Practical information


The conference will take place in Copenhagen, the Capital of Denmark. 

Eigtveds Pakhus (Eigtved’s Store House) has been chosen as the Copenhagen venue for the conference. It was built in the years 1748-50 and was used by the East Asiatic Company until 1976 as a store house. After restoration the house opened in 1982 as a conference center. Among other great buildings from the architect Nicolai Eigtved is Amalienborg and Frederiksstaden.


Eigtveds Pakhus
Asiatisk Plads 2
1448 København K

Getting there

The venue is easily reached from Copenhagen Airport by taking the metro to the stop Christianshavn. The journey takes less than 15 minutes.

Eigtveds Pakhus is located within walking distance from Kongens Nytorv in the eastern end of the pedestrian street Strøget.

For public transport to and from the airport, you can use the online travel planner at:

Who should attend

The conference is for researchers, scientists, students and practitioners as well as administrators, policy makers and representatives of NGO’s that are working within the fields of applied environmental research and environmental regulation. We also welcome representatives of industries.


The conference secretariat is based at DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University and may be contacted at:

Please contact the conference secretariat for sponsorship and exhibition opportunities. You can subscribe to the conference newsletter here.