the humanities (history, philosophy, anthropology), the arts as well as the social sciences (political science, economics, law).

Refgov project

« Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI, France) » University of Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL, Belgium)


University of Paris X (France)

Refgov project

Two Post-doctoral or Research fellow positions on the “biodiversity governance and global public goods” program

Partner institutions of the Refgov network offer two post-doctoral or research fellows for working in an international project on biodiversity governance and global public goods (1 year, extendible contingent on funding).

Strategic Project Director

The Penobscot East Resource Center seeks an experienced Project Director to lead the Downeast Initiative, a groundbreaking pilot program in community-based management to rebuild the groundfishery in the eastern Gulf of Maine. The project director will secure federal regulatory policy support. Responsibilities include developing and implementing a campaign strategy that will result in the approval of the program by the New England Fisheries Management Council. This job position will be located in Stonington, Maine.

Journées d’études La "mise en patrimoine" de l’eau : une perspective interdisciplinaire

Organisées par le GDR « rés-eau-ville » (GDR 2524 du CNRS) et le Centre EREIA (EA 4026, Université d’Artois)

Arras, Université d’Artois, Bâtiment des Arts

Vendredi 9 et Samedi 10 mars 2007

Entrée libre sur réservation

Renseignements et réservations

Nadine Hubert : + 33 (0)3 21 60 37 62 ou

Site Internet du GDR :

La « mise en patrimoine de l’eau »: une perspective interdisciplinaire

Vendredi 9 et Samedi 10 mars 2007,

Arras, Université d’Artois

Exposé de la thématique et présentation du programme:

Position: Conservation and Environmental Anthropologist

Please contact: Alaka Wali,, for additional information about this position.

This two-year grant-funded position focuses on working with partners and communities in South America to implement conservation programs.

IASC 2007 North American Regional Conference

Theme: “Transitions in Defining and Utilizing North American Commons”
Host: Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Memorial University
Location: Newfoundland, Canada
Dates: July 31 – August 3, 2007

Plenary speakers are:

Dr. Fikret Berkes
Professor and Canada Research Chair
University of Manitoba
Title of Talk: Governance systems and role of communities: The challenge of scale

Dr. Roberto Enriquez-Andrade
Facultad de Ciencias Marinas, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Title of Talk: Globalization and market pressures on Mexico’s marine and coastal commons: 12 years of NAFTA

Nominees for IASC Executive Council

The IASC Nominating Committee is seeking nominees for the 2008 slate for the positions of President-Elect and Executive Councilor.

Nominations for these positions are solicited from the general membership.
Candidates proposed must be members in good standing. The nominating committee will contact proposed candidates for their consent before being placed on the slate of nominees.

Please submit names and contact information for any nominations to or to any member of the nominating committee listed below by January 8, 2007.

Erling Berge, Chair

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT - Chair and Professor


Emory University Department of Environmental Studies

Call for Papers - ESEE - UFZ

ESEE 2007: Integrating Natural and Social Sciences for Sustainability

UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig, Germany, 5-8 June 2007


** Abstract Submission Deadline: 20 November 2006 * *






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