CURRICULUM VITA

 

Joshua C. Farley

The University of Vermont

Community Development and Applied Economics

Gund Institute for Ecological Economics

205 H Morrill Hall

Burlington, VT 05405-1708

 

I.          PERSONAL

Date of Birth: January 8, 1963

Place of Birth:  Ithaca, NY

Citizenship:  USA

Marital Status: Married, two children

Phone: (802) 656-2989

Fax:  (802) 656-8683

Email: Joshua.Farley@uvm.edu

 

II.        EDUCATION

1999    Ph.D.  Cornell University, Agricultural, Resource and Managerial Economics

            Dissertation: ‘Optimal’ Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon; Theory and Policy: The Local, National, International and Intergenerational Viewpoints. 

1990    M.I.A. Columbia University, Economic and Political Development

1990    Certificate in Latin American Studies. Columbia University

1985    B.A. in Biology, Grinnell College

 

III.       PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

2013-present       Professor, Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont, VT  05405

2008-2013:          Associate Professor, Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont, VT  05405

2002-Present:     Fellow, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 

2002-Present:     Licensed Examiner and Affiliated Staff, Center for Resource Management and Environmental Studies, Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies, Barbados

Summer, 2010    Visiting Professor, Centro de Geociźncias, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, BA, Brasil

2009-2010:          Visiting Professor, Centro de Ciźncias Agrárias, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, SC, Brasil

2003-2008           Assistant Professor, Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

1999-2002:          Executive Director, Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Maryland, Solomons, MD 20688.

1998-1999:          Program Director, School for Field Studies’ Centre for Rainforest Studies, PO Box  141, Yungaburra, QLD Australia.

1996-1998:          Resident Faculty in Ecological Economics, School for Field Studies’ Centre for Rainforest Studies, PO Box 141, Yungaburra, QLD Australia.

1996-1999:          Lecturer, Boston University (while resident at the Centre for Rainforest Studies). Boston, Massachusetts

1993, 1995           Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Fall ’92, ’94        Intern, Institute for Applied Economic Research, Av. Pres. Antonio Carlos, 51 Rio de Janeiro, RJ 20020-010

Spring, 1990       Consultant, Help for Progress. PO Box 97, Belmopan, Belize

Summer, ‘89       Group Leader to Royesville, Liberia.  Operation Crossroads Africa. 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1366, New York, New York 10115

1985,’87-‘88        Professional Carpenter

 

III. RESEARCH

A. Areas of Professional Expertise and Research Interests:

Ecological Economics, Ecosystem services, System sustainability, Monetary Systems, Policy, Service learning, Common Assets, Steady State Economy, Economic globalization, Economic development, Ecological restoration, Ecosystem valuation, Quality of life.

Language Skills: Fluent Portuguese, proficient (formerly fluent) Spanish

 

B. Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (* denotes invited.  Authorship in order of contribution, except where alphabetical)

De Groot, D., J. Aronson, J. Blignaut, T. Elmquist, J. Farley (in press) Evidence from the Field Shows that Investing in Ecosystem Restoration Pays. Conservation Biology

Farley, J. and T. Farley (2013) Box Insert: The Economics of Health Care. Solutions. 4 (3) 48

Farley, J., M. Burke, G. Flomenhoft, B. Kelly, D. F. Murray, S. Posner, M. Putnam, A. Scanlan and A. Witham (2013). Monetary and Fiscal Policies for a Finite Planet. Sustainability 5(6): 2802-2826.

Richnau, G., P. Angelstam, S. Valasiuk, L. Zahvoyska, R. Axelsson, M. Elbakidze, J. Farley, I. Jönsson, I. Soloviy. (2013), Multifaceted Value Profiles of Forest Owner Categories in South Sweden: The River Helge Ć Catchment as a Case Study. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 42(2): 188-200.

Farley, J. (2013) Economia para um Planeta Pós-carbono. Revista Nucleo de Estudos de Economia Catarinense. 1 (2) pp. 52-68

Muradian, R., M. Arsel, L. Pellegrini, F. Adaman, B. Aguilar, B. Agarwal, E. Corbera, D. Ezzine-de Blas, J. Farley, G. Froger, E. Garcia-Frapolli, E. Gomez, J. Gowdy, N. Kosoy, J. F. Le Coq, P. Leroy, P. May, P. Méral, P. Mibielli and R. Norgaard (2013). Markets for biodiversity and ecosystem services and the fatal attraction of win-win solutions. Conservation Letters 6(4): 274–279.

Alvez, J., A. Schmitt F., J. Farley, G. Alarcon, A. Fantini (2012) The Potential for Agroecosystems to Restore Ecological Corridors and Sustain Farmer Livelihoods: The Evidence From Brazil.  Ecological Restoration. 30(4) 288-290.

Farley, J. (2012) Ecosystem Services: The Economics Debate. Ecosystem Services 1:1 pp. 40-49

Farley, J. (2012) Reflections on a Life Lived Well and Wisely. Solutions, 3:2 pp. 10-13

*Farley, J.,  D. Batker and I. de la Torre (2012) Box insert: Mangrove Ecosystems and the Tragedy of Private Property Rights. Solutions, 2:6 p.  48. Jan 2012

*Farley, J., A. Schmitt Filho, J. Alvez and N. Ribeiro de Freitas, Jr. (2012) How Valuing Nature Can Transform Agriculture. Solutions, 2:6 pp.  64-73. Jan 2012  http://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/node/1014

Alvez, J., Matthews, A., Schmitt Filho, A., & Farley, J. (2011). Indicadores de sustentabilidade para pecuária (Sustainability indicators for cattle farms). Cadernos de Agroecologia. Resumos do I Encontro Chapecó, SC, Brazil. Pan-Americano sobre Manejo Agroecológico de Pastagens, 6(1).

Schmitt F., A., Murphy, W., & Farley, J. (2010). Grass based agroecologic dairying to revitalize small family farms through student technical support: The development of a participative methodology responsible for 622 family farm projects. Advances in Animal Biosciences, 1(2), 517-518.

Farley, J., A. Schmitt F., J. P. Alvez, and P. M. Rebollar (2010) The farmer’s viewpoint: Payments for ecosystem services and agroecologic pasture based dairy production.  Advances in Animal Biosciences 1:490-491

Farley, J. and R. Costanza (2010) Payments for Ecosystem Services: From the Local to the Global. Ecological Economics 69:2060-2068

Kemkes, R., J. Farley and C. Koliba (2010) Determining When Payments Are an Effective Policy Approach to Ecosystem Service Provision. Ecological Economics. 69: 2069-2074

Farley, J., A. Aquino, A. Daniels, A. Moulaert, D. Lee, and A. Krause (2010) Global Mechanisms for Sustaining and Enhancing PES Schemes. Ecological Economics. 69: 2075-2084

Reynolds, T. W., J. Farley, and C. Huber (2010) Investing in human and natural capital: An alternative paradigm for sustainable development in Awassa, Ethiopia. Ecological Economics. 69: 2140-2150

Kubiszewski, I., J. Farley and R. Costanza (2010). The production and allocation of information as a good that is enhanced with increased use. Ecological Economics. 69: 1344-1354

Farley, J., D. Batker, I. de la Torre and T. Hudspeth. (2010) Conserving Mangrove Ecosystems in the Philippines: transcending and institutional borders. Environmental Management. 45: 39-51

*Farley, J. (2010). Conservation Through the Economics Lens. (French translation) Environmental Management 45:26-38.

Aronson, J., J. N. Blignaut, R. S. de Groot, A. Clewell, P. P. Lowry Ii, P. Woodworth, R. M. Cowling, D. Renison, J. Farley, C. Fontaine, D. Tongway, S. Levy, S. J. Milton, O. Rangel, B. Debrincat, and C. Birkinshaw (2010) The road to sustainability must bridge three great divides. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1185:225-236.

Costanza, R. and J. Farley (2010) Box insert: What Should Be Done With the Revenues From a Carbon-Cap-and-Auction System? Solutions, 1:1 online:  http://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/node/429

Maurer, F., Schmitt, A., Farley, J., Alves, J., Oldra, A., DaRolt, L., & Francisco, F. (2009). Servićos Ambientais e a Produćčo de Leite sob Pastoreio Voisin na Agricultura Familiar: Ativos Ambientais que Devem ser Considerados. Revista Brasileira de Agroecologia, 4(2), 3830-3834

Back, F., Schmitt F., A., Alves, G., Felipe Francisco, Surdi, J., Busnardo, F., & Farley, J. (2009). Programa de Fortalecimento da Agricultura Familiar através da Produćčo Ecológica inserida nos Processos de Recuperaćčo Ambiental e Gestčo da Paisagem. Revista Brasileira de Agroecologia, 4(2), 1926-1930

Beddoe, R., R. Costanza, J. Farley, E. Garza, Jennifer Kent, Ida Kubiszewski, Luz Martinez, Tracy McCowen, Kathleen Murphy, Norman Myers, Zach Ogden, Kevin Stapleton, and John Woodward (2009) Overcoming Systemic Roadblocks to Sustainability: the evolutionary redesign of worldviews, institutions and technologies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106:8, 2843-2489

*Farley, J. (2008) The Role of Prices in Conserving Critical Natural Capital. Conservation Biology. 22:6, 1399-1408

Farley, J. and B. Miles. (2008) Science and Problem Solving in a Political World: Lessons from Katrina.  Ecological Economics and Statistics. 11:S08, 3-20.

Costanza, R., B. Fisher, S. Ali, C. Beer, L. Bond, R. Boumans, N. L. Danigelis, J. Dickinson, C. Elliott, J. Farley, D. E. Gayer, L. MacDonald Glenn, T. Hudspeth, D. Mahoney, L. McCahill, B. McIntosh, B. Reed, S. A. T. Rizvi, D. M. Rizzo, T. Simpatico, and R. Snapp.  (2008) An integrative approach to quality of life measurement, research, and policy. Surveys and Perspectives Integrating Environment and Society. 1, 11-15

Costanza, R. and J. Farley (2007) Ecological Economics of Coastal Disasters: Introduction to the Special Issue. Ecological Economics. 63:2-3, 249-253

Voinov, A. and J. Farley. (2007) Reconciling Sustainability, Systems Theory and Discounting. Ecological Economics  63:1, 104-113

Farley, J., D. Baker, D. Batker, C. Koliba, R. Matteson,  R. Mills and J. Pittman. (2007) Opening the Policy Window for Paradigm Shifts: Katrina as a Focusing Event.  Ecological Economics. 63:2-3, 344-354

Costanza, R., B. Fisher, S. Ali, C. Beer, L. Bond, R. Boumans, N. Danigelis, J. Dickinson, C. Elliott, J. Farley, D. Gayer, L. MacDonald Glenn, T. Hudspeth, D. Mahoney, L. McCahill, B. McIntosh, B. Reed, S. A. Rizvi, D. Rizzo, T. Simpatico, and R. Snapp (2007). Quality of Life: An Approach Integrating Opportunities, Human Needs, and Subjective Well-Being. Ecological Economics 61:2-3 267-276

Farley, J. and H. Daly. (2006) Natural Capital: The Limiting Factor. A Reply to Aronson, Blignaut, Milton and Clewell. Ecological Engineering. 28:1, 6-10

Gates, J. Edward , N. Dawe, J. Erickson, J. Farley, V. Geist, H. Hands, P. Magee and D. Trauger (2006) , A critical analysis of The Wildlife Society’s position statement on economic growth. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 34(2): 507-511 (peer edited).

