MAK’IT International Conference, 7 April 2022
WHAT ROLES FOR SCIENCE IN CRISIS TIMES?
Outlook in the health, environment and agriculture interconnected areas
APRIL 07, 2022 – 10:00-17:30 CEST
Charles Flahault Amphitheatre, Institut de Botanique, Montpellier, France
163 rue Auguste Broussonnet 34090 Montpellier
Organized by the Montpellier Institute for Advanced Knowledge on Transitions (MAKIT), in collaboration with the South Centre, this event aims to provide a space for dialogue between scientists, decision-makers and other actors involved in the management of crisis, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Discussions among eminent specialists will address new crisis scenarios related to health, environment and agriculture in their different dimensions, examine the complex science-policy-public interactions at play, and the role of science and scientists in the search for sustainable and long-lasting solutions for crisis resolution.
The conference will be organized in a hybrid format, with options for in-person and online attendance. Interpretation will be available in French and English.
CALL FOR E-POSTERS
Our conference will feature a Digital Poster platform (E-Posters). Applicants will be invited to submit a digital poster based on the submission of a short abstract (2000-characters).
E-POSTERS CAN BE SUBMITTED IN TWO MODALITIES:
- E-Poster with pre-recorded video- The abstracts selected for this category will be available as posters in PDF format accompanied by a pre-recorded explanatory video.
- E-Poster- The abstracts selected for this category will be presented only as posters in PDF format.
The call for abstracts is open until March 20, 2022. Successful applicants will be notified by March 22, 2022. Selected posters must be uploaded to the virtual platform by March 31, 2022.
For the video recordings of the panels, more information on the conference, abstract and e-poster guidelines, and to register, please go to: https://makit2022conference.vfairs.com/
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This article was tagged: Agriculture, COVID-19, Crisis, Environment, Health, Pandemic, Science and Technology (S&T)