Over 1000 delegates from 280+ organisations will attend the world’s premier climate adaptation conference in Cape Town next month…
In just over three weeks, more than 1000 climate adaptation researchers, practitioners, business leaders, policymakers and social and environmental activists from around the world will arrive in Cape Town for *Adaptation Futures 2018*
Hosted by the ACDI, this conference aims to facilitate *dialogues for solutions* between key actors from diverse perspectives and regions.
This is the first time the conference is being held on the African continent and we aim to use this setting to foreground developing country adaptation issues and increase developing world and African participation.
*Plenary sessions at Adaptation Futures 2018
*Adaptation Futures 2018
LEARNING JOURNEYS – 18 June
*Choose from 7 different Learning Journeys that will give you a snapshot of adaptation projects in South Africa, linked to broader projects and international issues in the company of experienced local and international academics and practitioners. register here >>>
*Adaptation Futures 2018 will host 190 parallel sessions over 4 days and 280 poster presentations. Click here
*Standard Registration closes on 31 May. REGISTER TODAY
Cities and Climate Change
*Nate Millington will present a talk entitled “Making sense of our water crisis: what can we learn from São Paulo?” as part of the ACC’s on-going series on Cities and Climate Change* *more info >>>
*STUDENT SYMPOSIUM SEEC – STATISTICS IN ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT & CONSERVATION
*AF18 ASSOCIATED EVENTS* Externally organised events happening in conjunction with Adaptation Futures 2018.
*CSAG Winter School 2018*
*The first round of applications are in and being assessed. Get your application in before 1st June 2018. *
*Joke Waller-Hunter (JWH) Initiative Grant Programme*
*Inviting applications from young people in the environmental sector in developing countries Deadline: 1 September 2018 *
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