Centre for Food, Resource and Environmental Economics (CFREE)


Welcome to the Centre for Food, Resource and Environmental Economics (CFREE)

Situated at the University of British Columbia, the Centre for Food, Resource and Environmental Economics facilitates collaboration, outreach, and policy development in the Cascadia region and beyond.

Based at the University of British Columbia’s Vancouver campus, the Centre for Food, Resource and Environmental Economics (CFREE) connects researchers from across the Cascadia and Pacific Northwest regions. The Centre’s UBC members include environmental, resource, and food economists from the Faculties of Land & Food Systems, Arts, Applied Science and Forestry, as well as the Sauder School of Business.

CFREE sponsors a bi-weekly Works in Progress (WiP) lunch, as well as coordinates research seminars across the UBC-V campus; upcoming events are advertised on our events page. The Centre’s members publish research that helps policymakers, industry leaders, and academics understand the complex interactions between incentives, policy, and our shared environment.

 

Natural Resources Canada Recruitment Presentation

Natural Resources Canada Recruitment Presentation A former student, Wrenna Robertson would like to share her experience working in policy at Natural Resources Canada. Wrenna will give a presentation on Tuesday September 25, 2018 at 2 PM in room FNH 220. The Policy Analyst Recruitment and Development Program (PARDP) is Natural Resources Canada’s signature accelerated development […]
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CREE 2018 CALL FOR PAPERS

CREE 2018 CALL FOR PAPERS Deadline for Submission: July 8, 2018 Instructions for Abstract Submissions The 28th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Resource and Environment Economics (CREE) Working Group will take place on the weekend of September 28th through 30th. This year, CREE is being hosted in Montréal, Québec at UQAM’s École des Sciences de […]
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The Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) is seeking academic research projects

Get up to $25,000 to Support your Environmental Economics Research. The Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) is seeking academic research projects in the following areas: Policies for a Low Carbon Economy Innovation & Competitiveness Conservation (including species at risk protection) Data Set Development & Linkages This is an opportunity to: Produce research to […]
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WiP Talks 2017

The UBC Environment, Resource, and Agricultural Economics community will be starting up the Works in Progress (WiP) talks again in February 2017. View our events calendar for more information on the WiP Talks schedule.
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    See our full calendar of events HERE