The 2009 ANZSEE Conference" Green Mileage in the Global Meltdown: An Ecological Economics Way Forward " 27-30 October 2009
Conference of the Australia and New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics (ANZSEE)
The 2009 ANZSEE Biennial Conference will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre from the 27th to the 30th of October. The overall theme of the conference this year will be Green Mileage in the Global Meltdown: An Ecological Economics Way Forward. This has been chosen to encourage discussion and ideas on how ecological economics can help provide both economic and sustainability solutions in the wake of the global financial crisis. A recent report released by the United Nations Environment Program concluded that ‘The right mix of policy actions can
Location: Darwin Convention Centre http://www.darwinconvention.com.au/
CONFERENCE PROGRAM OUTLINE
Conference themes for delegate presentations:
!!CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS!!
Abstract submission: 3 August 2009. Abstracts for parallel session papers and posters should be 250 words or less and be related to the conference themes. Advise of acceptance of Abstracts will be provided by 17 August 2009. Full papers are due on 30 September 2009.
The conference will also have a Poster Session. Posters can be on any topic related to Ecological Economics.
3 August 2009 - Abstracts due
17 August 2009 - Authors advised of acceptance of abstract.
30 September 2009 - Papers due. We are leaving the guidelines generally broad. All papers received on time and accepted for the conference will be on the CD. There is no strict word limit but for peer-reviewed papers, we would encourage a length of no more than 8,000 words. Any papers submitted for peer review should be written in a format suitable for publication in a journal that is relevant to the field. There will be an indication of which papers are peer reviewed and which are in the unreviewed stream. A special edition of a journal from the conference is planned so that best papers can be published.
A special edition of a journal from the conference is planned so that best papers can be published.
Please note there are two awards for students at the conference. If you want to be considered for the prizes, please indicate when you submit your paper..
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon teas are provided for the duration of the 4 days at no additional cost to conference participants. A welcome