Submit your proposal and present your topic at the most important Conference in Conservation Biology!
The 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB) and the 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology (ECCB) take place in August 2-6 2015, in Montpellier, France.
It is time to submit your proposal for Symposia, Thematic Poster Exhibitions, Workshops, Round Table Discussions or Training Course.
The central theme of the congress will be “Mission biodiversity: choosing new paths for conservation”. Accordingly, we envision ICCB-ECCB 2015 to be a truly interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary meeting, where delegates and students attend from as broad a range of professions and sectors as possible.
So, please feel free to distribute the call for Symposia, Workshops, Thematic Poster Exhibitions, Round Table Discussions and Training Course to colleagues and friends – including non-biologists e.g. Social scientists, Environmental Psychologists and Economics, Educators, members of interested NGOs – let’s make the upcoming ICCB-ECCB a place for a true dialogue.
We are also building a team to organize a range of exciting social events at the conference – parties, art, open spaces for a dialogue. Are you in? If so, click on ICCB-ECCB-social and write to us!
Click here for more information about the submission and ICCB-ECCB 2015.
Deadline for submission is 31st October 2014. Notification of the results will be given prior to December 1st 2014.
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