Events

Event Information:

  • Tue
    05
    Apr
    2016
    Thu
    07
    Apr
    2016
    Cologne, Germany

    This DLR Conference aims to facilitate the discussion on the use of space-based infrastructures such as the ISS and space-based applications to support the requirements of climate protection and to identify tools and methods for a continuous monitoring process to ensure adherence to climate change agreements. The DLR Conference will bring together experts from space agencies and from UN organizations such as UNOOSA, UN-SPIDER, UNFCCC, and WMO; as well as scientists involved in climate change research from national, regional and international organizations such as the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS). These experts and scientists will use the Conference to address the considerable challenges in atmospheric climate research and to identify ways in which space-based platforms such as the ISS can contribute to the provision of long-term data to be used in atmospheric models that can be used to model changes in the climate worldwide. Information regarding the scientific and social programs of the DLR Conference, registration deadlines and procedures, its venue and other relevant facts, please visit the following website: http://www.ccc2016.net/registration