2020 Call for Papers – Accepting submissions up to February 14
The Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC.ca) is pleased to invite you to participate in our 2020 Annual Conference as part of the 2020 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences (www.congress2020.ca).
The 2020 Annual Conference will be packed with exciting events and opportunities, including:
• Keynote Events at Western University;
• The Annual ESAC Wine and Cheese Reception;
• Sessions and workshops geared to graduate students;
• The announcement of the 2020 ECO-Award winner;
• Research sharing and networking opportunities;
• Annual ESAC Field Trip in London, Ontario; and more!
As part of the 2020 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, ESAC is now accepting submissions to the official 2020 Call for Papers. Please click the download link below to learn more about the 2020 Annual Conference and how to submit a proposal.
Reflecting the 2020 Congress theme (www.congress2020.ca/about) “Confronting Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism”, ESAC invites submissions from a diverse range of issues and themes, including (but not limited to):
- Environmental Knowledge
- Sustainable Livelihoods
- Climate Change
- Environmental Education
- Community Sustainability
- Environmental Politics
- Sustainable Development
- Ecological Economics
- Environmental Policy
- Sustainable Food Systems
- Gender and Environment
- Marketing Sustainability
- Resource Management
- Environmental Psychology
- Political Ecology
- Environmental Justice
All proposals must be submitted through the Abstract Submission Console (https://forms.gle/yxQnRo5w44f7Q5rYA). While the review of abstracts is underway, please note we will still accept submissions up to February 14, 2020 (acceptance e-mails will be sent out by mid-February 2020).
The organizing committee is accepting two proposal formats:
• In-person participants are asked to submit abstracts for individual paper presentations (of 15 minutes each);
• Digital participants are asked to submit abstracts for research highlights dialogues (of 15 minutes each). Instead of presenting their work through a formal presentation with background slides, digital participants are expected to provide 4-6 questions in advance of the conference, to guide a live conversation about the research project (No slides will be available to digital participants).
Graduate students are encouraged to make submissions as regular participants.
Through the online Abstract Submission Console (https://forms.gle/yxQnRo5w44f7Q5rYA), applicants will be asked to provide a proposed title, key words, and an abstract (maximum 200 words).