‘Ecological Economics: Solutions Now and In the Future’
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.
Non-hierarchies: Creating the conditions for a new ecology of organisational governance – a response to Professor Farley
Developing a modified Travel Cost Method for the robust estimation of recreational economic value of the protected areas in Bangladesh
What can we learn from the deforestation of the Brazilian tropical rainforest?
Jonathan Gonçalves da Silva, Leandro Vinícios Carvalho and Roselaine Bonfim de Almeida