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International conference « Our Common Future under Climate Change »

Date : July 07, 2015 to July 10, 2015
Location : Unesco, Paris, France

« Our Common Future under Climate Change » will be the largest gathering of global change scientists leading up to the 2015 (COP21) Climate Conference in Paris. Up to 1,500 delegates are expected in July 2015 at the conference venue, UNESCO headquarters, downtown Paris. Specific sessions and side events will also be organized at different locations within the city and a global hub of scientists and students will join through web streaming during the plenary sessions. This major conference is currently being organized with the support of a growing number of international as well as French institutions, including so far: the International Council for Science (ICSU) with its Future Earth initiative, and UNESCO, together with major French laboratories and research institutions. The conference will: - Provide an in-depth perspective on the scientific disciplines contributing to the evaluation of climate fluctuations and climate change, their projection and impacts -Explore constraints and opportunities affecting humanity’s future on Earth through dedicated storylines and scenarios -Advance understanding of changes under way and possible solutions in favour of transition toward a more sustainable future The conference will be organized through plenary sessions and parallel sessions covering a wide range of disciplines and topics. Particular emphasis will be put on offering sessions that mix disciplinary perspectives, address systemic impacts and potential tipping points as well as solution-oriented sessions investigating how to contain global warming and how to adapt to climate change and associated risks.




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