Because of the continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, iSEE transformed iSEE Congress Fall 2021, “Circular Food Systems,” into an online format. Congress became a series of one-hour Zoom webinars in October and November.
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iSEE Congress (Ongoing)
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As part of its outreach mission, the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment (iSEE) will host a major international conference each fall. We call it the iSEE Congress.
The purpose of this conference is to assemble leading national and international scientists from different disciplines to present the latest scientific research on grand world challenges of sustainability, energy generation and conservation, and the environment. Attendees will gain understanding about the latest knowledge in these areas — and the directions for future research, actions and policy frameworks that could contribute to long-term breakthroughs.
Each Congress will provide a forum to not only discuss the challenges facing global water availability, but also to highlight an agenda for actionable research. iSEE hopes that by bringing local, national, and international experts — from academia, industry, governments and NGOs — together for these discussions, it will foster new research collaborations across disciplines and across continents to solve grand world challenges.
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