ISEE and ESEE stand in solidarity with BOĞAZİÇİ university students and staff in the struggle for academic freedom The International and European Societies for Ecological Economics (ISEE and ESEE) herewith fully support Turkish academics and
The Conversation has just published two articles, one explaining/introducing ecological economics — and referencing many recipients of this email — and another arguing that Australian cities lack long-term vision for sustainability. They are the first
EcoSummit 2020 Building a sustainable and desirable future: Adapting to a changing land and sea-scape Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia SAVE THE DATE: 21-25 June 2020 The 6th International EcoSummit Congress, EcoSummit 2020 – Building a sustainable
Oceania Ecosystem Services Forum Brisbane, Australia: 27th – 31st March 2017 Are you a decision maker or do you have knowledge on ecosystem services in human managed or natural ecosystems, in terrestrial, aquatic, coastal and marine ecosystems? The
ANZSEE Australia/New Zealand ANZSEE 2017 Conference on Jan 9-13 in Adelaide (UniSA, City East Campus): The 99% Solution: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals. More details here: http://anzsee.org/2016/01/15/announcing-anzsee-conference-location-for-2017/ Key Dates 12th Sep: First call for abstracts 20th Oct: Second call for abstracts
Save the Date! 9-13 January 2017 Adelaide, South Australia The Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics and The Solutions Journal Present the following conference in Adelaide, Australia: The 99% Solution: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals
A reminder that there is still time to register for the Conference of the Australia-New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics, on 12-15 November this year. Please register as soon as possible to assist with planning.