ISEE Montreal 2004 conference will explore the scientific basis for modelling, regulation and management of international and 

interdisciplinary problems affecting climate change and biodiversity loss.

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Global footprint network: Building global consensus on footprinting standards Global Footprint Network: Building Global Consensus on Footprinting Standards Mathis Wackernagel | William E. Rees | Phillip Lawn | Richard Norgaard Symposium Title "Global Footprint Network, USA | University of British Columbia, Canada | School of Business Economics, Flinders University, Australia | Energy & Resource Group, University of California at Berkeley, USA"
Global footprint network: Building global consensus on footprinting standards Global Footprint Network: Its Purpose and Research Agenda Mathis Wackernagel Symposium "Global Footprint Network, USA"
Global footprint network: Building global consensus on footprinting standards The Ecological Footprint: Past Criticisms and Opportunities for Making the Tool more Effective William E. Rees Symposium "University of British Community and Regional Planning, Canada"
Global footprint network: Building global consensus on footprinting standards The Need for Resource Accounts: Biophysical and Monetary Approaches Phillip Lawn Symposium "School of Business Economics, Flinders University, Australia"
Global footprint network: Building global consensus on footprinting standards Biophysical Indicators: Necessary to inform prices Richard B. Norgaard Symposium "Energy & Resource Group, University of California at Berkeley, USA"