Call for Virtual Conference on Environmental Justice (ICEJ’23)
The ICEJ’23 aims to bring together research scholars working in the area of Environmental Justice. The purpose of the Conference is to encourage young research scholars to present their research before a panel of academic experts and to receive valuable feedback for further research. Furthermore, this Conference seeks to build fruitful research collaborations among institutions across the world.
The Conference welcomes submissions by postgraduate students and early-career researchers from any discipline. In the case of co-authors, at least one of the authors must be a current postgraduate student or an early-stage career academic.
The thematic areas of the Conference will be centred around issues of Environmental Justice. The acceptance of abstracts will depend on the relevance of the issues raised by the conference panels and the originality of the research after being screened by a panel of reviewers. The abstracts selected by the reviewers will be invited for a full paper presentation at the Conference. The selected authors at the Conference will be offered the possibility to publish their paper in a special journal publication, subject to a careful selection following editorial and peer reviews.
Sessions and regions:
- Environmental Justice: Asian dimensions and legal responses
- Beyond Environmental Justice: Climate Justice, Energy Justice and the Just Transition
- Environmental issues in the United States of America with an interdisciplinary approach and a perspective on Environmental Justice