I will be speaking at the Belfast Summit on Global Food Integrity (May 28-31) about the strategies and the decision-making framework of food risk analysis in the Nordics. The talk reflects on a recent research study conducted by the University of Oslo (UiO) and the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO).
The title of our abstract is “Uncovering the strategies within the decision-making framework of food risk analysis in the Nordics”
A book on best practices on mapping and assessing wetlands has just been published, based on our findings from the WetEcos project and our previous publications. The book is titled “Best practices guide on mapping and assessing wetland ecosystems and their services” and is published by Universitas (ISBN 978-973-741-534-9).
The core Econ project prepared an introductory economics curriculum that is freely available online. The e-book is simply called The Economy and provides lecture slides and tests, covering several economic issues like inequality, globalization, climate change, etc. Some of the material of the course has been used at colleges around the world, including the University College London and Sciences Po, in Paris.
Lamprinakis, L., Rodriguez, D. G. P., Prestvik, A. S., Veidal, A., and Klimek, B. (2017). A Mixed Methods Approach Towards Mapping and Economic Valuation of the Divici-Pojejena Wetland Ecosystem Services in Romania. Proceedings In Food System Dynamics (ISSN:2194-511X): Pages 31-47. Available online.