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UKCIP & Griffith University
Climate Change Adaptation Showcase

Mon 20th November 2017, Said Business School, Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP

Our showcase will be filled with the latest research and best practice in adaptation from here in the UK and from our friends in Australia.

Hosted in Oxford by the UK Climate Impacts Programme and Griffith University, Australia, this is a chance to celebrate UKCIP’s 20th anniversary whilst networking with your adaptation peers. We will also be showing the premiere of a new film from Griffith University, Dealing with disasters: the silent achievers safeguarding health and security in a changing climate.

An event not to be missed … register today, places are limited.

Programme

  • Welcome from Roger Street, UKCIP
  • Overview of the adaptation journey from David Warrilow, OBE

What are we missing?

  • Policy context
  • What is available for decision–makers?
  • Accessible science/communication

Panel discussion: reflection and moving forward

Adaptation research and actions

  • Climate change and global health security: A brief overview of case studies from the Global consortium for Risk Communication, Emergency management and Adaptation to Health in the Asia–Pacific (China, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Vietnam), Prof Cordia Chu, Griffith University

  • Prof Hamish McCallum, Griffith University

  • Securing plant–derived food from the impacts of changing climates on disease management, Associate Prof Rebecca Ford, Griffith UniversityUsing research in industry, Dr Anastasia Mylona, CIBSE

Official 20th anniversary celebratory toast

  • Prof Jim Hall, Environmental Change Institute

Film screening

  • Dealing with disasters: the silent achievers safeguarding health and security in a changing climate

Read more via UKCIP…

Cost:
Free

Time:
1:30pm – 7:00pm