Best Posters at the 4th ESP LAC 2023 will receive free publications at One Ecosystem

19 June 2023

In a years-long tradition, One Ecosystem and the journal’s publisher Pensoft will become part of an ESP conference by supporting active scientists who win their peers’ votes by showcasing the most impressive research this November in La Serena, Chile.

The authors of the three Best Posters at the 4th International ESP Latin America and Caribbean Conference will each receive a full waiver for a publication in One Ecosystem in recognition of their novel work and contribution to ecosystem health and sustainability. The awardees will be selected based on the votes of the delegates submitted during the event via the conference app.

Similar awards have been handed to awardees at several ESP conferences in the past as part of the sponsorship provided by the journal’s publisher Pensoft, but this is the first time, the collaboration between ESP and the open-access scholarly publisher extends outside Europe. Both parties are motivated to make this into yet another tradition.

Find who won the Best Poster awards at last year’s 4th European conference.

The news comes soon after we learnt that One Ecosystem has successfully completed the rigorous quality and integrity assessment at Web of Science. This means that One Ecosystem might see its very first Journal Impact Factor (JIF) as early as 2024. Meanwhile, scientific papers published in One Ecosystem from 2021 onwards are already being indexed at the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) and the Journal Citation Reports (JCR).


You can register for either in-person or virtual participation at the conference until 5th November 2023. You can find more information about the registration fees and additional options on the event’s website. Early-bird fees will be available until 30th September 2023.

The conference will be taking place between 6th and 10th November 2023 in La Serena, Chile, but also online, as the organisers have once again opted for a hybrid format.

This year, the event will be running under the theme “Sharing knowledge about ecosystem services and natural capital to build a sustainable future”.


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