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HUMBOLDT-KOLLEG BUDAPEST 2015
Humboldt Kolleg Budapest 2015
“symposium on International Climate protection”
November 13-14th 2015.
Under the auspices of Mr. János Áder, President of Hungary
Auditorium of Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Dermatooncology, Semmelweis University (Mária u. 41. H-1085 Budapest VIII.)
Language: German and English
The process of climate change has enormously accelerated in recent years. The cause of this rapid change is the rising concentration of CO2 emitted into the atmosphere. The consequences are extreme weather conditions, especially droughts, rising sea level, loss of biodiversity and the increasing number of tropical diseases around the world, also in Europe.
The goal of this year’s symposium is to record and discuss international trends in climate protection. Beside lectures by scientists from the region, leading Humboldt scholars from different continents will also contribute by giving virtual presentations. Students will have the opportunity to take part in round table discussions with leading Humboldt scientists.
We will contribute to the preparation phase of the climate conference in Paris in December 2015.
- Climate Research and Climate Protection
- Climate Change Impact on Society
- Future Cities and Energy Change
- Law and Legislation in Climate Protection
- Climate Change and Human Health
- Hungarian Humboldt Association
- University West Hungary, Savaria Campus
- Foundation for the Dermatological Prevention and Treatment of Environmental Harm
- Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Hungary
- Skype Conferences:
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Tokyo University, Jaxa Tokyo, Cornell University, Cairo University Greenwich University, University of Ouagadougou
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