The conference programme will cover all areas of environmental and resource economics, ranging from topics prevailing in the general debate, such as climate change, Kyoto protocol, energy sources, ETS, to less publicized and very specialized subjects such as biodiversity loss, waste accumulation, toxic waste disposal, packaging reduction, adaptation to climate change. We expect around 700 participants from all over the world, engaged in environment related activities in various capacities - researchers, teachers, students, professionals, policymakers, managers. Special emphasis will be given to the interaction between the growing scientific knowledge on environmental issues and the economics and politics of sustainable human development.
Rome ranks among the great world capitals. The city and its surroundings offer invaluable artistic, cultural and entertainment opportunities, and their landscape has a unique historical fascination. The University of Tor Vergata is located outside the urban area, but is conveniently linked by underground to the city centre and central railway station (Stazione Termini), which is in turn the city terminal of the Aeroporto Internazionale Leonardo Da Vinci. The other airport, Ciampino, is located along the Via Appia close to the Castelli Romani, and is conveniently connected to the campus.
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