The 2022 Sustainable Phosphorus Summit (SPS) will be held November 3-4 in Raleigh, North Carolina. SPS is the international academic conference on phosphorus sustainability, and it is held biennially on a different continent each time. This year, the event will take place as part of a larger Phosphorus Week event that runs from November 1-4 and includes our annual Phosphorus Forum.
The conference is soliciting abstracts covering original research to be considered for live presentation at the event. If you are interested, please submit yours here. Abstracts are due before July 15. The conference encourage abstracts submitted by individuals from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and nationalities.
Phosphorus Week is being co-hosted by the STEPS Center and the Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance. This year’s speakers include MacArthur Fellow, Dr. Nancy Rabalais, author and journalist, Dan Egan, former Farm Services Agency Administrator, Dr. Jonathan Coppess, former lead of the US National Lakes Assessment, Dr. Amina Pollard, Phosphorus: Past and Futureauthors, Drs. Phil Haygarth and Jim Elser, and many others.