Edges and Flows: Diversity, Environment, and Society
University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
June 3 – June 5, 2013
The Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC) is pleased to invite you to participate in its annual conference as part of the Congress of the Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences 2013, at the University of Victoria.
As Canada’s leading association of interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners involved in a diversity of environmental fields, ESAC facilitates networking and dialogue across environment-related fields and practices. The 2013 ESAC conference provides a unique opportunity for delegates to take part in a lively exchange of ideas relating to sustainability among a broad range of students, academic researchers, members of NGOs, community groups, and the public and private sector academics, practitioners, policy makers, and activists.
This year’s conference theme, “Edges and Flows: Diversity, Environment, and Society”, is reflected in the location of the conference at Canada’s edge and the coastal geography of the University.
June 3: Breakfast Reception and Keynote speaker: To Be Announced
June 4: Public Event in collaboration with the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions: The Benefits of the Carbon Tax
June 4: Wine Cheese and Poster Session
June 5: Public Event in collaboration with the Protected Areas and Poverty Reduction Alliance
ESAC Conference Checklist
- Register for Congress if you have not yet done so (be sure to select ESAC as your association)
- Book your accommodations
- Apply for a Travel Grant by January 27
- Nominate an individual for the ESAC ECO-Award
- Send in your presentation (panel, poster, or paper) submission
For more information, please email email@example.com
Chris Ling and Leslie King
ESAC 2013 Conference Chairs and Co-Presidents