Mountains 2020 will stress how scientific research can contribute to innovative science-based solutions for challenges that mountain areas face today, with a focus on climate risks, food security, environmental degradation and human migration.
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Dr. Martin Price is a Professor at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Director of the Center for Mountain Studies in Perth, Coordinator of the Masters in Sustainable Mountain Development and UNESCO Chair.
After this period, the guided daytrips will be charged separately, in addition to the conference/workshop registration fee, and confirmation will be based on availability of space.
Call for presentations of experiences on sustainable development in mountains for the III Workshop on Sustainable Development in Mountain Environments is now open. Deadline: August 31, 2018.
Many people have asked....so the July 31th: Last day for registrations with discounts
Due to many requests for an extension of the deadline the Scientific Committee has agreed to extend the deadline for submission.
Mountains 2018 will be organized along two segments: the III Workshop on Sustainable Development in Mountain Environments on 10-12 December; and the II International Conference on Research for Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions on 12-14 December.
The Scientific Commission worked very hard to rank almost 30 high-quality Symposiums from all five continents.