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Undergraduates present at USSEE

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Five students: Lucia Moreira, Belkis Montas, Martina Yorde, Natalie Ruben, and Taber Skiba had their projects accepted for presentation and have been working with Dr. Madhavi Venkatesan to finalize their presentations for the United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) Virtual Conference. The presentation took place Friday, April 16 at 3pm ET
The USSEE theme is Building Resilient Economies in a Time of Uncertainty. The student’s presentation are listed individually below, representing the conference sub-theme “Natural Capital, Governance, Management, and Policy.”

Social media for social change? 
Martina Yorde, Natalie Ruben Northeastern University 

Water market failure: Solutions in sustainable economics 
Taber Skiba Northeastern University 

Connecting the supply chain with consumption: Can education reduce food waste? 
C. Lucia Moreira, Belkis Montas Northeastern University

Abstracts for all of the presentations can be found on the USSEE website.

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