Research Group Economics for a Sustainable Environment (ECSEN)

The Research Group “Economics for a Sustainable Environment” aims to continue the interdisciplinary work started by their members some years ago. Through a synthesis of analytical categories of ecological and economical nature, they have developed and applied operational methods for a sustainable environmental management.

This Research Group was officially recognized by the Technical University of Madrid (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, UPM) in the first call of Research Groups in November of 2004.

Colleagues and Collaborators

Isabel Barja. Department of Biology, Autonomous University of Madrid.

Luis Diaz-Balteiro. Economics for a Sustainable Environment Research Group, Technical University of Madrid.

Emilio R. Diaz Varela. Department of Agroforestry Engineering, University of Santiago de Compostela.

Gema Escribano-Avila. Area of Biodiversity and Conservation. King Juan Carlos University.

Juan E. Malo. Department of Ecology, Autonomous University of Madrid.

Cristina Mata. Department of Ecology, Autonomous University of Madrid.

M. Cruz Mateo Sanchez. Ecology and Sustainable Forest Management, Technical University of Madrid.

Ignacio Mola. Innovation & Sostenibility Department, Obrascon Huarte Lain, Inc. – OHL.

Manuel B. Morales. Department of Ecology, Autonomous Univeristy of Madrid.

Santiago Saura. Department of Natural Systems and Resources, Technical Univeristy of Madrid.

Mario Soliño. Forest Research Centre (CIFOR), National Institute for Agronomic Research (INIA).

Juan Traba. Department of Ecology, Autonomous University of Madrid.