We would like to invite you to participate in a major international conference, Climate change impacts and adaptation: Dangerous rates of change, being held at the University of Exeter on the 22-24th September.
The conference will discuss the evolving impacts of climate change and the issues of adaptation in a time of ongoing change.
Keynote speakers will include:
Dr Myles Allen - Head of the Climate Dynamics group at University of Oxford's Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Department.
Professor Kevin Anderson - Research Director of Tyndall-Manchester Energy and Climate Change programme.
Dr Yadvinder Malhi - Professor of Ecosystem Science, Oxford University Centre for the Environment.
Professor Neil Adger - Professor in Environmental Economics, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change, University of East Anglia.
Dr Pierre Friedlingstein - CNRS Senior scientist at Institut Pierre Simon-Laplace/Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (IPSL/LSCE).
Dr Hermann Held - Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.
We are inviting papers on the following topics:
- Improving predictions of climate change
- Climate change impacts on ecosystem services
- Climate change impacts on human and animal health
- Technology for adaptation and mitigation
- Applying earth observation to detect climate change impacts
- Policy responses and behavioural change
- Socio-economic scenarios and public understanding
- Coupled human-environment system
Submit an abstract
Abstracts must be submitted by Monday 16 June and you will be notified if you are successful from Monday 21 July. Details for the submission of Abstracts for Papers can be found on our website.
For more information and to register
Visit our website for information on the conference.
The delegate registration fee will be £200 (postgraduate students £100) and registration will close on Monday 1 September. You can register for the conference on our website.
We look forward to seeing you in September.
Professor Peter Cox
Professor of Climate System Dynamics, University of Exeter.
Dr Richard Betts
Head of Climate Impacts at the Met Office Hadley Centre.