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The abstract book contains the abstracts from both the oral and poster presentations from the Congress. More than 1,600 abstracts was submitted to the 58 sessions.

Abstract Book

Session 1
Cryosphere, Instabilities, Sea Level Rise
Session 2
Global/Regional Climate State in 2030
Session 3
Changes in Ocean Circulation Related to Regional Climate
Session 4 Vulnerability in Carbon Sinks
Session 5
Developing a Spectrum of Models to Describe the Earth System
Session 6
Tipping Elements in the Earth System
Session 7
Informing the Future by Understanding the Past
Session 8
Earth System Feedbacks and Carbon Sequestration
Session 9
Detection and Attribution: State of Play in 2009
Session 10
Equity between Sectors and Individuals within Countries
Session 11
Equity between Nations and Regions
Session 12
Equity in Time: Past, Present and Future Emitters and Victims
Session 13
Equity between Humans and the Rest of Nature
Session 14
Differential Effects of Climate Change on Human Health and Well-Being
Session 15
Avoiding Land-Cover Change To Reduce Carbon Emissions
Session 16
Integrating Economic Models and the Dynamics of the Carbon Sinks
Session 17
Carbon Capture and Storage: Technology, Economy, Social Attitudes
Session 18
Potentials and Limitations of Biofuels
Session 19
Renewable Energies: How Far Can They Take Us?
Session 20
Enhancing Energy Conservation and Efficiency
Session 21    
Integrated Energy Mixes from a Socio-Economic and Environmental Perspective
Session 22
Transforming Institutions to Managing a Carbon Constrained World
Session 23    
Integrating National and International Approaches to Carbon Pricing: Developing a Global Framework
Session 24
The Role of Agriculture in Mitigating Climate Change
Session 25
The Role of Forests in Mitigation Climate Change
Session 26
Beyond Technology: Changing the Way We Live?
Session 27
Low Carbon Science, Technology Policies
Session 28
Climate Change and Air Pollution: The Role of non-CO2 Atmospheric Pollutants
Session 29
Climate Change and Water Systems
Session 30
Impact of Climate Change on Ecosystem Services
Session 31
Biodervisity, Enhancement of Resilience or Facilitating Transformation?
Session 32
Economic Costs of Adapting and not Adapting to Climate Change
Session 33
Adapting Urban Areas to Climate Change
Session 34
Adapting Human Land Use to Climate Change
Session 35
Adapting Coastal Zone and Marine Resources to Climate Change
Session 36
Approaches to Measuring and Enhancing Adaptive Capacities
Session 37
Adapting Future Agricultural Production to Climate Change
Session 38
Adapting Forests to Climate Change
Session 39
Climate Tools and Information to Support Adaptation
Session 40
Learning From Ongoing Adaptation: A Comparative Study
Session 41
Adaptation To Climate Change In Least Developed Countries – Challenges, Experiences and Ways Forward
Session 42
Adaptation And Climate Risk Insurance
Session 43
Integrating Climate Change into Global Sustainability
Session 44
Filling In The Gaps Between IA, GCM, Economic and ES Models
Session 45
From Geo-Pertubation to Geo-Management
Session 46
Consequences of Acidification of Land and Ocean
Session 47
Managing Food in a Climate Constrained World Part 1
Session 48
Earth System Governance
Session 49
The Role Of Integrated Assessment Models In Handling Climate Change
Session 50
Enabling Long Term Climate Policy
Session 51
Managing Food in a Climate Constrained World Part 2
Session 52
Economic Costs of not Mitigating Climate Change
Session 53
Role of Media in Contributing in Combating Climate Change
Session 54
The Role of non Nation State Actors in Combating Climate Change
Session 55
Resources in a Changing Climate: Building Collaboration and Avoiding Conflict
Session 56
Human Migration - Geopolitical Conflicts
Session 57
Cultures, Values & World Perspectives as Factors in Responding to Climate Change
Session 58
National and Regional Development of Mitigation Policies

 

The abstracts can also be found on the website of IOP Conference Series.