Mark it in your calendars: The upcoming online conference CLIMATE 2011 will feature "Climate Change + disaster risk management"! See more on www.climate2011.net.
Unitl Sunday: Vote for Best Paper Award
This year we again issue the “Best Paper Award” in collaboration with Emerald Publishers. Please vote for your favorite authors and chose your favorite papers from the four categories.
Book Lottery: “Climate Change at Universities”
Win 1 of 10 free books on „Universities and Climate Change". E-mail to Johanna: (a) Header “CLIMATE 2010 Book Lottery”, (b) conference user name, (c) full postal address. Winners are informed by e-mail. Good luck!
Climate Change at your fingertips
Did you know? A special features of this year’s conference is the conference section CC at your fingertips which offers free learning material for lecturers and teachers. Climate change games provide a playful way of getting involved with the key conference themes and a CO2 calculator allows conference participants to assess their own CO2 footprint.
Listen to ICIMOD’s Dr Arun B. Shrestha’s 20 minute lecture on Climate Change and its Impacts on Cryosphere and Water Resources of the Hindu Kush Himalayan Region - see menu Conference/Partner Podcasts or click here.
Federal Environment Ministry supports CLIMATE 2010
In the run up of COP 16 in Cancún/Mexico, CLIMATE 2010 features a new video podcast in which the Parliamentary State Secretary Katherina Reiche, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety in Germany, encourages the worldwide participants to seize the innovative online-climate conference for networking, discussing newest findings in climate research and for developing sustainable solutions.
German Federal Environment Minister Roettgen takes patronage
Dr Norbert Roettgen, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of the Federal Republic of Germany, is the patron of the upcoming online climate conference CLIMATE 2010. Read more about the minister and his ministry's International Climate Initiative on the patronage or read the full press release.
All webpages of CLIMATE 2010 are hosted CO2-neutral by the CLIMATE 2010 partner STRATO.
CO2 emissions related to the use of participants´ personal computers during the online climate conference from 1-7 November 2010 will be compensated by our conference partner KlimaInvest. To guarantee a climate-neutral conference week, a wind energy park in Turkey is being financed according to the acknowleged WWF Gold Standard.