The conference will work in a multidisciplinary way across the various fields and perspectives through which we can address the fundamental and related questions of sustainability. This interdisciplinary forum is for scholars, teachers, and practitioners from any professional discipline who share an interest in—and concern for— sustainability in an holistic perspective, where environmental, cultural, economic and social concerns intersect.
We are inviting proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, or colloquia (See Proposal Types) that address sustainability through one of the following themes:
|Sustainability Policy and Practice||Environmental Sustainability|
|Sustainability in Economic, Social and Cultural Context||Sustainability Education|
|Special 2014 Theme: World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Development|
Proposal ideas that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered. For more information about the ideas and themes underlying this community, see Our Focus.
Virtual participation is available for those who are unable to attend the conference in person. Proposals for virtual presentations may be submitted at any time, up to the start of the conference. All conference registrants (in-person and virtual) may also submit their written papers for publication in the refereed International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability.
To learn more about preparing and submitting your conference proposal, including guidelines, deadlines, and "how-to" information, go to Submitting Your Work: Conference Presentations.
To learn more about the conference, including speakers, session formats, venue, registration, and the like, stay in The Conference section of the website and use the navigation bar on the left to access desired information.
Entering its tenth year, the Sustainability Conference meets annually to discuss the four fundamentals of sustainability in today's changing world. The Sustainability Conference serves as an open forum for exploring sustainability from many perspectives. Being one of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations, Split, is ideally suited to examine this year's theme 'World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Development'.