Silvano, R., S. Udvardy, M. Ceroni  and J. Farley (2005). An Ecological integrity assessment of a Brazilian Atlantic Rain Forest watershed based on surveys of stream health and local farmers’ perceptions.  Ecological Economics. vol. 53, issue 3, pages 369-385

Voinov, A., L. Bromley, E. Kirk, A. Korchak, J. Farley, T. Moiseenko, T. Krasovskaya, Z. Makarova, V. Megorski, V. Selin, G. Kharitonova, R. Edson (2004).  Understanding Human and Ecosystem Dynamics in the Kola Arctic: a Participatory Integrated Study.  Arctic, v. 57, no. 4, Dec. 2004, p. 375-388

Ferreira, D., S. Suslick, J. Farley, R. Costanza, S. Krivov (2004). A decision model for financial assurance instruments in the upstream petroleum sector.  Energy Policy 32, no.10 p. 1173-1184

Farley, J. and R. Costanza (2002)  Envisioning Shared Goals for Humanity: a detailed, shared vision of a sustainable and desirable USA in 2100. Ecological Economics vol. 43 (2-3) 245-259

Boumans, R., R. Costanza, J. Farley et. al. (2002) Modeling the Dynamics of the Integrated Earth System and the Value of Global Ecosystem Services using the GUMBO model.  Ecological Economics vol. 41 (3) 529-560

Farley, J. (2000) Should Market Economists be Protesting the WTO Too?. Ecological Economics, vol. 33, No. 3, June, 2000.

In review

*Farley, J., M. Burke and A. Aube. Allocating Essential and Non-substitutable Resources on an Unequal and Full Planet. Ecological Economics

 *Farley, J. Seeking Consilience for Sustainability Science: Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and the New Economics. Sustainability Science

Other Peer Reviewed Publications

*Farley, J. and M. Ceroni (forthcoming) Ecological Economics and Biodiversity. Teaching module prepared for NCEP (Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners). http://ncep.amnh.org/index.php?globalnav=resources&sectionnav=modules&sectionsubnav=find_modules&action=default

Costanza, R., G. Alperovitz, H. Daly, J. Farley, C. Franco, T. Jackson, I. Kubiszewski, J. Schor, P. Victor and R. Colman (2012). Building a Sustainable and Desirable Economy-in-Society-in-Nature. New York, United Nations Division for Sustainable Development.

Books

Costanza, R., G. Alperovitz, H. Daly, J. Farley, C. Franco, T. Jackson, I. Kubiszewski, J. Schor, P. Victor and R. Colman (2013) Vivement 2050 ! Programme Pour Une Économie Soutenable Et Désirable (English title: Building a Sustainable and Desirable Economy-in-Society-in-Nature). Translated by Valérie Denot.  Institut Veblen pour les réformes économiques: Paris

Daly, Herman and J. Farley (2010) Ecological Economics: Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition. Island Press: Washington, DC.

Farley, J., J. Erickson and H. Daly (2005). Ecological Economics: A Workbook for Problem-Based Learning.  Island Press: Washington, DC.

Daly, Herman and J. Farley (2004). Ecological Economics: Principles and Applications. Island Press: Washington, DC. 450 pp. Translated into Chinese and Portuguese, also published in India.

In Preparation

Farley, J. and D. Malghan (eds.) Beyond Uneconomic Growth: Ecological Economics, and the Future of the Planet. Edward Elgar, London

Farley, J. and D. Malghan (eds.) A Festschrift in Honor of Herman Daly. Encyclopedia of Earth. On-line: http://www.eoearth.org/article/Herman_Daly_Festschrift_%28e-book%29

Farley, J., J. Aronson, D. de Groot and J. Blignaut.  Restoring Natural Capital: Financing and Valuation. Island Press: Washington DC

Book Chapters

Keeton, W.S.,  P.K. Angelstam, Y. Bihun, M. Chernyavskyy, S.M. Crow, A. Deyneka, M. Elbakidze, J. Farley, V. Kovalyshyn, I. Kruhlov, B. Mahura, S. Myklush, J.S. Nunery, I. Soloviy, L. Zahvoyska. (2013) Sustainable Forest Management Alternatives for the Carpathian Mountains with a Focus on Ukraine, in: J. Kozak, et al. (Eds.) Integrating Nature and Society Towards Sustainability, Environmental Science and Engineering, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg pp. 331-352.

Farley, J. and S. Perkins (2013) Economics of Information in a Green Economy. In R. Robertson (ed.) Building a Green Economy. Michigan State University Press, Lansing pp.

Farley, J. (2013) The Economics of Sustainability in U. Diwekar and H. Cabezas (ed.) Sustainability: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives. Bentham Open E-books.

Costanza, R., G. Alperovitz, H. Daly, J. Farley, C. Franco, T. Jackson, I. Kubiszewski, J. Schor and P. Victor (2013). Building a Sustainable and Desirable Economy-in-Society-in-Nature. State of the World. W. W. staff. Washington, DC, Island Press pp. 126-142

Schmitt Filho, A., J. Farley, G. Alarcon, J. Alvez and P. Rebollar (2013).  Integrating Agroecology and PES in Santa Catarina’s Atlantic Forest.  R. Muradian and L. Rival (eds.)  Governing the provision of environmental services. Springer Verlag pp. 333-356

de Freitas, N. and J. Farley (2012) Restoring Ecosystem Services in Riparian  Zones by Promoting Working Forests in Sčo Paulo, Brazil.  In D. R. Gallagher (ed.) Environmental Leadership: A Reference Handbook. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA

Farley, J. and A. Schmitt (2012) Ecosystem Services, Agriculture, and Economic Institutions. In M. Brouwer (ed.) The Ecosystem Promise. Partner in communications and sustainable development, Bunnik, the Netherlands. pp. 32-37

Farley, J. , R. Costanza, and G. Flomenhoft (2012) Ecosystem Services and Property Rights.  In M. Brouwer (ed.) The Ecosystem Promise. Partner in communications and sustainable development, Bunnik, the Netherlands pp. 162-165

Costanza R., Farley J. (2011) Common Asset Trusts and the World Environmental Constitution. In Y. Tunytsya (ed.) World Environmental Constitution. Methodological basics. Lviv: Publishing House of UNFU, 2011: 224-225.

 van den Belt, M., V. Forgie and J. Farley (2011) Valuation of Ecosystem Services. In: van den Belt M. and Costanza R. (eds) Volume 12, “Ecological Economics of Estuaries and Coasts”. In Wolanski E. and McLusky D.S. (eds) Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Pascual, U. and R. Muradian (coordinating lead authors), L. Brander, E. Gómez-Baggethun, B. Martín-López, and M. Verma (lead authors), P. Armsworth, M. Christie, H. Cornelissen, F. Eppink, J. Farley, J. Loomis, L. Pearson, C. Perrings, S. Polasky (contributing authors) (2010) The economics of valuing ecosystem services and biodiversity. in TEEB, (2010) The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity: The Ecological and Economic Foundations. Earthscan Press

Farley, J. (2010) Ecological Economics.  In R. Heinberg and D. Lerch (eds.) The Post Carbon Reader - Managing the 21st Century’s Sustainability Crises. On-line: http://www.postcarbon.org/reader

Costanza, R., J. Farley, and I. Kubiszewski (2010) Adapting Institutions for Life in a Full World. Pages 85-90 in E. Assadourian (project director), L. Starke, and L. Mastny, editors. 2010 State of the World: Transforming Cultures. WW Norton and Co., New York.

Farley, J. (2009) Ecological economics and sustainable forest management. In I.P. Soloviy and W.S. Keeton (eds.) Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forest Management: Transdisciplinary approach to the Carpathian Mountains. Ukrainian National forestry University Press/Liga-Press,  Lviv, Ukraine. pp. 40-54

Farley, J., L. Zahvoyska, and L. Maksymiv (2009) Transdisciplinary paths towards sustainability: new approaches for integrating research, education and policy. In I.P. Soloviy and W.S. Keeton (eds.) Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forest Management: Transdisciplinary approach to the Carpathian Mountains. Ukrainian National forestry University Press/Liga-Press,  Lviv, Ukraine. pp. 55-69

Farley, J. (2008) Environmental valuation and its application. In F.G. Faleiro and A. L. Farias Neto (eds.) Savanas: Desafios e estratégias para o equilíbrio entre sociedade, agronegócio e recursos naturais. 

Campos, E., J. Farley and P. Pereira. (2007) Agregando a disposićčo a trabalhar voluntariamente (DTV) ą metodologia de valoraćčo dos bens e servićos ambientais: prinćípios e validaćčo em remanescentes da Mata AtlČntica em Minais Gerais. In L. Yamaguchi et al. (eds.) Aspectos sócio-econômicos e ambientais da produćčo de leite. EMPRAPA: Juiz de Fora, MG.

Farley, J. and E. Gaddis.  (2007) An ecological economic assessment of restoration.  In J. Aronson, S. Milton and J. Blignaut.  Restoring Natural Capital: Science, Business and Practice. Island Press: Washington, DC.

Farley, J., E. Gaddis, W. Rees and K. VanDis. (2007) Our global footprint: Managing global public goods.           In J. Aronson, S. Milton and J. Blignaut.  Restoring Natural Capital: Science, Business and Practice. Island Press: Washington, DC.

Rees, W., J. Farley, R. de Groot, and E. Vesely.  (2007) Valuing natural capital and the costs and benefits of restoration. In J. Aronson, S. Milton and J. Blignaut.  Restoring Natural Capital: Science, Business and Practice. Island Press: Washington, DC.

Costanza, R., J Farley, P. Templet (2002) Background: The Quality of Life and the Distribution of Wealth and Resources.  In Costanza, R. and S. E. JŅrgensen (eds.) 2002.  Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a New, Integrated Hard Problem Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 324 pp.

Farley, J., R. Costanza, P. Templet et al. (2002)  Synthesis: The Quality of Life and the Distribution of Wealth and Resources.  In Costanza, R. and S. E. JŅrgensen (eds.) 2002.  Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a New, Integrated Hard Problem Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 324 pp.

Forthcoming Chapters (completed)

Farley, J. (forthcoming). Building an Ecological Economy. Herman Daly Festschrift (e-book). J. Farley, D. Malghan and R. Goodland (eds.), Encyclopedia of Earth. Available on-line at http://www.eoearth.org/article/Herman_Daly_Festschrift_%28e-book%29.

Farley, J. and I. Kubiszewski (forthcoming) The Economics of Information in a Post Carbon World, in Hepting, D. (ed.)  Free Knowledge, open source, on-line book

 

Other edited volumes

Costanza, R. and J. Farley. (2010) Special issue on Payments for Ecosystem Services. Ecological Economics 69

Costanza, R. and J. Farley.  (2008) Special issue on the Ecological Economics of Coastal Disasters. Ecological Economics 63:2-3

 

Encyclopedia Articles

Farley, Joshua (in press). Ecological Economics (revised for 2nd edition), in The Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics, 2nd ed. (C. Mitcham, ed.). Macmillan Reference, USA.

Farley, J. (in press). Ecological Economics. In Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles, and Practices.  Macmillian Reference

Farley, J. (2012). Natural Capital. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability. R. K. Craig, J. C. Nagle, B. Pardy, O. Schmitz and W. Smith. Gt Barrington, MA, Berkshire Publishing. Draft

Farley, J.  (2008) Limits to Growth. In J. B. Callicott and R. Frodeman (Co-Eds. in Chief) Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy.  Macmillan Reference, USA, Farmington Hills, MI. pp. 45-47

Costanza, R and J. Farley (2007) Need for a shared vision of a sustainable and desirable future. In Encyclopedia of Earth (peer reviewed).  Available on-line at http://www.eoearth.org/article/Need_for_a_shared_vision_of_a_sustainable_and_desirable_future

Farley, Joshua (2005). Ecological Economics, in The Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics (C. Mitcham, ed.). Macmillan Reference, USA.

