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AquaConSoil in 2021 – webinar series & focus week June 14–18, 2021

2021 will be a year full of AquaConSoil! Instead of a week-long conference, a series of webinars and other digital activities have been organised, starting on January 19, 2021.

Interesting and inspiring keynote speakers and interactive sessions will be hosted throughout the year leading up to the digital focus week between June 14-18, 2021.  Digital activities will all be presented in bite-size chunks so they’re easy to digest. Sessions will last for 60 mins and are scheduled during lunch breaks and/or at the end of the day (depending on time zone). In the focus week in June, the floor will be given to you, our network, to share your projects and research with us.  

Call for Initiatives opened on December 15, 2020

Instead of a call for abstracts, there is a call for initiatives for this edition of AquaConSoil. The reason for this name change is the fact that we don’t just ask you to submit scientific abstracts, but also abstracts for project presentations and new project ideas. You can submit an abstract for an online presentation or an online session, to be scheduled in our focus week

The call for initiatives is now open and will close on Sunday February 14, 2021. You can find all you need to know on our new website

AquaConSoil topics 2021

- Strong connections for Sustainable Use and Management of Soil, Sediment and Water Resources

1. Vital and resilient soil-sediment-water systems

2. Smart solutions for urbanizing areas of the world

3. Smart tools and methods to connect people, planet and profit

4. Integrated management of contaminated land

5. Sustainable remediation technologies in context of the EGD and energy transition

Open call: creative ways to connect

Since we’re going digital, we won’t have the opportunity to meet you all in person. Therefore, we are working on creative ways to connect. We invite you to help us with this and think about creative ways to connect the AquaConSoil network, to share what’s going on in your country or region in the field of soil, sediment and water management and to share the interesting projects/research you’re working on. Share your ideas with us via!