Tenth meeting of the research dialogue (RD 10) - Posters

Full list of posters for the tenth meeting of the research dialogue  (RD 10)

 

Theme 1. Science for understanding - update on research and modelling on human settlements, oceans and land and their importance for the implementation of the Paris Agreement

Global

The Global Carbon Budget 2017
Corinne Le Quere, Global Carbon Project

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

Human Settlements

Urban Climate Information for Decision Making in Cities: Local to Global Decisions and Policies
Helen Cleugh and Boram Lee, WCRP

Knowledge gaps for urban climate action
Nicola Tollin, University of Southern Denmark

Oceans

Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC);
Ocean Acidification: The Other Carbon Dioxide Problem;
Global Synthesis of the Response of Marine Taxa to Ocean Acidification
Hans Portner, IPCC Co-Chair WGII and Katja Mintenbeck, IPCC WGII Technical Support Unit (TSU)

The IOC ocean science contribution to the climate change science agenda
Salvatore Arico, IOC-UNESCO

Terrestrial

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

Saami Climate Knowledge from Utsjoki
Tero Mustonen, Snowchange Cooperative

Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN): A Framework for Maintaining Ecosystems and Human Well-being under a Changing Climate
Sasha Alexander & Barron Joseph Orr, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

Five reasons stopping mangrove deforestation makes a whole lot of sense for climate change mitigation in IndonesiaFor Peat's sake: The Facts
Carbon burial and land building in low-lying tropical coastal wetlands;
Christopher Martius, Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

Human exposure in the coastal zone
Joachim Post, German Aerospace Center

Theme 2. Science for action - strengthening the link between the research community and action to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement

Global level

The Future of Climate Research
Boram Lee, WCRP Joint Scientific Committee

Best Practices for Science Communication: An Early Career Research Perspective
Fiona Tummon, YESS Community, Young Hydrologic Societ and Association of Polar Early Career Scientists

Cataloguing high impact events;
Key findings in the WMO Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2017
Omar Baddour, World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

How can you contribute to advancing work on loss and damage?
The Executive Committee of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage

Transforming Knowledge for Climate Action
Kaela Slavik, Future Earth

The IPCC’s work on communications
Marion Ferrat, IPCC Working Group III Technical Support Unit

Mitigation scenarios relevant for policymaking: IPCC Working Group III approach in the Sixth Assessment Cycle
Marion Ferrat & Jim Skea, IPCC Working Group III Technical Support Unit

Office for Climate Education - An internationl initiative on Climate Change Education
Pierre Léna; David Wilgenbus; Lydie Lescarmontier, Office for Climate Education

The importance of 2030 action for reaching the Paris climate goals;
Elmar Kriegler, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Changes in the occurrence of extreme events at different levels of global warming
Katja Frieler, The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP)

International model cooperation: Insights on moving from current policies and NDCs to 2°C and 1.5°C
Detlef van Vuuren, Heleen van Soest, PBL Netherlands

The sea level legacy of delayed mitigation action
Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Climate Analytics

Key Climate Change Indicators from the Ocean; 2017 Update
Ms Anny Cazennave, WMO

Essential Climate Variables for addressing the Paris Agreement
Cat Downy, European Space Agency / Committee on Earth Observation Satellites

GEO Work Programme and the Paris Agreement
André Obregon, Steven Ramage, Group on Earth Observation (GEO)

Sustained Observations to support the Paris Agreement
Carolin Richter, Global Climate Observing System (GCOS)

Regional and national level

Lima Adaptation Knowledge Initiative: Closing climate change adaptation knowledge gaps
Barney Dickson, UN Environment

Climate scenario data for NAPs
Claas Teichmann, Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS)

The WCRP Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiments (CORDEX)
Chris Lennard, WCRP

The CORDEX-Africa Impacts Atlas
Chris Lennard, CORDEX-Africa, WCRP

Communicating Climate Change Information through Climate Risk Narratives
Chris Lennard and C. Jack, University of Cape Town (FRACTAL)

The Caribbean Regional Climate Science Initiative
Kimberly Stephenson, University of the West Indies

Recent progress of Japan’s regional downscaling project (SI-CAT) and CORDEX Asia Empirical-Statistical Downscaling (ESD)
Koji Dairaku, Japan

Making regional climate scenarios to assess the impact of climate change in Southeast Asian countries - Climate change projection using Non-Hydrostatic Regional Climate Model (NHRCM)
Toshinori Aoyagi, Japan

Local knowledge networks and climate change adaptation in coastal communities
Jeremy Pittman, IAI & University of Waterloo, Canada

Assessing climate-related risks for adaptation planning in West Africa: A science-based service implemented at the West African Science Service Center for Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL)
Yvonne Walz, United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)