ECRA_GA21 -

the 4th ECRA General Assembly,

on 10-11 March 2021 in Brussels, BE

For the fourth time, the European Climate Research Alliance will host an ECRA General Assembly in Brussels. The event will open to all. More information will follow on this site.

 

ECRA – the European Climate Research Alliance – invites you
to the 4th ECRA General Assembly

Conference theme:
Extreme events under climate change
– understanding, communicating, and managing the risks

10-11 March 2021
Square Brussels, Belgium OR online (tbd)

The European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) is an association of leading European research institutions. ECRA’s objective is to bring together, expand and optimise expertise in climate research through a bottom-up approach. The initiative is a platform for joint research planning by sharing existing national research capacities and infrastructures. ECRA acts as a unified voice for climate research in Europe.

ECRA celebrates its 10 year anniversary and we invite you to our fourth General Assembly on two days, 10 and 11 March 2021 in Brussels. The theme will be extreme events, Climate Change, and how the risks coming with them can be understood by science, communicated between scientists and decision-makers; in order to manage the risk.
For the first day (afternoon and evening), we will have high-level keynotes and panel discussion.
The second day will include three parts:
   Climate Processes and Research Needs - or: “What do we know?”
   Risk management - or: “What do we need?”
   Communicating uncertainties - or: “How can we put things together?”
The agenda is still subject to change.
While the final agenda will be prepared, we are happy for your interest or your questions (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

 

 

Information on the General Assembly of 2019:

Climate Change and Actionable Information

Event website

Download the Invitation and Agenda as pdf

Download the Meeting Documentation: ECRA Newsletter April 2019

 

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