Climate Change: in relation to Water, Agriculture and Forestry, Natural Hazards, Fisheries, and Mid-Term Research & Innovation Policies in the Pacific
Brussels, 20-23 March 2012
The PACE-Net Project together with the Ministry of Sciences and Economic Affairs - Saxony-Anhalt, and the Academic Network of Saxony-Anhalt organises a flagship dialogue event, called the PACE-Net Key Stakeholder Conference, in Brussels, on 20-23 March 2012.
Climate change has been identified as one of the major societal challenges of our time, not just for Europe, but also for other regions, including the Pacific. As climate change associated risks directly affect people and ecosystems of the Pacific, the event’s main topic will be: Climate Change: in relation to Water, Agriculture and Forestry, Natural Hazards, Fisheries, and Mid-Term Research & Innovation Policies in the Pacific.
The conference will include four inter-connected actions in which participant's engagement will be welcomed:
Participants are invited to contribute with an abstract for consideration by one of the thematic Workshops which are part of the conference program.
The focus of the abstract should be the assessment of the needs for research, capacity development, and innovation, as well as possible funding or other opportunities to meet these needs for issues addressed in one of the thematic workshops.
Date: 20-23 March 2012
Hotel: http://www.resotel.be/dlrmarch2012 (rooms reserved at a special rate during trade fair)
Conference web site: http://brussels-conference.pacenet.eu/
Contact details for more information: