GGAA Update Registration and Call for Papers Dec 2012Dec 11

The Greenhouse Gases and Animal Agriculture Conference 2013 will take place in Dublin, Ireland from Sunday 23rd to Wednesday 26th June 2013

GGAA 2013 will attract speakers and delegates from throughout the globe and will build on previous successful meetings in the series. The meeting will focus on advancements in the areas of animal derived GHG mitigation since the last meeting in Banff, 2010. The programme has been designed to address topics that are relevant to delegates from both developed and developing countries. We hope to be able to provide limited financial support for some delegates from least developed countries who have Summaries accepted for presentation at the meeting.

Registration Fees Before 5 April 2013 After 5 April 2013
Conference Registration €375 €475
Student Registration* €300 €325

* Students must send supporting documentation of student status to ggaa2013@conferencepartners.ie. This must be a scanned copy of your valid student card, along with a letter on headed paper from your department head including your supervisors contact details.


Please visit www.ggaa2013.ie for more information about the conference venue, accommodation, social programme, sponsorship opportunities and contact details.

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Call for One-page Summaries Now Open

You are invited to submit a one-page summary for review by the Scientific Committee. An example and template for the summary are available to download on the Greenhouse Gases & Animal Agriculture website – click here. Format and content guidelines are also available, along with a checklist for review. We strongly advise you to study this carefully before you start preparing your submission.

Summary submission deadline: Friday 18th January 2013

Please click here to enter the online submission system.

 Note, summaries will be published in the Cambridge University Press series ‘Advances in Animal Biosciences’ and must be suitable for use as a scientific reference. Submission of a summary is deemed a commitment to present the paper.

The Scientific Committee will review all summaries submitted and contact you regarding your submission by Monday 4th March 2013.

The Scientific Programme will run from Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th June 2013, including a mix of invited and offered theatre presentations, as well as poster session presentations. Please review the preliminary scientific programme by clicking here.

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