International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment
The IICE's purpose is to bring together academics, researchers, and practitioners who have an interest in approaching environmental issues from interdisciplinary perspective. Our goal is to facilitate the exchange of information among people from different countries and disciplinary backgrounds so that participants can hear, discuss, and consider new concepts to implement in their area of study. We believe that a cross-discipline and cross-boundary exchange is not only beneficial, but essential if we are to address the complex, multifaceted environmental issues of present day and the future.
To enhance our understanding between our natural world and human institutions through collective learning and discussion.
Registration includes access to all conference presentations, sessions and functions. Lunch and coffee is provided and all IICE participants receive a one year IEA membership with access to our journal the Interdisciplinary Environmental Review, IER. All presenters have the opportunity to publish their paper in the IER.
How it Works
Conference attendees organize a paper or poster presentation, round table discussion, special panel, or simply be an observer. Presentations are followed by Q&A and small or full group discussion.
A view of San Juan, P.R. during a conference field trip. June 2019.