This workshop will be conducted in Boulder, CO on June 12-14. The due date for abstracts has been extended to March 30, 2012. There is still time for submittal.
The aim for the workshop is the creation of a four year, multi-disciplinary program that combines the skills of economists, sociologists and natural scientists to advance methodologies for assessing the impacts on decision making in government and industry with improved understanding of our environment . While this is not a new field, it is one that could use more systematic approaches and good case studies for validation.
Registration and abstract submission for the workshop can be done at www.benefits2012.org.