Heednet (Heterodox Economics for Environment and Development Network) is a group of researchers, academics, policymakers and others interested in bringing a "diverse and dynamic range of economic thinking" to environmental and sustainable development policy, by taking a heterdox economics approach to research, teaching and training. The Network aims to bring together academics and policymakers for a dialogue on current environmental and sustainable development policy issues and foster co-operation in promoting heterodox economics teaching in environmental policy. The website includes a membership list, details of events organised by and of interest to the Network, a brief bibliography of relevant readings, an archive of research papers (available as PDF files), links to related websites and further details on the work of the Network. Users can also subscribe to the email discussion list.Intute.ac.uk