The 5th International Scientific Conference „Prospects for renewable Energy sources and waste managment”

Department of the Basis of Agriculture and Waste Management

Rzeszów Branch of the Polish Copernicus Society of Naturalists

South-Eastern Branch of the Polish Society of Ecological Engineering in Rzeszów,

Students' Scientific Club for Sustainable Development of the University of Rzeszow

invite you to take part in

The 5th International Scientific Conference

„Prospects for renewable Energy sources and waste managment”

which will be held on November 21, 2023 in Rzeszów at the College of Natural Sciences, 1A Ćwiklińska Street, room 3.41


The international integrational conference is addressed to students and PhD students as well as their tutors. We also invite others interested in renewable energy, waste management and broad problems of environmental protection.

The special guest during the event will be Dr Kevin Richard Butt, Reader in Ecology from School of Natural Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, who will deliver a presentation entitled "Sustainable crop production from marginal agroecosystems: A case study from the Isle of Rum, Scotland".

Kevin teaches ecological, field-based and research-related subjects within Biology, Geography and Environmental Sciences. His expertise lies within the realms of soil ecology (according to the Scopus database: Citations: 3.253 Documents: 111 h-index: 30).

Please submit your presentation proposals (in English or Polish) to the following addresses: and

The deadline for submitting applications is November 10, 2023 (see the application form in the attachment).

Information about the conference is available from: Conference office - building D3, Ćwiklińskiej 1a, 35-601 Rzeszów (room 3.34) (17) 872 16 49

THE PRESENTATIONS WILL BE PRINTED IN THE Polish Journal for Sustainable Development, IF POSITIVE REVIEWS will be obtained.

Please share a copy of the announcement with other interested parties. We also encourage you to visit the website of the Students' Science Club of Sustainable Development at


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