|Final Programme online! Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, 24-26 September 2014 It is an exciting programme with three days of plenaries and more than 100 parallel sessions. Sessions that are interesting for scientists, practitioners and politicians working on climate change adaptation. During the conference there will be plenty of time to meet with interesting people from around the world and extend your network. |
Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, Rotterdam, Wednesday 18 June 2014
|International Climate Adaptation Business Challenge – Submit your idea before 1 May! Impacts of climate change are already happening. How do we adapt? Adapting to climate change offers new opportunities for business and innovative entrepreneurs. The Dutch research programme Knowledge for Climate and EU climate innovation initiative Climate-KIC want to stimulate new climate business. Therefore they organise the second edition of the Climate Adaptation Business Challenge. The challenge is open to anybody with an innovative idea or interest in contributing to new climate business. |
Knowledge for Climate and Climate-KIC, Wednesday 26 March 2014
|Call for scientific abstracts Deltas in Depth now open! In this call we invite you to submit an abstract of scientific findings you wish to present in one of the science sessions.
Authors who wish to present a paper or poster related to the scientific programme are invited to submit an abstract for a presentation or a poster for one of the eleven scientific themes.
Deadline submission abstract: 15 March.
Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, September 2014, Wednesday 20 November 2013
|Be the change you want to see in the world: How individuals can help save the planet from climate catastrophe Individuals have as big a role to play in tackling climate change as major corporations but only if they can be encouraged to make significant lifestyle changes by effective government policy, a major new European study has found. |
University of Sussex, Thursday 28 March 2019
|Climate extremes hitting maize production could become the new norm by 2020 Even with an increase in global temperatures of just 1.5 °C, the worst production losses experienced by maize producers so far are likely to become increasingly frequent. |
EU Science Hub, Thursday 28 March 2019
|Cities under pressure in changing climate Experts highlight the challenge cities face to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase cities' resilience to extreme weather and also give people quality space to live in. |
Newcastle University, Thursday 28 March 2019
|Experts reveal that clouds have moderated warming triggered by climate change Researchers have analyzed information contained in the rings of ancient pine trees from northern Scandinavia to reveal how clouds have reduced the impact of natural phases of warmth in the past and are doing so again now to moderate the warming caused by anthropogenic climate change. |
Swansea University, Tuesday 26 March 2019
|C3S User Learning Services offers free training on the use of the Climate Data Store (CDS) platform This Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) training programme combines online learning with face-to-face events in 30 countries across Europe. C3S is still looking for future local trainers for events in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Ireland, Norway, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Malta and Denmark. Are you interested to become an 'in-country' trainer for the C3S User Learning Services blended training programme in your own country? Please apply via email@example.com. |
Copernicus Climate Change Service, Wednesday 20 March 2019
|Floodplain forests under threat A German research team shows that the extraction of ground water for industry and households is increasingly damaging floodplain forests in Europe given the increasing intensity and length of drought periods in the summer. |
University of Freiburg, Tuesday 19 March 2019
|Scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change Freshwater biodiversity is rapidly declining worldwide, and nature-based solutions, which increase the resilience of ecological communities, are becoming increasingly important in helping communities prepare for the unavoidable effects of climate change. A study was carried out how fish adapt to rapid changes in the surrounding freshwater environment. |
Tallinn University of Technology, Tuesday 19 March 2019