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CLAMER conference

This one day conference will highlight and review key European findings on climate change impacts on the marine environment, their socio-economic implications and the way the European citizens perceive the issue, focusing on regional differences. The programme is designed to bring together these complimentary strands of the CLAMER project, to discuss some of the future priorities for climate change research in European seas and, more specifically, to discuss how the outputs of this research can be better translated and communicated to those who can benefit from it, including policy makers and the public. A number of high profile speakers are invited from the scientific and media worlds.

When? 15 September 2011

Where? Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts in Brussels –Belgium

Registration to the CLAMER conference will be possible later

 

 

CLAMER documentary première

The documentary will premiere during the pre-event of the CLAMER conference.  The storyline is inspired by the public awareness of European citizens and its relationship with scientific communication about the impacts of climate change on European marine waters and the socio-economic consequences. Issues such as sea level rise, changes in ocean biodiversity, modifications of ocean currents and ocean acidification are approached.

When? 14 September 2011 – evening

Where? Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts in Brussels –Belgium

Registration to the CLAMER documentary première will be possible later