Call For Submissions
FORMAT OF THE CONFERENCE
|22 – 27 March 2022||PRECONFERENCE REGENERATIVE DESIGN AND HAND-BUILDING COURSE|
|28 – 30 March 2022||THE CONFERENCE|
|Abstracts and final presentations|
|Deadline for submission of abstracts for papers, posters etc||31 October 2021|
|Deadline for receipt of amended abstracts||15 January 2022|
|Deadline for submission of final presentations||28 February 2022|
The Conference Secretariat will mail acceptance notices to presenters.
|Early Bird registration||15 November 2021|
|Standard registration||15 February 2022|
2022 CONFERENCE SUBMISSIONS
- Please submit an abstract of no longer than 300 words, supply 5-6 key words and a short one-paragraph biography at the end of your abstract (no lengthy CVs please) for introduction purposes.
- Please click on the session below in which you would like to make a submission - note that you are able to make multiple submissions. If you would like to make more than one submission or facilitate a session, you will have to revert to this form to submit another abstract/description. Not all submissions may be accepted.
- You can log in, edit and resubmit your abstract.
- All accepted abstracts will be peer reviewed and published electronically.
- No last-minute substitution of author/s will be accepted.
- All delegates who submit abstracts will be notified of their acceptance or non-acceptance via email by the Secretariat. No correspondence will be entered into about non-acceptance.
- The conference organisers reserve the right not to place presentations within the requested session should themes be combined, and authors will be notified.
2022 SBE CONFERENCE THEME
The SBE conference theme for 2022 is Focus on the future - The future is now. Under this overarching theme members of the wider environmental community are invited to submit abstracts or offer facilitation of a session, panel discussion, round table or workshop relating to their specific discipline, in the following subthemes:
- Earth, our future - regenerative design and construction
- The future of humanity - addressing climate migration and food and water security
- Confronting the future - creating action through advocacy and mobilisation for change
We invite a varied response under the three subthemes including but not limited to the human aspect – spatial and environmental justice, green urbanism, new design approaches through materials and systems, and green financing and investment for the built environment.
Student presentations are especially encouraged.