Tools and Techniques in Climate Change Studies: NTNU, Trondheim 15-19 June 2015. Instructors: Professor Stephen R.J. Sheppard, University of British Columbia and Professor Jan Ketil Rød, NTNU. Course details.
Overview: The negative consequences of climate change are by many conceived as something abstract that have consequences for someone else being far away. With GIS (Geographical Information Systems) and other visual methodologies, climate change effects become real and easier to relate to one owns life. The course provides an introduction to GIS and other visual tools and techniques relevant for climate change adaptation and mitigation.
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Geographical Reflections on Hazards, Vulnerability, and Environmental Justice: Lecture by Prof. Susan L. Cutter, March 19 2015, Dragvoll AUD15. Invitation
Community resilience and natural hazards: One day seminar at Britannia Hotel, August 21 2014. CLIMRES program
CFP: Perceptions of climate change, resilience and natural hazards
Session at the Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference 2015, Trondheim June 9-11.