The Australia-New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics (ANZSEE) is a regional branch of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE).

We are a growing trans-disciplinary group of people who share a common passion about improving our society to achieve a sustainable future. Our membership is incredibly diverse, with professional interests spanning many disciplines including but not limited to: economics, business, ecology and other natural sciences, physical sciences and engineering, sociology, politics, geography, philosophy, ethics and humanities.

With links internationally and locally here in New Zealand and Australia, our members we are engaged with cutting edge ideas on achieving sustainability. Our biennial conference attracts researchers, policymakers and professionals with a broad interest in sustainability, and cover a range of topics; technical, governance, biophysical and societal.

Have a look around our website to find information about our current Executive Team for 2015 and how to become a member, and please contact of Secretary or President if you want to find out more about our activities or have suggestions or ideas.

Boyd Blackwell
President