The 7th IIR International Conference on Sustainability and the Cold Chain will now be held from 11 to 13 April 2022 as a virtual event allowing even more delegates to take part in this highly topical conference.
Using online technology, the event will explore cold chain innovation, developments in refrigeration technology and design, and examine what is being done to build a sustainable cold chain to address key UN sustainable development goals, such as, economic growth, infrastructure, responsible production (reducing food waste) climate action and partnerships.
Talking about the conference, Dr Andy Pearson, Chairman of the Planning Committee said “Challenges and opportunities facing sustainability and the cold chain can only be successfully addressed with a worldwide approach - it therefore seemed appropriate to organise an online conference, which will allow delegates from all over the world to take part. We all look forward to finding new ways to tackle the issues we’re facing, and an online conference is an ideal platform to hear about novel and innovative solutions.”
Authors can submit their abstract until 1 October – they should contain quality scientific or technical information and must not have been published previously elsewhere. Further information on submitting an abstract is available at https://ior.org.uk/events/ICCC2022/iccc-abstracts
The early bird registration fees start from £157 for full delegates, discounted rates are available for students. This includes access to all live conference sessions, online networking opportunities, the published conference proceedings, and the on-demand library of conference recordings.
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