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11–12 April 2019 CLIMATICO 2019 International Conference

Elias Beach Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus

We are pleased to invite you to the CLIMATICO 2019 International Conference, which will be held on 11-12 April 2019, in Limassol, Cyprus, an upcoming cosmopolitan Mediterranean seaside city.

The CLIMATICO 2019 international conference aims to showcase the advances in science and technology driven by the Paris Climate Change Agreement with special emphasis on agricultural, food and health aspects of climate change impacts in the Mediterranean region.

The conference will bring together leading scientists, policy makers and entrepreneurs to engage into discussions towards a sustainable and climate safe development of the Mediterranean region.

Take a look at our honorable Keynote Speakers and Scientific Committee members. The abstract submission and registration is now open. You can submit your abstract here.

Selected papers from the conference proceedings will be part of a Special Issue in the scientific journal Climate.

You can visit our website at for more information and updates about CLIMATICO 2019.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we look forward to seeing you at the CLIMATICO 2019 and wish you a pleasant stay in Limassol!


CLIMATICO 2019 Organizing Committee


textUnder the auspices of the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment, Dr. Costas Kadis.

textSupported by the Commissioner for the Environment, Ms. Ioanna Panayiotou.

24–29 September 2017 IUFRO 8.01.02 Landscape Ecology Conference 2017

Wittenberg, Germany

The IUFRO-LE (International Union of Forest Research Organizations—Working group Landscape Ecology) conference 2017 addresses the conflict between provisioning services (the "Green"), such as timber / biomass and forest by-products (food and fodder) and regulating services (the "Blue") (e.g., cleaning drinking water, flood and erosion regulation) in relation to other impacts on biodiversity and the supporting structures and key ecological processes that enable the supply of these services.
We aim to address to what extent and how the status of any particular forest ecosystem and its temporal dynamics should be included in the overall assessment of ecosystems and their services at larger scales such as landscape scale. Such understanding is indispensable to adaptive management at multiple scales and the assessment of land use changes that might increase or decrease forest areas, including transitional states, and the availability of ecosystem services.
The conference will address particularly the topic "Green-Blue-Nexus in information society —supporting integrative forest management across scales and actors", while space will be conserved for other IUFRO LE and—as an interface to IALE—other landscape ecology relevant themes.

21–25 May 2018 2018 International Conference on Ozone and Plant Ecosystems

Florence, Italy

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the International Conference on Ozone and Plant Ecosystems (2nd Ozone and Plants Conference) will be held from May 21 to May 25, 2018, in Florence, Italy.
Ozone pollution continues to be a serious issue for terrestrial ecosystems and plant health. Progress has been achieved by controlling the emission of precursors in some areas of the world, but much remains to be done. This conference will allow all experts in the interactions between ozone and plant ecosystems to meet and discuss the state of the art and the strategies for continuous improvements. The three man subjects of the conference are:
1. Monitoring, modelling and assessing the risk of ozone damage to plant ecosystems
2. How plant ecosystems respond to ozone exposure
3. How plant ecosystems affect ozone concentration in the atmosphere
For more details, please check the website

We look forward to meeting you in Florence!

With our best regards

The Organizers
IUFRO RG7.01.00 Impacts of Air Pollution and Climate Change on Forest Ecosystems
IUFRO WP7.01.02 Genetic, biochemical and physiological processes
WP7.01.05 Modelling and risk assessment
WP7.01.09 Ground-level ozone
ICP Vegetation

15–18 October 2018 Venice 2018 Symposium

Venice, Italy

The aim of the Venice 2018 Symposium is to focus on the advances made in the application of technologies for energy recovery from biomass and waste and to encourage discussion in these fields. The previous edition of the Symposium, held in 2016, was attended by over 500 scientists and operators from approximately 57 different countries.

