A book resulting from the Conference, edited by Haydn Washington and entitled Ecological Economics: Solutions for the Future was published in 2020 with a free electronic version is available here. A number of presenters to the conference including executives on the board of ANZSEE have contributed chapters to the book. The book provides a great set of solutions for a better world and ANZSEE recommends the book as essential reading

The Kindle format of the book can be purchased from Amazon.com through here for $1

The paperback version can also be purchased for $10 but shipment to Australia has not recommenced due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Blog posts of the conference presentations can now be accessed here.

24–26 November 2019, RMIT University, Melbourne

The ANZSEE 2019 conference explored appropriate approaches and techniques for re-balancing the human–nature interactions that are central to the study and practice of ecological economics — solutions now and in the future.  Escalating impacts of climate change and ecological crises have created an urgency to address significant local to global environmental and social problems — degrading forests and agricultural land, polluted waterways and oceans, and dislocated social and cultural systems.

Details of main speakers and conference program news can be accessed here.

You are encouraged to join ANZSEE to be a part of a growing movement for ecological sustainability

The ANZSEE 2019 Conference greatly acknowledges the support of:




New Economy Network Australia (NENA)