CFP: EurSafe Conference 2021: Justice and Food Security in a Changing Climate, Fribourg, Jun. 24-26, 2021 (deadline: July 2, 2020)

The EurSafe Conference 2021 in Fribourg focuses particularly on the key concerns of ethics and justice with regard to food security and climate change. We encourage papers exploring the areas of climate mitigation and food securitygeoengineering, agriculture and landadapting agriculture to sustain food security; and animal ethics, veterinary ethics and food security. Find the full description of all topics here.

As at previous congresses, EurSafe 2021 welcomes submissions from a broad range of disciplines, including philosophy, science and technology as well as agricultural science, law, economics, and sociology.

The topics of the congress range from the four key themes across fundamental ethical issues and areas that relate to veterinary medicine, transparency in the food chain, professional food ethics, etc. Besides more conceptual and theoretical contributions, we also welcome papers that use case studies and studies that examine and propose guidelines on how to deal with key challenges of food security.

Submitting an abstract

Abstract submissiondeadline is 1 July 2020. Abstracts for peer review must not exceed 2,500 keystrokes including title, authors and addresses, and including spaces and punctuation. The title of your abstract can take up to 100 key strokes, including spaces. Abstracts must be written and presented in English. Linguistic accuracy is the responsibility of the authors. Please make sure to indicate the presenting author clearly. Be aware that if this presenting author does not register in time, your contribution will be removed from the programme. Please note that session and form of presentation (oral/poster) of submitted contributions may be changed, following the decision of the EurSAFE Scientific Committee. You find all information on the abstract requirements and submission at

For any further information, please visit our conference page:

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