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If you are an economist who shares our vision of an applied, relevant, and realistic economics that is committed to social equity and environmental sustainability at its core, we invite you to join the E3 Network.

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Economists who register with E3 Network are included in our Green Economist Directory, an online guide to economists willing to engage with real world environmental issues and debates on either a fee or pro-bono basis. Economists in the directory may be contacted for research and consulting opportunities, public speaking, preparing testimony, and other opportunities.

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