Climatology / Climate change

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*XIIIth World Water Congress
Montpellier, France
1 Sep 2008 - 4 Sep 2008
We wish this Congress to be a place of opportunity for wide & open debate between all the key players in the water domain: scientists, local and national authorities, private companies, users and decision makers, representatives from the North & the south.

Vienna, Austria
25 Aug 2008 - 29 Aug 2008
Symposia include: Soil Organic Matter; Soils and Climate Change ; Soil Erosion; Soil Compaction etc..

*2nd World Scientific Congress Challenges in Botanical Research and Climate Change
Delft, Netherlands
29 Jun 2008 - 4 Jul 2008
The title of the Congress is Challenges in Botanical Research and Climate Change and the main themes are Conservation and Climate Change, Bionics, New Systematics and Future Issues. We invite you all to join us.

*IX EMTE National-International Conference of Meteorology-Climatology and Atmospheric Physics
Thessaloniki, Greece
28 May 2008 - 31 May 2008
The conference is motivated by the interest in informing the scientific society, the relevant organizations, as well as the young researchers, about the up-to-date developments on Atmospheric Sciences..

*‘Sustainable Livelihood in a Changing Earth System’
Cape Town, South Africa
4 May 2008 - 9 May 2008
Specific Goals: To look into applied Earth System science and how to improve on IGBP relevance to civil society, the private sector and the policy community; To address the challenges of Global Change and development in Africa.

*Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Management 2008 Conference
Johannesburg, South Africa
3 Mar 2008 - 4 Mar 2008
The increasing reports and scientific evidence of climate change and global warming are an indication that we all have a role to play in reducing our “carbon footprint” on the earth..

*DSDS 2008 Sustainable development and climate change
New Delhi, India
7 Feb 2008 - 9 Feb 2008
The year 2008 will be crucial in the global response to climate change..

* A Climate of Change: Agriculture, the Solution not the Problem
Oxford, UK, United Kingdom
2 Jan 2008 - 4 Jan 2008
The 2008 Oxford Farming Conference will explore a dramatically changing business landscape for British farmers and will discuss how the industry could be an essential contributor to tackle climate change..

*Photosynthetic and atmospheric evolution
London, United Kingdom
12 Nov 2007 - 13 Nov 2007
Discussion Meeting. Email:

* Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health Sciences (PBC) 12th International Conference
Beijing, China
26 Oct 2007 - 29 Oct 2007
The primary objectives of the conference include: Present research related to characterization and sources of environmental pollutants, human exposure to pollutants, and the health effects of exposure;.

*Arctic Coastal Zones at Risk
Tromsø, Norway
1 Oct 2007 - 3 Oct 2007
Scientific Workshop on in the Impact of Global Climate Change on the Arctic Coastal Zones..

* Multidisciplinary workshop on Southern South American Dust
Puerto Madryn, Argentina
3 Oct 2007 - 5 Oct 2007
The objective of this meeting is to share information and promote collaborations among groups from different disciplines in order to improve our understanding of southern South America (notably Patagonia) and its role in influencing the climate in........

*Greenhouse 2007
Sydney, Australia
2 Oct 2007 - 5 Oct 2007
Greenhouse 2007 will present an opportunity for scientists and represenatives from industry and all levels of government to hear the latest findings in climate science and discuss the implications for Australia and the region..

*The Role of the Stratosphere in Climate and Climate Change
Santorini, Greece
24 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007
The Chapman Conference will provide an opportunity for the research community to exchange the latest research ideas on these and a range of other topics related to the role of the stratosphere in climate..

*“Asian Monsoon Variability during the past global changes”
Leh, Ladakh, India
11 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
The aim of the Ladakh meeting is to identify the longer records particularly during the Holocene and if these can be analyzed in terms of inter-annual or decadal scale climatic changes to at least estimate the time and duration of future “extreme” climati.

*APGC Symposium: 'Responses of Plant Metabolism to Air Pollution and Global Change'
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007
Aimed at scientists of various disciplines, who are actively involved in researching the impacts of, and responses of vegetation to, air pollution and global change..

*5th International Symposium on New Crops and Uses: Their Role in a Rapidly Changing World
Southampton, United Kingdom
3 Sep 2007 - 4 Sep 2007
New/underutilised crops are at last - after years of being in the wilderness - coming into their own. This is, therefore, an ideal time to take stock of where those scientists, farmers and others who are interested in new/underutilised crops have got to.

*CCWI2007 and SUWM2007 Conference
Leicester, United Kingdom
3 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007
Water Management Challenges in Global Change.

Big Sky, MT, United States
26 Aug 2007 - 31 Aug 2007
As is the tradition for this conference, the program will include a range of topics and new developments broadly covering the atmosphere, providing a forum for discussion of urban and regional chemistry, global tropospheric chemistry etc..

