Swedish Climate Symposium 2024
In 2024, BECC and MERGE organise the The Swedish Climate Symposium in Norrköping (Sweden) for the 2nd time.
We are proud to welcome you to the 2nd Swedish Climate Symposium, focusing on Climate research for society: understanding the science, investigating environmental and societal implications and exploring
The Symposium is a unique opportunity for scholars to collectively reflect on and share contributions to climate science. It brings together scholars to identify knowledge gaps, find opportunities for strengthened collaboration, and for further deepening the understanding of climate change; its physical basis, its impacts on nature and society, and the sustainable development and governance needed to mitigate and adapt to climate change. A wide spectrum of climate questions will be discussed, within and across disciplines.
Registration for participation in the conference is open until the 15th of April
Please visit the conference website: www.swedishclimatesymposium.com
BECC is a collaboration between Lund University and University of Gothenburg in Sweden. BECC brings together more than 350 scientists from the natural and social sciences to perform research on the combined consequences of anthropogenic emissions, climate and land-use changes on biodiversity and ecosystem services on multiple scales, to provide a scientific basis for the sustainable management of ecosystems and biodiversity.
MERGE brings together more than 150 researchers collaborating across five Swedish universities - Lund University, Chalmers, University of Gothenburg, KTH, and Linnaeus University - and SMHI, to form a cutting edge research environment with a focus on the interactions between the climate and the terrestrial biosphere, and on the development and application of detailed process models, climate models and Earth System models.
About the event
Louis De Geer Konsert & Kongress, Norrköping
Researchers, societal actors and everyone interested in the topic.
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