We wish to invite all members of the Australia – New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics to attend the ANZSEE AGM which will be held during the ANZSEE conference in Canberra, and to submit nominations for the ANZSEE 2014 Executive team. The AGM will provide an overview of progress to date at ANZSEE, and highlight initiatives and future opportunities. It will also be the place where the new executive for 2014 will be announced.

All positions of the ANZSEE Executive will be open for election:

  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • General executive members (3-5 positions)
  • Co-opted executive members (up to 5 non-voting executive members)

Submit nominations via online form

Successful candidates will serve 1 year terms, with possibility for re-election for further terms. The ANZSEE executive meets regularly (4 times per year) via teleconference, and members are expected to attend meetings and be actively engaged in the work of the Society.

In 2014, we hope to capitalize on the work undertaken by the current executive team in organizing the ANZSEE 2013 in Canberra, by organizing seminars, outreach events and opportunities for professional development.

Nominees must be current members of ANZSEE/ISEE, and must be willing to nominate for election before the deadline.  This year we will be using an online voting system, with the final voting deadline being the date of the ANZSEE 2013 AGM. Details on the online voting system are to follow after the deadline for nominations on Wednesday 6th November.

ANZSEE AGM Nominations for ANZSEE 2014 Executive
12.30-1.30pm, Wednesday 13th November
Lennox Room
J.G Crawford School Building (#132), ANU
the conference venue)
Download calendar appointment: Outlook
Deadline for Nominations:  6th November
Voting: 11th – 13th November
Term: January 2014-December 2014
Download calendar appointment: Outlook

If you wish to be part of the ANZSEE executive team, or know of someone who would be a good candidate, please submit your nominations via the online form before 6th November.

We look forward to seeing you in Canberra.

Megan Evans, ANZSEE Secretary
On behalf of the ANZSEE Executive

coastal adaptation

11 November 2013, 1.00-5.30pm

Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

as part of the ANZSEE 2013 Conference:  
Opportunities for the Critical Decade – Enhancing Well-Being Within Planetary Boundaries

Two Special Sessions: Science and Practice

Each session has four 10 minute talks, followed by 1 hr panel and audience discussion, afternoon tea break between

Confirmed Chairs, Panel, and Speakers:

Clive Attwater, Steve Blackley, Russell Gorddard, Alan Jones, Neil Lazarow, Chris Lee, Jo Mummery, Jennifer Price, Alan Randall, John Rolfe, Todd Sanderson, Helen Scarborough, Alan Stokes.

   Registrations required via the Conference Delegate Zone 

More details: russell.wise@csiro.au  boydb@une.edu.au

Sponsored by the CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship

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The ANZSEE Conference 2013 is around the corner – Don’t miss out on your chance to attend at the special early bird rates!

Early bird registration rates have been extended until Monday 30 September. The conference will bring together policy makers, academics and implementers in a dynamic and collaborative exchange of ideas. Its innovative format will include; parallel paper sessions, plenaries, workshops and lounge time spread with international keynote speakers. So make sure you secure your place for this exciting conference by visiting the registration page.

The ANZSEE Conference 2013 will address the big issues faced by our society and the need to look for solutions now, in the critical decade. Showcasing eight exciting keynote speakers, the conference will discuss the themes of:

  • Water, food and energy security in warmer, more crowded, and (possibly) wealthier world
  • Integrated methods for understanding and promoting regional resilience and transformation
  • Governance for 21st century challenges – how can we enhance well-being within planetary boundaries?

Abstract submissions are now closed. All submissions will be peer reviewed and successful abstracts will start to be notified early September.

For more information, please visit www.anzsee.org or contact the Conference Secretariat via email anzsee2013@gmail.com or phone 61 2 6281 6624.