Co-hosts are the core institutional partners of the
conference. They cooperate with the Earth System Governance Project on content,
organisation, and communication of the conference, and are providing
substantial support to the organization of the conference.
The University of Arizona (UA) is located in Tucson,
Arizona, just 60 miles north of the border with Mexico. Across the university,
many faculty and departments work on environmental issues and earth system governance
including in the School of Geography and Development, the Institute of the
Environment, the Center for Latin American Studies and the Udall Center for
Public Policy. Many programs connect UA
to Latin America with many collaborations with Mexico on border and
We are honored that
Prof. Peter Dauvergne will be the opening keynote speaker of the 2019 Mexico
Conference on Earth System Governance.
Peter Dauvergne is a professor of international relations at the University of British Colombia (Canada), specializing in global environmental politics. His research covers the politics of social movements, consumption, technology, and corporations, especially the consequences for social inequality and ecosystem degradation in the global South. Recent topics include the politics of artificial intelligence, plastic pollution, industrial mining, ocean conservation, climate change, food security, biofuels, and tropical deforestation.
Register before 1 June 2019 to benefit from the early-bird registration fee. Presenters of papers have to register before 15 September 2019. General registration will stay open until the first day of the conference.
Registration for the Winter School and the Taskforce & Meeting Day will be separate and will open soon.
The Call for Papers for the 2019 Mexico Conference on Earth System Governance closed on 8 March 2019. We received 448 abstracts which were reviewed in a double-blind process by our international review panel consisting of 97 earth system governance scholars from all over the world. Today, the review process has been completed and all authors of abstracts have been notified about the outcomes of the review process. Coordinators of panel submissions will be notified later this week.
The call for innovative sessions is now also closed. We still welcome proposals for meetings at the Taskforce & Meeting Day on 9 November 2019. Suggestions for such meetings can be submitted to email@example.com.
The review process for the #ESG2019 Mexico Conference on Earth System Governance has been completed. 448 abstracts, 97 reviewers, more than 2.200 grades! We thank the members of our International Review Panel for their efforts! https://t.co/uhvHai5INU
The Call for Papers for the 2019 Mexico Conference on Earth System Governance closed on 8 March 2019.
We still welcome proposals for non-traditional sessions, such as roundtables (which may include policy-makers, academics, or representatives of social movements and non-governmental organizations), policy games, book launches, and book seminars. All non-traditional sessions can be proposed directly to the conference organizers by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals should include a description of the session (1 page) and a list of participants. Proposals will be reviewed by the conference organizers.
Deadline for innovative sessions is 1 April 2019
In response for the Call for Papers, 448 abstracts have been submitted.
We are delighted to invite you to the 2019 Mexico Conference on Earth System Governance, to be held 6 – 8 November 2019 in Oaxaca, Mexico. The conference is hosted by the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the Earth System Governance Project.