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Date 5 Mar 2019 No stream available
Address Kazan (Russian Federation)
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This event is organized by Kazan Federal University during the Fourth Lead Author Meeting for the Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC). The event will take place from 18.30h to 20.30h on 5 March 2019 in room 104, Nikolay Lobachevsky Scientific Library,Kazan Federal University. The event will be held mostly in English. Consecutive interpretation in Russian will be provided after each talk summarizing the presentations as well as during the Q&A session when necessary.
Это мероприятие организовано Казанским федеральным университетом во время Четвертого совещания ведущих авторов специального доклада об океане и криосфере в условиях изменяющегося климата. Мероприятие состоится с 18:30 до 20:30 5 марта 2019 года в аудитории 104, Научной библиотеки им. Николая Лобачевского, Казанского федерального университета. Мероприятие будет проходить на английском языке. После каждого выступления, а также во время сессии вопросов и ответов по мере необходимости будет обеспечен последовательный перевод на Русский язык.

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Provisional Programme68.2 KB
Предварительная программа141.0 KB

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МГЭИК и как это работаетСергейСеменов, вице-председательрабочейгруппыII
Основные положения Специального доклада по глобальному потеплению на 1.5 °CВалери Массон Дельмотт, сопредседательрабочейгруппыI
От пятого до шестого оценочного цикла с упоромна Специальный доклад по океану и криосфере в изменяющемся климате(CРОКК)Ханс-Отто Портнер, сопредседательрабочейгруппыII
Как приять участие в работе МГЭИКТельма Круг, вице-председатель МГЭИК

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Ko BarrettBarrett, Ko

Ko Barrett is the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Research at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) where she supervises daily operations and administration of NOAA’s research enterprise. In 2015, Ko Barrett was one of the first women elected to serve as a vice chair of the IPCC. For over 15 years, she has represented the United States on delegations charged with negotiating and adopting scientific assessments undertaken by the IPCC. She has also served for over a decade as a lead negotiator for the United States on the United Nations treaty on climate change. Ko Barrett is widely recognized as an expert on climate policy, particularly on issues related to climate impacts and strategies to help society adapt to a changing world.

Thelma KRUGKRUG, Thelma

Thelma Krug is the Director of the Department on Policies to Combat Deforestation of the Ministry of the Environment of Brazil. Thelma is a Senior researcher at the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication since 1982. She holds a PhD on spatial statistics from the University of Sheffield, UK. She was the coordinator of Earth Observation at INPE, responsible for the official estimates of deforestation in Amazonia using remotely sensed data. For many years she has participated in the negotiating process under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on issues related mainly to forestry and reporting guidelines. She has several publications related to climate and forests, and has participated in the development of innovative methodologies for reforestation under the Clean Development Mechanism. From 2002 to 2015 she co-chaired the Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories of the IPCC and since October 2015 she is one of its Vice-Chairs.

 Valérie Masson-DelmotteMasson-Delmotte, Valérie

Valérie Masson-Delmotte is a senior scientist from Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement, Institut Pierre Simon Laplace, with an initial background in fluid physics. Her research interests are focused on quantifying and understanding changes in climate and water cycle, using analyses from ice cores in Greenland, Antarctica and Tibet, analyses from tree-rings as well as present-day monitoring, and climate modelling for the past and the future. She has worked across different timescales on issues such as natural climate variability and mechanisms of climate response to natural and anthropogenic forcing, polar amplification, climate feedbacks, abrupt climate change, ice sheet vulnerability. She is active in outreach for children and for the general public and has contributed to several books on climate change issues (latest: Groenland, climat, écologie et société, CNRS éditions, 2016). She was a contributor to the SCAR Report on Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment, a Lead Author in the Working Group I contribution to the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report and a Coordinating Lead Author in the Working Group I contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report. In October 2015 she was elected Co-Chair of Working Group I of the IPCC for the Sixth Assessment cycle She has received several prizes (European Union Descartes Prize for the EPICA project, 2008; Women scientist Irène Joliot Curie Prize, 2013; Tinker-Muse Prize for science and policy in Antarctica, 2015; Thomson Highly Cited Researcher since 2014; Prix Jean Perrin for scientific outreach from Société Française de Physique, 2016).

