Sunday, June 14, 2015

Event - Geo Conference on Ecology, Economics, Education and Legislation: SGEM 2015

The 15th SGEM will take place on Tuesday June 16 to Thursday Jun 25, 2015, in Bulgaria. This event will bring together scientists, educators, and practitioners representing research and educational institutions, companies, governmental agencies and consulting organizations from all over the world to exchange ideas, to define the research priorities in the above fields and to propose potential solutions to problems related to the global changes.

The first SGEM took place in 2001 and to celebrate the 15th Anniversary edition of the conference all participants will receive a 15 percent discount on registration fees. The event considers questions concerned to Ecology and Environmental protection; Environmental Economics; Education and Accreditation; Environmental Legislation, Multilateral Relations and Funding Opportunities.

The conference will be organized in Workshops and Invited Sessions that will be held as a parallel to the conference oral presentations sessions. These are additional opportunities for the SGEM participants to exchange views and to learn about the best practices in environmental researches application and management. The concurrent SGEM Expo, related to the conference topics, is another excellent opportunity to promote a company and to meet potential clients and business partners. All the sessions are accompanied with various social events to make the conference a pleasant experience in all aspects.

All theoretical, methodological and conceptual reports presenting contemporary geoscience development and problems solving ideas are expected with a great interest. Special attention will be given to reports, proposing science based ideas for decision-making and adaptation to the new reality of global changes. During the Official Award Ceremony that will be held on the last day, authors of the Best presentations (Oral/PhD/Poster) will be awarded by the Scientific Committee with special crystal plaques.

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