The Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management has contributed to the establishment of the
and is one of its co-implementers on behalf of Eberswalde University for Sustainable development.
+++ 15 December 2017. In November Greenpeace Romania released the Primary forests potential map of Romania developed in partnership with the Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management at Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, Germany and the Geography Department of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iași, Romania. The map was developed to boost the process of identification and protection of Europe’s last temperate primary forests outside Russia. The Ministry of Waters and Forests took our map as basis for the primary forests national inventory. Read more ... +++
+++ In December 2016, a research report on roadless areas was published in Science - a Centre team led the research. Check out our specific website: www.roadless.online +++
We define Econics as an approach to studying the dynamics and functioning of (complex and holarchically nested) ecological systems with the aim of deriving management solutions for natural resource-dependent socio-economic systems as a gateway towards sustainable development under global change.