International Conference on Southeast Asian Weather and Climate 2013

 | Wed 27 Nov 2013 14:13 ICT

CityNews – On 27th November the International Conference on Southeast Asian and Climate 2013: ICSA-WC2013 began, and will continue from 27th to 29th November.

The venue is the Le Meridien Hotel in Chiang Mai, and the president of the event will be Wichet Kasemthongsri, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment.

The conference earlier today was held by The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST), Green Tree Foundation, National Science Museum, Department of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation, The Meteorological Department, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Yunnan Province Meteorological Society, and Queensland University of Technology.

During the three day conference, over 1,000 presenters and participants interested in the environment and climate issues will come together from around the world to exchange ideas and research results through discussions focused on Southeast Asia. Some of the major topics that will be covered are: Science of Weather and Climate, Natural Disaster Impacts, Agricultural Impacts, Adaptation to Climate Change, and Climate Change Education.

The ICSA is an annual event that is hosted by a different city in Southeast Asia each year. Last year’s conference was hosted by the city of Yunnan in China. The ICSA is committed to highlighting current developments in our understanding of climate change and the potential impacts on our region.

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