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.
that the registration for ESEE 2007 is open now! Come and join us
when we talk about "Integrating Natural and Social Sciences for
Sustainability" in Leipzig, Germany, from 5-8th June 2007. Keynote
speakers include Elinor Ostrom, Malte Faber, Dick Norgaard, Inge
Roepke, Clive Spash, and Carl Folke. The first deadline for submitting
symposia is 20 September, the deadline for submitting abstracts
and papers is 20 November. Have a look at www.esee-leipzig2007.org
and think about your contribution!
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2006: Ninth Biennual Conference of International Society for Ecological
Economics on "Ecological Sustainability and Human Well-Being"
15-18 December, 2006, New Delhi.
- submission of abstracts: July 31, 2006
- intimation of acceptance: August 31, 2006
- submission of full paper: October 31, 2006
more information visit http://www.isee2006.com/index.htm
Nations Climate Change Conference
Nairobi 2006 6 - 17 November 2006 United Nations Office at Nairobi,
will host the second meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol
(COP/MOP 2), in conjunction with the twelfth session of the Conference
of the Parties to the Climate Change Convention (COP 12), in Nairobi
from 6 to 17 November 2006. The conference will also include, from
6 to 14 November, the twenty-fifth session of the Subsidiary Body
for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA 25), the twenty-fifth
session of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI 25), and
the second session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments
for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG 2).
more information visit http://unfccc.int/meetings/cop_12/items/3754.php
Accounting and Sustainable Development Indicators 2007
May 23, 2007 to May 25, 2007 Prague , Czech Republic
conference mission is to promote awareness of sustainable development
concepts and tools by using indicators and environmental accounting
framework. The main theme of the Conference will be the urgent need
to take steps by international organizations, states, local authorities,
and non-governmental organizations towards a sustainable development.
In this way, the Conference will contribute to the worldwide debate
and efforts in strengthening the bridge between theory and practice
in meeting environmental threats and challenges. The Conference
aims to bring together around 250 environmental experts, academics,
statisticians, officials, accounting and financial managers, other
business specialists, scholars and researchers in order to discuss
environmental issues from a variety of perspectives. The participants
will also get a chance to enjoy the sights and special romantic
atmosphere of Prague Ė the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic!
more information visit http://ea-sdi.ujep.cz/
International Input-Output Conference Istanbul
Turkey, 2-6 July 2007
International Input-Output Association (IIOA) and the Department
of Management, Istanbul Technical University announce that the Sixteenth
International Input-Output Conference will be held on 2-6 July,
2007, at the Istanbul Technical University in Istanbul, Turkey.
The goal of the conference is to promote and stimulate the worldwide
exchange of ideas among economists and between them and government
officials, engineers and managers with interests in input-output
analysis and related methods. Thus, we invite thematic topics related
to any aspect of input-output analysis and modeling. We hope attendees
will also develop a number of sessions relating to Turkey.
Call for Organized Sessions
To submit a session or set of sessions, provide a description of
the theme and objectives for the session and identify the organizer,
session chair(s), and paper presenters by: name, title, affiliation,
and proposed titles and abstract.
submit sessions by January 15, 2007 to the Chair of the Scientific
Committee (Klaus Hubacek, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please submit abstracts for papers not exceeding 500 words by January
15, 2007, to Klaus Hubacek (email@example.com),
including the title and the abstract of the paper, names of all
authors, and full postal and e-mail addresses of the corresponding
further information visit the conference website at: http://www.iioa.at/conferences-16th.htm