ANZSEE Conference - Reinventing Sustainability
Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics would like
to invite you to their 2007 conference Re-inventing Sustainability:
A Climate for Change" in the Sunshine Coast of Australia. The
conference takes place on the 3-6th of July with abstracts due on
the 9th of March.
is now 20 years since the publication of Our Common Future launched
the idea of 'sustainable development' and called for integrated approaches
to the relationships between societies, economies, and environments.
While 'sustainability principles' are now embedded in law and policy
frameworks at local, national and international scales, 'sustainability
practice' remains elusive. Dramatic changes in trajectory are required
over the next 20 years to reduce pressures ecosystems, avoid dangerous
levels of climate change, and address poverty and disadvantage.
conference will unpack the nature and scale of the sustainability
challenges, showcase the types of analysis and understanding that
are required to address them, and highlight practical ways in which
sustainability might be reinvented so that it moves from rhetoric
more details and to register go to the ANZSEE website: http://www.anzsee.org/conferences.asp
8th Annual Global Environmental Taxation Conference, Call for Papers
Innovation, Technology and Employment: Impacts of Environmental Fiscal
Reforms and Other Market-Based Instruments
Budget Germany and the University of Regensburg, organisers of the
Eighth Annual Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, hereby
issue a call for papers for the conference Innovation, Technology
and Employment: Impacts of Environmental Fiscal Reforms and Other
Market-Based Instruments to take place from 18-20 October in Munich,
objective of the conference is to examine the positive effects of
Environmental Fiscal Reform (EFR) on innovation, technology and employment,
as well as on the environment. Analysis of this issue has been divided
into four sub-topics: Travel and Transport; Buildings and Households;
Energy; and Employment. Priority will be given to submissions relevant
to these areas. Papers should try to address one or more of these
areas as appropriate, and within this framework, may focus on economic,
legal, environmental/energy (technical) or political/sociological
addition, there will be a workshop series running parallel to the
conference sessions, analysing these sub-topics from the point of
view of NGOs. We anticipate these workshops focussing on political
and implementation issues, such as: the problem of the lack of political
will; ways of communicating the benefits of EFR; institutional constraints
on implementing EFR; and international issues.
and others interested in participating in these workshops should contact
Green Budget Germany at email@example.com.
abstracts should be e-mailed to Green Budget Germany at firstname.lastname@example.org
by 01.03.2007 and should be drafted in the following way:
(font Times New Roman pt. 14, Bold, align center)
First Author (font Times New Roman pt. 12, Bold, align left), co-authors
(font Times New Roman pt. 12, Italic). Initials and surname in that
order; multiple authors must be separated by a comma.
of the text: A maximum of 400 words, including figures, tables, and
references (Times New Roman, pt. 12, align left).
submissions must include the authors full name, affiliation
and contact details, the title of the paper, a 400-word abstract,
and a short biography.
will be notified as to whether their paper has been accepted by 01.04.2007.
Full-length papers and PPPs are to be submitted by 01.10.2007.
selection of final (non-published) papers (max. 25 pages) will be
published in Critical Issues of Environmental Taxation,
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.
are very much looking forward to reading your abstracts. If you require
further information, please do not hesitate to contact Green Budget
Germany at email@example.com.
2007: Integrating Natural and Social Sciences for Sustainability
5-8 June 2007, UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig,
European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE), in co-operation
with the German associations for ecological economics VÖÖ
and VÖW, invite you to meet in Leipzig for the 7th international
The conference will explore contemporary scientific approaches for
putting the concept of Sustainable Development into research and into
practice, and it will focus on bridging natural and social sciences.
It will address sustainability topics such as loss of biodiversity,
human vulnerability to global change and water problems on all geographical
and institutional levels. The conference aims to contribute to a better
understanding of societal and natural processes and their interaction
by integrating scientific methodologies to overcome the shortcomings
of disciplinary and multi-disciplinary approaches. Impediments to
inter- and transdisciplinary research will be examined and new research
concepts for sustainability identified.
