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Symposium on Environmental Pollution

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16th International Symposium on Environmental Pollution and its Impact on Life in the Mediterranean Region


IoanniaSeptember 24 to 27, 2011, Ioannina – Greece

Organized by MESAEP (Mediterranean Scientific Association of Environmental Protection), www.mesaep.org

This year’s symposium will focus on the Sustainable Water Management 


Main Subjects

Sustainable water management

Food safety and quality

IoanninaAgricultural, domestic and industrial waste

Soil quality and pollution

Outdoor and indoor air quality and pollution

Environment and human health

Impact of climate change in the Mediterranean area

Renewable energy sources

Environmental education


Abstract Submission Deadline: April 30, 2011, Acceptance Notification: May 31, 2011

 Please use the recommended on-line registration on the homepage of MESAEP:



Paper publications

All papers presented at the symposium will be eligible, upon refereeing, for publication in the peer reviewed international journal FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN (FEB), the official journal of MESAEP.


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Previous symposia

were held in Athens/Greece (1981), Crete/Greece (1983), Istanbul/Turkey (1985), Kavala/Greece (1987), Blanes/Spain (1989), Como/Italy (1991), Antibes/France (1993), Rhodes/Greece (1995), Sorrento/Italy (1997), Alicante/Spain (1999), Limassol/Cyprus (2001), Antalya/Turkey (2003), Thessaloniki/Greece (2005), Sevilla/Spain (2007) and Bari/Italy (2009).


IPC10 - International Permaculture Conference and Convergence

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 International Permaculture Conference and Convergence, IPC10

The biennial International Permaculture Conference is the world's premier permaculture gathering. 

The next International Permaculture Conference and Convergence, IPC10, will be held in Jordan across September 2011.  The theme is "Plan Jordan ~ Water".

HRH Princess Basma
bint Ali of Jordan
will be Patron of IPC10

Princess BasmaThe 1-day IPC10 Conference (open to all) and 4-day IPC10 Convergence (open to Permaculture Design Certificate graduates only) will be held in Jordan (Amman and Wadi Rum, respectively) and will be coordinated by Nadia 'Abu Yahia' Lawton & Charles Hamilton. Prior to the start of the Conference and subsequent Convergence, a two-week International Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course will be taught by a team of respected permaculture educators and pratitioners, and all three events will be followed by tours and permaculture site visits.

You are cordially invited to support this valuable initiative with your presence and involvement! Click here to learn more about the events and to book. 

  Jordan Wadi Rum

Jordan Wadi Rum2011 IPC10 Key Dates

3rd - 15th September 2011 / Amman, Jordan 

Conference Opening Dinner
16th September 2011 / Amman, Jordan 

Conference Day
17th September 2011 / Amman, Jordan 

Travel Day (Amman to Wadi Rum)
18th September 2011

19th - 22nd September / Wadi Rum, Jordan

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The XVIIIth International Conference of the Society for Human Ecology

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The XVIIIth International Conference
of the Society for Human Ecology
April 20-23, 2011
"Human Responsibility & Environmental Change:
Planning, Process, and Policy"

Click here for information.

The Society for Human Ecology (SHE) is an international interdisciplinary professional society that promotes the use of an ecological perspective in research, education, and application. 

s goals are to:

  • Provide a forum through which scientists, scholars, educators, and practitioners may exchange ideas and information.
  • Promote the advancement of an ecological perspective in interdisciplinary studies and practice.
  • Identify problems, discover their origins, examine possible solutions and  their implications, and then make recommendations for implementing those  solutions.
  • Look ahead to the consequences of human action on our social, natural, and built environments.
  • Build cooperative arrangements among human ecology programs and organizations throughout the world.
  • Facilitate the exchange of this information throughout an international network  of individuals interested in human ecology.

Resilience 2011

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March 11-16, 2011, Arizona State University

Resilience 2011

Welcome to the Conference Website for Resilience 2011, a conference that will bring together scientists from a broad spectrum of disciplinary backgrounds who are interested in the major science and policy challenges that face us all as a result of global change. The conference is organized around intellectual themes that aim to integrate knowledge from multiple perspectives. 

This website will provide all t he necessary information you need to register for the conference, submit your abstract, find accomodation, plan social events and field trips and find your way around the conference venue. 


The Conference Team.


Green Age Symposium

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Green Age Symposium Green Age Symposium

Green Age is so far the most important period that has witnessed a significant development in environmental consciousness. In this era of transformation, concerns over climate change, carbon emmissions and energy efficiency highlight the involvement of all stakeholders that play an essential role in ecological planning, architecture and design. The main focus of the symposium is to reduce the human footprint via design that minimizes pollution and consumption and to spread the ecological consciousness throughout the whole society.   

In this regard, MSFAU Facult y of Architecture adopts an innovative mission in scientific, academic, technological and research fields by taking the responsability of further promotion and development of the topic.

The symposium that will be held on December 6,7,8, 2010 aims to raise consciousness by highlighting green ecological solutions in various scales; from built environment to natural environment, from society to individual. Therefore the new step is recognized as GREEN AGE.

Green Age Symposium














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