Section Economics shares commitments and insights with participants of BIOECON XXI in Wageningen

Published on
September 11, 2019
The Twenty-First International BIOECON Conference is held in Wageningen, 11-13 September 2019. Issues of inequality and poverty in biodiversity conservation and natural resource management are high on the agenda at this BIOECON XXI. BIOECON XXI is hosted by the Section Economics of Wageningen University. We look forward to exchanging ideas and learning from each other.
Achieving economic development that is both environmentally sustainable and socially equitable is one of the key challenges of the 21st Century. Economic development should reduce poverty, enhance food security, and generate a sustainable foundation for future wealth creation. The mission of the Section Economics in Wageningen is to provide a better understanding of the economics of sustainable and equitable development. This is a goal we share with the BIOECON community, which is why we are excited to host BIOECON XXI.