Most regional chapters of ISEE, like ANZSEE, hold conferences in each odd year, while the international ISEE conference is held in the even years. 

2019: Ecological Economics: Solutions Now and in the Future.  24 to 26 November, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

2017: The 99% Solution: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals, 9 to 13 January, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

2015: Thriving Through Transformation: Local to Global Sustainability, 19 to 23 October, Armidale, New England, New South Wales, Australia

2013: Opportunities for the Critical Decade: Enhancing well-being within Planetary Boundaries, 11 to 14 November, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

2012: Green Growth or De-growth? 12 to15 November, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

2009: Green Mileage in the Global Meltdown: An Ecological Economics Way Forward, October 27 to 30, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

2007: A Climate for Change, July 3 to 6, Australis Noosa Lakes, Noosaville, Queensland, Australia

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

2004: A Future that Works – economics, employment and the environment Conference, December 8 to 10, Organised by the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (supported by ANZSEE)

2003: November 18 to 20,  Auckland New Zealand
This conference was held held jointly with Sustainable Business Network and the Natural Step in New Zealand. An Ecological Economics Think Tank was organised by the New Zealand branch of ANZSEE in association with this conference.

2002: December 2 to 4, University of Technology, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

The 1999 Conference was held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

The 1997 Conference was held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

ANZSEE co-sponsored a workshop with LWRRDC entitled “Developing a Truly Ecological Economics” which was held in Canberra in December 1996

The 1995 Conference was held in Coff’s Harbour, New South Wales, Australia