*International Conference on 'Wind and Trees'
Vancouver, BC, Canada
5 Aug 2007 - 9 Aug 2007
This conference will provide an excellent opportunity for aerodynamicists, physicists, foresters, engineers, arborists, physiologists, and ecologists to present their work and discuss new developments, approaches, and methodologies........

*2007 ANZSEE Conference " Re-inventing Sustainability: A climate for change"
Noosaville, QLD, Australia
3 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007
This conference will unpack the nature and scale of our challenges, showcase the types of analysis and understanding that are required to address them, and highlight practical ways in which sustainability might be reinvented so that it moves from rhetoric.

*"Management of Climate Risks in Agriculture"
Berlin, Germany
5 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007
101st Seminar of the EAAE.

*GREENHOUSE GASES - Mitigation and Utilization
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
8 Jul 2007 - 12 Jul 2007
CHEMRAWN (Chemical Research Applied to World Needs) & ICCDU (the International Conferences on Carbon Dioxide Utilization) will hold a combined conference in Kingston on science and policy related to mitigation and utilization of CO2 & other greenhouse gas.

*United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) New York City Conference
New York City , NY, United States
23 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007
”Creating Sustainability Within Our Midst: Challenge for the 21st Century”.

*A very visible truth-climate change at the coast
Cardiff, United Kingdom
22 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
This will be a conference with a difference. A ministeral and Mayoral welcome, international speakers, a debate with the environment correspondent with the BBC and much more.

*IPCC-TGICA Regional Meeting Integrating Analysis of Regional Climate Change and Response Options
Nadi, Fiji
20 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
An Expert Meeting on Regional Impacts, Adaptation, Vulnerability, and Mitigation.

* 5th Study Conference on BALTEX
Saaremaa, Estonia
4 Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007
The 5th BALTEX Study Conference is devoted to BALTEX Phase II objectives and will review research results related to water and energy cycles in the climate system, climate and climate variability, water management issues, and air & water quality studies.

*5th Study Conference on BALTEX
Kuressaare, Saaremaa, Estonia
4 Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007
The 5th BALTEX Study Conference is devoted to BALTEX Phase II objectives and will review research results related to water and energy cycles in the climate system, climate and climate variability, water management issues, and air and water quality studies.

*Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change
Amsterdam, Netherlands
24 May 2007 - 26 May 2007
This year’s discussions will address the theme ‘Earth System Governance: Theories and Strategies for Sustainability’..

*International Conference on Climate Change
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
29 May 2007 - 31 May 2007
A platform to explore the scientific, technical and socio-economic issues relevant to the understanding of human induced climate change, assess its potential impacts, propose mitigation and adaptation measures, and to develop strategies to implement these.

*Summer school: Understanding Global Environmental Change
Alterra, Netherlands
18 May 2007 - 24 May 2007
This summer school will focus on how global change affects principal processes, compartments, interactions of the earth system. The summer school will combine general principles of earth system science with cutting-edge scientific insights..

*Ocean Controls in Abrupt Climate Change
Obergurgl, Oetz Valley, Austria
19 May 2007 - 24 May 2007
Conference aims to present an updated view on and advance understanding of the interhemispheric significance of rapid ocean and climate change by focusing on past periods of natural anomalous perturbation of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation.

Cologne, Germany
2 May 2007 - 4 May 2007
"CARBON EXPO is THE event for the carbon market to meet sellers and buyers, an event which you should not miss.".

*Climate Change
Tampa, Florida, United States
9 May 2007 - 11 May 2007
Focusing on Florida, the Climate Change Conference will provide the latest scientific findings and identify impacts and actions that should be taken to respond to climate change. Global, national, and state experts will share their perspectives.

*The past, the present and the future of global weather and climate modelling
Reading, United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 - 25 Apr 2007
Presentations include: "The emergence of weather and climate modelling: Richardson's dream"; "Global weather and climate modelling expands to cover the globe".

*International Conference on Climatic Changes & their Impacts on Coastal Zones & River Deltas
Alexandria, Egypt
21 Apr 2007 - 24 Apr 2007
Vulnerability, Mitigation and Adaptation? Contact for information:

*European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2007
Vienna, Austria
15 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
The EGU General Assembly will bring together geoscientists from all over Europe and the rest of the world into one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences..

*IFA Technical Committee Meeting
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
12 Mar 2007 - 14 Mar 2007
International Workshop on Energy Efficiency and CO2 Economic Prospects in Ammonia Production.

*Carbon Market Insights 2007
Copenhagen, Denmark
13 Mar 2007 - 15 Mar 2007
This year’s event will reflect on, amongst other major issues, the opening up of the EU emissions trading scheme to the global carbon markets..

*MIPIM 2007
Cannes, France
13 Mar 2007 - 16 Mar 2007
"The economics of climate change in the built environment - a drain on business, an unavoidable necessity or an opportunity to enhance your bottom line?".

