• 8 September 2022

Sea Level Rise Conference 2022: Call for Posters now open!

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In our previous news, we alerted you that you can now register to attend the Sea Level Rise Conference. This Conference brings together researchers, stakeholders and policy professionals to exchange on regional to local sea level change in Europe on 17 and 18 October 2022 in Venice.

The Sea Level Rise Conference has now also opened a call for posters!

The Sea Level Rise Conference provides a forum for researchers, knowledge end-users and sea level rise stakeholders at large to highlight their research, user perspectives at local or regional level, or a participatory program. Posters can cover any project, program or initiative that enriches the conference scope, such as:

  • Stakeholder needs or challenges
  • Local perspectives
  • Best practices
  • Efforts to inform policy or decision-making
  • Scientific syntheses
  • Experience-sharing

The Sea Level Rise Conference will hold a dedicated session for participants to explore posters, which will remain available throughout the conference. We will also promote your poster to our online audience through our website.

Submissions for posters will be accepted until 3 October or until all available spaces have been filled. Applicants will be notified shortly after submission whether their posters have been accepted for the exhibit.

 

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