The seventh edition of the Symposium will feature:

  • Three days of scientific presentations
  • One day of guided technical tours at biochemical and thermochemical plants
  • Six parallel oral sessions, poster sessions and an exhibition by companies working in the field
  • Expected attendance of over 600 delegates from tens of different countries worldwide

The conference will be held in the eminent meeting centre of the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista, internationally renowned as one of the most relevant congress venue in Venice. Advantageous conditions will be offered to companies wishing to display their practical experience and innovative technologies. Meeting opportunities will also be created to foster cooperation between those involved in industrial production and material recycling.

The Symposium is organized by the International Waste Working Group (IWWG) and Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Venezia, with the scientific support of the Universities of Padova, Hokkaido, Queensland, Rostock, Trento, Tsinghua and Hamburg University of Technology.

21–24 October 2018 14th APRU Multi-Hazards Symposium

ANU, Canberra, Australia

Background to the APRU/ANU conference on 21 – 24 October 2018

The Australian National University is collaborating with the Association of Pacific Rim

Universities (APRU) to convene the international conference on Risk, Resilience and Reconstruction: Science and Governance for Effective Disaster Risk Reduction and Recovery in Australia, Asia and the Pacific. The host school at ANU is the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES), College of Science.

Professor Helen James, College of Asia Pacific and Director of the IRDR ICoE for Integrated Research on Disaster Risk Science is Co-Chairing with Professor Phil Cummins, RSES. This is an integrated approach to the multiple and multi-disciplinary needs to achieve better societal and human outcomes from disasters. A cross-college approach involving many disciplines has been followed which is reflected in the participation of the organizing committee whose members come from the College of Science, ANU College of Law, College of Asia Pacific, and the College of Medicine and Health.

Some 92 papers are being presented from all over the world. Over 150 delegates will attend.

The conference is being held at University House, ANU in the Great Hall and adjacent meeting rooms. Vice Chancellor, Professor Brian Schmidt will open the conference and Mr Jamie Isbister, First Assistant Secretary Humanitarian, NGOs and Partnerships Division has accepted our invitation to speak at the opening of the conference. APRU representatives will also be present.

The aims and background of the conference, situate it in new approaches to achieving more effective Disaster Risk Reduction practices. A number of humanitarian agencies including the Australian Red Cross and the Samoan Red Cross will also be present.

This conference is an important contribution to DRR theory and practice globally.

Aims of the Conference

This Multi-Hazards APRU conference aims to open new horizons in disaster risk science which can contribute to better societal outcomes and better understanding of the intersecting dynamics of risk, resilience and reconstruction. In particular, it aims to:

  1. Explore the benefits of taking a multi-disciplinary STEM – HASS perspective to new approaches to reducing the impact of disaster risk; building community and individual resilience; and improving the effectiveness of risk communication;
  2. Develop better understanding of the significance of stakeholder and community engagement, and concomitant policy imperatives;
  3. Engage with future risk through better support to decision makers at the cutting edge of resilience and vulnerability reduction initiatives;
  4. Examine the benefits of disaster education, use of digital technologies and outreach programs in translating disaster risk policy into practical investments in societal sustainability.
  5. Explore the need to develop theoretical frameworks which integrate quantitative data from science, policy and industry to build All-hazards, transdisciplinary bases for the comprehensive analysis of risk in diverse socio-cultural, ecological, and political environments.

6–10 January 2013 93rd AMS Annual Meeting

Austin, TX, USA

The theme for the 2013 AMS Annual Meeting isTaking Predictions to the Next Level: Expanding Beyond Today's Weather, Water, and Climate Forecasting and Projections.

24–25 February 2013 2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Humanity-ICCCH 2013

Rome, Italy

ICCCH 2013, is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Climate Change and Humanity to a common forum. The primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in Climate Change and Humanity. Another goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in India and abroad. The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Climate Change and Humanity and related areas

26 February–1 March 2013 4th MoniQA International Conference

Budapest, Hungary

The theme of the conference will put various emerging and persistent food safety issues, and the relevant analytical and legal challenges in perspective of globalisation, climate change, food security and economic crises. These issues are drivers for new developments and new research initiatives in food safety assurance and food safety management worldwide, however economic crises and the volatility of food commodity prices put pressure on food safety assurance strategies especially in developing countries but also in international trade. According to the definition of "Food Security" by the WHO, it is a fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger and to consume safe and nutritious food. MoniQA recognises that climate change poses a severe challenge to people's food security and the safety of food due to emerging risks and the magnitude of food safety related incidents due to modern production practices and global mobility. Furthermore, climate change is a major framing condition for sustainable development of agriculture and food, and it will impact all aspects of our daily lives.

