1/ IAPS 2020 Virtual Book Display
Louise Chawla from the University of Colorado has generously offered to organize a virtual book display during IAPS 2020. As a conference registrant, if you have a book or book chapter on the subject of people-environment studies published or forthcoming during the years 2018-2021, send Louise information about your publication and we will compile a bibliography to share with all conference participants. See attached document for more information and guidelines.
2/ Due to late entries and registrations, the web version of the complete program with links to abstracts cannot be put on line right now. It is coming soon!
In the meantime, check this pdf version regularly for the day and time of your presentation(s) by looking for your name. Please, block your agenda right away. Detailed information for the Young Researchers Workshop is now included.
3/ IMPORTANT NEW INFORMATION
Visit our Updates page or click on one of the following topics:
Registration deadline for presenters
Deadline for submission of full paper for the Young Researchers Workshop
Conference program available online
(PDF version available here - web version coming soon)
Registration deadline for non-presenting audience
Reception deadline for prerecorded presentations and posters
21-26 June 2020
IAPS 2020 Conference
27 June - 5 July 2020
Extended online availability of conference content
4/ We are proud to announce the keynote speakers for IAPS 2020: Dr Sarah Foster, Dr Anne Vernez Moudon and Dr Fábio Duarte.
We will also have a Special Session entitled "When Time Stands Still: Covid-19 and P-E Relations". Visit our Keynotes section for more detail.
IAPS 2020 is going virtual
As the world is physically coming to a halt, our minds and determination are not. More than ever, we need to confront our research results, discuss future avenues and even celebrate. This is why, in a shared decision with IAPS board, we decided to innovate and go forward with a virtual conference.
This choice will respond to many young researchers who asked for this in consideration of the fight to climate change. It is now a response to the tightening economic situation: a virtual conference will save everyone huge costs in terms of travel and accommodation expenses. It is also a flexible response to health and fatigue considerations : people will be able to join the conference from anywhere they are connected. Finally, it will be an opportunity to reach out to a much larger audience worldwide.