Thu., Jul. 22 | Online Event

Cascading Resource Scarcity: Science Diplomacy at the Intersection of Climate Change

Science & Policy Exchange (SPE) is organizing an interactive science diplomacy simulation with a opportunity to develop your knowledge & skills through a real-world policy discussion scenario and exposing them to the complexities of policy development involving multiple stakeholders.
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Cascading Resource Scarcity: Science Diplomacy at the Intersection of Climate Change

Time & Location

Jul. 22, 11:00 a.m. EDT
Online Event

About the Event

Come join us in this Arctic simulation along with the International Institute for Applied System Analysis (IIASA), the Institute for  Science, Society and Policy (ISSP) and the National Research Council (NRC).

Through an immersive virtual platform developed by our collaborators at the Centre for Systems Solutions (CRS) you will be able to develop your skills and knowledge in a real-world policy discussion while facing global challenges and the policy development process along with multiple stakeholders and countries.

The event will consist of a 4h-policy simulation based on an Arctic case study. Followed by a keynote presentation by Dr. Monica Gattinger, Director, ISSP and Chair, Positive Energy, uOttawa. We will then end the evening with a virtual networking session.

How to register: 

Reserve your place and please fill out this required form to help us organize the event.