International workshop on Geography and Sustainability
The Workshop theme will be Geography for Sustainable Development in the Post-pandemic Era.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made its impact on all aspects of the world, magnifying the challenges for fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals set out in the 2030 Agenda. The significant challenges of sustainable development highlight an urgent need to understand the mechanisms linking the human and nature systems systematically. Geography, as a transdisciplinary discipline studying the coupled human and nature systems and their interactions, cover both human and nature dimensions and provide important theories, methodologies, models, data that can better fit sustainability science’s research needs and address real-world sustainability issues in the post-pandemic era.
This workshop brings together researchers around the world, in collaboration with IGU commissions, to identify common challenges and discuss solutions to promote sustainable development in the post-pandemic era through an integrated geographic perspective.
The workshop will present the latest research progress on geography and sustainability in the post-pandemic era and is expected to provide a valuable contribution to transforming our world for sustainable development in the post-pandemic era.
The workshop is open to interested participants worldwide. English is the working language throughout the workshop.
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