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IARU International Scientific Congress

Denmark
Copenhagen
Event start: 20090311
End date: 20090311

Event description

The Earth System Governance Project convened a session at the IARU International Scientific Congress “Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions”, 10-12 March 2009, Copenhagen. Amongst others, Frank Biermann, chair of the Earth System Governance Project, held a presentation on “Earth System Governance. Outline of a Research Programme”, and Heike Schroeder, member of the Scientific Steering Committee, presented “The Importance of Being Partners: Exploring Horizontal and Vertical Interplay in Urban Climate Governance”.

 

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