Seminars and Workshops in Environmental Economics
EPA's National Center for Environmental Economics (NCEE) regularly hosts seminars on timely topics in environmental economics. Below is a list of upcoming and recent seminars. Click on each entry to learn more about the featured presenters and their presentation topics.
Environmental Economics Seminars
NCEE provides this forum for presentations on timely topics in environmental economics. Researchers from EPA, other federal agencies, and academia present current work, followed by a collegial discussion of this research. Topics are chosen based on relevance to current EPA issues and, more broadly, to issues of concern to the environmental economics research community. These topics include exploration of innovations in economic research methods as well as how research results can be used to improve environmental policy making.
While subject to change, we try to hold these seminars monthly at EPA headquarters. If you would like to be added to the distribution list for information about these seminars, please contact Carl Pasurka (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Note: Hosting these seminars does not necessarily express or imply EPA approval or endorsement of the speaker’s views.
Note to media: NCEE seminars are off-the-record events. For media inquiries, please contact the Office of Public Affairs (https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-public-affairs-opa).
Upcoming and Recent Seminars
A full list of all previous seminars dating back to 2007 is available here: Past Environmental Economics Seminars
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Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series
NCEE last hosted an Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop in 2012. Previously, some workshops were co-sponsored by EPA’s National Center for Environmental Research (NCER).
A full list of past workshops dating back to 1998 is available here: Past Environmental Policy and Economics Workshops.