• China’s emissions glimpsing the peak


    China recently announced its intention to peak its carbon-dioxide emissions. How soon could the emissions peak and at what absolute value? Libo Wu explores.
  • The greening of the Southern Hemisphere


    The 2010-2011 La Niña weather event brought lush vegetation to vast semi-arid regions in the Southern Hemisphere and altered the delicate balance of the global carbon sinks. Owen Gaffney explores how La Niña might change in the future and what that might imply.
photo: Lars Falck

Contact

The IGBP Secretariat is based in Stockholm, Sweden.


It is hosted at the

Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

For general enquires: admin@igbp.kva.se

Charlotte Wilson-Boss
Office Manager
Skype: charlottewilson
Email: charlottew@igbp.kva.se


Owen Gaffney
Director of Communications
Phone: (46-8) 673 9556
Email: owen.gaffney@igbp.kva.se


Postal address:
IGBP Secretariat
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Box 50005
SE-104 05 Stockholm
Sweden


Visitors address:
IGBP Secretariat
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Lilla Frescativägen 4A
SE-114 18 Stockholm
Sweden


Map

Getting here:

By Stockholm public transportation

Subway (Tunnelbana):
Red line towards Mörby Centrum, get off at station Universitetet.

Bus 40:
From Fridhemsplan or Odenplan to station Universitetet norra

By car

From central Stockholm:
Drive to Roslagstull and north on Roslagsvägen. Turn off at Stockholm University and follow signs saying Vetenskapsakademien.

From the north, and Arlanda airport:
Go south on the E4 and turn off towards Bergshamra on the E18, then follow signs towards Stockholm. On Roslagsvägen, turn off at sign saying Vetenskapsakademien.

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  • Jun 24 - Jul 2, 2015

    8th World Environmental Education Congress: Planet and People - How can they develop together


    Who should come? The congress is an international meeting point for everyone working with education for environment and sustainable development or which have an interest in the field. WEEC 2015 is as such an opportunity to learn more about the latest in environmental and sustainability education, to discuss with people from all over the world, to share your own work and to learn from others. We are expecting participants from a wide range of countries. Are you maybe a researcher, educator, student, decision-maker, NGO or media working with or having an interest in education for environment and sustainable development, or are you just curious? Welcome!Are you interested in sharing your research or sharing good examples regarding education for environment and sustainable development? Perhaps you work with an interesting education model which you would like to share through for example a workshop? In that case we recommend you to submit an abstract by the 19 of December, 2014. The registration for the congress opens on the 15 of November, 2014.Examples of participants:
    • Researchers and educators at universities
    • Teachers teaching all ages
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    • Folk high-schools
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    • Managers of parks and protected areas
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    The congress will discuss the role and importance of education for environment and sustainability at all levels ; both in higher education and for lower ages .Two main categories of abstracts can be submitted: academic abstracts and practitioner abstracts. As such, practitioner abstracts could be a description for example of a teaching model regarding environment and sustainability.
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    14th International Swiss Climate Summer School



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