 

Letters and book reviews

Farley, J. (in press) Book Review of Enough Is Enough: Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources (2013), by Rob Dietz and Dan O'Neill, Berrett-Koehler (San Francisco) and Routledge (London), 240 pages. Ecological Economics.

Beddoe, R., R. Costanza, J. Farley, E. Garza, J. Kent, I. Kubiszewski, L. Martinez, T. McCowen, K. Murphy, N. Myers, Z. Ogden, K. Stapleton, and J. Woodward. 2009. Reply to Knecht: Achieving sustainable health. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106:E81.

Farley, J. (2007) Deep Economy, by Bill McKibben. Adbusters. 15

Farley, J. (2007) Wicked Problems, a review of Sustainability: A Philosophy of Adaptive Management, by Bryan Norton. Bioscience, v. 57, no. 9, p 797-798

Czech, B, D. Trauger, J. Farley, R. Costanza, H. Daly, C. Hall, R. Noss, L. Krall, and P. Krausman  (2005) Establishing Indicators for Biodiversity (letter). Science, v. 308, no. 5723

Farley, J. (2001) All Aboard for the Steady State Revolution.  Book Review of Czech, B. Shoveling fuel for a runaway train: errant economists, shameful spenders, and a plan to stop them all. Ecology, 82(7)

Farley, J. (2000) The Natural Wealth of Nations: Harnessing the Market for the Environment (Book Review). Ecological Economics, vol. 34, No. 4, July 2000.

Other publications

Farley, J. (2012) La protection de la nature vue par le prisme de la science économique. Veblen Institute, Paris, France.

Farley, J. and A. Samalavicius (2012) Against growth: A conversation with economist Joshua Farley (interviewed by Almantas Samalavicius). Eurozine http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2012-11-30-farley-en.html. Also published in Lithuanian in Kulturos barai (http://www.kulturosbarai.lt/

Meir, P., A. Mitchell, J. Marengo, C. Young, G. Poveda, C. Llerena, L. Rival, L. Meneses, A. Hall, R. Betts, J. Farley, S. Fordham and M. Trivedi (2011). Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation in Amazonia. Oxford, Global Canopy Program.

Farley, J. (2011) Rethinking GNP: From Welfare to Cost. Published in Al Jazeera.  October 24, 2011.

Farley, J. (2011) An Ecological Economist's Global Economic Vision: Redefining Prosperity to Mean Healthy Minds and Bodies, Strong Communities and Resilient Ecosystems. Pathways (Washington, DC), Spring, 2011

Costanza, R. and J. Farley (2010) Sustentabilidade ou Colapso (Sustainability or Collapse). Veja. Edićčo Especial: Sustentabilidade. Editora Abril. December, 2010. 43:2196

Farley, J. (2008) Questions for Mankiw. Adbusters 16:2

Farley, J. (2007) Evolution, Oil, Capitalism and the Commons. Available on-line at http://onthecommons.org/node/1180

Farley, J. (2007) The Tragedy of the Non-commons.  Available on-line at http://onthecommons.org/node/1179

Farley, J. (2007) Economics of Information III: Consumption. Available on-line at http://onthecommons.org/node/1175

Farley, J. (2007) The Economics of Information II: Production. Available on-line at http://onthecommons.org/node/1174

Farley, J. (2007) The Economics of Information, Part I. Available on-line at http://onthecommons.org/node/1168

Farley, J. (2007) Ecological Economics and the Commons: Converging Paradigms. Available on-line at http://onthecommons.org/node/1167

Farley, J. (2006) O Ensino de Economia Ecológica nos EEUU: Status, obstáculos e prospectivas. Boletim do EcoEco, Septembro, 2006

Janoo, A. C. Hauser, C. Scheidegger, C. Tribe (editor), J. Cracraft (Chairman), J. Farley, K. Kaechele, L. Salles and T. Younes (coordinators), with other authors. (2006) Biodiversity—the Megascience in Focus: Outcomes and Recommendations of the COP8 Associated Meeting, and a Statement of Principles by Brazilian Biodiversity Scientists.  Rio de Janeiro, Museu Nacional.

Farley, J. (2005) The Tragedy of the Non-commons. USSEE newsletter, summer, 2005.

Conference Proceedings: papers (* denotes invited; International in bold)

Published

Alvez, J. P., A. Matthews, J. Erickson, J. Farley, and A L. Schmitt F. (2012) Dairy Systems and Sustainability. Proceedings of the 5 national Grazing Lands (tri-enial) Conference.  Dec. 9-12, 2012, Orlando, Florida

Farley, J., M. Burke, G. Flomenhoft, B. Kelly, S. Posner, M. Putnam, A. Scanlan, and A. Witham (2012). Monetary and Fiscal Policies for a Finite Planet.  Degrowth in the Americas. May 16, 2012, Montreal, Quebec

Rebollar, P.B.M, Schmitt F., A. L., Da Ros, J., Farley,J, Trevisan, A.D. (2011) Produtores Familiares e o Código Florestal Brasileiro: A clareza da importČncia na impossibilidade de aplicaćčo (Dairy farmers and Brazilian Forest Code) Resumos do VII Congresso Brasileiro de Agroecologia, Fortaleza/CE, December 12-16, 2012. http://www.aba-agroecologia.org.br/ojs2/index.php/cad/article/view/12274/74591

*Farley, J. 2011. Green Growth: Restorative Economics for a Post Carbon Planet. Green Korea 2011 “Green Growth: Challenge, Strategy and Cooperation”. September 15, 2011, Seoul, Korea

*Farley, J. 2011. The Foundations for an Ecological Civilization (in English and Chinese).  Fifth International Forum on Ecological Civilization: Toward an Ecological Economics.  April 28-29, 2011Claremont, CA, USA

Surdi, J., Schmitt Filho, A., Farley, J., Alvez, J. P., & Satschumi, H. (2011). O fluxo de servićos ecossistźmicos na agricultura familiar da Encosta da Serra Catarinense (The flow of ecosystem services in family farming of the Encosta da Serra Catarinense). Cadernos de Agroecologia. Resumos do I Encontro Pan-Americano sobre Manejo Agroecológico de Pastagens, Chapecó, SC, Brazil.  6(2), 1-6.

Farley, J., A. Schmitt F., F. Francisco, and G. Alarcon (2010). Integrating Agroecology with Payments for Ecosystem Services in Santa Catarina’s Atlantic Forest. ISEE 2010 conference, Advancing Sustainability in Time of Crisis. Oldenberg, Germany. August 22-25, 2010

*The Limits of Marginal Valuation in Complex Systems. Invited paper and presentation.  Conservation Strategy Fund and Resources for the Future conference and workshop on Economics and the Conservation of Tropical Ecosystems, the Moore Foundation, San Francisco, CA  January 2008. http://www.rff.org/documents/08_tropics_conference/tropics_conference_papers/tropics_conference_farley_valuing_natural_capital.pdf

Santa-Barbara, J., B. Czech, H. E. Daly, J. Farley, D. Malghan (2005) Sustainable Scale In Environmental Education: Three Rules, Two Perspectives, One Overriding Policy Objective, And Six Cultural Shifts. Electronic conference proceedings, Education for a sustainable Future, International Conference, Ahmedabad, India. January, 2005

Farley, J. and H. Daly (2001) The Failure of the Free-Market on a Full Planet.  Fifth International Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) Russian Chapter. "Ecological Economic Management and Planning in Regional and Urban Systems" Institute of Control Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, September 26-29, 2001. Available on-line at http://www.ulb.ac.be/ceese/STAFF/safonov/ISEERC2001/Paper/Farley_Daly_paper.pdf

Distributed to participants

*Farley, J. et al. Money for a Finite Planet.  Creating Money for a Finite World. April 10-12, 2012. Claremont McKenna, CA

Farley, J. 2011. Institutions for Sustainable, Just, and Efficient Resource Allocation: The Vermont Common Assets Trust.  SCORAI (Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative) conference, Socio-technical Transitions, Social Practices, and the New Economics: Meeting the Challenges of a Constrained World. Mountain Lakes House, Princeton, New Jersey.

Conference proceedings: abstracts (* denotes invited; International in bold)

1.     Farley, J. (2013) Monetary and fiscal policies for a finite planet. European Society for Ecological Economics Wednesday 19 June, Lille, France

2.     Farley, J (2013) Reconciling Food Security with Ecosystem Health: Santa Catarina, Brazil, and the World Seventh Biennial Conference of the USSEE, 9-12 June, Burlington, Vermont

3.     Farley, J., F. Hall, A. Krane, M. Mostaza (2013) Transitioning to a Steady State Burlington USSEE, 9-12 June, Burlington, Vermont

4.     Farley, J. Capitalism, Cooperation and the Anthropocene USSEE9-12 June, Burlington, Vermont

5.     Farley, J. (2012) Ecosystem services valuation and trade-offs: accounting for justice and sustainability. Ecosummit. October 4, Colombus, Ohio.

6.     Farley, J. (2012) Human Behavior, Economic Institutions and the Challenges of a Full World. International Society for Ecological Economics conference.  June 16-19, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

7.     Sevak, P. and J. Farley (presenter) (2012) Valuing Essential and Non-substitutable Resources on an Unequal and Full Planet. International Society for Ecological Economics conference.  June 16-19, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

8.     Farley, J. (2011) Institutions for a Green Economy: The Vermont Common Assets Trust.  US Society for Ecological Economics 2011 conference.  Building a Green Economy. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan June 26-29, 2011

9.     Farley, J. (2011) The Economics of Information in a Green Economy.  US Society for Ecological Economics 2011 conference.  Building a Green Economy. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan June 26-29, 2011

10.  Farley, J. (2011) Synergistic Solutions to the Financial and Biophysical Crises: Fiscal and Monetary Policies for a Steady State Economy.  US Society for Ecological Economics 2011 conference.  Building a Green Economy. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan June 26-29, 2011

11.  Schmitt F., A., J. Farley, F. Mauer, J. Alvez (presenter). (2010) Farmers’ Perception about Ecosystems Services and Pasture Based Milk Production. Soil and Water Conservation Service USA 2010 conference. Ecosystem Services: Applications for Conservation Science, Policy, and Practice. St. Louis, Missouri. July 18-21, 2010

12.  J. Farley, A. Schmitt F., J. Alvez (presenter). (2010) Payments for Ecosystem Services and Agroecology in Brazil’s Subtropical Atlantic Forest. Soil and Water Conservation Service USA 2010 conference. Ecosystem Services: Applications for Conservation Science, Policy, and Practice. St. Louis, Missouri. July 18-21, 2010

13.  Bauer, A. Schmitt, J. Epping, J. Farley. (2009) Produćčo de Leite na Grande Florianópolis: Percepćčo dos Agricultores Familiares sobre a Transićčo do 'Semi-confinamento Tradicional’ para o Pastoreio Voisin (Dairy Production in Florianópolis: Farmers’ Perceptions about the Transition from Conventional Dairy to Voisin Management intensive Grazing.) VI Congresso Brasileiro de Agroecologica; II Congresso Latino Americano de Agroecologia, Curitiba, PR, Brazil. November 9-12, 2009.

