We invite submissions of abstracts for both full sessions and presentations for the 2019 European Climate Change Adaptation conference. All session and abstract submissions should link to one of the conference themes.
Two presentation formats will be available:
Oral and poster – guidelines
Two types of sessions will be organised:
Science and Science-practice – guidelines
- Science sessions (presenting advances in scientific methods, tools and findings relevant to climate adaptation and/or disaster risk reduction);
- Science-practice sessions (to enhance engagement and learning between science and practice including relevant connections with policy and society).
We welcome abstracts from researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, decision-makers, managers and technicians from academia, public and private sectors.
Full sessions and abstracts can only be submitted online and in English. An abstract may only be submitted once. Abstracts submitted as an oral presentation may be changed to a poster presentation by the Conference Organisation in order to be accepted and included in the programme.
There is a limit of two presentations (oral and/or poster) for a single registered presenting author. However, this does not exclude the opportunity to be a co-author in an unlimited number of abstracts.
Accepted abstracts will be removed from the programme if no presenting author is registered and paid by 15 January 2019.
How to submit a full session or individual abstract
IMPORTANT NOTE: Once the submission process is completed you will be provided (by email) with an individual key and abstract code, which you should keep for your records.
Additionally, you will receive a confirmation email of the abstract submission. If you need to withdraw or change information in your submission, please contact email@example.com and refer your abstract code.
For additional submissions you must use the same process and the system will generate an additional/new abstract key and code, which will be included in your personal area.
Why we ask for your consent
The Conference Organisation is committed to protecting the privacy of any personal data you provide during your registration or abstract submission. The following statements describe what we do with your data and how long we store it, so that you are fully informed prior to registering.
Data Controller contact:
ECCA Conference 2019
Nominated Data Protection Officer:
Leading – Your congress organiser
+351 215 870 920
Why do we need to process your personal data?
We ask for your personal data in order to process your registration for this conference. We require personal information for items such as communications and updates about the conference, dietary requirements and conference badges.
Other third parties that will have access to your personal data
Selected third parties will have access to some of your personal data.
Your data will be shared with these organisations and third parties in order to process your registration. These will include:
- Conference Official Hotels (if applicable)
How long will we store your personal data?
Your personal data will be retained by us for up to 12 months after the conclusion of this event.
The right to inquire about your personal data
You retain the right to inquire about your personal data
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to inquire about the personal data the Conference organisation holds about you.
The right to withdraw your consent
You have the right to withdraw consent to use your personal data at any time. However, please be aware that withdrawing consent before the start of this event will cause your registration to be cancelled and any cancellation fees levied as noted in your initial registration.
Please contact at email@example.com with any inquiries you may have.
The right to forget or anonymise your personal details
You retain the right to request that we forget or anonymise your personal data, If you have attended any event with us, we will retain any financial (not card details), tax or event attendee records for reporting reasons, but we will remove all personal data from our database, leaving an “anonymous” record for reporting reasons.