Sympozjum nt: "Universities and Climate Change: Understanding and managing the extreme impacts of climate change” odbędzie się w Warszawie w dniach 4-5 lipca 2019.
Sympozjum organizowane jest przez Uniwersytet Warszawski i HAW Hamburg pod auspicjami International Climate Change Information and Research Programme (ICCIRP) przy współpracy z BUP.
Termin na składanie propozycji referatów to 30 stycznia 2019.
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Call for Papers: Universities and Climate Change: Understanding and managing the extreme impacts of climate change, Warsaw, Poland 4th - 5th July 2019
Deadline for abstracts: 30th January 2019
Many universities across the world perform state- of-the art research on matters related to climate change, both in respect of mitigation, and adaptation. Yet, as shown by the latest Conferences of the Parties of the UN Convention on Climate Change (COP 21), there is much room for improvements in the role played by universities in the negotiations and in influencing decision-making on a matter of such a global importance.
There are unfortunately relatively few events where a multidisciplinary overview of university-based research efforts and projects on climate change can be show cased, and where researchers from across the spectrum of the natural and social sciences have had the opportunity to come together to discuss research methods, the results of empirical research or exchange ideas about on-going and future research initiatives focusing on climate change mitigation and adaptation.
It is against this background that the 3rd Symposium “Universities and Climate Change” is being organised by University of Warsaw, and HAW Hamburg, Germany, under the auspices of the International Climate Change Information and Research Programme (ICCIRP) https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/ftz-nk/programmes/iccirp/, and in cooperation with the Baltic University Programme.
It will involve researchers in the field of climate change in the widest sense, not only from traditional climate science, but also from the fields of environment, human geography, business and economics, arts, administration and media studies. As usual, a peer-reviewed book will be produced with the presented papers, to be published as part of the Climate Change Series
https://www.springer.com/series/8740, the world´s leading peer-
reviewed book series on climate change adaptation. Publications at the Series have over the years officially counted for promotion/tenure purposes.
The Symposium will focus on the role of climate change research and projects in fostering climate action,
and will contribute to the further development of this fast-growing field. Further details are available