iClimate Annual Workshop 2022
Info about event
Tinghallerne, Viborg/ Campus Foulum
This year iClimate workshop will take place in Viborg/Foulum on Oct 11-12. We will get to hang out across the center, hear talks from all ends of the iClimate spectrum, be introduced to two new big centres CORC and Land-CRAFT, get a tour of the Foulum research facilities and enjoy tasty food and wine. We welcome all members no matter where you live and work to sign up for a room. The workshop is free of charge for all iClimate members. However, to avoid waste, there will be a no-show fee DKK 500. The fee will be charged if you do not cancel or inform us that you are not able to participate no later than 1 week before the workshop takes place. Please note if you have a hotel reservation this cannot be cancelled and will be charged due to the cancellation policy of the hotel (30 days prior to arrival).
We hope that many of you will contribute to the workshop program and sign up for either an oral presentation or a poster presentation. When you sign up you will be asked to give a title for a presentation in one of the four sessions below. (If you like to change your title of your presentation, please send an email to: iClimate@envs.au.dk, no later than 7 October 2022
- Adaptation to climate change: What are the climate changes and impacts we are facing and why? How do we transform agriculture, infrastructure, society, etc. to adapt to these changes? And what about equity-issues and governance during the transformation?
- Mitigation of climate change: What can we do to mitigate climate change? How much do the different solutions matter for the system as a whole? What can agriculture do and contribute with? What about the energy sector and the transportation sector? How much can be achieved through nature-based solutions, and how? How do we create the legal incentives and set up the governance and what economic mechanisms and impacts are in play? How do we get citizens and consumers on board?
- Measuring, modeling, and inventorying greenhouse gases: Here is a chance to share knowledge across disciplines: Some measure CH4 emissions from cows, others measure it from the Arctic tundra, and still others use satellite data. What can we learn from each other? How do we use measured greenhouse gas fluxes or concentrations in models? Can modeled changes help to inform future measurement campaigns?
- Open session: We want to hear from all ends of iClimate, so bring it on!