60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference - United Nations, New York, 5-7 September 2007
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CLIMATE CHANGE: HOW IT IMPACTS US ALL

Midday NGO Workshops

60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference
United Nations, New York
5-7 September 2007
Climate Change: How It Impacts US All

 

The Midday Workshops are an integral part of the 60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference, Climate Change: How It Impacts Us All. The workshops take place from 1:15 PM 2:30 PM each day and welcome broad audience participation.

These workshops underscore the theme of the conference, enhance the content of roundtable topics, raise supplementary issues, share solutions and best practices, and foster partnerships across all sectors of civil society. The topics covered in these Midday Workshops include the scientific evidence, cultural and traditional knowledge, water security and climate change, best land use practices, economics and policies of energy and climate change, streamlining the system, sustainable development and the responsibility to protect, and health and education.

Over thirty student intern rapporteurs from colleges and universities in the greater New York/New Jersey area will summarise the workshop proceedings for the final conference report. These students have formed a poster presentation sub-committee.

The topics covered in these workshops are:

Wednesday, 5 September 2007



Thursday, 6 September 2007



Friday, 7 September 2007



PLEASE NOTE: Speakers and room assignments may change- please check the screens outside conference rooms for up-to-date information also listen for workshop announcement during the Conference.

 

Co-Chairs, Midday Workshop Committee
Dr. Charles G. Hitchcock
Rev. Brian K. Muzás
Dr. Mary E. Norton