2010 Presentations

2010 Presentations

Day 1

1.1 Opening Plenary

Jean Palutikof (PDF) | Martin Parry (PDF)

1.2 Plenary: Frontiers in adaptation science

Mark Howden (PDF) | Steve Schneider (PDF)

1.3 Parallel Sessions
Parallel Session 1.3.1 – Scenarios of the future for adaptation
Parallel Session 1.3.2 – Adapting agriculture to climate change (session 1 of 2)
Parallel Session 1.3.3 – A Climate of Uncertainty: Indigenous Land Managers, vulnerabilities and adaptation to climate change
Parallel Session 1.3.4 – The economics and costs of adaptation
Parallel Session 1.3.5 – Coasts, deltas and small islands (session 1 of 2)
Parallel Session 1.3.6 – Adaptation and the community (session 1 of 2)
1.4 PANEL SESSIONS
Panel Session 1 – Financing Adaptation: International transfers and global geopolitics

Robin Davies (AusAid, Australia) (PDF) | Ian Noble (The World Bank, USA) (PDF) | Emma Tompkins (University of Leeds, UK) (PDF) | Saleemul Huq (IIED) (PDF)

Panel Session 2 – Is building resilience the answer?

Edward Allison (WorldFish Centre) (PDF) | Joshua Cinner (James Cook University, Australia) (PDF) | Chris Cocklin (James Cook University, Australia) (PDF) | Louisa Evans (WorldFish Centre) (PDF) | Nick Graham (James Cook University, Australia) (PDF)

Panel Session 3 – Measuring the effectiveness of adaptation
1.5 Welcome Reception

Day 2

2.2 Plenary session: The science/policy interface

Neil Adger (PDF) | Nobuo Mimura (PDF) | Diana Liverman (PDF) | Mark Stafford Smith (PDF)

2.3 PARALLEL SESSIONS
Parallel Session 2.3.1 – Climate Information for users
Parallel Session 2.3.2 – Adapting agriculture to climate change (session 2 of 2)
Parallel Session 2.3.3 – National and sub-national case studies of adaptation (session 1 of 2)
Parallel Session 2.3.4 – The interface of adaptation and mitigation
Parallel Session 2.3.5 – Coasts, deltas and small islands (session 2 of 2)
Parallel Session 2.3.6 – Human security, social and equity issues
2.4 PARALLEL SESSIONS
Parallel Session 2.4.1 – Risk communication and behavioural change
Parallel Session 2.4.2 – Water sector adaptation: innovations
Parallel Session 2.4.3 – National and sub-national case studies of adaptation (session 2 of 2)
Parallel Session 2.4.4 – Research meets business and industry
Parallel Session 2.4.5 – Impacts and adaptation in the tropics
Parallel Session 2.4.6 – Engineering and technology solutions for adaptation
2.5 PANEL SESSSIONS
Panel Session 4 – Providing the essential information, knowledge and skills for adaptation
Panel Session 5 – Vulnerability/risk assessment for extreme events
Panel Session 6 – Australian Case Studies: practical adaptation – making it happen on the ground

Day 3

3.2 Plenary: Four Case Studies in Adaptation

Antonio Magalhães (PDF) | David Dodman (PDF) | Isabelle Niang (PDF) | Jun Xia (PDF)

3.3 PARALLEL SESSIONS
Parallel Session 3.3.1 – Communication of information for adaptation
Parallel Session 3.3.2 – Ecosystems (session 1 of 2)
Parallel Session 3.3.3 – Constructing and enabling local knowledge
Parallel Session 3.3.4 – National and international adaptation activities
Parallel Session 3.3.5 – Climate extremes and disaster management (session 1 of 2)
Parallel Session 3.3.6 – Adaptation and the community (session 2 of 2)
3.4 PARALLEL SESSIONS
Parallel Session 3.5.1 – New concepts in adaptation
Parallel Session 3.5.2 – Ecosystems (session 2 of 2)
Parallel Session 3.5.3 – Adaptation and development
Parallel Session 3.5.4 – Adaptating to climate change in cities
Parallel Session 3.5.5 – Climate extremes and disaster management (session 2 of 2)
Parallel Session 3.5.6 – Public health adaptation to variability and change
3.5 Closing Plenary: Looking forward

Rik Leemans (PDF) | Chris Field (PDF)