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Berlin Conference 2010: Call for Paper

01.03.2010
The Berlin Conference Steering Committee and its partners invite papers for this year’s ‘Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change’. The 2010 conference will be the tenth event in the series of annual European Conferences.

This year’s discussions will address the theme ‘Social dimensions of environmental change and governance’. The conference will be held in Berlin from 8-9th October 2010.

Paper proposals are expected by April 6, 2010. All paper submissions will be reviewed by an international review panel. Notification of the decision will be sent by e-mail no later than June 30, 2010. Full papers are expected by September 20, 2010.

You will find the Call for Paper by following the link:
http://www.berlinconference.org/2010/wp-content/uploads/BC2010_CFP.pdf
Further information about the conference will be posted at:
http://www.berlinconference.org/2010/
In addition to the Berlin Conference there will be a Marie Curie training course for Ph.D. students and young researchers. Further information on the training course you will find at:

http://www.berlinconference.org/2010/mariecurie/

We would be very grateful if you could forward this invitation to further
colleagues who might be interested in participating.

Klaus Jacob | Freie Universität Berlin
Further information:
http://ww.fu-berlin.de
http://www.berlinconference.org/2010/

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