The 9th AESOP-Sustainable Food Planning international conference on Agroecological transitions confronting climate breakdown: Food planning for the post-carbon city will be hosted at the Faculty of Architecture, 7th and 8th November 2019,, organized by GIAU+s g, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain) and Surcos Urbanos.
To see the call for papers, click here: Call for papers Extended deadline for submission of abstracts: 22nd April 2019. Deadline for submission of (accepted) long abstracts: 15th September.
We have now published the Conference Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference of the AESOP Sustainable Food Planning group. You can download them here: 2018_Aesop publication – final version
The booklet of the conference, including the programme, directions, special events, book of abstracts and list of delegates (as closed on the 1st of November) is now available to download here as a PDF file. The abstracts are listed in alphabetical order by surname of the first author. To download, click here: Book of abstracts (PDF)
Dear all, here the link to the final programme:
Dear all, the draft version of the programme (minor changes expected) is available now. You can view it here:
Posters: if you are presenting a poster: please bring a poster that is in portrait format (no landscape) and max. size A1.
Presentations: all sessions are 90 minutes long. Some sessions have three presenters, some have four. If you are in a session with three, you will have approx. 25-30 minutes, including presentation and questions. If you are allocated to a session with four presenters, you will have approx. 20 minutes, including questions. Please check the final programme once available, as the number of presenters in your session might still change.
Publication plans: we are behind with the evaluation of the draft papers received from you in the previous weeks. We expect to make the selection closer to the date of the conference (immediately before or after), hence the full papers (from those selected) will be expected after the conference. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Food at the conference: we are proud to announce that all food served at the conference venue (Technocentre) will be organic, and that the food served during the social event (The Hub) will be local and provided by local farmers.
As we are back from holidays, we are working at the programme. We aim to have a final version by the end of September, and to circulate instructions for authors (posters, discussions, worshops and paper presentations) the first week of October at the latest. If you haven’t registered for the conference, please do so urgently!
On the 1st of June we have accepted 147 abstracts and notified the authors and co-authors. If you have submitted to the conference and haven’t received a notification from us, please get in touch (but check your spam folder first). Registrations opened on the 1st of June. Early birds registration ends on the 15th July.
The deadline for the call for papers has been extended to the 14th April 2017.