International Satoyama Intiative

IPSI, the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative, promotes collaboration in the conservation and restoration of sustainable human-influenced natural environments (Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes: SEPLS) through broader global recognition of their value.

Call for Posters and Abstracts for IPSI-4

Notification: Call for Posters and Abstracts for IPSI-4

IPSI Secretariat and Fukui Prefectural Government will organise a two-day poster session during IPSI-4, parallel to the Assembly and Public Forum (13-14 September 2013). All IPSI members are encouraged to submit poster and it’s abstract.

The poster session will provide an opportunity for interaction among IPSI members, practitioners and researchers. It also lets members present and demonstrates their experiences, as well as other new applications, innovative approaches and/or novel work-in-progress, while also receiving valuable feedback.

Taking the opportunity to support this session, ‘the Ink-jet Cartridge Satogaeri Project’, in collaboration with Fukui Prefectural Government and UNU-IAS, will undertake poster awards. All submitted posters will be eligible for this poster awards.

The organisation of poster session, printing and awards will be covered by the financial support from the Satogaeri Project.

IPSI members who wish to participate in the poster session are requested to submit an abstract of their posters. Abstracts should be submitted to the IPSI Secretariat ( by 28 June 2013. The final poster should be submitted to ( in electronic format by 23 August 2013.

Please refer guidelines for further details, and please contact the IPSI Secretariat ( should you have any questions or need clarifications.

We look forward to receiving your submission.


*The Fourth IPSI Global Conference (IPSI-4) will be convened in Fukui, Japan on 12-14 September 2013 as follows


12 Sep (Thu)

13 Sep (Fri)

14 Sep (Sat)




Poster session

Public Forum

Poster session


Public Forum

Public Symposium