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ANZSEE 2015 Executive: Voting now open

December 9th, 2014 | Posted by anzsee in News - (0 Comments)

Dear ANZSEE members,

Voting is now open for the 2015 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:

The profiles of the 10 candidates standing for the different positions are available on the website: 

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

If you are unsure of your membership status, either login to the ISEE member zone via, or contact the ISEE Secretariat, Anne Carter, via 

You can vote any time until 5pm (AEDT) on Sunday, December 14th, 2014. 

Votes will be compiled and successful candidates will be announced during the ANZSEE AGM:

10:00AM (AEDT), Monday 15th DecemberTeleconference details to be provided closer to date.Please send RSVP to Megan (
if you plan to attend to give an indication of numbers

Kind regards,

Megan Evans
ANZSEE Secretary

ANZSEE 2014 AGM + Nominations open for 2015 Executive team

December 2nd, 2014 | Posted by anzsee in News - (0 Comments)

We wish to invite you to attend the Australia – New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics (ANZSEE) AGM to be held via teleconference, and to submit nominations for the ANZSEE 2015 Executive team. The AGM will provide an overview of progress to date at ANZSEE, and highlight initiatives and future opportunities. It will also be the place where the new executive for 2015 will be announced.

All positions of the ANZSEE Executive will be open for election:

  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • General executive members (3-5 positions)

Submit nominations via online form

Successful candidates will serve 1 year terms, with possibility for re-election for further terms. The ANZSEE executive meets regularly (4 times per year) via teleconference, and members are expected to attend meetings and be actively engaged in the work of the Society.

Nominees must be current members of ANZSEE/ISEE, and must be willing to nominate for election before the deadline.  This year we will be using an online voting system, with the final voting deadline being the date of the ANZSEE 2014 AGM. Details on the online voting system are to follow after the deadline for nominations on Monday 8th December.


10:00AM (AEDT), Monday 15th December
Teleconference details to be provided closer to date – please email Megan () if you plan to attend

Deadline for Nominations:  8th December                

Voting: 9thth – 15th December

Term: January 2015-December 2015

If you wish to be part of the ANZSEE executive team, or know of someone who would be a good candidate, please submit your nominations via the online form before Monday 8th December.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Megan Evans, ANZSEE Secretary
On behalf of the ANZSEE Executive

ANZSEE 2013 Conference Proceedings

July 9th, 2014 | Posted by anzsee in News - (0 Comments)

The ANZSEE 2013 Conference Proceedings are now available online. You can view and download the whole proceedings below via Scribd.

Individual papers may also be downloaded here.

The Australia and New Zealand Ecological Economics 2013 conference proceedings titled “Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics: Opportunities for the Critical Decade: Enhancing well-being within planetary boundaries”, is a fully refereed (double-blind, peer reviewed) and open access. The conference was held at the
Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 11-14 November 2013.

Conference Proceedings edited by: Alex Y Lo (Griffith University), Leonie J Pearson (University of Canberra) and Megan C Evans (Australian National University)

Preferred citation:
Lo, A.Y., Pearson, L.J. & Evans, M.C. (eds.). (2014). Opportunities for the Critical Decade: Enhancing well-being within Planetary Boundaries. Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics 2013 Conference Proceedings. The University of Canberra and Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics, Canberra,