On the 4th of December, Christopher C. Moore held a seminar on the prize winning article; "An attribute-based approach to contingent valuation of forest protection programs".
Chris-Moore-with-two-representatives-from-Wibe-family-sa-LfstrmFrom the left: Christopher C. Moore, Åsa Löfström (Sören Wibes widow) and Pascal Wibe (Sören Wibes nephew). Photo: Ola Carlén.

This was the very first award ceremony for "The Nobel Prize in forest economics?" (quote from Environmental Economics), the Journal of Forest Economics Sören Wibe prize.
The prize was instituted in honour of the Journal of Forest Economics founder, Sören Wibe and is awarded biannually. The award is made possible through the support of Sören Wibe's family and the publisher Elsevier.
Read more about the prize and the jury's motivation.