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Call For Abstracts

Please submit an abstract for a contributed paper or poster, organized session, or virtual workshop to the 28th International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment (IICE). Submissions should be sent to by August 1, 2023.  Abstracts can be modified through Sept 1, 2023. 

The full conference program will become available in September 2023.   


Abstracts should be 400 words or less and include a title, a list of authors/affiliations, and a summary of the presentation.  Please indicate 1) a paper or poster, 2) a potential session based on the topics listed below (or suggest a new one), and 3) if you are an academic, researcher/practitioner, activist, or student.  Organized sessions should include the session title and the above information for each presenter.  Workshops should include a title, presenters/affiliations, and a summary of what the workshop will entail.  


The 28th IICE will broadly focus on the theme of climate change and coastal communities and the challenges that societies face in doing so.  Topics that may be addressed (and serve as conference sessions) include climate change, coastal ecology, conservation and management of natural resources, renewable energy, pollution and waste, urban environmental studies, environmental justice, the close connection between indigenous people and the environment, broad-scale sustainability, public health, and others that address environmental issues in general. 

The International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment, IICE brings together academics, researchers, and practitioners to approach environmental issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. 

At the IICE, you'll expand your professional network, and learn about today's most pressing human and planetary problems presented in a scholarly research format, while attending interactive discussions, workshops, and keynote addresses.

The goal of the IICE is to facilitate the exchange of information among people from different countries and disciplinary backgrounds so that participants can listen, discuss, and consider new concepts to implement in their area of study.


We believe that a cross-discipline and cross-boundary exchange is beneficial and essential if we address the complex, multifaceted environmental issues of the present-day and the future. IICE attendees organize presentations, attend round table discussions, engage with keynote speakers, and obtain new professional connections in a safe and diverse academic space. 

2021 Keynote address featuring Dr. Meenal Shrivastava at the 26th IICE. Imagining a post-Covid World: Education and the Political Economy of the Pandemic.

Land Acknowledgement Greeting with Miguel Sague Jr. at the 26th International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment.

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