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Südafrikanische Konferenz Globaler Wandel 2014

Zeitraum: 01.12.14 - 05.12.14 Ort: Port Elizabeth Land: Südafrika

The South African Global Change Science Committee, together with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University through the AEON - Earth Stewardship Science Research Institute, are excited to announce the hosting of the Second DST/NRF National Global Change Conference in Port Elizabeth between the dates of 1 and 5 December 2014, with the general theme of “Global Change Research in South Africa:  towards integration across disciplines, sectors and scales”.

The Global Change Grand Challenge (GCGC) is now in its 4th year of implementation and together with related NRF/DST programmes on global change issues have made significant progress in the two years since the first NRF/DST conference was held. The main purpose of this conference is to bring together the diverse global change research community in South Africa in order to share recent research progress and outcomes across the broad scope of the Global Change Grand Challenge programme. This will provide the opportunity to foster greater trans-disciplinary and inter-institutional integration and collaboration.

The conference also aims to provide an opportunity for post-graduate research students and emerging researchers to locate their work in a broader context; while providing a platform for awareness of the multiple opportunities that exist for career development. In addition, planning for a future global change research strategy that is under consideration will be discussed with the research community present at the meeting. Furthermore, several new national, regional and international initiatives focused in southern Africa have been or are being established in the area of global change research and it will be useful opportunity to consider how these could be better integrated with existing and planned national research efforts.

Quelle: ICE Solution Redaktion: von Alexander Bullinger Länder / Organisationen: Südafrika Global Themen: Umwelt u. Nachhaltigkeit

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