"Science for Sustainable Development", POSTPONED due to the Coronavirus Crisis (New date to be determined)
The ACV International Law Institute announces the organization of the Cambridge Alumni Conference in São Paulo, whose subject will be "Science for Sustainable Development". Although it is an initiative of the Cambridge Alumni in São Paulo, the conference is open to all the academic world and all areas of knowledge whose research is related to Sustainable Development.
Start: (POSTPONED, NEW DATE TO BE DETERMINED), In São Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Centro Cultural Brasileiro Britânico (Brazilian British Cultural Center), R Ferreira de Araújo, 741, Pinheiros, São Paulo, Brazil
Organizer: ACV International Law Institute
The Conference is posted at the webpage of the University of Cambridge:
Call for papers: Deadline for submission: POSTPONED (NEW DATE TO BE DETERMINED); papers should be sent to
Categories for paper submission:
Social Sciences and sustainable development
Business and Environment
Engineering and Environment
Health Sciences and sustainable development
Digital Technologies and Sustainable Development
General rules for paper submission: papers should be original ones and should be submitted in English; length: 4000-6000 words; general Oscola rules for citations and references. Contents should include: title, key words, abstract (up to 200 words) , 3 key words and short summary, the author`s name and a short CV (In footnote, 2 lines only: affiliation; titles; email).abstract (up to 200 words; tables/graphs/charts/diagrams: only 3 at most). The papers will be published in the Digital Proceedings.
Registration: upon paper acceptance, registration will be required from all authors and procedure to make it will be informed in due time. Registration fee: 1st Bid - U$120 for All, Cambridge Alumni and Non-Cambridge Alumni (deadline: TO BE DETERMINED); 2nd Bid - For All, U$160 (deadline for payment: TO BE DETERMINED). The conference will be open to other participants who are not paper presenters, but other participants' registration will be allowed only after DATE TO BE DETERMINED. For Other participants (non presenters), fees will be U$160 (deadline for payment is TO BE DETERMINED). If the paper is signed by more than one author, all authors should be registered. Cancellation of registration is accepted at any time but there will be no refund. There are no funding for travel expenses available.
Professor Andreia Costa Vieira, PhD USP, Visiting Fellow University of Cambridge,Professor of International Economic Law and Environment at Catholic University of Santos and Professor of the United Nations Teaching Program on International Environmental Law
Professor Alberto Amaral Junior, PhD USP, Professor of International Law, University of São Paulo
Dr Maria Augusta Paim, PhD USP, Affiliated Researcher Associate at CEENR-G, Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Governance, University of Cambridge
Dr. Aurea A. E. Pascalicchio, PhD USP, Public Health, Visiting Scholar Public Health/ Environmental/ Sociology/PPSIS , University of Cambridge
Dr Renata Thiebaut, PhD Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Program Coordinator Alibaba Business School, International Business and Digital Technologies, Shanghai
Dr Vivian Rocha, PhD USP, International Investments Law, USP, São Paulo
Dr Danielle Denny, PhD, Post-doctoral Fellow International Environment and Digital Technologies, University College London
Professor Juan Cabello Arribas, PhD Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, Catholic University Santos
Professor Fransceca Columbu, PhD Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Professor at University Mackenzie
Professor Pilar Carolina Villar, PhD USP, Environmental Sciences, Professor of Environmental Law, UNIFESP
Professor Luis Renato Vedovato, PhD USP, Professor of Migrations and Development, UNICAMP
Professor Olavo Bittencourt Neto, PhD USP, Vice-presidente of the Hague International Space Resources Governance Working Group, Professor at the Catholic University of Santos
Professor Gilberto Passos de Freitas, PhD PUC-SP, Retired Judge of the High Court in the State of São Paulo, Professor of Mediation and Sustainable Development at Catholic University of Santos.
Professor Fabiano Menezes, PHD USP, Latin America Integration, Professor of International Relations at Catholic University of Santos.
Dr Fabia F. C. Veçoso, PhD USP, International Law, Post-doctoral Scholar University of Melbourne.
Professor Camila Capuccio, PhD USP, Law, Business and Social Development, Professor at UNA, Belo Horizonte.
Profesor Jeancesar S. Ditzz, PhD USP, Internatinal Law and International Relations, Professor at LaSalle University, Rio de Janeiro.
For Further Information, please contact the Administrative Committee on