Virtual Poster Session!
I’m at the a big conference on climate adaptation. The full title is a bit much, but for the sake of formality, here you go:
2010 International Climate Adaptation Conference
Climate Adaptation Futures
Preparing for the unavoidable impacts of climate change
I’ll be chiming in here with thoughts about the goings on. Also, I prepared a poster for this conference and have just learned that my allotted poster time is day 3, from 7:30-8:30am! Not exactly a high traffic moment! If you’re not at the conference, or you just don’t relish the idea of pre-dawn poster perusal, just click to…
Adaptation research in Australia represents an important opportunity for innovation and learning when it comes to the management of research for beneficial social outcomes. An important step in this process is simply to map the landscape of adaptation research policy, and understand the goals, values, and approaches that fall into this broad interdisciplinary category.
I interviewed scientists and decision makers involved with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) Climate Adaptation Flagship, and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), which is funded by Australia’s Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE).
These quotations illustrate the broad range of responses I encountered.
Conclusions: Adaptation Research…