(This event has already happened, but for those of us concerned about climate change, it is reassuring to known the major events aimed at countering the dilemma are still happening around the world)
The second edition of the RomeSymposium on Climate Change, scheduled for May 3 to 5, 2017, is an initiative of the Nobel Prize winner Michail Gorbachev, realized by Fondazione Italiani and New Policy Forum.
20 experts from all over the world, involved in organizations, universities and climate change research institutes, will meet in Rome under the scientific direction of Martin Lees, former secretary general of the Club of Rome and delegate to United Nations COP conferences, to give their contribution and to demonstrate the imperative need for concrete cooperation and global action against climate change.
The Expert Meeting will focus, on one hand, on arguments that address the consequences of climate change on a scientific, moral, economic, human and security level and will propose, on the other hand, an action plan involving international organizations, national governments and civil society for a shared commitment to counteract the effects of global warming.
Read about the “Rome Symposium on Climate Change 2017.”