These proceedings include the papers from the 2020 International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), held September 21st – 22nd online. Please note that not all presenters wished to have their paper posted. To see a complete list of presenters, please view the program. ICSD is a conference that brings together students, scholars, and practitioners to […]
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8th International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD) Welcomed 1700+ Participants from 149 Countries Online
The 8th International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD) went virtual for the first time on September 21 and 22, 2020! The event brought together 1,738 participants from 149 different countries to discuss Cross-Cutting Solutions for the Decade of Action. The two day conference hosted 14 different sessions across multiple time zones to accommodate our global […]
2020 Best Paper Award Winners Announced
ICSD 2020 is pleased to announce the winners of awards for best papers: Alfred Godwin Adjabeng: An Assessment of Attitudes Towards Flood Risk Management in Three Communities at La-Nkwantanang Madina Municipality in Ghana Johann Caro-Burnett & Luis E. Gonzales-Carrasco: Assessing `not in my backyard’ environmental policies: Is carbon leakage worse than we thought? Izzet Ari: […]
Remo Troubleshooting & FAQs
Please see below some frequent questions we receive while using Remo for ICSD and how you can fix any technical issues you may be experiencing. If you are in a live event, look for a staff member to help you. They are the ones with stars next to their icons. Before you begin, please test […]
Practice Live with ICSD’s Conference Software!
All ICSD practice sessions have been completed. To help you transition to a virtual conference format, we are hosting four live practice sessions in August for our participants to join! We will walk you through the layout of the event, demonstrate some of its features, and answer your questions. Please click below to register for […]
2020 Presentation Guidelines
(Scroll down for poster guidelines) For Oral Presentations Authors making oral presentations must submit a full paper to the ICSD organizers by August 1, 2020, or risk losing their presentation slot. We will begin accepting full papers on June 1, 2020 via this website. Full papers must meet the following guidelines: Papers should not exceed […]
ICSD Partners with Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development
Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development is an online, open-access, solutions-oriented platform based at Columbia University dedicated to advancing dialogue on sustainable development. Its global scope allows us to provide an interdisciplinary space to identify and develop innovative solutions to the quandaries facing us today and those that will emerge in the […]
2020 Conference Call for Abstracts!
The Global Association of Master’s in Development Practice Programs (MDP), in collaboration with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), will hold the Eighth Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD) on 21-22 September, 2020 virtually. If you would like to present at the conference, you must submit an abstract as directed below. The conference is also open to observers […]
2020 Scientific Committee Announced!
The ICSD Organizing Committee is grateful to the following researchers and global leaders who make up the Scientific Committee for ICSD 2020! Karen Brown, Director, Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change Co-chair, Master of Development Practice (MDP) Program University of Minnesota Pádraig Carmody, Professor, Trinity College Dublin Jun Castro, Professor, School of Urban […]
Proceedings From ICSD 2019
These proceedings include the papers from the 2019 International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), held September 24th-25th at Columbia University, New York, USA. ICSD is a conference that brings together students, scholars, and practitioners to evaluate sustainable development best practices and solutions in creating a society that can meet the needs of the present generations […]