14.  Maurer, F., Schmitt F., A., Farley, J. , Alvez, J., Oldra, A.,  Francisco, F. (2009) Servićos Ambientais e a Produćčo de Leite sob Pastoreio Voisin na Agricultura Familiar: Ativos Ambientais que Devem ser Considerados (Environmental Services and Pasture Based Milk Production: Assets that Need Further Consideration). Congresso Brasileiro de Agroecologica; II Congresso Latino Americano de Agroecologia, Curitiba, PR, Brazil. November 9-12, 2009.

15.  Back, F., Schmitt F., A., Alves, G., Felipe, F., Surdi, J. Busnardo, F., Farley, J. (2009) Programa de Fortalecimento da Agricultura Familiar através da Produćčo Ecológica inserida nos Processos de Recuperaćčo Ambiental e Gestčo da Paisagem. (Program for strengthening family agriculture by inserting ecological production into restoration processes and landscape management).  VI Congresso Brasileiro de Agroecologica; II Congresso Latino Americano de Agroecologia, Curitiba, PR, Brazil. November 9-12, 2009.

16.  Farley, J. (2009) Energy, Economic Systems, Competition and Cooperation. US Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC. May, 2009

17.  Maddison, J, J. Farley and D. Kirk. (2009) Revenue Generation and Distributional Impacts of The Vermont Common Assets Trust: The Case of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Absorption Capacity. US Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC. May, 2009

18.  Farley, J. Vermont's Common Asset Trust: A Practical Application Of Georgist Ecological Economics. US Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC. May, 2009

19.  Farley, J. (2009) Addressing The Financial Crisis: An Ecological Economics Approach. US Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC. May, 2009

20.  Farley J. and D. Richards (presenter) (2008) The Valuation Solution. Society for Conservation Biology, Chatanooga, TN. July, 2008.

21.  Farley, J. (2008) Climate change, peak oil and biodiversity loss: an alternative approach to assessing the costs and benefits of mitigation versus adaptation. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, VT. June, 2008

22.  Farley, J. (2008) Introduction to Ecological Economics and the Atelier Model in Ukraine, as part of a session on Sustainable Forestry in the Carpathian Ecoregion: Culture and Ecology in a Transition Economy 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, VT. June, 2008.

23.  Farley, J.  (2007) Three birds with one (photo) shot: the role of rent collection in creating a sustainable, just and efficient society. US Society for Ecological Economics, NY, NY. June, 2007

24.  Farley,  J. and E.M.G. Campos (2007) Scale, distribution and valuation: serious problems and potential solutions. US Society for Ecological Economics, NY, NY. June, 2007

25.  Farley, J. (2007)  Ecosystem services, information and the tragedy of the non-commons. US Society for Ecological Economics, NY, NY. June, 2007

26.  Reynolds, T.W. , C. Huber, and J. Farley (2007) Investing in human and natural capital: An alternative paradigm for sustainable development in Awassa, Ethiopia. US Society for Ecological Economics, NY, NY. June, 2007

27.  Kerchner, C. and J. Farley (2007) Payments for ecosystem services in a Dominican watershed: Are they enough to “tip the scale” toward forest conservation? US Society for Ecological Economics, NY, NY. June, 2007

28.  Campos, E., J. Farley and P. Pereira (2006) Economic and socio-cultural value of ecotourism and recreational activities provided by Sao Jose Mountain ecosystem (Brazil). National Extension Tourism Conference, Burlington, VT.  September, 2006. 

29.  Farley, J. and R. Costanza (2005) Complementary Currencies as a Method to Improve Local Sustainable Economic Welfare. Electronic conference proceedings, US Society for Ecological Economics, Tacoma, Washington. July, 2005

30.  Murray, B., A. Azersky and J. Farley. (2005)  Understanding and Solving the Tragedy of the Non-commons in Riparian zone management: the case of Lewis Creek, Vermont.  Electronic conference proceedings, US Society for Ecological Economics, Tacoma, Washington. July, 2005

31.  Farley, J. (2005)  Ecological Economics 101.  Electronic conference proceedings, US Society for Ecological Economics, Tacoma, Washington. July, 2005

32.  Farley, J., D. Batker, and I. de la Torre (2005) Conserving Mangrove Ecosystems in the Philippines: transcending disciplinary, institutional and geographic borders.  Electronic conference proceedings, US Society for Ecological Economics, Tacoma, Washington. July, 2005

33.  The Role of Parks in the Ecological Economy. George Wright Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA  March 14, 2005.

34.  Farley, J. and K.  Vandis  (2004) Policies towards a globally efficient allocation of ecosystem goods and services.  Electronic conference proceedings, International Society for Ecological Economics, Montreal, Quebec.  July 13, 2004

35.  Erickson, J. and J. Farley  (2004) Problem-Based Learning in Ecological Economics.  Electronic conference proceedings, International Society for Ecological Economics, Montreal, Quebec.  July 13, 2004

36.  Farley, J. (2004) Towards a Just Distribution of the Returns from Capital. Electronic conference proceedings, International Society for Ecological Economics, Montreal, Quebec.  July 13, 2004

37.  Farley, J., H. Raatikainen and L. Spring (2004) Biotechnology, Patents and Efficiency: What Impact do Property Rights to DNA have on the Common Good?  Electronic conference proceedings, International Society for Ecological Economics, Montreal, Quebec.  July 12, 2004

38.  Farley, J. (2003) The Status of Sustainability Science in Academia.  Part of a symposium on Sustainability Science, At the Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Burlington, VT September 8, 2003

39.  Farley, J. (2003) Ecological Macro-Economics. United States Society for Ecological Economics Biennial conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.  May 23, 2003

40.  Farley, J. (2003) Applied Problem-Solving Approaches to Education in Ecological Economics. United States Society for Ecological Economics Biennial conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.  May 22, 2003

41.  Boumans, R., R. Costanza, M. Wilson and J. Farley (2003) Simulating Ecosystem Services within the Context of the Global Unified Meta Model of the Biosphere. United States Society for Ecological Economics Biennial conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.  May, 2003

42.  Farley, J. (2000) Obstacles and incentives to socially rational investment in natural capital: The case of Riparian Rainforest restoration in the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland, Australia.  ISEE biennial conference. ANU, Canberra, Australia July, 2000

43.  Farley, J. (2000) The Economics of Ecosystem Health from Rainforest to Reef: A Case Study of the Johnstone River Watershed, Queensland, Australia.  International Society for Ecosystem Health conference, Brisbane, Australia.  July, 2000.

 

D.   Contracts and Grants (Academic year commitment in FTE)

Assessing the Potential for Carbon Neutral Food Systems for Chittenden County, Vermont. USDA-CSREES Hatch grant. 10/12-9/15 (PI) $41,200 plus graduate student and .1 FTE

Land Use, Ecosystem Services, Economic Institutions and Human Welfare in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest.  Collaborating Faculty Funds from the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics.  1/1/2012-5/31/2012. (PI) $8000 ~.07 FTE

Bicycles, Transportation Sustainability, and Quality of Life.  UTC Spire. 3/1/2012-2/28/2013 (co-I) $100,807  1 week summer, .14 FTE

Food Systems, Ecosystem Services and Economic Institutions. USDA-CSREES Thematic Hatch Grant.  10/1/11-9/30/12. Graduate student and .1 FTE.

Valuing rainforests as Global Eco-utilities: a novel mechanism to pay communities for regional scale tropical forest. UK National Environmental Research Council. 2009 (co-I) ~.05 FTE

 Threats, Examples and Opportunities for the Sustainable Development of the Térraba-Sierpe Mangrove of Costa Rica. Blue Moon Fund. 2008-2010 (co-I) $300,000. 1 month summer, but not taken when on sabbatical in Brazil.

Integrating Vermont’s Common Assets Trust with Payments for Ecosystem Services. Hatch Award, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.  2007-2011 (PI) $45,000, 0.1FTE plus assistantships

ARIES (Assessment and Research Infrastructure for Ecosystem Services). NSF. (Lead Economist) 2007-2010. $927,000.  1 month summer

Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES):  An International Atelier Workshop.  The Blue Moon Fund. (Co-PI) 2006-2007 $108,874 .11 FTE

Integrating Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forest Management into Ukraine’s Transition Economy. The Trust for Mutual Understanding. 2006-2007  (Co-Investigator) $28,000. .1 FTE

The Tragedy of the Non-commons in Vermont’s Forests, Watersheds and Agriculture. Hatch Award, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.  2005-2008 (PI) 0.1FTE plus assistantships

The Role of Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forestry Management in Ukraine’s Transition Economy. The Trust for Mutual Understanding. 2005-2006  (PI) $45,000

Ethiopia Atelier Gift.  To prepare for an atelier based in Awassa, Ethiopia in partnership with the Awassa Vocational Training and Debub Nigat Circus Center, the town of Awassa, FSF, and several European partners.  Given to Gund Institute for Ecological Economics by the Foundation for a Sustainable Future, based in Huntington, VT  2005-2006  $26,000. .1 FTE

A Study of the Relaunch of Burlington Bread: Measuring the Contribution of a Local Currency to Sustainable Community Development.  URECA! 2004 (Faculty mentor) $3,000

Application of Interactive Integrated Assessment and Modeling to Design Sustainable Development Strategies for Arctic Watersheds.  National Science Foundation.  2004-2005. (Co-PI). $62,000 .07 FTE

Redefining “Productive”: Implications for Sustainable Forest Management.  Northeastern States Research Cooperative.  2003-2006 (PI) $100,000

Policies Towards a More Productive Use of the Northern Forest.  Hatch Award, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.  2003-2004 (PI) $9,982. 0.1 FTE plus assistantships

Applying Spatially Explicit Dynamic Landscape Modeling to Forest Watershed Planning and Adaptive Management in the Northern Forest.  Northeastern States Research Cooperative.  2003-2006 (Co-Investigator) $135,000

Vermont Food, Farms and Schools Service Learning Project.  UVM Instructional Incentive Grant.  2003-2004 (Co-Investigator) $7500

Funding for textbook, Ecological Economics: Principles and Applications.  Santa Barbara Family Foundation.  2001-2003 (Co-PI with Herman Daly).  $100,000

‘Atelier’ Workshop/Field-Courses in Ecological Economics.  John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 2000-2003. (Co-PI with Robert Costanza) $235,000

Application of Interactive Integrated Assessment and Modeling to Design Sustainable Development Strategies for Arctic Watersheds.  National Science Foundation.  2001-2002. (Co-Investigator). $30,000

Envisioning a Sustainable and Desirable America.  Environmental Protection Agency, 2001. (Co-Investigator) $20,000

Riparian Reforestation of Stewart’s Gully in Yungaburra, Far North Queensland, Australia.  Natural Heritage Trust, 1999-2001.  (Awarded to Eastern Tinaroo Catchment Land Care Group) A$12,000

E. Presentations

Keynote and Plenary Addresses (bold denotes international)

Peace, Justice and Sustainability: the Foundations for a New Economy.  Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability conference on Ecological Justice:  Creating legacies: honoring the earth. Verona, Wisconsin. August 16, 2013

Economics, Nature and the Commons. Economics and the Commons Conference, Berlin, Germany. May 22, 2013

Impact on migration, public order/national security (plenary panel).  Will the World of 2050 be Livable?  William Patterson University Department of Political Science International Conference. March 28, 2013

The Challenge: Material and Environment Scarcity (plenary panel).  Will the World of 2050 be Livable?  William Patterson University Department of Political Science International Conference. March 28, 2013

What Could a New Economy Look Like? Re-Imagining our Economic System: A Balanced and Sustainable Economy: A Michigan Perspective. Via interactive video network. March 26, 2013. Lansing, Michigan

Un Sistema Monetario para una Economía de Estado Estacionario.  Segundas Jornadas de Economía Ecológica del Uruguay.  Via interactive video network.  December 6, 2012. Montevideo, Uruguay

