25.02.2019

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Call for Proposals: AGU Fall Meeting 2019

"Wednesday, 17 April 2019: Session proposals, town hall proposals, and workshop proposals close.

April/early May 2019: Fall Meeting Program Committee contacts conveners for clarifications on sessions or requests to merge them. At least one of the conveners must be available to respond to inquiries during this time.

Mid-June 2019: Sessions are accepted, and abstracts are open for submission. Session conveners are able to contact invited authors.

31 July 2019: Abstract submissions close.

August 2019: Fall Meeting Program Committee allocates and schedules sessions. At least one convener for each session (an AGU member) must be available to discuss mergers of sessions.

Early October 2019: Authors are notified of the acceptance, format, and schedule of their abstracts. The official scientific program is made available.

October 2019 through AGU Fall Meeting: The final program is developed based upon withdrawals and presenter moves, if necessary."

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25.02.2019

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Job at Carnegie Center for Science

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"We are looking to hire one (or possibly two) postdoctoral research scientists who would undertake geophysical modeling to investigate issues raised by the comments above. The model used could be anything from a high-resolution local model to a coarse-resolution global model, depending on the problem being addressed, although we have been using primarily NCAR’s CESM for this sort of investigation."

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18.02.2019

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Newsletter of Week 08 of 2019

The newsletter of calendar week 08 in 2019 is now available here.


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11.02.2019

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Newsletter of Week 07 of 2019

The newsletter of calendar week 07 in 2019 is now available here.


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04.02.2019

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Newsletter of Week 06 of 2019

The newsletter of calendar week 06 in 2019 is now available here.


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04.02.2019

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Call for Abstracts: The Regulation of New Technologies

Deadline: 28. February 2019

"The Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (“TILT”) is organizing the second edition of the PhD Colloquium on "The Regulation of New Technologies" which will take place at Tilburg University on 20 June 2019. The organizers invite PhD researchers working on any of the themes covered by this Call for Papers (“CfP”) to submit an abstract of max. 300 words by 28 February 2019."

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04.02.2019

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Call for Abstracts: The Role of Negative Emission Technologies in Addressing Our Climate Goals

Deadline: 1. March 2019

"It is clear that Negative Emission Technologies (NETs) can never be a wholesale replacement for reducing emissions but may be useful in displacing some energy/emission intensive sectors. It is unlikely that a single NETs proposal can be scaled sufficiently to meet this demand, and a portfolio of approaches may be more feasible. The primary removal methods of focus in this research topic of Frontiers in Climate will include all negative emissions strategies that directly mitigate climate change."

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28.01.2019

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Newsletter of Week 05 of 2019

The newsletter of calendar week 05 in 2019 is now available here.


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28.01.2019

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Call of Letters of Inquiry: NET-ZERO AND NEGATIVE EMISSIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Deadline: 1. April 2019

"The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has established a new, dedicated component within its Energy and Environment program focused on supporting energy and environmental science. The Foundation is currently soliciting Letters of Inquiry for innovative, collaborative academic research projects led by early- and mid-career scholars that examine net-zero interventions and negative emissions technologies in the United States."

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28.01.2019

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Job at Stockholm University

Deadline: 15. March 2019

"The project Glocalizing Climate Governance: The Role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Risks (GlocalClim) is funded by The Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (Formas). The aim of this project is to understand the causes and consequences of global integrated governance responses for local and national climate adaptation, with a special focus on the global south. The project will provide new insights for Swedish and global academics and stakeholders into challenges and opportunities associated with integrating climate change adaptation into different policy sectors."

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