Beatriz Rodríguez-Labajos – BSc Economics, PhD Researcher in Environmental Sciences (Ecological Economics and Environmental Management). Lecturer at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2005-2009), professor at the Autonomous University of the Mexico State (1997-2003) and Autonomous University of Zacatecas (1996). Her research interests are the socioeconomic dimension of risks to biodiversity and ecosystem services. Her field experience includes local development of protected areas in Mexico and social perception of invasive species in Europe, specially in aquatic ecosystems. Currently she is a member of the EJOLT coordinating unit.
Joan Martinez-Alier; Hali Healy; Leah Temper; Mariana Walter; Beatriz Rodriguez-Labajos; Julien-François Gerber; Marta Conde. 2011. Between science and activism: learning and teaching ecological economics with environmental justice organisations. Local Environment, 1/16: 17-36.