We hope to attract individuals from a range of backgrounds and across generations to discuss the latest research on conservation in China and abroad. Everyone is welcome to attend and partake in discussions and Q&A sessions throughout the day. To register please click on the link below and fill in the form online before May 23rd: WCSC 2012 Audience Registration Form
For all participants the conference will be free of charge! Please note that you will have to arrange your own lunch.
Contact us if you are encountering problems with the registration.
Application procedure for presenters (deadline has passed, for special requests contact us by email)
Who is eligible to be a presenter? We are looking for undergraduate and postgraduate students from China and abroad who’s research addresses the WCSC 2012 theme “Conservation in China: present and future challenges”. This includes students from a wide range of disciplines: Biology, Ecology, Social Science, Geography and Environmental Science etc.
How to apply? Please click on the link below and complete the application form online. Application date has now been EXTENDED TO APRIL 14th: WCSC 2012 Application Form Online
Applications will be reviewed after the deadline and successful students will be informed by mid-April.
What is expected from a presenter? You can choose between a 15-min presentation, 5-min speed-talk or poster. Guidelines for presentations and posters are described in the following document:
Are there grants available for participants? We do not charge a registration fee for the selected presenters (15-min and 5-min talks), however unfortunately we cannot provide economical support for travel or accommodation expenses for deserving students. We will of course assist International students in finding affordable lodging if necessary. We hope that this year’s conference will be a great success to attract larger funds for next year’s conference in order to provide such grants.