Updated 20 June 2016: For a complete conference schedule go to http://www.isee2016.com/about-isee2016/schedule/.
Dear ISEE members and friends,
The sessions are organized according to the seven topics or tracks that were announced in the call for papers. Please review the schedule carefully. Some of the full sessions appear to be incomplete. Some papers are co-authored, and we need you to please indicate the presenters.
Please also be reminded that only registered presenters will be listed in the conference program and on the conference website. Papers whose presenters have not registered will, unfortunately, have to be removed from the schedule. My sincere thanks to those colleagues who have agreed to serve as coordinators for the sevens topics/ tracks. They are:
(1) Sustaining Food and Water: Mathew Richardson
(2) Sustaining Sources and Sinks: James Kahn
(3) Urban Sustainability and other Regional Approaches: Dwane Jones
(4) Transforming Economic Growth and Redefining Economic Measures: Sabine O’Hara
(5) Social Stability and Economic Behavior: Malva Reid
(6) Public Policy for Local and Global Sustainability: Kamran Zendehdel
(7) Ecological Economics Education and Communication: Elgloria Harrison
Our co-sponsor, the International Society for Bio-Physical Economics, will be holding its meeting in conjunction with ISEE 2016. Sessions will be co-located so that it will be convenient to attend ISEE or ISBPE sessions. We are fortunate to have a great line-up of keynote speakers. There are approximately 30 rooms left at the Days Inn on Connecticut Ave, which is one block from the conference venue.
Should you have any questions, please contact me or one of my colleagues. We look forward to hearing from you, and to seeing you in Washington DC next month at ISEE 2016.
Dr. Sabine O’Hara
Dean and Director of Landgrant Programs
College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences
University of the District of Columbia
Washington DC, 20008