International Development Research Centre
All are welcome to join the next Weather and Society study group meeting on Monday, November 17th from 11:30-12:30 in EV1-221.
Refreshments will be served.
The agenda for this meeting includes an overview of the recent World Weather Open Science Conference in Montreal this last August, as well as a discussion about data collection, mining, and management for weather-related research in the social and interdisciplinary sciences.
What is the Weather and Society study group?
Dr. Mohamed Abdrabo, Alexandria University (Egypt)
Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a contributor to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) research process? How to get involved? What skills are needed? What are the greatest challenges for a researcher? Join us for a panel discussion to explore these questions and ask your own!
Climate Students First Meeting
It’s time to tackle climate change - together. Climate Students is a student-led group interested in facilitating research, education, and action on climate change at UW, in the community, and on the global stage.
The Cryospheric Science Group of the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) is pleased to announce the monthly Cryosphere Research Group Seminar Series for October 2014 (Thu Oct 9, EV2-2022, 1:00) given by Wen Tang (Jessie), “The potential of using C-band quad polarimetric and compact polarimetric parameters to monitor soil conditions in Southwest Ontario.”
Any member of the Faculty of Environment or IC3 is welcome to attend!
How (well) are we adapting to the water-related impacts of climate change?
An interdisciplinary, international, workshop
A two-day workshop event hosted by the Balsillie School of International Affairs aimed at providing an ideal forum for discussing the challenging methodological and governance questions of how we are adapting and how good current policies and practices are at tackling the water-related impacts of climate change.