|Friday, June 26|
The pandemic having such a huge impact on the world and our societies, the conferences last scientific activity will be the plenary session on Covid 19. We do not know yet if the change will endure, but it will certainly change our look on person-environment relations.
Covid-19 and Person Environment Studies
* Karine Lehoux, Eklosion, Canada
What can we learn from the Forums? The chairs of the seven forums present a brief resumé of the salient ideas explored. The Keynotes reflection on promising avenues Anne Vernez Moudon, Sarah Foster and Fabio Duarte comment on topics raised. Final prospective viewpoint How would we like to see change in IAPS and, more generally person-environment relations?
What did we learn from the forums?
The chairs present a brief resumé of the salient ideas explored during the seven forums.
The keynotes' reflection on avenues for person-environment research
Anne Vernez Moudon, Sarah Foster and Fabio Duarte discuss avenues for research inspired by their own research domain and comment on topics raised during the forums.
Looking forward: Person-environment studies within the broader scientific community
Rémi Quirion, Chief Scientist of Quebec, shares his ideas about the expected contribution of person-environment studies within the broad research effort on pandemics. What are the important questions that might be addressed to PES? How can PES participate in the transdisciplinary research to advance knowledge about response to pandemics? How can research findings be best communicated to help decision-making?