RECENT PAPERS

1. BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, EUROPE – NOVEMBER , 2012
a) MIC Conference, November 22-24, 2012, Budapest.
Presentation title: Sustainable Development: An Alternative Approach

b) CEU (Central European University) invited presentation for graduate students
and professors, Budapest, November, 2012.
(same presentation content as MIC conference 2012 in Budapest)

2. NANAIMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA – OCTOBER, 2012
VIEA (Vancouver Island Economic Association) Summit, October 15, 2012.
Invited speaker.

3. QUITO, ECUADOR - JUNE, 2012
Ecuador International Conference, Quito, June 6-7, 2012
Presentation title: Sustainable Development: An Alternative Approach.
  

4. SALZBURG, AUSTRIA - 2011
Invited article for the Journal of the European Academy of Science and Arts,
Salzburg, and State Environmental Council of Poland, called Problems of Sustainable Development. 
Article name: The Deep Roots of Sustainability, published in Vol. 6, No.1, 2011.

5. PORTOROZ, SLOVENIA, EUROPE - 2011
MIC Conference , November 23-26, 2011
MIC (Management International Conference) is an academic organization that
Represents management studies in Eastern and Southern European countries.
Presentation title: Universal Values: Implications for Management Educators.

6. BERLIN, GERMANY - 2011
Sustainability workshop (with invited participation), Rosa Luxemburg
Foundation, October 28-30, 2011.

7. AHMEDABAD, INDIA - 2009
Workshop (invited 40-50 participants). Purpose of gathering: To discuss the concept of  “democracy” based on Gandhi’s writings and its significance for today’s crisis.
Gathering name: “Sangithi on Hind Swaraj”, January 30 – Feb. 1, 2009.

8. VANCOUVER, CANADA - 2009
CANSEE Conference Report: Eva Kras (president of CANSEE) was asked to
Provide this report to the president of ISEE due to the CANSEE conference being the first country conference to attempt “integration” of a conference with other
Sustainability related groups. In addition the following report was completed at the CANSEE Vancouver Conference. It includes a comparison of CANSEE and USEE related to Ecological Economics themes. The survey was undertaken by a highly respected international research group from CSIRO, Australia, directed by Anthony Ryan in Vancouver.

9. MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - 2011
Three invited related articles were written for a premier quality Latin American Publication (TEOREMA AMBIENTAL, www.teorema.com.mx), concerning mainly ecologically related issues. The 3 articles (published in Spanish, but appear here in English) appeared during 2011 in Teorema Ambiental.  The first of these articles outlined the roots of our crisis, the second article outlines the deeply held universal human values which form the foundation for our principles and values. The third article outlines how sustainable thinking (universal values) affect all of our practices.

10. HALIFAX, CANADA - 2007
CANSEE Conference held July 26-28, 2007 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Title of presentation: Philosophical Roots of Ecological Economics: What is
Involved in our Transformation in Thinking?

11. DELHI, INDIA - 2006
The international ISEE conference was held December 15-18, 2006 in  Delhi, India.
Title of panel article presentation: Root Values and Ecological Economics: Relationship with Gandhian Principles And Values.