The Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC) is a Learned Society formed in 1993 to further research and teaching activities in areas related to environmental studies in Canada. ESAC is a non-profit, federally incorporated, bilingual organization open to members from educational institutions, government agencies, and private sector and non-profit organizations.
Join ESAC today to:
- Attend the ESAC 2014 Conference with other educators, scientists, students, activists and artists
- Submit your work; paper, panel, poster or new this year, PechaKucha presentation
- Receive six issues of A\J – Alternatives Journal – Canada’s Environmental Voice
- Receive the ESAC newsletter and access to the ESAC-L listserv
- and more!
Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC) 2014 Annual Conference
Part of Congress 2014: “Borders Without Boundaries”
Brock University, St. Catharines, ON.
May 27 – May 29, 2014
Including Poster Competition, Wine and Cheese event, PechaKucha Night, and Banquet!
Keynote speakers Dr. Ella Haley and Dr. Liette Vasseur have been confirmed.
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