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Taskforce Meeting Day

On 27 October 2023, extensive meeting space at the conference will be provided for back-to-back events of our Project’s Taskforces, Working Groups, and Affiliated Projects.

Through Taskforces, the Earth System Governance Project seeks to push the frontiers of research in specific areas of its research agenda. Taskforces are led by Lead Faculty or Senior Research Fellows, with numerous Research Fellows participating. The Annual Conference is an opportunity for these groups to hold wider meetings, open up to new members, and set the agenda for the year.

Below are the provisional timeslots 

Taskforces and Working Groups are entitled to a 2-hour time slot, with the possibility of an additional 2-hour slot depending on room availability.

If you wish to organize a meeting, please contact the Radboud Conference organizers by email (

  Time Start Time End
Meeting block 1 08:30 10:30
Coffee break 10:30 11:00
Meeting block 2 11:00 13:00
Lunch 13:00 14:00
Meeting Block 3 14:00 16:00
Coffee Break 16:00 16:30
Meeting Block 4 16:30 18:30

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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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