International Society for Industrial Ecology

The Joint 11th International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) Socio-Economic Metabolism section conference and the 5th ISIE Asia-Pacific Conference was in Melbourne, Australia, 17-19 November 2015.  The conference was chaired by Heinz Schandl of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO).

. The conference title was Industrial Ecology in the Asia-Pacific Century: Interdisciplinary science for building sustainable industrial systems and human settlements.

Homepage

The conference homepage is here.

Program

The conference program is available for download. Please click here for more information.

Registrations

We had 130 delegates from over 20 different countries.

Keynote speakers

We had some fabulous keynote speakers, including Stefan Bringezu, Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Thomas Graedel, Peter Laybourn, Manfred Lenzen, Hiroki Tanikawa and Arnold Tukker. Check them out here.

Who attended?

Scientists, engineers, the policy community, students … anyone interested in exploring how environmental concerns interact with economic activities.
Read more on who should attend.
Check out accommodation options here.
More information on Melbourne sightseeing and public transport here.

For early career researchers – graduate students (masters and PhD) and recently awarded PhDs (within the last 3 to 4 years) – the Student Organising Committee arranged additional prizes, activities and workshops for the conference. The schedule of activities included an all day workshop on Sunday 16 November.

Organisers

Organised by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) (Australia) and the National Institute for Environmental Studies (Japan).

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