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Environ 2020 Looking Forward to Autumn 2020

On behalf of the ESAI council and DCU Water Institute, the organisers of the Irish Environmental Researchers Colloquium, ENVIRON 2020 we have decided to postpone the conference scheduled for April, in Dublin City University. ENVIRON 2020 organisers are working closely with DCU, hotel and other suppliers to rearrange a new date for the event which will be in the Autumn in Dublin City University.

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This years theme is "Ireland’s Water, Energy and Environment in a Climate and Biodiversity Emergency" has seen huge support, with almost 200 abstracts submitted in themes as diverse as food & water to Land use & waste to energy & hydrogen storage to climate change. A number of abstracts also were themed around air-quality and invasive species, particularly relevant with the current pandemic as we all work together to do everything we can to prevent the spread of the virus. Given the dynamic nature of participants research, the organisers will facilitate anyone looking to make modifications to their submissions as a result of the postponement. You will be notified of this procedure via email closer to the rescheduled dates.  

Remember we must continue to research, learn and develop solutions to Ireland’s Water, Energy and Environment in a Climate and Biodiversity Emergency.

We have had continued support from keynote speakers, delegates and exhibitors of which we are very appreciative. Thank you all for your continued support.  

Keep an eye on the Environ 2020 website for updates.

 



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