6th International EcoSummit Congress

Event date/s:

Sunday, 21 June 2020 -
Thursday, 25 June 2020


Early-bird Registration
US$530 + GST at 10% = US$583.00
Standard Registration
US$645 + GST at 10% = US$709.50
Student Registration*
US$295 + GST at 10% = US$324.50
Developing Country Registration**
US$259 + GST at 10% = US$284.90
One-day Registration
US$270 + GST at 10% = US$297.00
Conference Dinner Ticket
US$80 + GST at 10% = US$88.00
Beach Barbecue Ticket
US$40 + GST at 10% = US$44.00

*Student rate applies to those registered for a higher degree. This rate does not apply to Postdoctoral researchers.
** Delegates should be Nationals of and Resident in a developing country as stipulated in the HINARI Project.

Early-bird registration deadline: 27 March 2020

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6th International EcoSummit Congress

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The 6th International EcoSummit Congress - EcoSummit 2020 – Building a sustainable and desirable future: Adapting to a changing land and sea-scape, will take place at The Gold Coast Convention Centre, Gold Coast, Australia, from 21st – 25th June 2020. This conference series was founded in 1996 in Copenhagen, as a forum for scientists, practioners, and policy-makers working across disciplines to solve the integrated environmental, social, and economic problems facing the world today. Since 1996, EcoSummits have occurred around the world (Canada, China, USA and Europe), with EcoSummit 2016 hosting 1400 participants from 87 countries in Montpellier, France. EcoSummit 2020 will have a focus on coastal and marine ecosystems including adjacent terrestrial ecosystems and all habitats that are integrated within those ecosystems, including river networks, wetlands and catchments. We expect all aspects of environmental modelling, engineering, science, and policy to be covered under the focus of climate adaptation and the need for developing socio-economic and environmental resilience and sustainable prosperity around the world. Further focus will be placed on fragile systems that are more likely to suffer the consequences of climate change and anthropogenic pressure such as islands, coastal communities and arid landscapes. In the current context of an increasing world population, in particular in coastal regions, it is evident that building sustainable cities and using resources sustainably is inevitable. It is envisaged that the Summit will produce a declaration encompassing its vision and policy recommendations.

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