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Ecological Economics in Action
December 11-13, 2005
Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Plenary Address 1

Joan Martinez-Alier
Ecological Economics and Human Well-being (paper)


Analysing water insights from both sides of the Tasman

Boyd Blackwell
The Economic Value of Australia's Natural Coastal Assets: Some Preliminary Findings (paper | presentation)

Jeff Connor
Evaluating Market Based Instruments Options for Managing Diffuse Source Water Quality (presentation)

James Lennox and Robbie Andrew
Sectoral Linkages and Water Use in Canterbury, New Zealand (paper | presentation)

Kumidini Abeysuriya, Cynthia Mitchell, and Juliet Willetts
Cost recovery for urban sanitation in Asian countries: insurmountable barrier or opportunity for sustainability? (paper | presentation)


Investigating the institutional structures which can deliver policy

Martin O'Connor
Building Knowledge Partnerships With ICT? Social And Technical Conditions Of Conviviality (paper | presentation)

Anna Straton and Rolf Gerritsen
Using Network Theory to Analyse Adaptive Resource Governance and Distribution (paper | presentation)

John Tisdell
The impact of asymmetric information in natural resource tender systems (presentation)

Leonie Pearson and Steve Hatfield-Dodds
Social capital and sustainable (human) development: Policy issues and implications (presentation)


Understanding our energy demand

Galina Ivanova, John Rolfe, and Stewart Lockie
Social and Economic Issues Associated With The Bowen Basin Coal Industry: Community Engagement To Reduce Conflict Over Mine Operations (paper | presentation)

Albrecht Stoecklein, Yuan Zhao, Lauren Christie, and Lisa Skumatz
The Value Of Low Energy Technologies For Occupant And Landlord (paper | presentation)

Galina Ivanova
Queenslander consumers' willingness to pay for electricity from renewable energy sources (paper | presentation)

Robert Tromop, Harbans Aulakh and Ian Luxmore
Measuring energy efficiency change in New Zealand's economy: Experiences and challenges (presentation)


Plenary Address 2

Mike Raupach
Resilience, Vulnerability and Turing Points in Climate-Human Interactions (presentation)


Assessing the environment-agricultural nexus

Robbie Andrew, Vicky Forgie, Per Nielson, Carolyn Hodgson, Terry Reid, and Garry McDonald
Ecological Footprint Plus: Calculating the total environmental impacts of New Zealand's food and fibre industries (paper | presentation)

Claire Flemmer, Rory Flemmer, Garry McDonald, Richard Archer, and Don Cleland
An Assessment of the Ecological Impact of the New Zealand Dairy Farming Sector (paper | presentation)

Claudine Basset-Mens, Steward Ledgard, and Andrew Carran
First life cycle assessment of milk production from NZ dairy farm systems (paper | presentation)

Neil MacLeod
Quantifying Production-Environment Tradeoffs Associated with Grazing Land Management - A Case Example from the Australian Rangelands (paper | presentation)


Insights for policy: governance structures and plans

Ralph Chapman
The value of urban design: avoiding infrastructure mistakes (presentation)

Vicky Forgie and Emma Richardson
The community outcomes process and mediated modelling (paper | presentation)

Anthony Cole
Sustainable Futures, Mediated Modelling and Strong Transdisciplinarity (presentation)

John Tisdell
Combinatorial water markets (presentation)


Our values and their measurement

Wendy Proctor and Ejaz Qureshi
Multi-criteria Evaluation Revisited (paper | presentation)

Abigail Allan
The Application of Multiple Criteria Analysis to Reduce Institutional Inefficiencies in National Park Funding (presentation)

Steve Hatfield-Dodds
Decision support for highly contested choices: The role of money values and other metrics in pursuit of sustainability (presentation)

Murray Patterson
Valuation in ecological economics: is there and should there be a common ground? (presentation)

Nigel Jollands and Garth Harmsworth
The role of indigenous values in state of the environment (SOE) reporting: rationale and examples from New Zealand (presentation)


Measures of sustainable development

Martin Brown-Santirso and John Peet
Sustainable Development Indicators for the Christchurch-Canterbury system: a systems-based approach (paper | presentation)

Rory Flemmer and Claire Flemmer
Measures of Sustainability: What Do They Mean And How Well Do They Work? (paper | presentation)

Steve Hatfield-Dodds and Philip Sutton
Measuring the power of ideas, and mapping the path not taken: An estimate of the environmental impact of modernism, 1750-2000 (presentation)

Philip Lawn
What Value Is Gross Domestic Product? (presentation)


Climate change: communicating issues, values and consequences

Nigel Jollands
Landcare Research Greenhouse Gas Programme Human Dimensions (presentation)

Steve Hatfield-Dodds
Communicating the consequences of greenhouse policy choices: Why a foregone gain is not the same as a cost (presentation)

Nigel Jollands, Matthias Ruth, Clark Bernier, and Nancy Golubiewski
Climate's long-term impact on New Zealand infrastructure - a Hamilton City case study (paper | presentation)


Investigating the institutional structures which can deliver policy

Wendy Proctor
Coping with Complex Health and Environmental Risks using Deliberative Multi-criteria Evaluation (presentation)

Jeff Connor
How Cost Effective are Auctions for Conservation Contracts? (presentation)

Nancy Golubiewski
Is there a metabolism of an urban ecosystem? Exploring the integration of ecology and economics through eco-efficiency

John Ward and John Tisdell
Experimentally Testing Institutions And Policy Instruments To Coordinate Groundwater Recharge (presentation)


Plenary Address 3

Martin O'Connor
The AICCAN, the geGDP, and the Monetisation Frontier: A Typology of 'Environmentally Adjusted' National Sustainability Indicators (paper | presentation)


Plenary Address 4

Jeanette Fitzsimons
Jeanette gave a very interesting talk about the need for ecological economists to engage more widely with the public and the benefits associated with introducing taxes on use of natural resources.


 

 


 

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