18–20 March 2013 ECCA European Climate Change Adaption Conference 2013

Hamburg, Germany

The European Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2013 will bring together scientists and practitioners working on adaptation to the impacts of climate change. The conference will create a European forum bringing together world-class science, with the aim of fostering a creative dialogue with climate adaptation policy makers and practitioners. The theme of the conference is integrating climate into action.

7–12 April 2013 European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013

Vienna, Austria

The EGU General Assembly 2013 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world into one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences. Especially for young scientists, it is the aim of the EGU to provide a forum where they can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geosciences. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna.

5–7 May 2013 Ocean Gateways Past and Present

Jerusalem, Israel

The Ocean Gateways conference aims to bring together the ocean and terrestrial observations, climate modelling and palaeoclimate reconstructions communities to share their insights into the circulation regimes of ocean gateways, the role of wind systems in defining these regimes, the variability of the gateways circulation and their significance for ocean circulation on regional to global and modern to palaeo-time scales.

19–24 May 2013 NSF - AMS Climate Studies Diversity Project - Promoting Diversity on a Changing Planet

Washington, DC, USA

Our nation faces a serious challenge in attracting young people to science and science-related careers (including teaching). This is particularly true for members of groups underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and is especially acute in the small number of minority college students majoring in the geosciences.

27–30 May 2013 Impacts World 2013 - International Conference on Climate Change Effects

Potsdam, Germany

The IMPACTS WORLD 2013 conference aims to develop a new vision for climate impacts research by laying the foundations for regular, community-driven syntheses of climate change impact analyses. It will bring together leading scientists and decision makers from local to international levels.

27–28 June 2013 ICESCC 2013 : International Conference on Earth Science and Climate Change

Paris, France

The XXXIV. International Conference on Earth Science and Climate Change aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Earth Science and Climate Change, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.

15–16 July 2013 ICCCGW 2013 : International Conference on Climate Change and Global Warming

Stockholm, Sweden

The XXXIV. International Conference on Climate Change and Global Warming aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Climate Change and Global Warming, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.

18–19 July 2013 Fifth International Conference on Climate Change

Port Louis, Maritius

The Climate Change Conference is for any person with an interest in, and concern for, scientific, policy and strategic perspectives in climate change. It will address a range of critically important themes relating to the vexing question of climate change. Plenary speakers will include some of the world’s leading thinkers in the fields of climatology and environmental science, as well as numerous paper, workshop and colloquium presentations by researchers and practitioners.

20–23 August 2013 Environment and Health – Bridging South, North, East and West

Basel, Switzerland

The ISEE (International Society for Environmental Epidemiology), ISES (International Society of Exposure Science), and the ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate) invite you to the 2013 conference in Basel, hosted by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (SwissTPH). The conference aims at presenting recent scientific achievements in the field of exposure science and environmental health from all relevant disciplines and covering a broad range of topics.

1–5 September 2013 ClimTree 2013 - International conference on climate change and tree responses in forests of Central Europe

Zürich, Switzerland

Exchanging the state of the art regarding direct and indirect influences of climate change on trees and forests, with a clear regional focus on Central Europe including the Alps and Carpathians. Keynotes on responses of trees/forests on CC in the focal region and in other regions of the World will frame several sessions open to submission of talks.

17–25 September 2013 International Conferences: Changes in Alpine and Arctic Flora under Climate Change

Bergün, Switzerland

--> First conference: International Tundra Experiment ITEX--More than 20 years of tundra vegetation change research (17.-20. September 2013).
The ITEX network has focused on the impacts of climate change on plant species in tundra and alpine vegetation. We welcome all researchers to this conference who are interested in changes in arctic and alpine tundra. Contributions are welcome that range from observations of variability to experimental manipulations.