*The science of climate change: A Royal Society showcase of the IPCC 4th Assessment Working Group 1 Report
London, United Kingdom
1 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007
The event will highlight the main findings of the report, particularly those areas likely to be of specific interest to the scientific and policy community..

*The Role of Geophysics in Natural Disaster Prevention
Lima, Peru
5 Mar 2007 - 9 Mar 2007
This meeting aims at discussing improved geophysical methods for the evaluation of natural hazards as part of a more general risk assured effort and risk reduction process..

*Climate Change: How to get your message across to consumers
London, United Kingdom
7 Mar 2007 - 8 Mar 2007
Climate change is going to dominate the 21st Century. And business must lead the way in helping to change consumer behaviour - the cost of failing to do so, according to the British Government's Stern Report could result in an economic depression.

Bristol, United Kingdom
22 Feb 2007 - 22 Feb 2007
The natural terrestrial ecosystems and the regeneration and germination of many plants in the world depend on the occurrence of wildfires. Fire-related emissions consist of climate sensitive trace gases and aerosols..

*B iogenic Hydrocarbons & The Atmosphere
Ventura, CA, United States
25 Feb 2007 - 2 Mar 2007

*16th annual Colorado Ag Outlook Forum 2007
Denver, CO, United States
21 Feb 2007 - 21 Feb 2007
The tenetative agenda includes: Farm Policy and Climate Change.

*Time to Adapt -Climate Change and the European Water Dimension
Berlin, Germany
12 Feb 2007 - 14 Feb 2007
The Symposium aims to provide a platform for representatives from governments, science and research, stakeholder groups and non-governmental organisations to discuss the likely impacts of climate change on water management and water dependent sectors.

*International Greenhouse Gas Emissions Decade (IGGED)
Barcelona, Spain
14 Nov 2006 - 25 Nov 2006
CLIMATE CHANGE TALKS aboard the Royal Caribbean - Voyager of the Seas. The IGGED has been planned to bridge the gaps in knowledge for greenhouse gas emissions from extremely wide range of sources in the world..

*International Young Scientists’ Global Change Conference
Beijing, China
7 Nov 2006 - 8 Nov 2006
Global environmental change refers to change occurring in the interactive physical, chemical and biological processes that regulate the earth system, the role of human activities influencing such change and its societal consequences..

*Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges - An Earth System Science Partnership Open Science Conference
Beijing, China
9 Nov 2006 - 12 Nov 2006
CONFERENCE THEMES: Earth System Science Approach; Science for Sustainability; Integrated Regional Studies.

*Impact Evaluation of Global Warming and Approach to Risk Analysis in East Asia
Taipei, Taiwan
31 Oct 2006 - 4 Nov 2006
The symposium focuses on (1) Features and connotations of the climate change in East Asia , (2) Impacts on ecosystem and adaptation, (3) Impacts on food production and adaptation, (4) Impacts on human health and society etc..

*Rapid Climate Change: International Science Conference
Birmingham, United Kingdom
24 Oct 2006 - 27 Oct 2006
The conference seeks to bring together the international community of scientists carrying out oceanographic observations, paleo studies & ocean & coupled climate modelling in order to discuss recent research findings & to identify outstanding problems.

* The Application of Scenarios with References to the Effect of Climate Change; The Application of Scenarios with References
Esbjerg, Denmark
5 Oct 2006 - 7 Oct 2006
In order to make proper management strategies it is necessary to have an assessment of the risk involved. One tool for doing so is by building scenarios to get a range of possible outcomes in a future world..

*Innovation in coping with water and climate related risks
Amsterdam, Netherlands
25 Sep 2006 - 27 Sep 2006
Climate change cannot be stopped any more.IWA recognises the need for the water sector to cope with these impacts..

*Environment Ireland 2006
Dublin, Ireland
4 Sep 2006 - 5 Sep 2006
The conference will feature a panel of experts presenting on key environmental issues such as: Resources Management (waste, water, energy); Climate change; Sustainable development; Transport.

*Living with Climate Variability and Change: Understanding the Uncertainties and Managing the Risks
Espoo, Finland
17 Jul 2006 - 21 Jul 2006
The focus of the conference is on decision-processes in real-world contexts, including agriculture, water resource management, disease control, power generation and disaster mitigation, where climate is one of the factors to be considered..

*HOLIVAR2006 Open Science Meeting - Natural Climate Variability and Global Warming
London, United Kingdom
12 Jun 2006 - 15 Jun 2006
HOLIVAR is a European Science Foundation funded project which seeks to bring together European scientists interested in climate variability during the Holocene period (the last 11,500 years). The scientists are palaeoclimatologists, climate historians..

London, United Kingdom
12 Jun 2006 - 15 Jun 2006
HOLIVAR2006 Open Science Meeting. In this meeting we will examine how and why the natural climate system varies and assess the relative importance of natural processes and human activity in explaining global warming..

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