Dear ANZSEE members,

Voting is now open for the 2014 ANZSEE Executive team. Your vote will shape the make-up of the Society’s Executive team, so please take the time to have your say in the future of ANZSEE.

Voting will be handled entirely online, via  the following link: 
http://tinyurl.com/anzsee2014voting 

The profiles of the 13 candidates standing for the different positions are available on the website: http://anzsee.org/aims/agms-constitution/nominees-for-2014-anzsee-executive/

To access the online voting form, you will need to enter your name and email address as provided to ISEE to confirm your membership. If your membership has lapsed please renew via http://theisee.wildapricot.org

If you are unsure of your membership status, either login to the ISEE member zone via http://theisee.wildapricot.org, or contact the ISEE Secretariat, Anne Carter, via anneaitken4@gmail.com

You can vote any time until 10am (AEDT) on Wednesday, November 13th, 2013. Votes will be compiled and successful candidates will be announced during the ANZSEE AGM:

ANZSEE AGM
12.30-1.30pm, Wednesday 13th November
Lennox Room
J.G Crawford School Building (#132), ANU
(the conference venue)
Download calendar appointment: Outlook

Kind regards,

Megan Evans
ANZSEE Secretary

The ANZSEE 2013 Conference Program is now available to download, including the Program Overview and Full conference program (including contributed sessions)

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Call for session proposals, paper and poster abstracts
ISEE 2014: Wellbeing and Equity within Planetary Boundaries

The biannual conference of the ISEE will be hosted by the University of Iceland August 13 – 15 2014.

As economic, social and environmental systems worldwide face increasing pressures and the call for an alternative economic approach becomes louder, we aim to provide a welcoming environment for critical conversations on the role and ability of Ecological Economics to provide paths and tools towards effective alternative solutions for the future – towards Wellbeing and Equity within Planetary Boundaries.

To achieve this aim the conference will concentrate on three overarching themes that all relate closely to the focal idea of the conference.

The themes are:

  1. Planetary boundaries and resource constraints
  2. Equity and economic development dynamics
  3. A great transition ahead?

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Refereed conference proceedings for the ANZSEE Conference 2013 will be published in electronic format and made publicly available. All forms of conference contribution are eligible to submit a paper for inclusion to the conference proceedings.

Full submissions will be peer-reviewed. Acceptance depends on favourable peer review reports and is at the discretion of the conference organizing committee.

Timeline

Full papers are due 16 December 2013. Late submissions will not be considered for inclusion.

Peer reviews are expected to be completed by February 2014 for final submission in March, expected online publication is in the first half of 2014.

Please note the following submission guidelines:

Word Limit

Maximum 5000 words or 20 double-spaced pages, including references, tables, figures, and footnotes.

Author Information

Please provide the following information in your manuscript:

  • Author names and affiliations: Present the authors’ affiliation addresses below the names. Provide the full postal address of each affiliation, including the country name and, if available, the e-mail address of each author.
  • Corresponding author: Clearly indicate who will handle correspondence at all stages of refereeing and publication, also post-publication. Ensure that phone numbers (with country and area code) are provided in addition to the e-mail address and the complete postal address.
  • Biography: Please include a biography for each author. Maximum 80 words. More »

The ANZSEE Conference 2013 is around the corner – Don’t miss out on your chance to attend at the special early bird rates!

Early bird registration rates have been extended until Monday 30 September. The conference will bring together policy makers, academics and implementers in a dynamic and collaborative exchange of ideas. Its innovative format will include; parallel paper sessions, plenaries, workshops and lounge time spread with international keynote speakers. So make sure you secure your place for this exciting conference by visiting the registration page.

The ANZSEE Conference 2013 will address the big issues faced by our society and the need to look for solutions now, in the critical decade. Showcasing eight exciting keynote speakers, the conference will discuss the themes of:

  • Water, food and energy security in warmer, more crowded, and (possibly) wealthier world
  • Integrated methods for understanding and promoting regional resilience and transformation
  • Governance for 21st century challenges – how can we enhance well-being within planetary boundaries?

Abstract submissions are now closed. All submissions will be peer reviewed and successful abstracts will start to be notified early September.

For more information, please visit www.anzsee.org or contact the Conference Secretariat via email anzsee2013@gmail.com or phone 61 2 6281 6624.