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.
If you have any queries, please email Conor John (JohnCH@cardiff.ac.uk) or Caroline Verfuerth (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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There is also an array of hotels and guesthouses in and around the university and Cardiff city centre to suit all budgets.
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.