Monetary and Fiscal Policy for a Steady State Economy. Biophysical Economics Conference. October 26, 2012, Burlington, Vermont

Valorizando o Essencial e Nao-substituível num Mundo Desigual: Servićos Ecossistémicos, Comida e a Floresta Amazônica (Valuing the Essential and Non-substitutable in an Unequal World: Ecosystems and Food in the Amazon Forest). Keynote Address, II Seminário Internacional de Ciźncias do Ambiente e Sustentabilidade na Amazônia. June 26, 2012. Manaus, Brazil

Gross National Happiness in Bhutan. Plenary session chair and closing comments, International Society for Ecological Economics conference.  June 16-19, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Finance and Degrowth.  Keynote address. Degrowth in the Americas. May 15, 2012, Montreal, Quebec http://vimeo.com/43654348

Economics in Harmony with Nature and Science. Plenary address at the Interactive Dialogue of the 66th Session of the United Nations General Assembly on Harmony With Nature. The UN building, April 18,  2012. New York

Money for a Finite Planet.  Plenary address. Creating Money for a Finite World. April 10-12, 2012. Claremont McKenna, CA 

Changing Complex Systems. Keynote Address. Transition to a New Economy Conference. Harvard University. March 31-April 1, 2012. Cambridge, MA

Assessing MBIs for ecosystem services: Environmental effectiveness and cost-effectiveness in theory and practice. Keynote address, Workshop on Beyond Efficiency - Exploring the Political and Institutional Dimensions of Market-based Instruments for Ecosystem Services. Berlin, Isle of Schwanenwerder, March 13-14, 2012

Ecosystem Services: Tradeoffs and Valuation.  Keynote address, Ecosystem Services Partnership conference 2011 “Ecosystem Services: integrating Science and Practice”. October 4-7, Wageningen, the Netherlands.

Green Growth: Restorative Economics for a Post-Carbon Planet. Keynote address, Green Korea 2011 “Green Growth: Challenge, Strategy and Cooperation”. September 15, 2011, Seoul, Korea

The Foundations for an Ecological Civilization.  Keynote Address.  Fifth International Forum on Ecological Civilization: Toward an Ecological Economics.  April 28-29, 2011Claremont, CA, USA

Scaling Up: Economic Systems, Ecosystems and Governance. Keynote address, Scaling and Governance Conference 2010, “Towards a New Knowledge for Scale Sensitive Governance of Complex Systems.”  November 11-12, Wageningen, the Netherlands.

Restorative Economics for a Post Carbon Planet.  Presented at The Land Institute’s Prairie Fest.  September 25, 2010. Salina, Kansas.

Enfrentando a Crise Econômica: uma perspectiva econômica-ecológica. Opening presentation for the Ecological Economics week at the Universidade Federal de Sčo Jočo del Rey. October 21, 2009.  Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Pagamentos para Servićos Ecossistźmicos: Sustentabilidade, Justića e Eficiźncia. Plenary address, Seminário Estadual sobre Pagamentos por Servićos Ambientais. August 18, 2009.   Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brazil.

Servićos Macrossistźmicos, escala sustentável, e escala desejável na Amazônia brasileira. Plenary address, the 8th Biennial Conference of the Sociedade Brasileira de Economia Ecológica, Cuiaba, Mato Grosso, Brazil. August 5, 2009

Crise Ecológica-Económica Global, Modelos de Desenvolvimento Económico e BRICsPlenary address, the 8th Biennial Conference of the Sociedade Brasileira de Economia Ecológica, Cuiaba, Mato Grosso, Brazil. August 5, 2009.

Allocating the Essential: Is Free Trade Compatible with Sustainable Agriculture? Plenary address at the Jno. E. Owens Conference: Agricultural Sustainability and Food Safety: Issues for Free Global Trade. March 4, 2009. Austin College, Sherman, TX

Agriculture, Ecosystem Services, and Market Forces: Towards a Globally Sustainable Economic System. Plenary luncheon address at the Jno. E. Owens Conference: Agricultural Sustainability and Food Safety: Issues for Free Global Trade. March 4, 2009. Austin College, Sherman, TX

Energy Technology. Plenary Address. Plenary at Planet 2050—Alternative paths to a desirable future in a changing world. Scientific Meeting in Lund/Malmö, Sweden. October 27-31, 2008

Environmental Valuation and its Applications. Plenary address at IX National Symposium on Brazilian Savannas and II International Symposium on Brazilian Savannas. Brasilia DF, Brazil. October 15, 2008.

Beyond Capitalism: Adapting to the New Scarcities.  Plenary address at International Forum on Globalization workshop: Is Capitalism Soon Over?  San Francisco, CA. October 6-8, 2008.

Confronting the Triple Crisis: Redefining What is Possible and What is Desirable.  Keynote address at the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility Greening up the Bottom Line conference.  Burlington, VT.  September 29, 2008.

Confronting the Triple Crisis: Economics for the Public Good. 11th International Winelands Conference: Sustainable Futures - What's Left? What's Right? What's Next? Spier Wine Estate, Western Cape, South Africa. 16 April 2008

Ecological Economics, Sustainable Forest Management and Scientific Ateliers. Plenary address, Opening session of atelier on Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forest Management in the Ukrainian Carpathians.  Lviv, Ukraine.  September 24, 2007

Confronting the Triple Crisis: Economics for a Sustainable, Just and Desirable Future. Plenary address at the International Forum on Globalization’s teach-in on Confronting the Triple Crisis: Climate Chaos, Peak Oil, and Global Resource Depletion. Washington, DC. September 15, 2007

Seeing the Forests and the Trees: Insights into the Allocation of Forest Resources. Opening Keynote address at the New England Society of American Foresters annual conference, Fairlee, VT.  March 21, 2007

Payments for Ecosystem Services: towards a more sustainable, just and efficient allocation of natural capital.  Plenary presented the conference: Payments for Ecosystem Services:  From Local to Global. Heredia, Costa Rica. March 9, 2007.

Towards an Economics of Sustainability: The Efficient Allocation of  Energy, Information and Ecosystem Services. Plenary presentation at the Trans-Atlantic Research & Development Interchange on Sustainability (TARDIS 2006 – A Scientific Workshop). Estes Park, Colorado, U.S.A.  September 11- 13, 2006.

Information, Ecosystem Services and the Tragedy of the Non-commons. Plenary luncheon address, international Ecological Modeling Society. Burlington, Vermont. July 9, 2006

Beyond Sacrifice: Ecological Economics in a Post Peak-Oil World.  Keynote presentation, Hobart William Smith Day, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY. April 18, 2006

On the Efficient Allocation of Ecosystem Services. Plenary presentation for the COP8 Associated Meeting: Biodiversity—The Megascience in Focus. Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.  March 15-19, 2006

Insights into the Equitable Financing of Watershed Projects.  Plenary presentation at the EPA roundtable on Watershed Finance, Washington, DC. March 9, 2006

Servićos Ecossistémicos, Informaćčo e a Tragédia dos Nčo-comuns.  Keynote address to the 6th Biennial Conference of the Sociedade Brasileira de Economia Ecológica, Brasilia, Brazil. November 24, 2005.

Defining and Measuring Natural Capital Stocks and Flows. Plenary Address the Symposium on Restoring Natural Capital, Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis, Missouri.  November 1, 2005

In Pursuit of Common Ground: Operationalizing Scale. Plenary Address at the CANSEE 2005 Biennial Conference Windows of Opportunities: How Ecological Economics is contributing to building a sustainable world.  York University, Toronto, Canada. October 28, 2005

Capitalism vs. Socialism: Ideology or Objective Science?  Keynote Address.  US Society for Ecological Economics Biennial Conference, Tacoma, WA.  July 20th, 2005.

The Tragedy of the Non-Commons: When the Sustainable, Just and Efficient Allocation of Resources Demands Community Ownership.  Keynote speech, 15th Annual Rachel Carson Forum. The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington.  May 11, 2005.

Does Globalization Increase our Economic Freedom?  Plenary address, 34 Annual Frank Church Symposium on International Affairs. Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho.  March 3, 2005.

Conservation through the Economics Lens.  Presentation and moderator of economics session at a conference on Conservation Without Borders: The Impact of Conservation on Human Communities. Hosted by The Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation and Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire. October 9, 2004

Beyond the Economics of Fish and Timber: Ecosystem Services, Information, and the Tragedy of the Non-commons. Keynote Address, Pacific Northwest Regional Economists Conference, May 19, 2004

Economy and Environment.  Keynote Address, conference on Economic Instruments for Environmental Management, sponsored by the Ministry of Public Utilities and the Environment, Trinidad, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and the United Nations Development Programme.  October 22-23, 2003.

Quality of Life and the Distribution of Wealth and Resources.  Plenary address at Ecosummit 2000: Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century.  June, 2000. Halifax, Nova Scotia

Conference Presentations (without published abstracts)

Teaching Degrowth (Round Table discussion with William Rees and Peter Victor, chaired by Ron Gamble). Degrowth in the Americas. May 14, 2012, Montreal, Quebec

Ecosystem Services, Information, and the Tragedy of the Non-commons.  Eastern Economics Association Conference, New York, NY  March 6, 2005. Redefining “Productive”: Implications for Sustainable Forestry Management.  Northeastern States Research Cooperative Conference, Burlington, VT. November 13, 2003

Applications of Ecological Economics: Reforestation on the Atherton Tablelands in the Global Context.  Lecture/workshop presented at the University of Wisconsin A.E. Havens Radfest ’99.  May, 1999.  Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

An Ecological-Economic Comparison of Mono-crop Plantations vs. Timber Production from Maximum Diversity Plantings on the Atherton Tablelands. Poster presented at the International Conference on Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management.  August 1998, Melbourne, Australia

Other Invited Presentations

Does Excessive Quantification Diminish the Social Sciences? The Case of Economics. Astor Visiting Lectureship lecture at Oxford University, March 7, 2013

Monetary and Fiscal Policy for a Steady State Economy. Astor Visiting Lectureship lecture at Oxford University, March 6, 2013

Hands-on workshop for masters students: From Small Family Farms in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest to Global Food and Ecosystems. Astor Visiting Lectureship lecture at Oxford University, March 7, 2013

The Political Economy of Ecosystem Services: Sustainability, Justice and Efficiency.  Astor Visiting Lectureship lecture at Oxford University, March 4, 2013

Economic Institutions for Sustainable, Just and Efficient Food System. OXFAM, Oxford, UK. March 4, 2013

The Need for International Land Grant Institutions. Invited presentation and panel discussion for UVM Honors College Faculty Seminar: The Legacy and Future of Morrills Land Grant Mission. August 15, 2012. Burlington, VT

Integrando Agroecologia com pagamentos para Servićos Ambientais. Dia de Campo.  May 29, 2012, Santa Rosa da Lima, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Seeking Consilience: Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and the New Economics. Distinguished Scholars Program. April 21, 2012, Haverford College, PA

A New Economic Paradigm? Moving Beyond a Broken System.  Green Mountain Global Forum. October 27, 2011,Waitsfield, VT http://blip.tv/green-mountain-global-forum)

Reclaiming the Monetary System. The Gund Institute Teach in: Economic Solutions Worth Spreading.  October 24, 2011, UVM, Burlington, VT. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgb5u680dqo&list=PL9DC42C41F858E373&index=6&feature=plpp_video

Building an Ecological Economy.  Beaming Bioneers. October 16, 2011, Montpelier, VT

