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International Conference on Human Capital for Sustainable Economies—27-28 May, Karlsruhe — Germany
The International Conference on Human Capital for Sustainable Economies is to address many of the critical questions and is dedicated to examine human capital development and management in the context of climate change.
International conference Deltas in Times of Climate Change, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)—29.09-02.10.2010
The conference offers a mixed programme attractive for scientists as well as politicians, policy makers and practitioners. Plenary sessions with inspiring keynote speakers will alternate with workshops for presentations of scientific findings and issues of policy and practice in climate adaptation.
Workshop on EU-EECA cooperation in the field of ‘Environment’
Workshop on EU-EECA cooperation in the field of ‘Environment’ is scheduled to take place in Athens, on 8-9 October 2009.
Networking Event in the field of water management and sanitation Europe - Africa - EECA (Eastern Europe and Central Asia)
Organizer: The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), German National Contact Points “Environment”. Venue: House of Research, Sensengasse 1, Vienna, Austria. The conference language is English. The participation is free of charge.
Information day on Call FP7-ENV-2010
The Infoday (including Brokerage Sessions), which takes place in Brussels, is for everyone interested in taking part in the Call FP7-ENV-2010.
World Climate Conference-3 - Better climate information for a better future
The overarching theme of the Conference is "Climate prediction and information for decision-making: focusing on scientific advances in seasonal to inter-annual time-scales, taking into account multi-decadal prediction".
International Conference Megacities: Risk, Vulnerability and Sustainable development
The conference invites interdisciplinary contributions of worldwide regions from all fields of urban research such as: land use, social polarization, security, energy, water and sanitation, waste, mobility and transportation, air quality, health, food supply, economic productivity, climate, ecology.
2nd German Environmental Sociology Summit - Reshaping Nature: Old Limits and New Possibilities
The German Sociological Society's Section on Environmental Sociology and the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology at the Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ are pleased to announce the Second German Environmental Sociology Summit in Leipzig (Germany) from November 5-7, 2009.
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