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Practical Information

Guidelines for Presenting Authors and Innovative Sessions Organizers

For those presenting in panels and/or organizing innovative sessions, please note the following information:
Each room will have a hybrid setup and desktop computer. Additionally, a whiteboard and markers will be provided.
There will also be a volunteer to assist chairs and presenters with a good technical setup, especially for hybrid sessions. Moreover, the volunteer will be available to help with room setup, including furniture arrangement, should your session necessitate a specific layout.
Presenters should be aware of the following:
  • Online presenters should log into the Zoom link 15 minutes early. The volunteer will make presenters a co-host of the Zoom meeting and allow you to test your slides and mic
  • In-person attendees should arrive at the room 10 minutes early and introduce themselves to the chair and volunteer
  • In-person PowerPoint presentations should be brought on a USB stick
  • PowerPoint presentations do not need to be and should not be shared with conference organisers
The estimated presentation times depend on the number of presenters:
  • Three presenters in your panel = 20 minutes each
  • Four Presenters in your panel = 15 minutes each
  • Five presenters in your panel = 12 minutes each
Please respect the chair’s guidelines and allow each presenter to receive sufficient space for presentation and questions.


  1. Hotelship Johann Strauss Nijmegen (exclusively reserved for the participants of the 2023 Radboud Conference on Earth System Governance)
  2. Sanadome Hotel & Spa Nijmegen (code that participants can use to book a room: RadboudESG23102023)
  3. Van der Valk Lent-Nijmegen
  4. Nimma
  5. Mercure
  6. Guesthouse Vertoef 

About Nijmegen

Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands, the second to be recognized as such in Roman times, and in 2005 celebrated 2,000 years of existence. The city welcomes over 43,000 students.

Plan your visit


By rail

Every day, NS (Nederlandse Spoorwegen) Dutch railways transports visitors into the heart of the city.

The closest station to the conference site (Radboud University) is Nijmegen Heyendaal’ Station which connects to the Nijmegen Centraal Station within 6 minutes.
Nijmegen Centraal Station is less than 2km away from Radboud University, should you prefer to walk.

Using the intercity service, you can easily travel from Amsterdam to Nijmegen in approximately 90 minutes, with a ticket price of €21.10. The official website of NS offers discounted rates of up to 40% for advance bookings, but these rates are non-refundable.

By air

If you plan to travel to Holland by air, it’s probable that your destination will be Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. Although the airport is located approximately 135 km away from Nijmegen, there’s a reliable and speedy train service available. You can easily catch a train from the station located within the airport and expect to arrive in Nijmegen in about 90 minutes. Direct trains run twice an hour, providing a convenient transportation option.

Nijmegen is situated near the German border, making the airports in Weeze and Düsseldorf ideal for traveling long distances. However, it’s important to note that these airports, along with Eindhoven airport, do not have direct connections to Nijmegen. Weeze International Airport is the closest option at a distance of just over 50 kilometers from Nijmegen, while Düsseldorf and Eindhoven airports are about 70 kilometers away.


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2022 opening plenary of #ESG2022

The official opening session of the 2022 Toronto Conference on Earth System Governance was hosted at the conference venue and streamed live to virtual attendees.

This conference was opened by the Conference Chairs, and the Oran R. Young Prize for best early career paper was presented.

The keynote presentation was by Tzeporah Berman: “Oil Politics in a World on Fire”

Earth System Governance International Project Office

If you have any questions about the 2023 Radboud Conference on Earth System Governance, you can reach out to our international project office. We will get back to you regarding your questions within a few working days.


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