- Meeting or Conference
- Department of Environmental Science, Central University of Rajasthan; Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI)
- 06-08 Nov 2013
- India (Ajmer, Rajasthan)
- Department of Environmental Science,
Central University of Rajasthan
Global climate change is expected to have a strong impact on the environment on local, regional and global scales. Its impact can be particularly important at regions which are additionally subject to other changes, i.e. population growth, land use change, and change in industrial and hydropower sectors. As a result, the scientific community has been focusing on activities and initiatives, i.e. climate scenarios, impact assessments, adaptation and mitigation strategies, to reduce system’s vulnerability to climate change and improve decision making.
The CCISA2013 workshop aims to strengthen the understanding of climate change impacts and link scientific insights to policies for promoting sustainability. The workshop will look into the scientific, technical and social challenges as well as implications of climate change on sustainable development.
Special Session on “Adaptation and mitigation options for tackling the impacts of climate change on water resources in the Luni River Basin”
The International Workshop on Climate Change Impacts and Societal Adaptation will bring together engineers, scientists, students, managers and other professionals from the climate impacts community. The success of this workshop reflects the critical environmental topics that are discussed as well as the quality of the presented papers. All the papers that are selected for either oral or poster presentation will undergo a review process.
The CCISA 2013 program will accommodate sessions and workshops on climate change impacts and adaptation.
- Climate variability and change
- Climate change impact assessment
- Uncertainty analysis
- Adaptation under climatic change
On Day 1, scientists and policy-makers will discuss various aspects of climate change impacts on water-related hazards in the Luni area. The objective is to improve the process understanding of the system and identify/assess appropriate mitigation and adaptation options to alleviate poverty.
Delegates can submit their abstracts on original work to be considered for oral or poster presentation in word file at email firstname.lastname@example.org. The title of the abstract should be written using Times New Roman 16 pt font, bold with initial capitals. The names, current affiliations, and e-mail addresses of all authors must be listed, written centred at the top of the page. Text should not exceed 500 words. The text should be written using Times New Roman 12 pt font, justified. All submitted abstracts will undergo a review process and accepted abstracts selected for either oral or poster presentation.
What is included in the event fee
The registration fee includes the attendance in all sessions, workshop kit, lunch, tea/snacks, opening dinner for workshop
- Climate Change, Risk Identification & Assessment