Call for Papers: 2021 Environmental Studies Association of Canada annual conference

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The Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC) is pleased to announce a Call for Papers for the 2021 Annual Online Conference on 2-4 June, 2021. We would be grateful if you would distribute this Call for Papers in your networks.  

The Annual ESAC conference, as a part of the 2021 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, is a networking platform tailored to bridge a wide range of environment-related researchers to share ideas, exchange thought-provoking discussions on spotlight environmental topics in Canada, and globally.

Reflecting the 2021 Congress theme “Northern Relations”, ESAC invites submissions from a diverse range of issues and topics (the list of topics is attached). The deadline for submission is February 19, 2021, at 4 pm PST.

Full details on abstract submission requirements and instruction are now available at 2021 Call of Papers, and the submission console link is Abstract Submission Console

Venue: Online – you can join the 2021 Conference without any concerning air travel carbon footprint and with reduced registration rates!

The format of our event will be packed with exciting events including:

  • Keynote events;
  • Yoga and mindfulness sessions;
  • The announcement of the 2021 ECO-Award winner;
  • Special undergraduate research showcase;
  • Research sharing and networking opportunities;
  • Trivia and social events; and more!
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The Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC) is Canada’s leading scholarly network of environmental researchers and educators. We are a non-profit, federally incorporated, bilingual organization open to members from across Canada and elsewhere. Members are welcome from educational institutions, government agencies, and private sector and non-profit organizations. Join us!

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