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Green Thomas

Profesor Asociado
Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Matemáticas
Contacto
Correo electrónico: thomas.green@urosario.edu.co
Dirección: Sede Quinta de Mutis. Carrera 24 # 63C-19.
Número de teléfono: (+57-1)297 0200 ext 3404
Formación

Nivel en el que dicta: Pregrado

Pregrado en Estudios interdisciplinarios, Universidad de Waterloo, 1987.

Maestría en Estudios interdisciplinarios en economía ecológica, Universidad de Victoria, 1998.

PhD en Estudios interdisciplinarios en economía ecológica, Universidad de British Columbia, 2012.

Profesor Visitante, Quest Universidad Canada, 2010-2013.

Facultad Asociado, Royal Roads Universidad, 2014-2016.

Profesor Visitante, Centro para el diálogo, Universidad de Simon Fraser, 2014-2015.

Profesor Asociado, Universidad del Rosario (2017-a la fecha).
 
Pertenece al Grupo de investigación: Ecología Funcional y Ecosistémica


Publicaciones:

2016. Green, T.L., Kronenberg, J., Andersson, E., Elmqvist, T., Gómez-Baggethun, E. Insurance value of green infrastructure in and around cities in the face of climate extremes. Ecosystems. 19, 1051-1063.

2015. Hahn, T., McDermott, C., Ituarte-Lima, C., Schultz, M., Green, T.L. and Tuvendal, M. “Purposes and degrees of commodification: economic instruments for biodiversity and ecosystem services need not rely on market or monetary valuation.” Ecosystem Services. 16, 74–82.

2015. Green, T. L. “Lecturers’ perspectives on how introductory economic courses address sustainability”, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 16(1).>br />
2013. Green, T. L. “Teaching (un)sustainability? University sustainability commitments and student experiences of introductory economics”, Ecological Economics, 94: 135-142.

2013. Menzel, S. and Green, T. L. “Sovereign citizens and constrained consumers: Why sustainability requires constraints on consumption choice.” Environmental Values, 21: 59-79.

2012. Green, T.L. “Introductory economics textbooks: What do they teach about sustainability?” International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 4(3): 189-223.

2009. Ban, N. C., Caldwell, I. R., Green, T. L., Morgan, S. K., O'Donnell, K., & Selgrath, J. C. “Diverse fisheries require diverse solutions.” Science, 323 (5912): 338-339.

2007. Green, T. L. “Improving human wellbeing and ecosystem health on BC's coast: The challenge posed by historic resource extraction.” Journal of Bioeconomics. 9(3): 245-263.

2007. Green, T. L. “Grounding the conversation to ensure a better textbook – A comment on: ‘Is there life after Samuelson’s economics?’” Post-Autistic Economics Review, 43:52-56.

2000. Green, T. L. “Confusing liquidation with income in BC’s forests.” Ecological Economics 34 (1), 33-46.

1997. Green, T.L. Cloning planet Earth: What can natural selection tell us about the economics of biodiversity? Global Biodiversity 7, 31–37.

Capítulos en libros

2016.Green, T.L. “How the discussion of economic growth and biophysical limits in principles of economics textbooks has evolved since 1948” Invited chapter for Victor, P. and Dolter, B. (eds.) Handbook of Growth and Sustainability. Edward Elgar Publishers [in press].