Join ISA as we return to our first in-person conference in 3 years and our first in Europe in over a decade. Network, learn, and connect with arborists and tree care professionals around the world!
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The conference will take place at the Clarion Hotel & Congress Malmö Live. All roads in the gorgeous southern province of Skåne lead to Malmö, Sweden. The perfect blend of old-world charm and ultra-modern cosmopolitan vibes, this seaside city offers something for everyone.
The mobile app for conference will be the Whova app that ISA has been using for virtual conferences and meetings. Attendees will be able to view the agenda, network with fellow attendees, and get help all from the mobile app. Staying informed has never been easier! ISA will send information on how to access the app closer to the event.
ISA will host over 40 amazing educational breakouts, networking events, pre-conference workshops and tours of Malmö and Copenhagen to maximize the conference experience. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn ISA CEUs and get the proof of participation needed for recertification of the European Arboricultural Council's ETW and ETT credentials in select sessions and breakouts.
ISA is excited to return to in-person events in 2022 with the ISA Annual International Conference being hosted in Malmö, Sweden 12-14 September.
The ISA 2022 Annual International Conference offers a forum for participants to learn and network with others in the arboricultural profession. This event provides a lineup of keynote speakers and educational breakout sessions led by industry leaders from around the globe, sharing their thoughts and views about research, practice, and technology.
The event is hosted by ISA alongside the Swedish ISA Chapter in partnership with their Scandinavian colleagues Denmark and Norway. All speakers will present in English. Please contact ISA Headquarters with any questions or registration needs.
Henrik Sjöman´s work is mainly focusing on developing knowledge of site adapted plant use for urban environments. How the capacity of different trees will vary in context to its urban environment and in delivering ecosystem services has become the prime driver in Henrik’s work and as such how to extend the knowledge of diversifying the urban treescape. Finding “plants of tomorrow” means to combine traditional plant hunting of less common species with research and evaluation, creating a diversified approach to a resilient urban forest.