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Extended Deadline for Papers and Panels

We wish to inform you of an extended submission deadline for the 2022 Toronto Conference on Earth System Governance. The deadline for full panel and paper submissions has been extended by two weeks. The new date is February 15th, 2022. The deadline for innovative session submissions will remain the same. This year’s conference will be planned for on-site attendance in Toronto, with opportunities for virtual access and paper presentations. The conference hosts, the University of Toronto and the University of Waterloo warmly welcome the community to Canada in the autumn. This year’s theme (“Governing accelerated transitions: justice, creativity, and power in a transforming world”) encompasses an array of opportunities for debate and discussion. We hope that this extension affords you more time and opportunity for your submissions!  Full Call for Papers and Conference Streams

Key Dates:

  • Deadline for paper and full session abstracts: 15 February 2022
  • Deadline for Innovative Sessions: 15 February 2022
  • Notification of acceptance:  31 March 2022
  • Full papers due: 22 August 2022

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