Do not unto your neighbor what you would not have him do unto you: This is the Whole Law, The Rest is Commentary.  Faith and the Future of the Planet Lecture Series at Claremont School of Theology, Claremont University. April 27, 2011 Claremont, CA

An Introduction to Ecological Economics.  Webinar by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce and The Center for Leadership and Innovation University of Vermont. March 23rd, 2011, Burlington, VT.  http://www.uvm.edu/vbc/webinars/

Synergistic Solutions to the Financial and Biophysical Crises: An Ecological Economics Approach.  Presentation and Webinar address for the Solutions journal. November 3, 2010. Portland, Oregon. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9rsWxeMZ3g

Iniqüidades e possibilidades: uma perspectiva ecológica econômica. Roundtable presentation for Oikos, Mestre Ataíde, os traćos e as cores do nosso tempo. Winter Festival, Federal University of Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil.  July 13, 2010

Economia Ecológica. Roundtable presentation for Mestre Ataide: A obra, o impacto e a vida construída: economia ambiental, economia ecológica e impactos. Winter Festival, Federal University of Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil.  July 13, 2010

Economía del Cobre.  Presentation at the Intercambio de Saberes: La economía ecológica de Intag.  Nangulvi, Intag Region, Ecuador. May 10, 2010

Introducción a la Economía Ecológica. Presentation at the Intercambio de Saberes: La economía ecológica de Intag.  Nangulvi, Intag Region, Ecuador. May 11, 2010

Economia dos Servićos Ecossistźmicos.  Seminário Internacional sobre Reservas da Biosfera, Servićos Ambientais e Indicadores de Sustentabilidade. April 14-19, 2010. Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Economia para uma Planeta Finita: Economia Ecológica.  Seminar in the Fundaćčo Joaquim Nabuco, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. February 9, 2010

Economia dos Servićos Ecossistźmicos. Semana da Agronomia da UFSC.  October 13, 2009.  Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Adaptando Instrumentos Econômicos ąs Necessidades Ecológicas: Mercados na Biodiversidade? Conference on Protected Areas. September 21, 2009.  Curitiba, Parana, Brazil

Pagamentos para Servićos Ecossistźmicos: Sustentabilidade, Justića e Eficiźncia. Presentation at the workshop Compartilhando Conhecimentos e Experiźncias em Pagamentos por Servićos Ambientais. September 17-18, 2009. Manaus, Brazil

Conservation & Economic Growth: Toward a Genuine Balance. Baraboo Conservation Society, April 14, 2009. Baraboo, WI

Ecosystem Services, Information, and the Tragedy of the Non-commons. Texas A&M. April, 2009. College Station, TX

Natural Capital: An introduction to Ecological Economics. CB Richard Ellis Green Knight Meeting. Dallas, TX. March 20, 2008.

Envisioning a Sustainable and Desirable Future.  Seattle Biotech Legacy Foundation 2008 Lectures Series, organized by The Institute for Children's Environmental Health (ICEH): Seeking Solutions: Connecting Economics with Health and Environment. April 30, 2008.

Confronting Crisis: Economics for a Sustainable, Just and Desirable Future.  Open House at the Rachel Carson home. Silver Springs, MD.  April 26, 2008.

The Economics of Ecosystem Services, presented to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. Waterbury, VT  March 19, 2008

Carbon Markets Panel, Presentation at Focus the Nation Forum, UVM, January 28, 2008

Climate Change, Peak oil and Biodiversity Loss: Why Scientists are Terrified and Economists Complacent. Smith College, October, 2007

Natural Capital. Eco-innovation, Allied Waste, Sustainability Forum.  Scottsdale, Arizona.  June 13, 2007

Sustainability, Justice and Efficiency in Agriculture: Industrial vs. Local Production.  Going Local Colloquium. University of Vermont, April 19, 2007

Global Warming and Economic Growth. StepItUp rally, Madison, WI  April 14, 2007.

Beyond Economic Growth. The Madison Institute, Public Forum Event. Available online at http://www.themadisoninstitute.org/.  April 14, 2007

The Stern Report: Economics of Global Warming, Strengths & Weaknesses.  State Historical Society Auditorium, Madison, WI  April 13, 2007

Green Taxes: A practical step towards a more sustainable, just and efficient economy. Williams College, Williamstown, MS. January 18, 2007

Ecosystem Services: What are they, Why Salisbury needs them, and How to preserve them.  The Economic Perspective . Salisbury Conservation Commission. Salisbury, VT.  November 16, 2006

The Ecological Economics of the Amazon Rainforest: Why Should We Care, What Should We Do? Fleming Museum, University of Vermont. Oct. 25, 2006

Towards a Sustainable, Just and Efficient Economy in a Post Peak-Oil World.  Presented as part of the workshop At the End of the Era of Cheap Energy: Strategies and Opportunities for Economic Transformation, organized by the International Forum on Globalization. San Franciso, CA. October 13-15, 2006.

Lecture series at the National Forestry University of the Ukraine, Lviv.  May 21-26, 2006:

Š      An Introduction to ecological economics

Š      The economics of ecosystem services

Š      Ecological Economics and Policy

Š      Defining and measuring natural capital

Š      Economic globalization: Is free trade fair?

Ecological Economics 101. Presented to the Addison County Planning Commission. May 10, 2006.  Goshen, VT

Beyond Sacrifice: The Relationship between Sustainability and Quality of Life. Earth Week presentation, St. Michael’s College, Essex, VT  April 20, 2006

The Tragedy of the Non-Commons. Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute. Troy, NY. April 10, 2006

Globalization and Environmental Justice. Questioning the Role of Multinational Corporations. Panel discussion sponsored by the Rubenstein School diversity task force. University of Vermont. March 13, 2006

Beyond Sacrifice: The Relationship between Sustainability and Quality of Life.  Presentation for a seminar on Beyond Environmentalism: Envisioning a Sustainable and Desirable Future. University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. January 26, 2006

Ecological Economics, Katrina and Policy Windows. St. Martin's University, Lacey, WA. October 6, 2005

A Brief Introduction to Ecological Economics.  Evergreen State University, Olympia, WA.  May 11,  2005

The Social and Ecological Costs of Growth: How the Overdeveloped Countries are Sacrificing their Well-being on the Altar of Market Consumption.  Earth Week Teach-in, sponsored by the Earth Week Planning Committee. University of Vermont, Burlington. April 18, 2005.

“Just Trade?” - Is there such a thing as Economic Justice? A debate sponsored by Students for Peace and Global Justice. University of Vermont, Burlington.  April 11, 2005.

The Economics of Shrimp: Why Economists Should Study Ecology.  Manhattanville College, White Plains, New York.  March 14, 2005.

U.S. Consumerism: Your impact on the Global Economy.  Panel discussion at the 34th Annual Frank Church Symposium on International Affairs, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho. March 4, 2005.

The Cause and Effects of Corporate Expansion into Foreign Markets.  Panel discussion at the 34th Annual Frank Church Symposium on International Affairs, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho. March 3, 2005.

Ecological Economics, Introduction and Applications: a Case Study of Mangrove Ecosystems, Shrimp Aquaculture, and Community Empowerment.  Grinnell College, Grinell, IA.  February 26, 2005

Trade: How Fair is Free? Town Hall style discussion organized by the Students for Peace and Social Justice and the Economics Club, UVM, Burlington, VT  October 26, 2004

Politics, Economics and the Environment.  Presentation at the Bennington College Social Sciences Colloquium.  Bennington College, Bennington, VT  October 18, 2004

The Economics of Ecosystem Health.  Washington State Department of Ecology, Olympia, Washington.  May 21, 2004

Sustainable Growth: Oxymoron or Desirable End?  sponsored by GreenLaw, University of Washington Law School, Seattle, Washington.  May 20, 2004

Ecological Economics, Theory and Applications.  Evergreen State University, Olympia, Washington.  May 20, 2004

Sustainable Economies, Energy, and the ‘Triple Bottom Line’. Legislative Brief, & Panel Discussion: Renewable Energy and Sustainable Economies, sponsored by the Vermont Environmental Consortium and Norwich University, Montpelier, Vermont. Tuesday, March 16, 2004

The Limitations of Monetary Valuation.  First multi-logue, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, UVM.  February 21, 2004.

Ecological Economics Applied.  Lehigh University Environmental Seminar Series.  November 6, 2003

Eco-debate: Ecology and Recycling. International Student Week, Ilmenau.  Ilmenau, Thuringia, Germany.  May 13, 2003

Why do We Need an Ecological Economy?  International Student Week, Ilmenau.  Ilmenau, Thuringia, Germany.  May 12, 2003

The Allocation of Ecosystem Services.  University of Vermont, Department of Community Development and Applied Economics, job interview seminar. March 10, 2003

‘Optimal’ Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: local, national and international perspectives.  University of Vermont, Department of Economics, job interview seminar. February 18, 2003

The Ecological Economics of Reforestation in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest.  University of California, Santa Cruz, Environmental Studies Seminar.  February 10, 2003

Towards a Just Distribution of Resources.  Seminar Series in Ecological Economics, School for Natural Resources, University of Vermont.  February 6, 2003

Skillshare in Ecological Economics for the Philippines Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM).  PRRM headquarters, Quezon City, Philippines.  January 20, 2003

Scale and Public Goods. Ecological Economics Seminar: University of Vermont Department of Economics. November 6, 2002

The relationship of the national and regional economy to environmental stewardship, as part of the Department of Environmental Conservation Day, 2002.  State Capitol Building, Montpelier, Vermont.  September 19, 2002

Strong Sustainability, in a debate on strong vs. weak sustainability Presented at GriStuF, the Greiswald International Student Festival, The University of Greiswald, Greiswald, Germany.  June 4, 2002

Economics of Rainforests and Rainforest Restoration: The allocation and provision of ecosystem services.  Presented at GriStuF, the Greiswald International Student Festival, The University of Greiswald, Greiswald, Germany.  June 3, 2002.

Genetic Engineering: How does it Affect the Home Gardener? Presented at the University of Maryland Master Gardener Advanced Training Day. College Park, Maryland. May 31, 2002

Towards a Just, Sustainable and Desirable Future: Ecological Economics in Theory and Practice. University  of Vermont School of Natural Resources.  March 25 , 2002.

Ecological Economics, Quality of Life and Macroeconomic Policy. Guest lecture, University of Maryland Ecological Economics Seminar, March 8, 2002, College Park.

Biotechnology, Gardening and the Market Economy. Presented at the University of Maryland Master Gardener Advanced Training Day. College Park, Maryland. May 31, 2001

Trade, International Development and Sustainability:  Lecture delivered by Interactive Video Network to universities in China, Vietnam and Thailand as part of the World Bank Distance Learning Course on Environmental Compliance  and Enforcement.  December, 2000

A Guide to Critiquing Economic Analysis.  Presented at the Skillshare/Training on Ecological Economics and Ecosystem Health as Applied to International Finance and Trade, September 15, 2000.  Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC.

Economics, Evolution, Ecology: Does the Free Market have a Niche?  University of Maryland Ecological Economics Seminar, September 8, 2000, College Park.

Model for the Design and Delivery of a Masters of Science in Environmental and Natural Resource Management: Training Practitioners.  Presented at the Review Workshop for the Proposed University of the West Indies M.Sc. in Tropical Environmental Management, May 11-13, 2000 Antigua, WI.

