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Adaptation to Climate Change

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Adaptation to Climate Change
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From January to March 2014, CSaP's Inaugural Visiting Research Fellow Professor Charlie F Kennel delivered a series of seminars on adaptation to climate change, hosted by Christ's College, Cambridge.Professor Kennel is Vice-Chancellor and Director emeritus at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego, and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Christ’s College. Starting in January 2014, he spent three months as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Science and Policy.To access lecture slides and other teaching material, please go to: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

Latest Episodes

Seminar 4 Lord Martin Rees

13 MIN2016 MAR 21
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Seminar 4 Lord Martin Rees

Lecture 6: Adaptive Management of Climate Change

In this final seminar of the series, Professor Kennel discusses the essential role of assessment in the adaptive management of complex systems; the regional specificity of climate change impacts; the critical role of local communities; the complexity of knowledge assembly for regional and local decision‐support; and the need to encourage timely decisions. “Knowledge Action Networks” comprising international experts and local decision‐makers can foster informed and timely decisions at the regional and local levels. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

79 MIN2014 MAR 3
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Lecture 6: Adaptive Management of Climate Change

Lecture 5: California and the Arctic

In this seminar, Professor Kennel discusses the first and most advanced regional assessments; impacts on regional natural systems, regional technical systems, and populations; and assessments - the first step in adaptive management. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

84 MIN2014 MAR 3
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Lecture 5: California and the Arctic

Lecture 4: Sea Level Rise, Coastal Cities, and Wetlands

This seminar looks at factors affecting rates of global and local sea level rise; how advanced regions are preparing - Venice, the Netherlands, and Sacramento Bay-Delta; vulnerable cities, agricultural river deltas, low-lying island nations. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

85 MIN2014 FEB 24
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Lecture 4: Sea Level Rise, Coastal Cities, and Wetlands

Lecture 3: Why and how we will have to adapt?

In his talk, Professor Kennel will discuss the reasons why we may not be able to avoid 2C warming by 2050, and adaptive management strategy. This term, CSaP's inaugural Visiting Research Fellow Professor Charlie F Kennel will deliver a series of seminars on adaptation to climate change, hosted by Christ's College Cambridge. Professor Kennel is Vice-Chancellor and Director emeritus at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego, and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Christ’s College. He will be spending the next three months as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Science and Policy.

86 MIN2014 FEB 17
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Lecture 3: Why and how we will have to adapt?

Lecture 2: Impacts of Climate Change

Professor Charles Kennel discusses the reasons why we may not be able to avoid 2C warming by 2050, and adaptive management strategy. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

79 MIN2014 JAN 31
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Lecture 2: Impacts of Climate Change

Lecture 1: What can we expect from the climate and what might we do?

In his first seminar of the series, Professor Kennel gives a brief history of the development of climate research; discuss the relationship between atmospheric abundance of CO2 and global temperature over time, and the fundamental truths about the long-term future. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

72 MIN2014 JAN 31
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Lecture 1: What can we expect from the climate and what might we do?
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Latest Episodes

Seminar 4 Lord Martin Rees

13 MIN2016 MAR 21
Comments
Seminar 4 Lord Martin Rees

Lecture 6: Adaptive Management of Climate Change

In this final seminar of the series, Professor Kennel discusses the essential role of assessment in the adaptive management of complex systems; the regional specificity of climate change impacts; the critical role of local communities; the complexity of knowledge assembly for regional and local decision‐support; and the need to encourage timely decisions. “Knowledge Action Networks” comprising international experts and local decision‐makers can foster informed and timely decisions at the regional and local levels. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

79 MIN2014 MAR 3
Comments
Lecture 6: Adaptive Management of Climate Change

Lecture 5: California and the Arctic

In this seminar, Professor Kennel discusses the first and most advanced regional assessments; impacts on regional natural systems, regional technical systems, and populations; and assessments - the first step in adaptive management. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

84 MIN2014 MAR 3
Comments
Lecture 5: California and the Arctic

Lecture 4: Sea Level Rise, Coastal Cities, and Wetlands

This seminar looks at factors affecting rates of global and local sea level rise; how advanced regions are preparing - Venice, the Netherlands, and Sacramento Bay-Delta; vulnerable cities, agricultural river deltas, low-lying island nations. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

85 MIN2014 FEB 24
Comments
Lecture 4: Sea Level Rise, Coastal Cities, and Wetlands

Lecture 3: Why and how we will have to adapt?

In his talk, Professor Kennel will discuss the reasons why we may not be able to avoid 2C warming by 2050, and adaptive management strategy. This term, CSaP's inaugural Visiting Research Fellow Professor Charlie F Kennel will deliver a series of seminars on adaptation to climate change, hosted by Christ's College Cambridge. Professor Kennel is Vice-Chancellor and Director emeritus at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego, and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Christ’s College. He will be spending the next three months as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Science and Policy.

86 MIN2014 FEB 17
Comments
Lecture 3: Why and how we will have to adapt?

Lecture 2: Impacts of Climate Change

Professor Charles Kennel discusses the reasons why we may not be able to avoid 2C warming by 2050, and adaptive management strategy. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

79 MIN2014 JAN 31
Comments
Lecture 2: Impacts of Climate Change

Lecture 1: What can we expect from the climate and what might we do?

In his first seminar of the series, Professor Kennel gives a brief history of the development of climate research; discuss the relationship between atmospheric abundance of CO2 and global temperature over time, and the fundamental truths about the long-term future. You can find the lecture slides and other material here: http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/visiting-research-fellowships/prof-charles-kennel/

72 MIN2014 JAN 31
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Lecture 1: What can we expect from the climate and what might we do?
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