The Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management is supported by a registered society
On 11 October 2013, the Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management e.V. has been founded as a registered society or association according to corresponding German law. The association supports the academic centre as it was established by Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development (EUSD) and Writtle College, being part of the Faculty of Forest and Environment of EUSD.
The aim of the registered association is to promote and apply the principles and practices of econics to sustainable development, with particular emphasis to ecosystem management and ecosystem-based adaptation to global change. This aim will be achieved through the following actions:
- Develop a distinctive body of research that has direct application to the needs of the environmental sector.
Widen and strengthen higher education in the fields of environmental studies, biodiversity conservation and global change.
- Promote career opportunities for both undergraduate and postgraduate leavers through the continued work with various sector organisations.
- Seek and develop opportunities of working with a range of environmental organizations towards improved practices in sustainable development.
Centre for Econics and
Alfred-Möller Street 1
Prof. Dr. Pierre Ibisch
Dr. Peter Hobson
Christoph Nowicki (Managing director/ Geschäftsführung)
Tel/Phone +49 (0)3334 657-178
Fax: +49 (0)3334 657-162
BIC / Swift: GENO DE F1 ETK
Konto Nr./IBAN: 0003286231/ DE02830944950003286231
Aktenzeichen VR 6126 FF;
Amtsgericht Frankfurt (Oder)
Members of the registered society
Uli Gräbener, Michael Succow Stiftung
Peter Hobson, Writtle University College
Pierre Ibisch, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development
Christoph Nowicki, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development
Stefan Kreft, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development
Sascha Müller-Kraenner, Deutsche Umwelthilfe
Gideon Spanjar, University of Amsterdam of Applied Sciences
Marcus Waldherr, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development
Martin Welp, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development