March 2019

08.03.2019

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Symposium: Mahowald to lead conference on atmospheric CO2 removal

3. March 2019, Ithaca, NY / USA

"Natalie Mahowald, a lead author on the recent United Nations’ special report on global warming, will deliver the keynote address at the 2019 Polson Institute Future of Development symposium, March 8 from 2-5:30 p.m. in B25 Warren Hall. The symposium is free and open to the public."

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08.03.2019

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Conference: Atmospheric CO2 Removal

8. March 2019, Ithaca, NY / USA

"Natalie Mahowald, a lead author on the recent United Nations’ special report on global warming, will deliver the keynote address at the 2019 Polson Institute Future of Development symposium, March 8 from 2-5:30 p.m. in B25 Warren Hall. The symposium is free and open to the public."

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08.03.2019

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Lecture: Geogengineering for dummies (Norwegian)

08. March 2019, Oslo / NOR

Norwegian lecture with Helene Muri on CE

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11.03.2019

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Conference: Scenarios Forum 2019

11.-13. March 2019, Denver, CO / USA

"The Scenarios Forum is open to the diverse set of communities using and developing scenarios to carry out research and policy analysis related to climate change and sustainability. Participants will exchange experiences, ideas, and lessons learned, identify opportunities for synergies and collaboration, and identify knowledge gaps for future research."

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18.03.2019

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Conference: Geoscience & Society Summit

18. - 21. March 2018, Stockholm / Sweden

"Globally, our society is facing some very complex challenges, ranging from the sustainability of natural resources and systems to global health and resilience. Join us for the inaugural Geoscience and Society Summit, where scientists, governments, affected peoples, and funding agencies will break from the traditional conference model to share their insights and experiences, cultivate innovative solutions, and enhance international and intercultural collaboration."

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19.03.2019

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Workshop: Climate Change Impacts and Risks in the Anthropocene (C-CIA)

19.-23. March 2019, Riederalp, Canton of Valais, Switzerland

"Bringing together the “physical science” and the “adaptations” and “policy” communities will thus be an important and exciting element of the Workshop. Adaptation to extreme events and subsequent policies aimed at long-term implementation of adaptation strategies must manage and need to address both existing and increasing levels of uncertainty. This implies that a high level of knowledge on extreme events needs to be generated in order to reduce uncertainty, thus leading to more robust estimates of exactly what can be achieved in terms of adaptation, within what timeframe, and at what cost. This kind of policy guidance is ultimately what is required to curtail risks and impacts generated by climate extremes, and it is with some confidence that we believe that the planned workshop, through its interdisciplinary mix of researchers, will be able not only to address the key issues, but also provide some guidance as to applicable solutions."

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