The International Conferences on Environmental Future (ICEFs) are a distinguished series, the first of which preceded the historic 1972 Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment.
At this time, 'interdisciplinary' thinking is considered key to solving environmental problems, but it is unclear what this thinking is or would be and how it might be progressed in future.
The 6th ICEF aims to explore the current and potential future extent and nature of interdisciplinary research and management practice across the environmental domain.
Eighty speakers, from many countries have agreed to give presentations, and abstracts from up to 370 registered participants will be considered for oral or poster presentations. The 6th ICEF is a major international forum that will inform senior scientists, environmental managers and policy formers and encourage debate about 'interdisciplinary' progress in environmental science and management
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