CliSAP successfully finished in 2018. Climate research continues in the Cluster of Excellence "CLICCS".

Lecture by Stephen H. Schneider Climate debate: How can we repair the current dysfunction in the climate change policy debate?</br>

31.03.2010

<b>+++ This lecture has been cancelled due to illness +++ </b> The discussion about the IPCC goes on: Under this title Prof. Dr. Stephen H. Schneider of Stanford University will be giving a lecture at the KlimaCampus on 19 April.

The lecture will be in English and will begin at 16 h in Auditorium 2 of the Geomatikum of the University of Hamburg, Bundesstraße 55.

About the speaker: Stephen H. Schneider has worked at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since 1988 and has advised six US Governments. Together with the other authors of the IPCC, he received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, as Coordinating Lead Author ("Assessing Key Vulnerabilities and the Risk from Climate Change", WG II, Chapter 19) and contributor to the Fourth Assessment Synthesis Report.

Schneider is founder and editor of the scientific journal "Climatic Change" and advises policy makers and non-profit organizations on aspects of climate policy. His specific topics are strategies for risk management and uncertainties about climate prognoses and climate impacts. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Earth Systems, Civil Engineering, Biological Sciences, the Senior Honors Seminar in Environmental Science, Technology and Policy, and the Emmett Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources.