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Call for Abstracts EFUF2020

Author:  EFUF
  15/01/2020
Last Updated:  15/01/2020

19-22 May 2020, Manchester

The 2020 European Forum on Urban Forestry invites researchers and urban forest professionals to submit abstracts for contributions. This includes – but is not limited to – applied as well as academic research, and perspectives/experience reports of professionals and practitioners. EFUF emphasizes the connection of practice and scientific knowledge, encouraging a variety of possible formats to contribute to the conference.

In 2020 we are encouraging contributions that explore the urban forest through three themes:

  • Theme 1: ‘Keeping cities cool and reducing flood risk’ – How our urban forests help to provide resilience, and what we can do to make them more adaptable to climate change and urban expansion
  • Theme 2: ‘The air we breathe, the water we drink and the way we feel’ – The role of the urban forest in meeting our basic life needs and addressing the challenges of physical and mental health
  • Theme 3: ‘Trees and urban design’ – How trees and GI are integral to the development of our towns and cities in creating places where people want to live, work and play and how forest products can help to reduce our carbon footprint.

We accept oral talks, posters and other non-commercial contributions. Abstracts <(maximum 2,500 characters including spaces) are only accepted in English language. They must not include figures, tables or attachment and should be related to one of the above themes. Deadline for submission is 1st February 2020 (extended deadline).

For abstract submission,/strong>, please use the online system: easychair.org/conferences/?conf=efuf2020. You will have to setup an account (accounts from previous conferences can be re-used).

The programme committee will determine whether a work will be accepted for presentation, considering the significance and/or the innovative character of the contribution. Authors will be informed on the acceptance of their contribution by the 21st February 2020.

At least one of the authors should register for the conference, and should have their fee settled by 30 April 2020.

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Attendance at EFUF 2020 is also an opportunity to learn more about the new Sino-Europe CLEARING HOUSE project which is exploring the role of urban forestry as a nature based solution. Key team members will be present to answer your questions and explain more about the four year project.

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