Global Environmental Sciences Summit Welcomes Experts From Around the World, Online
Obviously, COVID-19 limited business travel. No more in-person conferences or trade shows. In the big picture of the Corona Crisis, this seems like a benign side-effect, however prolonged interruption of the science that affects our shared, global environment could have an impact sooner than later. The environmental challenges that existed prior to this pandemic still exist.
As part of our mission to closely support our customers and facilitate environmental and scientific communications, we are pleased to invite you to the virtual Global Environmental Sciences Summit.
Some of our keynote and session presenters include experts from:
- United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- United Nations Environment Programme, Kenya
- Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
- Carnegie Mellon University, United States
- ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Switzerland
- University of Montréal, Canada
- National Environmental Engineering Research Institute of India
- University of Marche, Italy
- Waseda University, Japan
- Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China
Our environmental sciences lab customers have expressed that their scientists and researchers miss the chance to attend conferences and symposiums – learning what their fellow scientists across the world are focused on.
We will provide a much-needed opportunity for the environmental science community to come together, network, learn, exchange ideas, and continue to advance critical work.
The Summit will feature a series of concurrent technical sessions and discussions across a wide variety of topics and themes, including:
- Emerging Contaminants
- Green Chemistry
- Air Quality
- Microplastics and Plastics
- Soil and Agriculture
Additionally, there will be a Digital Poster Hall displaying the latest technical content submitted by academic and industry professionals.
We are proud to be hosting the Global Environmental Sciences Summit and to provide this free, open platform. Nobody knows what our new normal will look like in six months… in a one year… or in five years, but we do know that the critical work needed to address our environmental challenges must continue to take place.
See you there!