ANZSEE 2013 Conference: 11-14 November, 2013

A belated shout- out on behalf of the Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics (ANZSEE),  who is organizing what I think will be a pretty amazing conference from 11-14 November 2013, at the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU in Canberra.

(I might be biased – I’m the Secretary of ANZSEE and part of the conference organising committee).

Here are the details:

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ANZSEE 2013 is the conference of the Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics. Together participants will addresses some of the biggest issues faced by society, and explore potential solutions.

Keynote speakers:

  • Professor Jon Altman, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU
  • Professor Chris Ansell, Politics and Governance, University of California Berkeley
  • Dr Juliet Christian-Smith, Water Program, Pacific Institute, USA
  • Professor Bob Costanza, Chair in Public Policy, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU
  • Dipak Gyawali, UNUIAS/UNESCO Visiting Professor on Water and Cultural Diversity, Nepal
  • Dr Manuka Henare, Mira Szászy Research Centre, University of Auckland
  • Professor John Thwaites, National Sustainability Council, ClimateWorks Australia and the Monash Sustainability Institute.
  • Professor Richard Wilkinson, University of Nottingham, co-author of The Spirit Level

The deadline for abstracts and other proposals has been extended to the 23 August 2013. Proposals for papers, working groups and symposia should be submitted online via the conference website. Please contact the secretariat if more time is required.

Registration is now open: early bird registration fees close on 9 September 2013.

Nominations are also open for the ANZSEE PhD Prize in Ecological Economics, which recognizes the most significant thesis in the field of ecological economics during 2012-2013.

For more information, visit the website: www.anzsee.org , or contact the conference secretariat via email anzsee2013@gmail.com or phone 61 2 6281 6624.

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