International Society for Ecological Economics

Founding Year: 1989



Joshua Farley (Current President)

The member-governed, transdisciplinary partnership recognises “that our economy is part of a finite biosphere and needs to respect its ecological limits” and works to assists its members in “matters of common concern as can be dealt with more effectively by united action.” To accomplish this aim, they publish “a research journal, books, and other materials; holds and sponsors scientific meetings; develops educational materials; and facilitates a voice for ecological economists in public forums.”



International Society for Ecological Economics contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

  Organization Type

  Geographic Foci


Related Content

A non-profit working to strengthen the responsible tech ecosystem so wicked tech and society issues can be tackled and co-create a future in the public interest. They have mobilized thousands…

A network of partner organizations, teachers, supporters and staff focused on delivering high-quality education. Empowers children and young people by giving them the tools they need to start social and…

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that envisions providing students with academic and lifetime benefits by effectively applying systems thinking concepts, habits, and tools in classroom instruction and school improvement. Its mission…