The International Society for Industrial Ecology has an extensive committee structure to further the goals of the Society and its members. If you would like to be considered for any of these committees, please contact us.
|Christopher Kennedy||Canada||Past President|
|Edgar Hertwich||USA||Secretary of Committee|
|Gang Liu||Denmark||Former Award Recipient|
|Marina Fischer-Kowalski||Austria||Former Award Recipient|
|Alissa Kendall||USA||Former Award Recipient|
|Roland Clift||United Kingdom||Former Award Recipient|
|Yuichi Moriguchi||Japan||Former Award Recipient|
The primary purpose of the Awards Committee is to administer the Society’s biennial Society Award and Laudise Medal. The Committee will develop and re-evaluate criteria, descriptions, and procedures for the awarding process. The Committee is also charged with examining the on-going policies and procedures associated with the awards program; as well as calling for, reviewing, and judging award nominations.
|Jonathan Cullen||United Kingdom||Member|
|Edgar Hertwich||USA||Immediate Past-president|
The Nominating Committee will call for nominations of elected positions within the Society, analyze the results and hold an election for members. The Nominating Committee and ISIE staff will hold an information session at ISIE annual events at which interested members can ask questions and discuss qualifications for the opening roles. This will open up the candidate field for the committee and introduce them to new researchers interested in being more involved with the Society.
|Heinz Schandl||Australia||President, Chair|
|Tomer Fishman||Israel||Program Committee Member|
|Anna Petit Boix||Germany||Program Committee Member|
|Edgar Hertwich||Norway||Program Committee Member|
The primary purpose of this Committee is to develop a plan for all the meetings held by or jointly sponsored by the Society. The Committee will call for, gather and review proposals of potential hosts for upcoming biennial ISIE Conferences. The Committee will also re-evaluate the structure of the conferences financially, geographically and programmatically and find other Societies or groups that can be engaged in ISIE conference-related activities. This will involve evaluating related conferences and events that potentially compete with ISIE conferences and then determining how ISIE conferences can maintain strength among them.