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    MEDCLIME 2020 - The Mediterranean and Climate Change: Impacts, people, action

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    Category International Summer School; Mediterranean; climate change; foresight; participatory simulation; debriefing; sea level rise; climate impacts; human; resources; sustainability; policy; governance; ethics; cultural diversity; environment; biodiversity; conservation of nature; health;

    Deadline: August 15, 2020 | Date: August 25, 2020-August 28, 2020

    Venue/Country: Cagnes & Sophia Antipolis, France

    Updated: 2020-03-30 16:39:43 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    The Mediterranean and Climate Change: Impacts, people, action.

    International Summer School: Open to all applicants who are ‘Mediterranean stakeholders’, people who, and organizations that, have an interest in planning and acting for the future of the Mediterranean, especially the future as it will be shaped by dangerous and accelerating climate change.

    It will bring together two content areas and two methodologies: oceans, climate change, foresight and participatory simulation.

    The summer school will be an exciting opportunity for stakeholders to:

    learn about the complexity and interactions related to the climate impacts, human, biological and physical resources, sustainability, policy, governance, ethical dimensions and cultural diversity of the Mediterranean basin and its coasts under the impact of severe, inevitable climate change;

    become actors in the definition, building and writing of roadmaps* of policies and actions that need to be adopted and undertaken to adapt to and mitigate against climate change in the Mediterranean basin;

    become familiar with methodologies, such as issues- and solutions-oriented foresight methods and data-driven, decision-focused, participatory simulation (Companion Modelling), that enable stakeholders to participate creatively, collectively and constructively to unravel the complex web of interrelated issues and make decision under conditions of uncertainty;

    engage with, get to know and make friends with fellow stakeholders with a variety of views, problems to solve and solutions to offer; complex web of interrelated issues.

    break new ground in sharing, creating, learning about and promoting effective ways to engage people and communities to undertake positive action to mitigate and adapt to the ravages of climate change in the Mediterranean.

    Keywords: Accepted papers list. Acceptance Rate. EI Compendex. Engineering Index. ISTP index. ISI index. Impact Factor.
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