Eric Miller is Contract Faculty in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
I specialize in the economics of environmental issues and public policy.
This includes the scope of natural resource economics, environmental economics, and ecological economics.
Since 2018 I direct York's Ecological Footprint Initiative and manage the Footprint Data Foundation as its Secretary and Treasurer. Within this initiative I developed and teach courses in Ecological Footprint Accounting and Ecological Footprint Analytics and I direct the work of a great team that produces the National Ecological Footprint and Biocapacity Accounts.
Since 2018 I train parks professionals in ecoligal economics through the Canadian Parks Collective for Innovation and Leadership (CPCIL).
Since 2006 I routinely teach the faculty's Environmental Economics and Ecological Economics courses in the graduate and undergraduate program.
From 2017-2018 I supported the faculty's involvement with the Sustainability Network Environment & Economy Fellowship Program (SNEEF).
From 2015-2018 I taught Methods of Ecological Economics to graduate students at McGill, York, and University of Vermont through the E4A project.
From 2012-2013 I contributed to the development of Green Economic Macro-Model and Accounts (GEMMA).
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