Keynote speakers are Malte Faber, Carl
Hey, Dick Norgaard, Inge Roepke,
Ostrom, and Clive Spash.
The submitted abstracts and papers are in the review process, and
notes about acceptance will be sent out mid-February.
Visit the conference
Student and Early Stage Researcher Workshop
3-5 June 2007, Leipzig
of the seventh ESEE conference in Leipzig Germany, a special two and
a half day workshop will be organized by and for PhD students and
Early Stage Researchers. The objectives of this workshop are three
(1) strengthen the European Ecological Economics student network
(2) expand students' perspectives on interdisciplinary science and
the future of Ecological Economics,
(3) provide a forum for students to share experiences and stimulate
The programme includes lectures by Prof. Richard Norgaard, Dr. Sigrid
Stagl and Dr. Martin Drechsler and a field trip in the vicinity of
Leipzig. To apply for a place at the workshop contact Esteve Corbera
For more information contact Kate Farrell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Summer Study registration is now open. Just like the two previous
Summer Studies, we have chosen the competent conference management
company NOVATOURS to take care of all practical issues. Their on-line
registration facility will open shortly, but the pdf registration
form information is available on the eceee Summer Study pages, where
you will also find information on fees and payment options.
conference managers, paper authors and panel leaders are busy preparing
the event. It will be the biggest Summer Study ever, with nine panels
and more than 200 expected papers.
at the venue are reserved on a first-come-first serve basis. Don't
miss this opportunity, register now! (And if you register after 2
April, a late registration fee will apply.)
European Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production (erscp)
June 20-22, 2007; Basel
erscp is a conference for academics, government representatives, consultants
and practitioners, offering various platforms for know-how exchange
and stimulating creative and innovative interactions.
year special focus will be on the Life Sciences. Other topics are:
sustainable buildings, greening events etc. The conference is an opportunity
for you to take stock of present, up-front knowledge and initiatives
evolving around the following issues:
Sustainable production and consumption
· Knowledge and technology transfer
· Financing sustainable innovation
· Social responsibility
further information please visit:
Call for papers · Please submit abstracts by March 22, 2007 (http://www.erscp2007.net/cms/index.php?id=7)
Congress Registration · by April 30, 2007 · late registration (additional
fee € 100) by June 15, 2007 (http://www.erscp2007.net/cms/index.php?id=3)
2nd Summer school June 2007 on "Institutional Analysis of Sustainability
18-29 June 2007
2nd Summer school June 2007 on "Institutional Analysis of Sustainability
Problems" is open for application. In June 2007, the Institute
for Forecasting at the Slovak Academy of Sciences will be hosting
a summer school in Emerging Theories and Methods of Sustainability
Research (THEMES), titled Institutional Analysis of Sustainability
Problems. This is the second summer school in a series of four
funded by Marie Curie : Emerging Theories and Methods in Sustainability
more information please click here.
for Papers: CANSEE 2007
7th Biennial Conference Sustaining Communities and Development
in the Face of Environmental Challenges
July 26-28, 2007, Halifax, Nova Scotia
7th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics
(CANSEE) will reflect the focus of CANSEE in fostering transdisciplinary
research activities and dialogue among natural and social scientists,
government, the private sector and civil society, to deepen our understanding
of the interactions between humans and nature, and to inform the sustainable
stewardship of our natural resources and the environment.
sessions, papers and posters will directly address how an ecological
economic approach can help society meet these challenges. Government,
academics, NGOs, the private sector and the public are encouraged
participants are invited to submit abstracts for presentation of papers
or posters on any of the conference themes, or for workshop discussion
sessions. The combined length of the abstract body may not exceed
350 words. Include the name, title and affiliation of each author
in addition to the mailing address, phone and fax numbers, and email
of the primary contact. Abstracts and proposals for special topic
sessions must be received no later than March 1, 2007. Abstract must
be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com
, or on-line at www.cansee.org/2007/.
will be evaluated, and confirmation of acceptance will be communicated
to the author by March 31, 2007.
further information click here.