• 03
    May
    2018
Dialogue
Tenth meeting of the Research Dialogue (RD 10) and preceding poster session

Time:

13:45 - 19:00

Room:

13:45-15:45 Poster Session in WCCB Foyer, 16:00-19:00 Dialogue Room Santiago de Chile

Venue:

World Conference Centre Bonn

City:

Bonn

Country:

Germany

RD10 was held in conjunction with SBSTA 48, 30 Apr -10 May 2018, under Agenda item 6. research and systematic observation 

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13:45-15:45

Poster Session, WCCB Foyer

 

Posters (click link for full list of posters on all four research dialogue themes)

Experts will be available during the poster session to answer questions

16:00-19:00

Dialogue, Room Santiago de Chile

Chaired by Paul Watkinson, SBSTA Chair

16:00

Opening
SBSTA Chair

16:10

World Climate Research Programme: Science for Understanding, Science for Impact
Amanda Lynch, World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) and
Chris Lennard, WCRP/CORDEX-Africa

 

16:30

Outcomes of the Cities and Climate Change Science Conference (citiesIPCC)
Shobhakar Dhakal, Co-Chair, Scientific Steering Committee of citiesIPCC Conference

Renewable energy, economics & co-benefits
Shobhakar Dhakal, Asian Institute of Technology

 

16:50

Panel discussion: Science for understanding - update on research and modelling on human settlements, oceans and land and their importance for the implementation of the Paris Agreement

Understanding the contemporary global carbon balance and its implications for monitoring emissions
Corinne Le Quere, Global Carbon Project

Implementing the Paris Agreement: the role of human settlements
Nicola Tollin, University of Southern Denmark

The IOC ocean science contribution to the climate change science agenda
Salvatore Arico, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO (IOC-UNESCO)

Importance of terrestrial ecosystems for the implementation of the Paris Agreement
Sakhile Koketso, Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Messages of Changing Arctic
Tero Mustonen, Snowchange Cooperative

Impacts of climate change on extreme weather, food and water resources at 1.5C and 2C
Richard Betts, UK Hadley Centre

 

17:50

Panel discussion: Science for action - strengthening the link between the research community and action to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement

Climate Change Science Communication Practices in Japan: what we have found through dialogue / (.ppt)
Seita Emori, Japan

The Caribbean Regional Climate Science Initiative: Value Added and Lessons Learnt
Kimberly Ann Stephenson, University of the West Indies

Co-production of actionable climate information for policy development in Africa
Chris Lennard, CORDEX-Africa

Closing the Gap: Capacity Development and Communicating Science
Andrew Matthews, Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN)

Science-policy action in South America: the hotspot of the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean
Omar Defeo, Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and Universidad de la Republica de Uruguay & Direccion Nacional de Recursos Acuaticos

 

18:55

Close
SBSTA Chair

 

 

*All posters: A0 portrait
Experts should bring the printed copy of the poster to the WCCB (no printing is available on site) and put it on the poster board in the morning of the 3rd May.
The poster boards will be in the foyer of WCCB.
The posters will be on display from 3 -10 May.

Language:

English
Mandated event