1. How does transdisciplinarity respond to different socio-ecological contexts?: Integrating diverse fields of enquiry.
Rappo Miguez, Susana Edith
2. Ecological Economics as a paradigm to support grassroots alternatives: Agroecology, solidarity economies and markets, alternative currencies, workers’ control, among others.
3. Imagining future societies: What do alternative models of “good living” mean?
4. Feeding 9 billion humans: Food security or food sovereignty?; rural-urban transitions.
Toledo Manzur, Víctor M.
5. Social metabolism: Evolving relations between society and the planet.
6. Globally diverse inequities: Social and environmental conflicts; environmental and climate justice; ecological debt; gender; indigenous rights; appropriation of means of livelihood.
7. Ecological macro-economics: Prosperity without growth; degrowth.
8. The economy of care and eco-feminist economics.
9. Ecosystem services, valuation languages, tools of measurement and policy instruments; legal and social processes; multi-criteria analysis.
10. Energy transitions, climate analysis and policies.
11. Global and regional sustainability and commerce: Finance, trade policy.
12. Education for sustainability: Curricula, methods and popular education.
13. Participations in Spanish in any of the themes mentioned above.