“In the years to come,
“In the years to come, migration dynamics will change as a consequence of climate change. Natural disasters such as cyclones, floods, droughts and the rising sea level already threaten food (stability) security in some regions of the world and are a major influence in spreading vector-borne diseases.
This conference unites scientists and experts to better understand the health issues of climate migration, through a transdisciplinary approach. The series of presentations and panel discussions will cover different aspects on the topic and help define research priorities in Global Health for the future.”
The conference language is English.
Entrance: Wilhelmstr. 69
Susanne Stöckemann (email@example.com)
Sophie Puig-Malet (firstname.lastname@example.org)
As the world has entered
As the world has entered a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene, where humans have become the main forces of transformation of the planet, this Summer School intends to break away from disciplinary divides and bring a fresh look on the key issues brought upon by this ‘age of humans’. Combining natural sciences and social sciences, it seeks to provide students with a framework to think the Earth and the World together.
The Summer School is designed for graduate students and PhD candidates from all disciplines. It is the first of a series of three, supported by the EDGE project: Environmental Diplomacy and Geopolitics.
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4 (Sunday) - 9 (Friday)