Registration is now open for the 2021 IASNR Virtual Conference, “Building a Global Network for Natural Resource Social Science.” Poster and individual abstracts are being accepted through February 28. We have received over 20 fantastic organized session proposals, and we are still considering new proposals for special sessions such as workshops and panels. We would especially like to receive additional special session proposals from outside of North America. The conference planning team will work with you to make sure the timing and format of your sessions and presentations work with your schedule, no matter where in the world you’re located.
We are also still recruiting “Hub Leaders” from across the globe to help coordinate conference sessions of regional interest. While we already have confirmed Hub Leaders for North America, South Africa, Europe, Australia, and East Asia, we welcome IASNR members from other parts of the world who would like to help connect their regions to the global network for natural resource social science. Please contact us if you are interested in serving as a Hub Leader, especially if you work in Central or South America, the Caribbean, South or Central Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, or the South Pacific.
Please submit your abstract or organized session proposal electronically by going to the 2021 Virtual IASNR Conference webpage or by clicking here and selecting “Add” next to “Submit Abstracts (Oral Presentations and Posters)” or “Submit Session Proposals” on the left side of the page. Please note: a login account is required before a session proposal can be submitted; you must also be logged into your account.
All abstracts must be submitted by February 28, 2021. If you have extenuating circumstances that prohibit you from submitting by the deadline, please email [email protected].
Registration for the 2021 Virtual IASNR Conference is now open! The cost is $120 for professionals, $45 for early career professionals and students with institutional support/funding, and $15 for students and individuals from developing countries. IASNR membership is required for conference participation and not included in the registration fee.