Successful completion of the 2nd Annual Online Workshop on Climate and Atmosphere R&I in the Eastern Mediterranean & Middle East
On the 1st November 2022, CARE-C of The Cyprus Institute with the support of its Advanced Partners: the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry (MPIC) in Mainz, the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) and the University of Helsinki (UHEL), organized the 2nd Annual Online Workshop on Climate and Atmosphere R&I in the EMME.
This one-day online event gathered together the international scientific community in order to discuss the latest innovations and exchange knowhow, on the science of climate change and air pollution, as well as to highlight related challenges, impacts and potential solutions for the EMME region. Also, the workshop provided a great opportunity for networking and enhancing regional collaboration and national capacities for addressing the climate crisis.
Prof Jean Sciare, Director of CARE-C and Coordinator of EMME-CARE gave the introductory speech welcoming all the participants at the workshop. His opening speech followed by 31 oral and 18 VPICO presentations delivered by representatives of Universities, research Institutions and private companies, actively engaged on the topics of air pollution and research innovations related on climate change.
More than 300 participants from 41 different countries, including scientists, researchers, students and industry professionals in the area of research & innovation on climate change and air pollution in the EMME region, registered and participated at the workshop.
Organizers: The workshop is organized by the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East Climate and Atmosphere Research Center (EMME-CARE) project Consortium. The EMME-CARE project established a regional Centre of Excellence (CoE) for climate and atmosphere research in EMME region, the Climate and Atmosphere Research Center (CARE-C), at The Cyprus Institute, supported by Advanced Partners: the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry (MPIC) in Mainz, the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) and the University of Helsinki (UHEL).
For more information about the outcomes of the workshop can be found in the link below: