Soils are crucial for sustainable development, and healthy soils are central to achieving many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The 2018 Annual Conference of the British Society of Soil Science, taking place at Lancaster University 4th-5th September 2018, will provide an opportunity to focus on these issues.
Keynote speakers, including Dr Cheryl Palm from the University of Florida, will address problems such as Soils and Food Security, Climate Change and Health and Water Quality.
This conference will provide a platform to deliberate and discuss these critical topics.
Throughout the two days there will be opportunities to network with practitioners from diverse organisations, discuss how your research aligns to current SDGs, benefit from hearing differing views and opinions, determine how your research can contribute to the UK Soil SDG aims, and catch up with peers and colleagues.
- Professor Phil Haygarth - Centre for Sustainable Water Management, University of Lancaster
- Professor Steve McGrath - Head of Sustainable Agriculture Sciences, Rothamsted Research
Join us for a stimulating conference and debate!
The conference opens at 10:30am on Tuesday 4th September and closes at 2:30pm on Wednesday 5th September
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS NOW CLOSED
Single, en-suite accommodation is available on-campus and the Society has secured a special discounted rate of £42 per night including breakfast.
Rooms must be booked online and paid at time of booking.
Enter the dates and number of nights you require but leave the 'Area' box as 'Any Location'. In the 'Promotion Code' box type SOIL18 to receive the discounted rate.
Please note that rooms are subject to availability so early booking is advised.