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The United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) hosts biennial meetings to provide a national and international forum that focuses on the latest issues and shares the latest developments in Ecological Economics.

The Fourth Biennial Conference of the USSEE, ?Creating Sustainability Within Our Midst: Challenges for the 21st Century,? took place in June 2007 in downtown New York City on the campus of Pace University. Partnering with the Pace Institute for Environmental & Regional Studies as a co-sponsor, the conference offered a variety of themes and special symposia featuring collective interests as well as regional issues and amenities.

Topics at the conference included the ecological economics of climate change, energy, biodiversity, ecosystems, and resource systems; valuation methodologies and issues thereof; population concerns; regional studies of sustainable development; greening the building industry; green entrepreneurship; and education in ecological economics and sustainability.