Regional Society: ANZSEE
I teach environmental law subjects and write a lot on the intersection between law and sustainability. Increasingly I find it necessary to address ecological economics as an essential element of the research paradigm I am engaged in. It is apparent to me that a significant adjustment is needed to current economic theories. This is evidenced by the current series of events and crises, including climatic and biodiversity crisis and the need to reorientate the global economy to embrace sustainability. I am keen to address this through being part of the ISEE board to encourage a full and courageous take up of this important debate.
MPhD, BComm, LLB, LLM, Grad Cert in Law Teaching