Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change
Met Office, Exeter, UK, 1-3 Feb 2005
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Day 2: 2 February 2005
0830-0900 Coffee
Session 1: continued
d. Socio-economic effects: key vulnerabilities for water resources, agriculture, food and settlements (Chair: Martin Parry)
0900-0920 Socio-economic effects (Amand Patwardhan)
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0920-0940 Climate change and water resources: a global perspective (Nigell Arnell)
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0940-0955 Relationship between increases in global mean temperature and impacts on ecosystems, food production, water and socio-economic systems (Bill Hare)
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0955-1010 Assessing the vulnerability of food systems to climate change thresholds using an integrated crop-climate modeL (Andrew Challinor)
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1010-1030 Climate Stabilisation and Impacts of Sea level rise (Robert Nicholls)
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1030-1045 The Global Burden of Disease due to climate change: quantifying the benefits of stabilization for human health (Sari Kovats)
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1045-1100 Discussion and conclusions
1100-1120 Coffee break
e. Regional perspectives: Polar regions, Mid-latitudes, tropics and Sub-tropics (Chair: Zhou Dadi)
1120-1140 Arctic impacts assessment (Robert Correll)
1140-1155 Evidence and Implications of Dangerous Climate Change in the Arctic ) (Tonje Folkestad)
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1155-1210 Approaches to Defining Dangerous Climate Change: A Southern Hemisphere Perspective (Will Steffen)
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1210-1230 Key vulnerabilities and Critical Levels of Impacts in East and South East Asia (Hideo Harasawa)
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1230-1250 Impacts of Climate change in the Tropics: The African Experience (Tony Nyong)
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1250-1330 Lunch
1330-1345 The Economic, Developmental and Livelihood Implications of Climate Induced Depletion of Ecosystems and Biodiversity in Africa (Coleen Vogel)
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1345-1400 Regional Assessment of Climate Impacts on California under Alternative Emissions Pathways - Key Findings and Implications for Stabilisation (Katherine Hayhoe)
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1400-1500 Discussion and conclusions
1500-1520 Coffee break
Session 2: What would such levels of climate change imply in terms of greenhouse gas stabilisation concentrations and emission pathways required to achieve such levels?
Emission pathways and climate sensitivity (Chair: Bert Metz)
1520-1535 Probabilistic Assessment of 'Dangerous' Climate Change and Emissions Scenarios (Michael Mastrandrea)
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1535-1555 On the Risk to Overshoot 2 °C (Malte Meinshausen)
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1555-1610 Observational constraints on climate sensitivity (PDF 143 KB) (Myles Allen)
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1610-1625 Of Dangerous Climate Change and Dangerous Emission Reduction (Richard S J Tol)
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1625-1640 Emission implications of long-term climate targets (Michel den Elzen)
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1640-1700 Water break
1700-1715 Why Delaying Climate Action Is a Gamble (Steffen Kallbekken)
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1715-1730 Risks Associated with Stabilisation Scenarios and Uncertainty in Regional and Global Climate Change Impacts (Dave Stainforth)
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1730-1745 Impact of Climate-Carbon Cycle Feedbacks on Emission Scenarios to Achieve Stabilisation (Chris Jones)
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1745-1830 Discussion and conclusions
2000 Conference Dinner (pre dinner drinks 1930)
  Guest speaker Sir David King

Day 3: 3 Feb 2005


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