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Environ 2020 Rescheduled until Autumn 2020

The upcoming 30th Irish Environmental Researchers Colloquium, ENVIRON 2020, hosted in collaboration between the ESAI  and DCU Water Institute has been rescheduled to take place in October 2020. This was a decision taken jointly by DCU and the ESAI after weighing up all the factors including the predicted increased risk levels associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the coming weeks.


This event was originally scheduled to run over three days from 27th – 29th April, including a variety of workshops, oral and poster presentations and panel discussions. Given the current level of uncertainty associated with the spread of COVID19, we would consider hosting the conference at this time as presenting an unnecessary risk.  The decision was taken now rather than closer to the conference to provide clarity to all participants, speakers and sponsors.


We would like to thank all the organisers, researchers and sponsors for their work to date. All accepted submissions and workshops will be moved to the October dates. Thank you to all who have already submitted.


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 closer to the  rescheduled dates.  


Environ is the longest running and largest forum for environmental researchers in Ireland and we look forward to hosting the rescheduled event in Autumn 2020.

 



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