IOP Publishing (IOPP) is set to launch Environmental Research 2021 as a free-to-attend virtual conference for global audiences. The event is expected to bring together leading environmental experts to exchange expertise and discuss critical issues related to the environment and sustainability.
Scheduled to be held from November 15-19, Environmental Research 2021 arrives at a crucial juncture in the world's quest for global alternatives to problems consistent with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. It will be one of the first major international scientific events after the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, offering the ideal setting for negotiators to address crucial facets of the world leaders' discussions. Environmental Research 2021 will bring together a wide cross-section of audiences, including environmental and social scientists, engineers, and policy influencers at all career levels, with live-streamed presentations from diverse voices, topical panel discussions, poster sessions, and immersive networking opportunities.
The conference is aligned with IOPP’s expanding Environmental Research portfolio of open access journals that includes Environmental Research Letters, Environmental Research Communications and Environmental Research: Infrastructure and Sustainability. The comprehensive scientific programme is being developed by a distinguished group of academics, and will focus on global environmental change relating to the climate, energy, infrastructure and sustainability, health and ecology.
Connected to Environmental Research 2021, IOP Publishing will also be hosting a satellite workshop in China on November 13 and 14 (chaired by Professor Jintai Lin of Peking University) that will focus on the specific theme of “Towards carbon-neutral sustainable development in China’.
Full details about the scientific programme and how to register for this free event will be announced in the near future.
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