Hans-Otto PörtnerPörtner, Hans-Otto

Hans-O. Pörtner is the Co-Chair of the IPCC Working Group II. He studied at Münster and Düsseldorf Universities where he received his PhD and habilitated in Animal Physiology. As a Research and then Heisenberg Fellow of the German Research Council he worked at Dalhousie and Acadia Universities, Nova Scotia, Canada and at the Lovelace Medical Foundation, Albuquerque, NM. Currently he is Professor and Head of the Department of Integrative Ecophysiology at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany. Until the end of 2014 he served as a Coordinating Lead Author of IPCC WGII AR5, chapter 6, Ocean Systems and as a member of the author teams for the WGII Summary for Policymakers and Technical Summary, as well as a member of the Core Writing Team for the IPCC AR5 Synthesis Report. In October 2015 he was elected Co-Chair of Working Group II of the IPCC.

Sergey Semenov Semenov , Sergey

В 1965 г. поступил на механико-математический факультет Московского государственного университета им. М.В. Ломоносова. В 1970 г. закончил его, а в 1973 г. - аспирантуру при этом факультете. С 1974 г. по настоящее время работал в Москве в области наук о Земле. С 1974 г. – кандидат физико-математических наук, 1985 г. - доктор физико-математических наук. В 1997 г. присвоено ученое звание профессора. В 2008 г. Президентом России присвоено почетное звание «Заслуженный деятель науки Российской Федерации». В настоящее время - научный руководитель Института глобального климата и экологии имени академика Ю.А. Израэля. С 1988 г. - ведущий автор, а с 2003 г. - координирующий ведущий автор Межправительственной группы экспертов по изменению климата (МГЭИК), удостоенной в 2007 г. Нобелевской премии мира. С 2008 г. – член Бюро МГЭИК, вице-председатель Рабочей группы II МГЭИК. С 2014 г., по распоряжению Правительства России, - представитель Российской Федерации в МГЭИК. Область научных исследований: климатология, физика атмосферы, экология. Опубликовано более 200 научных работ, в том числе 5 монографий. Член редколлегий научного журнала "Проблемы экологического мониторинга и моделирования экосистем" и научного журнала "Метеорология и гидрология", главный редактор научного журнала "Фундаментальная и прикладная климатология". Член Московского математического общества и Российского национального комитета по теоретической и прикладной механике. В 2000 г. За монографию "Тропосферный озон и рост растений в Европе" удостоен премии имени академика Федорова Е.К., а в 2014 г. за подготовку монографии "Методы оценки последствий изменения климата для физических и биологических систем" - премии им. А.И. Воейкова (Росгидромет).

Youba SokonaSokona, Youba

Youba Sokona was elected Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in October 2015. Prior to this, Youba Sokona was Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group III on the mitigation of climate change for the Fifth Assessment Report after serving as a Lead Author since 1990. Youba Sokona is currently the Special Advisor for Sustainable Development at the South Centre. With over 35 years of experience addressing energy, environment and sustainable development in Africa, Youba Sokona is a well-known, leading global figure. In addition to these achievements, Youba Sokona has a proven track record of organisational leadership and management, for example as Coordinator of the African Climate Policy Centre (ACPC) and as Executive Secretary of the Sahara and the Sahel Observatory (OSS). Youba Sokona’s advice is highly sought after, and as such, he is affiliated with numerous boards and organisations, including as a Member of the Board for the Institute of Development Studies, Honorary Professor at the University College London (UCL), and as a Special Advisor to the African Energy Leaders Group. In short, Youba Sokona is a global figure, with deep technical knowledge, extensive policy experience and an unreserved personal commitment to African led development.