25/10/2017 - 27/10/2017, Potsdam, Germany
Workshop - understanding and modeling space-time Holocene climate variability

In the framework of the PAGES working group "Climate Variability Across Scales (CVAS)" the aim of the workshop is to bring together experts working on Holocene climate variability from three different perspectives: data acquisition and interpretation, time series analysis methodology, and theoretical climatology and climate modeling.

04/12/2017 - 08/12/2017, Bad Gandersheim, Germany
Beginner's Course in Climate Time Series Analysis

This Beginner's Course in Climate Time Series Analysis is specifically tailored to the needs of MSc students, PhD students and postdocs, who wish to learn about an important subject (time series analysis), but have had so far not much exposure to in-depth mathematical or statistical teaching.

12/12/2017 - 13/12/2017, London, UK
Symposium “Universities and Climate Change"

As part of the Symposium “Universities and Climate Change” a Special Session will be held for university staff and other specialists undertaking research and/or performing projects which look at the technical, political, economic and social aspects of extreme events.

07/01/2018 - 11/01/2018, Austin, USA
AMS Annual Meeting 2018: "Transforming Communication in the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise"

With the theme"Transforming Communication in the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise", the 2018 AMS Annual Meeting will discuss the role of communication as a dynamic, powerful, and essential part of the weather, climate, and water enterprise. Successful communication requires active engagement – not only thinking about what, when, where, how, why, and to whom we speak but also carefully listening to better understand and respond appropriately.

07/02/2018 - 09/02/2018, Graz, Austria
2nd World Symposium on Climate Change Communication

The 2nd World Symposium on Climate Change Communication will focus on addressing the challenges in communicating climate change across various audiences, hence providing a platform for reflections on climate change communication research and practice. The symposium will also offer a concrete contribution towards a better understanding and in catalysing further action to better communicate climate change.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 30 July 2017

26/02/2018 - 02/03/2018, Lorne (near Melbourne), Australia
2nd Pan-GASS Meeting - Understanding and Modelling Atmospheric Processes

The 2nd Pan-GASS meeting aims to bring together NWP and climate scientists, observationalists and modellers to discuss the key issues of atmospheric science and to coordinate efforts to improve weather and climate models. The program will include all aspects and methods of model development.

05/03/2018 - 07/03/2018, Edmonton, Canada
Cities and Climate Change Science Conference

Fostering new scientific knowledge for cities based on science, practice and policy
The primary goal of the conference is to assess the state of academic and practice-based knowledge related to cities and climate change, and to establish a global research agenda based on the joint identification of key gaps by the academic, practitioner and urban policy-making communities.

14/05/2018 - 18/05/2018, Ottawa, Canada
36th International Technical Meetings (ITM) on Air Pollution Modelling and its Application

The ITM is one of most prominent forums for discussing the latest scientific developments and applications related to air pollution modelling at scales ranging from local to global. An important feature of the conference is that it brings together scientists and other stakeholders from the air pollution, climate change, policy, and health communities from across the globe.

25/05/2018 - 02/09/2018, Different places in Germany
Summer School (8 Modules): "Earth Surface Dynamics Understanding Processes at the Earth's Vulnerable Skin"

The series of two consecutive summer schools about the Earth’s Dynamic Surface is targeting a group of 25 doctoral students, aiming (1) to improve their skills to understand the complex interaction of the processes shaping the Earth’s surface at different temporal and spatial scales, (2) to monitor, model and predict the results of these interactions, and (3) to identify and mitigate risks of natural and human-caused interference in these processes in an interdisciplinary and intercultural environment.