The World Trade Organization— Inefficient, Unfair, and Anti-democratic: An economist’s viewpoint.  APEX (Asia Pacific Environmental Exchange) Press conference delivered during the 1999 Seattle World Trade Organization Protests.  November, 1999. Seattle, Washington (Available on line: http://www.wtowatch.org/media)

Ecological Limits and the Free Market Economy: Speech delivered at the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum at Claremont McKenna College, as part of the Robert’s Environmental Center series on Environmental Activism.  October, 1999.  Los Angeles, California

F. Invited Participation in Workshops, Symposia and Roundtables

Towards a Sustainable Global Financial System: Assessing the Perspective of Special Drawing Rights linked to commodity buffer stocks. Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies.  December 8-9, 2012, Potsdam, Germany

How can we influence ag and medicine in achieving the necessary transition to a dynamic, resilient, sustainable future? Mountain Sky Guest Ranch, Emigrant, Montana. September 21 – 26, 2011

Intercambio de Saberes: La economía ecológica de Intag.  Nangulvi, Intag Region, Ecuador. May 10-11, 2001

The Planet 2050 - Alternative paths to a desirable future in a changing world. Top Scientific Meeting in Lund/Malmö, Sweden. October 27-31.

Is Capitalism Soon Over? International Forum on Globalization workshop. San Francisco. October 6-8.

The Future Climatic Window: Local Impacts of Climate Change. Sponsored by the Wegener Centre, UniGraz, and the Federal Ministry of  Education, Science and Culture, Austria.   Seggau Castle, Leibnitz, Austria.   January 25 – 27, 2007

End of the Era of Cheap Energy: Strategies and Opportunities for Economic Transformation, organized by the International Forum on Globalization. San Franciso, CA. October 13-15, 2006.

Trans-Atlantic Research & Development Interchange on Sustainability (TARDIS 2006 – A Scientific Workshop). Estes Park, Colorado, U.S.A.  September 11- 13, 2006.

COP8 Associated Meeting: Biodiversity—The Megascience in Focus. Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.  March 15-19, 2006

EPA roundtable on Watershed Finance, Washington, DC. March 9, 2006

34th Annual Frank Church Symposium on International Affairs, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho. March 3, 2005.

Vermont Environmental Consortium Panel Discussion on Renewable Energy.  Montpelier, Vermont. March 16, 2004

 

IV. TEACHING AND TRAINING

A. Courses taught

University of Vermont

Š      Ecological Economics. CDAE 195, ENVS 141, NR 141

Š      Monetary and Fiscal Policy for a Steady State Economy. CDAE 395, MPA 395

Š      Vermont Common Assets Trust. CDAE 395, MPA 395

Š      Institutional Roadblocks to Sustainability. CDAE 296; NR 385

Š      Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forest Management.  Field component in Transcarpathia, Ukraine.  CDAE 296

Š      Sustainable Business, CE summer course

Š      Payments for Ecosystem Services: From the local to the Global. Field component in Costa Rica. CDAE 296

Š      Community and International Development: Green Awassa: Investing in Human and Natural Capital in Ethiopia. Field component in Ethiopia. CDAE 296.

Š      Introduction to Public Policy, PA 306

Š      Ecological Economics, CDAE 395

Š      Public Budgeting and Finance, PA 305

Š      Complementary Currencies and Community Development, CDAE 295

Š      Teaching Community Development, CDAE 291

Š      Economics of Sustainability, CDAE 237

Š      Sustainable Development in Small Island States: St. Lucia CDAE 195

Š      Sustainable Community Development, CDAE 102

Š      Agricultural, Resource and Community Development Economics, CDAE 61

Š      The Impact of Industrial Shrimp Aquaculture on Mangrove Ecosystems, Fisheries and Local Communities, CDAE 291. Field component in Palawan, the Philippines.

 

Universidade Federal de Bahia, Salvador, Brazil

Š      Economia Ecológica.  Graduate program in Geology. Universidade Federal da Bahia, Institute for Geosciences, Department of Geology and Applied Geophysics. July, 2010

Š      Short course.  Economia Ecológica: Conceitos e Aplicaćões. Universidade Federal da Bahia, Institute for Geosciences, Department of Geology and Applied Geophysics. July, 2010

 

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil

Š      Economia Ecológica (with Dr. Lauro Mattei), Centro Socioeconômico, CNM 7238, Departamento De Ciźncias Econômicas, Spring, 2010

Š      Economia Ecológica e Agroecologia (with Dr. Abdon Schmitt), Graduate Program in Agroecosystems, PGA4100-03, DZDR, Fall, 2009

 

Universidade Federal de Sčo Jočo del Rey

Mini-course A Economia como Ciźncia Ética: o papel da biofísica e natureza humana no desenho das instituićões econômicas. October, 2009

 

University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados

Š      Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, NRM 620, Spring 2002 and 2003

 

University of Maryland

Designed and organized two team-taught graduate atelier field courses:

Š      Restoration of Brazil’s Atlantic Forest as a Watershed Management Tool.  January, 2002

Š      Sustainable Tourism in Small Islands of the Caribbean: Lessons from Dominica.  June 2001

 

School for Field Studies Centre for Rainforest Studies

Š      Directed Research (6 semesters)

Š      Environmental Policy and Socio-economic Values (6 semesters)

Š      Tropical Reforestation (6 semesters, team-taught)

 

B. Guest Lectures

Š      Economia Ecológica for the course "Sustentabilidade Urbana e Rural” de Engenharia Ambiental
Universidade Federal de Sčo Carlos, Brasil. Interviewed by Skype by Prof. Ricardo Siloto da Silva.

Š      Engenharia Ambiental, da Universidade Federal de Sčo Carlos, Brasil.

Š      Economia Ecológica e Agroecologia (UFSC, Foragem Cultura, Abdon Schmitt Filho) Spring, 2010

Š      Economia Ecológica e Pagamentos para Servićos Ecossistźmicos (UNISUL, Paola Rebollar) Fall, 2009

Š      Aplicaćões da Economia Ecológica: Pagamentos para Servićos Ecossistźmicos (UFSC, Desenvolvimento Rural Sustentável, Paola Rebollar) Fall, 2009

Š      Pagamentos para Servićos Ecossistźmicos: Sustentabilidade, Justića e Eficiźncia (UFSC, Agroecologia, Clarilton Ribas), Fall, 2009

Š      Ecological Economics (University of Wisconsin, Biology and Society. Pawley)

Š      An Introduction to Ecological Economics (ENVS 002, Kaza)

Š      NAFTA (Practical Spanish, Fossani)

Š      Globalization and Trade (CDAE 195, Flomenhoft)

Š      An Introduction to Ecological Economics and Problem Based Learning. NR 385: Ecological Economics. Fall, 2006

Š      Envisioning Sustainable and Desirable Communities. CDAE 102, Sustainable Community Development. University of Vermont, Spring, 2006

Š      Applied Ecological Economics. Economics 101, St. Martins University, Spring 2006

Š      A Brief Overview of Ecological Economics. Economics 101, St. Martins University, Spring 2006

Š      The Ecological Economics of Nickel Mining. CDAE 292: Graduate Seminar. Fall, 2005

Š      Ecological Economics 101. Vergennes High School, Fall, 2005

Š      Ethnobotany, the Tragedy of the Commons and the Tragedy of the Non-commons, Fall, 2005.

Š      Community Development as Capital Investments: A Case Study from the Philippines. CDAE 218: Community Leadership, Organization and Institutional Development, University of Vermont, Spring 2005.

Š      The Resources of Nature and the Nature of Resources. NR 185, CDAE 195, BSAD 095, ENVS 195, EC 095: Introduction to Ecological Economics. University of Vermont, 2003

Š      Envisioning a Sustainable and Desirable America. CDAE 102: Sustainable Community Development. University of Vermont, 2002

Š      A Historia da Intervencao Estadounidense na America Latina. Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, 1994.

 

C.  Teaching and Advising Awards, Honors and Grants

Š      Bernardo Aguilar Award to honor the most outstanding teacher in the field of ecological economics, awarded by the student members of the USSEE, 2007

Š      Chosen as Service Learning Fellow, January, 2007

Š      Mini-grant in Service Learning, UVM, for the Green Awassa Atelier,  2006 $ 700

Š      Two awards in recognition of valuable contributions to the students of UVM (Class of 2006)

Š      Awarded 7 service learning TAs through the CUPS program

Š      Nominated twice for the Kroepsh-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Award, UVM

Š      Mini-grant in Service Learning, UVM , to develop a local service learning project for CDAE 237: The Economics of Sustainability, 2004-2005 $ 600

Š      Nominated for the Outstanding Service-learning Faculty award, University of Vermont

 

D. Graduate Student Committee Membership (*advisor, #co-advisor)

Current:

Gisele Alarcon#                       PhD     Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

Andrea Brasilero#                    PhD     Universidade de Sčo Paulo

Veronica Sosa Gonzalez          PhD     RSENR, UVM

Paola Rebollar                         PhD     Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

Skyler Perkins*                      MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Colin McClung*                     MPA   Public Administration, CDAE, UVM

Patrick Scheld*                       MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Ashleigh Sewell*                    MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

 

Completed:

Juan Pablo Alvez         PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Daniel C. Andrade       PhD     Instituto de Economia, UNICAMP

Carlos Lessa Brandčo  PhD    História das Ciźncias e das Técnicas e Epistemologia, UFRJ

Bryan Foster               PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Eisenhower Douglass*           PhD     Economics, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados

Brendan Fisher                        PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Nathan Hagens                        PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Ida Kubiszewski          PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Deepak Malghan         PhD     School of Public Policy, University of Maryland

Luz Martinez               PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Trista Patterson           Ph.D    Marine, Estuarine and Ecological Science, UMD College Park.

Rosimeiry Portela        Ph.D.   Marine, Estuarine and Ecological Science, UMD College Park.

Helena Vladich            PhD     Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Juan Barraza Gomez   MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Candice Barrow           MS      Natural Resource Management, UWI, Cave Hill, Barbados

Matias Chiota              MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Agata Czerminska       MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Keri Davis                   MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Marigo Farr*              MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Karen Fligger              MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Kate Forrer                  MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Mark Gately*              MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Jimena Haza                MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Carmen Jaquez            MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Robin Kemkes*          MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Brian Kelly*               MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Charles Kerchner        MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Dan Kirk*                   MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

David Kuhn                 MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Luz Martinez               MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Jessica Massanari*     MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Stephanie Morse         MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Stephen Posner           MA      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

David Propen*                        MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Amanda Richardson* MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Rebecca Rockefeller    MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Jaime San Roman        MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Elise Schadler              MS      Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM

Phoebe Spencer           MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Kevin Stapleton*         MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

Patrick Wood*                        MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

John Woodward*       MS      Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM

 

E. Advising and hosting visiting scholars

Visiting professor

Abdon Schmitt Filho, PhD., Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

Post Doctorates

Eneida Maria Goddi Campos, PhD., Universidade Federal de Sčo Jočo del Rei

Norton de Freitas Filho, PhD, State government of Sčo Paulo, Environmental Sanitation and Technology

Master’s student

Arun Sreekumar, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Nehru Nagar, Bhopal 462003

 

F. Senior theses

Felipe Francisco, UFSC

Colin Arisman, UVM

Jennifer Kaulius, UVM

 

V. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

A. Professional and Academic Societies

International Society for Ecological Economics

United States Society for Ecological Economics

Ecosystem Services Partnership

American Society for Public Administration

Mortar Board Society

 

B. Awards and honors:

Astor Visiting Lectureship, Oxford University, Spring 2012

Fulbright Fellow, Fall 2009, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Selected for an Honors College Faculty Seminar on Quality of Life, August, 2005

A.D. White Fellowship, Cornell University, 1990, 1991, 1993

S.S.R.C. International Pre-dissertation Fellowship Program, Brazil, 1991, 1992

Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, Portuguese, 1989-1990;

Herbert H. Lehman Fellowship, 1988-1990;

Dean’s Fellow, Columbia University, 1988-1989.

