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This is the draft programme overview for the next CORDEX conference. Please find more information on the conference here.
Do you want to discuss with stakeholders, provide a hands-on training on downscaling tools, start developing a plan for a possible future Flagship Pilot Study proposal or perhaps have a panel or round-table discussion/workshop on the most pressing climate change issues in your region? At the next hybrid CORDEX conference you have an opportunity to do so by proposing a D-session.
We are in the process of setting the program for the next hybrid CORDEX conference which will be held 25-29 September 2023 at ICTP, Trieste, Italy, and IITM in Pune, India as well as online.
In this process we would like to invite you to suggest topics for D-sessions. The D-sessions are more work-shop oriented than the other sessions. To get an idea about the kinds of sessions you can take a look at the D-sessions of the last two CORDEX conferences here;
As the conference this time has a large focus on the provision of CORDEX climate information for regions and its use in society we hope to see proposals related to connecting climate science with solutions and users, for instance on what information is needed for various purposes and how to further facilitate the use of climate information. We will most probably limit the number of sessions to around 6-8. The suggestions will be evaluated by the CORDEX Science Advisory Team and the conference committees.
Please send your suggestions for D-sessions at the latest by 25 November 2022 to email@example.com.
The Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling /Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment – Southeast Asia (SEACLID/CORDEX-SEA) has, since its establishment, provided robust climate change information for the region and contributed significantly to the assessment of climate change in the region as detailed in the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report.
This workshop builds on previous activities, with particular focus on high resolution simulations over key vulnerable areas in
Southeast Asia. It also serves to discuss the use of climate information for vulnerability, impact and adaptation communities. Regional climate downscaling modelling methods and urban issues will be discussed to foster new research and collaborations for the region. This two-day workshop will be in hybrid mode with the aim to bring scientists, users, stakeholders, policy-makers together to emphasize the importance of regional climate downscaling and information in addressing issues related to climate change and sustainability in the region.
Read more on the workshop here: RU-CORE,RUCORE,Ramkhamhaeng University ,Center Of Regional Climate Change and Renewable Energy.,RU-CORE