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COP 21 : five years later

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Published on Wednesday, March 31, 2021Wednesday, March 31, 2021 by João Fernandes

Summary

The conference is welcoming each branch of the research on sustainable development from any angle. The primary objective is to bring bright minds together to debate and detailed researches, tools, and policy advice in favor of the sustainable development goals (SDG). The conference program will focus on sustainable development issues, Paris Agreement's goals and the 17 sustainable development goals. This two-day conference is meant to discuss the early proposed solutions and their implementation by all the 195 representative states since 2016. Research will be conducted independently and freely and fuelled by collaboration between researchers from various departments.

Announcement

Presentation

The Association "Sorbonne Développement Durable" (SDD) invites submissions to the First International Conference on Sustainable Development designed by Ph.D. students for Ph.D. students to be held on April 21-22, 2021, in the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne & La Cité du développement durable, Paris, France.

The conference is planned to be held both physically in Paris (if regulations allow), and virtual participation will be possible in case of travel restrictions.

The conference is welcoming each branch of the research on sustainable development from any angle. The primary objective is to bring bright minds together to debate and detailed researches, tools, and policy advice in favor of the sustainable development goals (SDG). The conference program will focus on sustainable development issues, Paris Agreement's goals and the 17 sustainable development goals. This two-day conference is meant to discuss the early proposed solutions and their implementation by all the 195 representative states since 2016. Research will be conducted independently and freely and fuelled by collaboration between researchers from various departments.

The conference is made possible thanks to the Sorbonne Développement Durable association and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. The purpose of Sorbonne Sustainable Development is to train a new generation of researchers and decision-makers who will have the disciplinary expertise and interdisciplinary knowledge fit to address and solve sustainable development’s societal challenges. University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne is the first fully COP certified university and the UN academic impact program’s human rights hub.

Objectives

For the First International Conference on Sustainable Development, the aim is every participant to think about the box to present their research. Participants are allowed to use any materials (video, artwork, presentation, etc.) to show their idea, research, proposal within 20 minutes and 10 minutes of Q&A. The conference’s core is to put aside the discipline constraints each Ph.D. student has, such as the methodology or the lack of freedom. At the end of the conference, a summary will be proposed to the SDD association, gathering all brilliants ideas. It will provide the foundation for future work and cooperation between academic departments among universities. Hence, each discipline represented during the conference will get an equal weight on the outcome.

Priority is given to the Ph.D. candidates to present their researches in line with sustainable developments, such as climate change mitigation, adaptation, and finance, among others. The conference’s primary outcome would be to shape the ground for a brighter future, where each scientific discipline can contribute equally to the debate surrounding sustainable development.

One of the conference’s primary purposes is to gather Ph.D. students around sustainable development topics to emerge fresh ideas. The conference is slightly different from the mainstream ones so that ideas come from the young generation of researchers. A scientific committee will be in place to monitor the debates without interfering with the outcome.

Requirement

  • You are a Ph.D. student in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of your Ph.D.
  • The topic of your Ph.D. is partially or totally related to the subject of sustainable development.
  • You are able to share your personal or professional experience and work in a group.

Materials

In order to apply, provide the following documents in a single PDF-file no later than

April 4th, 2021

to Ph.D. team by following the link :

click here to open the application form (https://coda.io/form/Application-Form_dyMi6Su7gTJ)

  1. CV
  2. Proposal (max 1000 words). The proposal can include the following elements :
    1. Elaborate your idea in line with the sustainable development
      1. Develop the idea
      2. How to implement your idea
      3. Provide facts, examples, etc.
    2. PDF’s name: “Application Family surname - given name”

Organisers

  • Laurine Wagner
  • Thomas Pernet-Coudrier
  • Antoine Castet

Scientific committee

  • Yann Toma
  • Mathilde Maurel
  • Florent Pratlong
  • Kathia Martin-Chenut
  • Jean-Claude Berthelemy
  • Anne Le Naëlou
  • Antoine Mandel
  • Emmanuel Picavet

Places

  • 12, Place du Panthéon
    Paris, France (75005)
  • 45 bis avenue de la Belle Gabrielle
    Nogent-sur-Marne, France (94736)

Date(s)

  • Sunday, April 04, 2021Sunday, April 04, 2021

Attached files

Keywords

  • colloque, international, développement durable, interdisciplinaire, Ph.D.

Contact(s)

  • Laurine WAGNER
    courriel : laurine [dot] w [at] hotmail [dot] fr
  • Thomas PERNET-COUDRIER
    courriel : t [dot] pernetcoudrier [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • Laurine WAGNER
    courriel : laurine [dot] w [at] hotmail [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« COP 21 : five years later », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Wednesday, March 31, 2021Wednesday, March 31, 2021, https://calenda.org/860469

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