 

C. Conference organization

Organizing committee for the International Society for Ecological Economics conference in Rio de Janeiro, June, 2012

Organized a workshop on Ecosystem Services: Tradeoffs and Valuation. Ecosystem Services Partnership conference 2011 “Ecosystem Services: integrating Science and Practice”. October 4-7, Wageningen, the Netherlands.

Organized a symposium Celebrating Herman Daly’s Contributions to Ecological Economics. US Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC. May, 2009

Organized a three part symposium on Ecological Economics with a Georgist Flavor United States Society for Ecological Economics Biennial conference, NY, NY. June 2007

United States Society for Ecological Economics Biennial conference, Tacoma, WA. Program committee, abstracts committee.

Sustainable Communities Conference, Burlington, VT.   July 14-18, 2004.  Planning committee.

United States Society for Ecological Economics Biennial conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.  May 22-24, 2003 program committee

Envisioning a Sustainable and Desirable America, Oberlin University, Oberlin, Ohio. January 8, 2001. Organized conference, co-authored web page (http://www.uvm.edu/giee/ESDA/). 

 

D. Published/Televised Interviews and Coverage

Economic and job potential of an ecological economy.  Interviewed by Joe Gainza for Gathering Peace WGDR/WGDH 91.1 FM/91.7 FM.  Plainfield, VT. 1:00-2:00 PM Sept. 25, 2012 www.wgdr.org

Rethinking Economic Growth interviewed by Justin Ritchie & Seth Moser-Katz of the Extraenvironmentalist. www.energybulletin.net/media/2012-05-26/rethinking-economic-growth

A UN commissioned economist delegation called on the Prime Minister yesterday in Thimphu in preparation for the high level meeting on happiness and well-being that will held in April. Published in Kuensel, Thimphu, Bhutan. February 4, 2012.  http://www.kuenselonline.com/2011/?p=26422

Why Health Care Can’t Follow Free Market Principles. Interviewed by Betty Keller. RETN Channel 16 on Monday, December 19, 2011 at 8:00 PM; Tuesday (12/27) at 9:00 PM.  http://www.retn.org/programs/why-health-care-cant-follow-free-market-principles

A New Economic Paradigm? Moving Beyond a Broken System. Broadcast of Green Mountain Global Forum presentation, CH 44 (http://www.mrvtv.com), November, 2011

Lessons in Protest.  Interviewed by Tim Johnson, Burlington Free Press.  Burlington, VT. October 25, 2011

Transparent Radiation. A move written, directed, and edited by Hillary Archer, with Jon Erickson as executive producer. Debuted October, 2011

Macroeconomics for a Sustainable society.  Interviewed by Joe Gainza for Gathering Peace WGDR/WGDH 91.1 FM/91.7 FM.  Plainfield, VT. 9:00-10:00AM Oct. 18, 2011 www.wgdr.org

UVM Teach-in on Occupy Wall Street. Interviewed by Pat Bradley.  WAMC Radio.  Plattsburgh, NY.  Oct. 21, 2011 http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wamc/news.newsmain/article/0/2706/1866241/WAMC.News/University.Plans.Seminar.on.Occupy.Wall.Street.Motivations

The Country Watches Vermont Health Care (with Dr. Eugene Farley). Interviewed by Betty Keller for We're All in This Together. Town Meeting Television. Burlington, VT. Oct. 24, 27, 30, 31, Nov. 5., 2011 http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/were-all-together-country-watches-vermont-health-care

Growth (with Robert Costanza). Interviewed by Cheri Stuller for Sustainable Today. Portland, Oregon. http://sustainabletoday.org/Sustainable%20Video.html

Ecological Economics. Interviewed by Marvin Polis for Edmonton’s 'The Way we Green' initiative. http://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/city_wide_initiatives/the-way-we-green-videos.aspx. 2010

Servicios Ecosistémicos y la Mineria. Interviewed by Willy. Radio Intag, Nangulvi, Ecuador.  May 12, 2010.

Cobb, C. and P. Diaz (2010). Why Global Poverty? Think Again. A Companion Guide to the Film “The End of Poverty”. Interviewed by Philippe Diaz. Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, NY

The End of Poverty?  A movie by Cinema Libre. (Originally presented at Cannes, 2008, but released in US Cinemas in 2009 and on DVD in 2010). Interviewed by Philippe Diaz

Rock Steady: Moving Toward a Steady-State Economy. Interviewed by Susan Arterian Chang. The Investment Professional. October 9, 2009

A Economia Vai Mudar. Interviewed by Andreia Fanzeres. O Eco. Online at http://www.oeco.com.br/reportagens/37-reportagens/22266-a-economia-vai-mudar. August, 2009

August 07, 2009.Consume like it’s 1969. By Tim Johnson, Burlington Free Press. Front page. July 28th, 2008.

The Revolution Will Begin with a Textbook.  An article discussing the Daly and Farley textbook by Tom Green. Adbusters, July, 2007

At Issue with Ben Merens, Wisconsin Public Radio.  Available on-line at http://www.wpr.org/merens/  5:00-6:00 PM,  Jun 4, 2007

Ecological Economy Will Be Forum Topic. by Anita Weier. The Capital Times. Thursday, April 12, 2007

Gary Null's Natural Living.  WPFW-FM (89.3) Economic Growth and Ecological Degradation.  Washington, D.C. 12:30-1:00 PM, March 23, 2007

Adbusters.  Economists get Stern Warning.  Interviewed in March 2007 issue.

Gary Null’s Natural Living.  Investing in Human and Natural Capital.  Interviewed by Gary Null. WPFW-FM (89.3) Washington, D.C. 3:00-4:00 PM, July 10, 2006

Adbusters. Why are Students Leaving Politics out of Economics? Interviewed in June 2006 issue.

Gary Null’s Natural Living. Economics and Community. Interviewed by Gary Null. WPFW-FM (89.3) Washington, D.C. 3:00-4:00 PM, April 25, 2006

What’s On-Line? quoted in article by Dan Mitchell, New York Times. March 4, 2006. Technology section. 

Joshua Farley, Ecological Economist. WorldChanging Interviews. Interviewed by Hassan Masum. Available on-line at http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/004143.html. February, 2006

Economia em mutaćčo. O Eco (Electronic Brazilian periodical on the environment). Interviewed in Portuguese by Carolina Elia, Available on-line at http:// www.oeco.com.br.  November 26, 2005

Gary Null’s Natural Living. Federal Reserve Policy. Interviewed by Gary Null. WPFW-FM (89.3) Washington, D.C. 3:00-4:00 PM, October 3, 2005

Gary Null’s Natural Living. Ecological Economics and Katrina.  Interviewed by Gary Null. WPFW-FM (89.3) Washington, D.C. 3:00-4:00 PM, September 26, 2005.

Gary Null’s Natural Living.  Ecological Economics and the War in Iraq. Interviewed by Gary Null WWRL-AM (1600), New York City. 1:20-1:50 PM, September 26, 2005

Think Global, Eat Local: Sustainable Food.  Earth Engine.  Available on-line at http://www.earthengine.net/EE/

Yeast of Eden. (Story and interview by Bill Mckibben).  Seven Days. June 8, 2005

On the Waterfront with Melinda, Vermont Public Television.  Interviewed by Melinda Moulton on the Burlington Currency Project.  April 14th, 2005

Josh Farley fuses economics with the laws of nature and gives the market an environmental edge, a section in the cover story Revolutionary Minds: 18 iconoclasts and icons who are redefining science (interviewed by Daniel Porras). Seed Magazine, Fall 2004, p. 72.

Moving Beyond Autistic Economics.  The Vermont Cynic (interviewed by Nicholas Rahaim) September 28, 2004 (http://www.vermontcynic.com/news/2004/09/28/News/ Moving.Beyond. Autistic.Economics-734507.shtml)

Economists Lead the Change. Adbusters Magazine.  No Future, #55 Sept/Oct 2004.  (http://www.adbusters.org/metas/eco/truecosteconomics/economists.html)

Economics for a small planet:  New text takes on a different set of questions. The Vermont Quarterly.  Summer, 2004 (http://www.uvm.edu/*uvmpr/vq/vqsummer04/news.html)

Textbook Extends Economics.  By Kevin Foley. The View, Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2004

The Skeptical Economist: Rewriting the Book on Economics.  Grist Magazine  (interviewed by Lissa Harris) April 9, 2003 (http://www.gristmagazine.com/maindish/harris040903.asp)

Dramatic Gund Workshop Explores Mangrove Ecosystem. The View (interviewed by Kevin Foley) February 5, 2003  http://www.uvm.edu/theview/article.php?id=688

Bound for New Shores. The Vermont Quarterly.  Spring, 2002.

E. Consulting

Eco-sustainability Council, Allied Waste

Environmental Protection Agency, 2006. Peer reviewer for the STAR and GRO Fellowships.

World Bank, 2005 Quality Enhancement Review for WBIEN: Markets for Environmental Goods and Services Training Program.

 

VI. OUTREACH AND SERVICE

UVM

2011-present       Faculty standards committee, CALS

2010-11               Faculty search committee for Director, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, RSENR

2008-present       Advisory Board, Institute for Global Sustainability

2007                     Faculty search committee for tenure track professor, CDAE

2004-present       Ecological Economics Certificate Committee

2004-present       Fellows committee, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics

2004-2007           Advisory Board, CUPS

2003-present       Committee on International Programs, CDAE

2003-2004           College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Research and Scholarship Committee.

Professional

2012-present       Board of Directors, International Society for Ecological Economics

2012-present       Board of Directors, Natural Paths Sanctuary

2012-present       Editorial Board, Challenges in Sustainability

2012-present       Conselho editorial, Nucleo de Estudos de Economia Catarinense

2011-present       Associate Editor, Ecosystem Services

2011-present       Board of Directors, Natural Paths Sanctuary

2010-present       Editorial Board, Sustainability Science

2010-present       Advisory Board, Austin College Center for Environmental Studies

2010-present       Community Advisory Board, the Story of Stuff

2009-present       Editorial Board, Solutions Journal

2009-present       Fellow, Post Carbon Institute

2008-2010           Member of policy committee, Society for Conservation Biology

2008                     The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production.  Conservation.

2007-2009           Board of Directors, Unites States Society for Ecological Economics

2005-present       Board of Directors, Earth Economics.

2004-2009           Board of Directors, the Schalkenbach Foundation

2002-2007           Advisory Board, The Scale Project. 

2004-2006           Board of Directors, Burlington Currency Project

2004-2005           Board of Directors, Unites States Society for Ecological Economics

2003-2005           Finance Committee, United States Society for Ecological Economics.

2002-2005           Advisory Board, Asia Pacific Environmental Exchange (APEX)

2001-2002:          Board of Directors, Chesapeake Ranch Water Co., 11560 HG Trueman Rd., Lusby, MD, 20657

1997-1999:          Secretary, Eastern Tinaroo Catchment LandCare Group, inc.  Yungaburra, QLD, Australia.

1996-1999:          Extensive involvement in rainforest restoration projects, including nursery management (collected and germinated seeds, cared for seedlings), organizing and carrying out projects.  Atherton Tablelands, QLD, Australia

 

Review of journal articles and books for:

Bio-economics, Bioscience, Conservation Biology, Conservation Letters, Ecological Applications, Ecological Economics, Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Ecosystem Services, Environmental Management, Forest Policy and Economics, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Land Use Policy, Nature Conservation, Restoration Ecology, Solutions, Sustainability Science, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, Routledge, Science, Springer Verlag and many others