Ecological Economics: Solutions Now and In the Future

2019 ANZSEE Conference

24–26 November 2019, RMIT University, Melbourne

Escalating impacts of climate change and ecological crises create urgency to address significant local to global environmental and social problems — degrading forests and agricultural land, polluted inland waterways and oceans, and dislocated social and cultural systems. This ANZSEE 2019 conference explores appropriate approaches and techniques for re-balancing the human–nature interactions that are central to the study and practice of ecological economics — solutions now and in the future.

Register here now as we only have a limited number of places.

Email Anitra Nelson (anitra.nelson@rmit.edu.au) with any queries and for more details.

Click here for general information on abstracts for papers.  Please note that the deadline for abstract submission has been extended to Monday 29 April.

Email Anitra Nelson (anitra.nelson@rmit.edu.au) with any queries and for more details.

Details of conference themes can be accessed here, and details for abstract can be accessed here

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The ANZSEE 2019 Conference greatly acknowledges the support of:

Centre for Urban Research (CUR), RMIT University http://cur.org.au/

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Centre for Urban ResearchNews Study reveals economic and health benefits of denser suburbs. Denser and more walkable suburban developments keep chronic diseases at bay and deliver lifetime economic and health gains of $4,500 for every resident, new research shows.cur.org.au
New Economy Network Australia (NENA) https://www.neweconomy.org.au/
New ENENAconomy Network AustraliaThe New Economy Network Australia (NENA) is a network of individuals and organisations working to transform Australia’s economic system so that achieving ecological health and social justice are the foundational principles and primary objectives of the economic system.www.neweconomy.org.au
Australian Earth Laws Alliancehttps://www.earthlaws.org.au/
WeGetAttachmentThumbnaillcome to the Australian Earth Laws Alliance  website. The Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) is a national not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to increase the understanding and practical implementation of Earth centred law, governance and ethics (or ‘Earth jurisprudence’) in Australia.www.earthlaws.org.au

2 Comments

  1. If my abstract will select, then any travel Grant available as a early carrier research scholar from India?

  2. Thank you for your interest. No travel grant will be available as this conference is run with a shoe string budget.