The Met Office Hadley Centre will host a virtual conference on the theme of innovation in science and services to address the societal challenges of climate change and build a more resilient net zero future on 11 & 12 May 2021. This event will help set the agenda for the development of science for policy over the next decade.
Bringing together leading scientists and policy makers, young people, community representatives and science communicators from around the world, its aim is to set out a vision for how climate science and services can be harnessed in support of the ambitions of diverse societies worldwide to build a more sustainable, more resilient low carbon future.
The content of the conference is set across four main themes:
Current and future risks from weather and climate
Low probability, high impact outcomes of climate change (including tipping points)
Future carbon and mitigation strategies to avoid the most dangerous impacts of climate change
Impacts and opportunities from mitigation and adaptation actions to proceed towards a resilient and net zero future
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