Registration for 6th BrEPS Conference 2019
This form is to register to attend the upcoming BrEPS 2019 conference. Places are limited and will be allocated to presenters first.

Submissions for abstracts have closed, this form is to register to attend as a delegate. If your abstract submission was successful you still need to fill out this form.
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Key information
The conference takes place on Monday 16th – Tuesday 17th September 2019 at Cardiff University.
For more information about travel, accommodation, venue, and the conference theme, please see the bottom of this form.

If you have any queries, please email Conor John ( or Caroline Verfuerth (
Preliminary programme
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Which days will you be attending?
Dietary Requirements & Allergies for the light lunches (n.b. all options will be vegetarian)
Social Dinner
This will be at a local (affordable) restaurant on the evening of Monday 16th. Please note, the social dinner will not be paid for. Please indicate below whether you think you will join the social dinner, so we can make reservations at the restaurant.
The conference venue is in the CUBRIC building at Cardiff University. The full address is:

Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC)
Cardiff University
Maindy Road
United Kingdom
CF24 4HQ
There is no registration fee for the conference. A complimentary light lunch and refreshments will be provided free of charge each day. Costs for the optional evening meal on the Monday 16th (venue TBC) will have to be paid for by the attendee.
We ask that attendees please fund their own transport to get to the conference. The nearest train station to the conference venue is Cathays and the nearest airport is Cardiff Airport.
Attendees are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. Hotels near to the conference venue include Cardiff Central Queen Street Travelodge from £28.00 per night (a 20 minute walk to CUBRIC) and Cardiff City Centre Premier Inn from £30.00 per night (a 25 minute walk to CUBRIC).

There is also an array of hotels and guesthouses in and around the university and Cardiff city centre to suit all budgets.
About The British Environmental Psychology Society (BrEPS)
The British Environmental Psychology Society (BrEPS) was founded six years ago by young researchers with the aim to create a UK based network for Environmental Psychology. For more information, please see
Topic: Future Impact
The British Environmental Psychology Society (BrEPS) warmly welcomes you to the 6th annual BrEPS conference, this year hosted at Cardiff University. This year’s conference will focus on ‘Future Impact’ and how as researchers and practitioners operating in the field of environmental psychology and people-environment studies, we can position our work such that it might have a lasting impact on the sustainable behaviours and practices of individuals and wider communities.

There is an exciting programme planned, with two excellent keynote speakers confirmed; Dr Christopher Jones and Professor Wouter Poortinga.

This two-day conference will provide a space to present and discuss current issues within research on the interface between people and the environment. We will bring together researchers, practitioners and stakeholders to discuss what the future holds for the field and the impact it might have.

Effective research in the field of Environmental Psychology needs to have lasting impact. With global targets such as the UN Sustainable Goals for 2030 aiming to make huge global changes in the next 10 years, as researchers and practitioners it's essential our work leads to positive change not just in the present but also into the future. Increasingly, it isn't just large projects that needs to make long-lasting changes, but smaller projects too. For example, establishing lasting behaviour change or designing future-proof sustainable buildings. The overarching theme for this conference is "Future Impact".

To fit with the theme, we welcome abstract submissions and posters showcasing work with a focus on - or a consideration of - future impact. For example, longitudinal research, work with children as ‘the future generation’, projects that explore transitioning to future scenarios or long-term behaviour change. We welcome submissions from original research and new ideas in line with the conference theme.
Thank you for registering!
We are looking forward to seeing you at the conference!
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