• Tagung
  • ProClim

17th Swiss Global Change Day

12 April 2016 in Bern

2016
Apr 12
Veranstaltungsort
Freies Gymnasium
Beaulieustrasse 55
3012 Bern
Teaser: 17th Swiss Global Change Day

The Swiss Global Change Day is the event where the Science Community of all disciplines meets and interacts. The aim is to present recent highlights in global environmental change research as well as to point out challenges for future research.

The poster session reflects the current research activities. There is ample of time to study these posters and to discuss. Travel awards honour the most attractive and comprehensive posters.

Posters can be submitted in the following categories:

  • Geosphere/Biosphere
  • Atmosphere/Hydrosphere
  • Human Dimensions
  • Biodiversity
  • Sustainability/North-South Partnership
Deadline to enter the poster contest: 31 March 2016.
Criteria for the poster evaluation
Format of the Poster A0 (either landscape or portrait format). To enter the contest, you must send us a PDF of the poster by 31 March 2016 (max 10 MB) for the jury evaluation.

Location:
Freies Gymnasium
Beaulieustrasse 55
3012 Bern
Map of the location

Contact
ProClim- Forum for Climate and Global Change
Swiss Academies of Science
House of Academies
Laupenstrasse 7 | Postfach
3001 Bern
info-proclim@scnat.ch
+41 (0) 31 306 93 50

  • Verknüpfungen

17th Swiss Global Change Day - Meeting Report and Conference Documents
  • 2016
  • Tagungsbericht

17th Swiss Global Change Day - Meeting Report and Conference Documents

On 12 April 2016 the Swiss global change community met for the 17th time on the annual Swiss Global Change Day. About 270 participants attended the event, which offered scientific highlights presented by distiguished researchers as well as a broad overview over current global change research in Switzerland depicted on 77 posters. Furthermore, the conference served Swiss researchers and people from governmental institutions and the private sector to get and stay in contact. There was enough time for discussion and networking in a transdisciplinary manner.

Tags

Hauptorganisator

ProClim

Weitere Angaben

Sprachen: Englisch