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2020 Virtual Forum

Event start: 20200915
End date: 20200917

Event description

Between precarity and possibility: Implications of disruption for Earth System Governance

Virtual Event, 15-17 September, 2020

The 2020 Virtual Forum on Earth System Governance will be held 15 – 17 September 2020, the first ever Earth System Governance event to bring together the global research alliance in a virtual setting. This free of charge three-day event aims to spur academic debate and discussions within the domain of earth system governance, meanwhile providing stimulating and meaningful opportunities for our community to engage and interact.

The programme encompasses 2 Plenary Sessions, 6 Semi-Plenary Sessions and 8 parallel Innovative Sessions, as well as room for informal networking and breaks. In addition side-events will also be held, such as the early career World Café on the 14th September and the Earth System Governance Taskforce & Meeting Day on the 18th September. We invite you register to join the conversation!

Please visit the website for further information about registration and the programme for the 2020 Virtual Forum on Earth System Governance.

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