Friday May 13, 2011
SNH Conference Centre, Battleby, Perth
UPDATE: please see below for event report.
Exploring the role that climate-related knowledge networks can play in shaping understanding of and responses to climate change within a rural context, this one-day forum aimed to facilitate conversations between scientists and interest groups.
Output from the forum will be a report that summarises, for Scottish Government and others, activity across research networks. The report will be posted here as soon as it becomes available.
Please see the archived event page on the Perth College UHI website, which includes a full event programme with links to PDFs of the presentations.
A summary of the discussions is available here.
Climate Connections: summary of talks (PDF, 236 KB)
Videos of the presentations are on the YouTube channel of the Centre for Mountain Studies.
Keynote Speech – Prof Anne Glover
Part 1 : www.youtube.com/watch?v=72Iw-FtH8vw
SAC Climate Change Research Perspective – Prof Dominic Moran
Shaping Agriculture and Climate Change Policy – Antje Branding
How is Scotland responding? A Research Perspective – Prof Andy Kerr
Climate Change: Evidence into Policy – Dr Rebekah Widdowfield
Communicating Climate Change Research – Lorraine Fitzgerald
Knowledge Brokering in the Scottish Parliament – Graeme Cook
Communicating Climate Change Experiences from Clim-ATIC – Clive Bowman