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Richard B. Norgaard (born August 18, 1943) is a Professor Emeritus of Ecological Economics in the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California, Berkeley, the first chair and a continuing member of the Independent Science Board of CALFED (California Bay-Delta Authority), and a founding member and former president of the International Society for Ecological Economics. He received the Kenneth E. Boulding Memorial Award in 2006 for recognition of advancements in research combining social theory and the natural sciences. He is considered one of the founders of and a continuing leader in the field of ecological economics."Who will get rich on oil from sea?: Bidding system for offshore leases criticized for favoring major firms On the auction block: 'Not good news' OFFSHORE OIL: America's trillion-dollar decision Limited drilling Changes possible Pace of leasing An even break," The Christian Science Monitor, John Dillin, April 18, 1974.

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