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5th International Conference on Countermeasures to Urban Heat Islands

Submission deadline: 31 October 2018

IC2UHI 2019 organizing team would like to inform you that the deadline for the abstract submission has been extended to 31 October, 2018.

Submit abstract here (http://openconf.heatislandcountermeasures.org/openconf.php)

The Fifth International Conference on Countermeasures to Urban Heat Islands (IC2UHI), will be devoted to the science, engineering and public policies to help relieve the excess heat and air pollution in urban environments. It has long been recognized that the excessive heat and smog in many cities, the "Urban Heat Island" (UHI), is partly due to the choices of building materials, vegetation and urban design. Scientists, engineers, builders, architects, and government officials concerned with improving the urban environment are urged to participate in the 5th IC2UHI.

Important Dates for the Conference:

New Abstract Deadline     31 October 2018
Abstract  Acceptance       30 November 2018
Draft Full Paper              30 April 2019
Return Review               15 July 2019
Revised Full Paper          1 September 2019

Location: India
 

Series of Lectures by Roger Zetter

Posted: 29 October 2018

The Hugo Observatory at the University of Liège (Belgium) will host Professor Roger Zetter (University of Oxford, UK) in Liège for a series of four lectures on environmental migration during the 2018 Fall Semester.

This appointment takes place within the framework of the Environmental Diplomacy and Geopolitics (EDGE) project, a EU-funded project implemented under the Horizon 2020 programme by the University of Liège, the University of Economics in Bratislava (EUBA) and Sciences Po Paris. Part of this project’s planned activities include the hosting of a rotating Chair in Environmental Diplomacy by each partner institution. Professor Clive Hamilton (Charles Sturt University, Australia) has served as the first EDGE Chair, followed by Dr. Alex de Sherbinin (Columbia University, USA). Professor Zetter will then take over as the last rotating Chair under the EDGE project.

The lectures will take place as follows:

“Refugee Labelling – Why They Are Not Climate Refugees”
Thursday November 8th, 2018, 17:00-19:00
Salle Wittert, A1 building, University of Liège, Place du 20 août

“Climate Change and Population Displacement – A Macro and Micro Analysis of Mediating Political Power”
Friday November 9th, 2018, 14:00-16:00
Auditoire Sporck, B11 building, University of Liège (Sart Tilman Campus)

“From Macro-Economy to Political Economy: Situating the Refugee Development Discourse at the Large Scale”
Thursday November 22nd, 2018, 18:00-20:00
Le Salon des Lumières, La Cité Miroir, Liège

“Forced Displacement and Development: Evaluating Policy Coherence”
Friday Nov 23rd, 2018, 17:00-19:00
Campus d’Arlon

The deadline for registration was 26 October, but those interested can email for inquiries and registration: alihaydar.sari@ uliege.be

 

The Climate and Migration Coalition Newsletter and Website

26 October 2018

The Climate and Migration Coalition is led by Climate Outreach, a charitable company.  The coalition provides a newsletter with well balanced material on issues around climate change and migration. The organization’s goal is to ensure a people centered policy response at the national and international level by:

•    Building support for policies that allow people to strengthen their survival capacity through migration
•    Ensuring adequate assistance and protection for people displaced internally and across borders as a consequence of slow and sudden onset disasters

For more information see http://climatemigration.org.uk/

 

Call for papers: 8th Population Conference, ALAP

Conference date(s): 23 October 2018 - 26 October 2018

The Latin American Population Association invites proposals for oral presentations and posters for the 8th Population Conference. The theme of the conference is “Population and sustainable development: public policies and developments in socio demographic measurement”, and one of the topics in population and environment.

More information and guidelines for abstract submission (in Spanish, English and Portuguese) are available at http://www.alapop.org/alap/.

Deadlines for submissions: 5 March 2018.

Location: Mexico
 

International Conference Migration, Environment and Climate: What risk inequalities?

Conference date(s): 22 October 2018 - 23 October 2018

The Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES), with the support of the Agence française de développement (AFD), the French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) and the French Museum of Natural History (MNHN), is organizing an international conference on the links between human mobility, climate and environmental changes. The aim is to capture the complexity and multiplicity of interactions between migration and environment as brought to light by recent or ongoing research, taking explicit account of inequalities in the populations under study. The approach aims to be broad-based, and proposals are welcome not only from the field of demography but also from related disciplines (geography, anthropology, sociology, economics, epidemiology and political science).

For more information, see https://www.researchgate.net/project/Migration-environment-and-climate-What-risk-inequalities

Location: France
 

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