An invitation to join EUROGEO in Paris at COP21
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Join Us At COP21

COP21 is taking place. EUROGEO will be involved in organising two events on 9th and 10th December 2015, one meeting is on Urban Life and the other on the importance of Local Authorities & Citizens. Entrance is free. Side event programme - COP21 visitor guide
These side events are being organised by the Conference of NGOs at the Council of Europe with EUROGEO. They will take place at the French Village Espaces Générations Climat at Le Bourget, Paris. Visit to find out more about this and COP21 in general.  Follow EUROGEO on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter #cop21.

Citizens & Local Authorities

The Committee on Democracy, Social Cohesion and Global Challenges of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe will organise a session at COP21 on "Citizens and local authorities :a common agenda for climate". This will take place on December 9th at 11.00-12.30, Room 1, Espaces générations Climat COP21 – CMP11: at Le Bourget in Paris. Entry is free. French-English translation will be available. Download the programme

Urban Life

EUROGEO, together with the Committee on Democracy, Social Cohesion and Global Challenges of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe, will organise a side event at COP21 on:
Climate Change and Human Rights: Focus on Urban Life, Human Rights and Adaptation to Climate Change". 
This session will take place on December 10th at 13.00-14.30, Room 4, Espaces générations Climat COP21 – CMP11: at Le Bourget in Paris

Speakers will discuss aspects of Health, Water and Urban development. They include representatives from Water Academy, CoolerProjects UK, the International Union of Architects and SwitchMed. French-English translation will be available. Download the programmeEntry is free.

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Arctic warming linked to summer heat waves, study
Climate smart adaptation through 3D Modelling

Monitoring Climate

Climate Change Vulnerability Index System
Indigenous mountain communities, climate change, food 
Testing the Transparency of Climate Pledges
Using Satellites to Stop Deforestation Before It Happens
Using the Global Calculator 

EUROGEO 2016: Malaga

EUROGEO 2016 will focus on the transformative nature of geographic information, the ways geographers are thinking spatially about people, environments, and the relationships between them and how they can contribute to the achievement of a better world.
The theme of the conference is "Geographic Information: for a better world". Geographic Information: for a better world will provide opportunities to demonstrate the dynamic nature of geographical research of changing natural and social settings, studying the world, its landscapes, places, people and their relationships with the environment.
The conference will include paper and poster sessions, round tables and workshops. Registration and submission of abstracts can be done via the Conference Web pages

Publishing Your Research  

EUROGEO's journal, the European Journal of Geography (EJG) invites you to submit articles for publication. EJG is an international, peer reviewed open access, free to download publication. The Journal is based on the European Association of Geographers’ goal to make European Geography a worldwide reference and standard. 

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