--> Second conference: Faster, Higher, More? Past, Present and Future Dynamics of Alpine and Arctic Flora under Climate Change (22.-25. September 2013).

The conference aims at

  • presenting current research in climate-driven changes in species distribution in alpine and arctic environments
  • linking research efforts across disciplines and regions
  • discussing potential implications on conservation efforts and land management in the respective areas.

The conference is open to all interested researchers and practitioners.

25–30 May 2014 First International Summit on Tornadoes and Climate Change

Chania, Crete, Greece

Using new radar technology and extensive field programs scientists have gained a considerable understanding of how tornadoes in rich moisture and high shear environments form.  New insights into how the melting Arctic sea ice can shift these environments provide the background to a better understanding of tornado climate.  We propose to bring together for the first time the tornado and climate communities for a 5-day summit with the goal to advance the state of knowledge of how tornado activity across the world might be affected by climate change.

12–14 January 2015 International Conference on Climate Change Innovation and Resilience for Sustainable Livelihood

Kathmandu, Nepal

The conference will focus on approaches from the physical  and social sciences to support economic development in mountain and lowland South Asia, which faces climate hazards along with food security, water and soil management and environmental justice challenges.

7–9 September 2015 The 5th World Sustainability Forum

Centre for Teaching and Research of the University Hospital of Basel

2015 is an important year for all of us. We are taking stock of the accomplishments based on the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that were adopted in the year 2000. The results of these efforts are immensely positive. In most countries around the globe, extreme poverty and hunger have been reduced, and infant, child, and maternal mortality have decreased. Girls have better access to primary schooling, progress has been made in slowing the spread of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, access to safe drinking water and sanitation has improved, and more information and knowledge is available to more people via the internet than ever before. However, not all goals have been achieved and some regions have benefitted less, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.

The period marked by the MDGs will end in December 2015. As part of the post-2015 development agenda, the international community is working intensely on a new set of goals, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to be adopted at the 70th Session of the UN General Assembly in the second half of September 2015. The new set of goals, despite their similarity in some aspects, go beyond the MDGs in that (a) the formulation and focus of the goals are more encompassing, explicitly requiring active participation from wealthy and poor nations alike, and that (b) the overall focus is shifting away from ameliorating the situation of poor and underdeveloped regions and societies toward improving the sustainability of global economic and social development while concurrently protecting the environment.

First Call - The 5th World Sustainability Forum (WSF5)- Transitioning toward Sustainability

24–27 October 2016 The Global Land Project third Open Science Meeting (GLP 3rd OSM 2016)

China National Convention Center, Beijing

The Global Land Project third Open Science Meeting (GLP 3rd OSM 2016), to be held from 24-27th October 2016 at China National Convention Center in Beijing aims at bringing together the Land System Science community to present, discuss and foster progress towards a sustainable land use future.

Our guest editor of special issue "Dynamics of Land-Use/Cover Change under a Changing Climate"(, Dr. Maoyi Huang is the organizer of the following session:

T1 S18-Progress in quantifying impacts of land use and land cover change in a changing climate using an Earth system modeling approach

In this session, we seek contributions on quantifying the effects of LULCC on water/carbon/nutrient cycling, water-food-energy nexus, ecosystem health and services, and regional and global climate through applying ESMs or its components at local, regional, and global scales. Studies on ESM development, including efforts on developing individual modules, coupling among modules to better understand feedbacks, and assembling datasets for parameterizing and benchmarking ESMs, are also welcome.

12–16 December 2016 AGU Fall Meeting

San Francisco, CA, USA

With approximately 24,000 attendees in 2015, AGU’s Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world. 2016 will mark Fall Meeting’s 49th year as the premiere place to present your research; hear about the latest discoveries, trends, and challenges in the field; and network with colleagues that can enhance your career. […]

27–28 January 2017 The 6th World Sustainability Forum

Cape Town, South Africa

An international scientific conference of the journal Sustainability under the patronage of the University of Basel, University of the Western Cape, University of Cape Town and the National Research Foundation of the Republic of South Africa.

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