Bridging ecology, education, and the economy beyond the COVID-19
We gradually but incessantly destroy the planet when the economy holds the most significant focus in our lives. Our views on three basic elemental concepts filled with evidence are often placed in the wrong order of priority: economy, education, and ecology. To assess how this reversal came to be, it is essential to acknowledge that we all exist within the Universe, which a scientist has termed as a united and coherent whole.
The present pandemic is without borders and has deeply shaken the lives of billions of people worldwide, living no economy or organization unaffected. The COVID-19 has significantly deteriorated existing health systems and supply chain, making unemployment and the economic outlook of the globe bleak. The pandemic has brought about severe consequences that are currently testing and undermining every nation’s preparedness and resilience. For those who have been at the forefront soliciting urgent action to reverse climatic conditions and heal the planet, the immense intensity and diverse challenges that the COVID-19 brings sounds familiar.
When the COVID-19 becomes a think of the past, and the sheds come off, nations will have to look closely at the level of habitat destructions, invasion into the only little wilderness we now have, chemical-based agricultural practices, and climatic change drivers. There will be measurements of the tremendous costs all of these has to the economy and human health. Therefore, foundations will be laid for economic, ecological, and educational practices to combat critical environmental issues across all boards and for a very long time. This edited guide will provide immense insights to students of economics, ecology, and, most significantly, environmental ethics, sustainable development, and environmental education.
Main Themes of the Book Project
- the economics of natural resource scarcity
- ecology, economics and the biophysical constraints to economic growth
- ecological economics
- the economics of sustainable development
- the economics of pollution
- valuing the environment
- the economics of natural resources
- population, development and the environment
- Environmental Economics
- Energy Economics
- Climate Change
- Environmental Education
Recommended Topics for Applications
Insights on ecological economics foundations
The environment and the current plight of humanity
Repatriation of economics and ecology
Assessing the actual cost of protecting the environment
Assessing sustainability practices
Environmental policy mechanisms
Policy instruments: foundational insights
The target audience of this book are academics, scholars and researchers who are interested in the quantitative, experimental and econometric analyses and are willing to enrich their knowledge in the field.
Submissions are ideally between 6,000 and 7,000 words, although shorter submissions (25,000-50,000 words) will be considered for our publication. Authors interested in submitting a paper should contact the editor directly (firstname.lastname@example.org ).
The proposals and chapter manuscripts chosen by the editor will be forwarded to the double-blind review process, then if required translation, proofreading, editorial and publishing phases will be completed.
This book project is carried out by the editor, apart from the publisher.
Meltem INCE YENILMEZ
Yasar University Selcuk Yasar Campus Agacli Yol Univ.Cad.
No:37-39 37100 Bornova/Izmir- Turkey
Bandirma Onyedi Eylul Universitesi Merkez Yerleskesi 10200