Practical solutions to challenges posed by global anthropogenic climate change are non-global: in national and regional regulatory frameworks, in devolved implementation of policy, in behavioural acceptance and desire for change, and in process-level understanding underpinning systems science research.
Scotland is at the forefront of Climate Planning, with world-leading aspirations to shape a new way of living in the face of high-paced environmental change: land use for food and carbon stabilization, fresh water for energy and life, marine environment for energy and food. Aspirational plans need practical working solutions, which need underpinning evidence.
Date & Time
27th-28th of November 2019 - 09:00 to 18:00
Roseanna Cunningham MSP Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform
Susan Watt - Journalist, writer, broadcaster
Andy Kerr - Climate-KIC
Andrew Millar FRS - Chief Scientific Advisor, Scottish Government
Emily Shuckburgh OBE - Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research
The symposium will focus on three challenge areas:
Gathering Evidence: mosaic of underpinning research advancing earth system forecasting
Assessing Relevance: issue-dependent evidence base needed for policy and regulation
Designing Solutions: design and implementation.
More information, the programme and registration (free) is avaliable here: http://sages19.efconference.co.uk/
Deadline for abstract submissions is 30th September 2019.
SEFARI is supporting the event.