The conference, entitled "Climate Change: Scenarios, Impacts and Policy" aims to involve scientists, researchers and policy makers, whose activities are focused on different aspects of climate change, its impacts and related policies.


  • Develop a platform for sharing and discussing between the different disciplines that study climate dynamics and their interactions with the environment and society;
  • Promote a constructive and transdisciplinary dialogue between scientists, policy makers, service providers and the general public;
  • Foster scientific dialogue on mitigation policies and sustainable growth;
  • Deepen the understanding of climate change impacts and the best adaptation strategies.


  • Advances in Climate Science
  • Impacts on ecosystem services and on cultural heritage
  • Mitigation
  • Hydrological risk
  • Food security
  • Human health
  • Adaptation

    A short paper (maximum 3,000 words) should be submitted online in its final version, in English, no later than May 30, 2014. Authors are requested to follow the instructions and the format downloadable from the Conference website, and to choose the type of presentation (oral presentation or poster).
    A notification of the acceptance of your work will be communicated to you by June 30, 2014. All work will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee.