2012 BC will again offer paper presentations from Tokyo and Cape Town by videoconference

We are happy to announce our local conference sites organised by our partners UN University in Tokyo, Japan and University of Cape Town in South Africa. As for the 2010 Berlin Conference, they will join us virtually by videoconference technology and this way give a chance to participate to researchers who do not have the time or resources to attend the actual conference in Berlin. This will strengthen a global perspective on the topics discussed and will allow a wider audience of researchers to engage in lively discussions. In addition, these virtual panels will help to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Please find more information here.

The registration process will be the same as for conference participants in Berlin! If you have received the notification of acceptance of your paper, you can select one of the local conference centres during the registration process. Participation from one of the local conference centres is free of charge.

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  • Key Dates:

    Submission of Abstracts:
    16 November 2015

    Notification of Acceptance:
    1 February 2016

    Submission of Papers:
    6 May 2016

  • International Steering Committee

    Dirk Messner, Co-Chair Steering Committee (German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Bonn, Germany)

    Miranda Schreurs, Co-Chair Steering Committee (Environmental Policy Research Centre, Berlin, Germany)

    Frank Biermann (Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, NL)

    John Christensen (United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) DTU Partnership)

    Christiana Figueres (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Bonn, Germany)

    Carlos Fuller (Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, Belize)

    Pan Jiahua (CASS, Beijing, China)

    Jennifer Morgan (Greenpeace International)

    J. Timmons Roberts (Brown University, Rhode Islands, USA)

    Heike Schroeder (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK)

    Leena Srivastava (The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi, India)

    Harald Winkler (University of Cape Town, South Africa)