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October 2021

envecon 2022: call for abstracts and session proposals

We are continuing our call for abstract submissions for envecon 2022, which will take place on Friday 18th March. Save the date!

We are seeking 2-page abstracts of academically rigorous work that has direct implications for practitioners. Abstracts should convey the theory tested, results, and their practical implications. Topics of particular interest can be seen in the image above.

You can also get in touch with us if you’d like to organise a panel or papers session around a particular topic.

Please submit your abstracts or session proposals by 13th December by emailing


Recognising the Value of Africa's Carbon Superpowers

a forestLAB & LSE event

Africa’s highly forested, low deforestation nations play a significant role in global carbon sequestration, yet their share of climate funding is inadequate. Join the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment and forestLAB for a pre-COP26 debate to explore how countries such as Gabon can realise the value of their forests in a way that is both climate-positive and economically sustainable.

When: Oct 19th, 4pm (UK time)

More info & Registration: Click here


Good COP, Bad COP: A Climate Change Theatre Festival

As world leaders meet in Glasgow this November, Rising Tides and The Space are bringing artists to the table. Good COP, Bad COP is a two-week festival of new writing, readings, workshops, films, and music to creatively engage with the issues that face our future.

UKNEE recommends this festival as a provocative way to broaden our understanding of environmental concerns and responses beyond economic approaches.

Click here for more information, the event schedule, and how to attend.

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