Integrating Mitigation and Adaptation Initiatives for a Better Management of Climate Change and Its Impacts
Date: 23-30 March 2020
- This unique worldwide conference takes place from 23-30 March 2020 exclusively on the Internet – it is climate-neutral as all CO2 emissions will be offset!
- CLIMATE2020 offers unrestricted, free access to high-quality scientific articles, climate projects and online courses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
- The virtual event offers a unique opportunity for worldwide dialogue and exchange of ideas with scientists, experts from politics, business, education and other spheres of the society!
- Through its comprehensive and exceptional approach , the virtual event contributes to meeting the global sustainability goal 13 “Climate Action” (Sustainable Development Goal, SDG 13)!
All this is just a mouse click away – participants can easily log in via the Internet, whether in the office, at school, at university, from home or on the move.
Register for free at https://dl4sd.org/ to access the conference platform, take a brief look inside and receive regular updates until the virtual doors of the conference finally open on 23 March 2020!
Organized by the Research and Transfer Centre Sustainability and Climate Impact Management (FTZ-NK) of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, the 7th online climate conference communicates current research results on climate change and its consequences. In particular, young scientists from all over the world are offered an opportunity to present their own research on a worldwide stage. The conference will also provide information on numerous concrete projects and initiatives that are currently being implemented, presenting good examples of global activities to protect the climate. A separate section informs the participants about funding and collaboration opportunities. Finally, a parallel program consisting of live webinars and a dedicated podcast series is also part of this unique virtual conference. By its comprehensive open access offer, this conference therefore contributes to closing the knowledge gap in the fields of climate protection (mitigation) and adaptation.
The 7th edition of the climate conference also has a one-of-its-kind ‘CLIMATE2020 Global Ambassadors’ program in order to nurture the talents of the young climate change makers worldwide. More than 30 Ambassadors from five continents – Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa and America have been given a unique opportunity to be part of this mentoring program where they will boost their skills and expertise related to climate communications.
For more details contact: Franziska Wolf, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Research and Transfer Centre Sustainability and Climate Change Management, Ulmenliet 20, D-21033 Hamburg/Germany, www.haw-hamburg.de/ftz-nk.html, franziska.wolf(at)haw-hamburg.de
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