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9th Bonn Dialogues Event Focuses on Climate Change and Extreme Events

"Climate Change and Extreme Events-the Role of Human Society" will address climate-related risks, the vulnerability of human society and possible adaptation strategies. The panel discussion is open to the public and will take place on 7 June 2011, 6 p.m., at Deutsche Welle (Kurt-Schumacher-Str. 3, 53113 Bonn). Please download poster and postcard of this event.

About Bonn Dialogues

"Bonn Dialogues on Global Environmental Change" are a  series of events focusing on substantive issues related to anthropogenic drivers and consequences of Global Environmental Change and Human Security - addressing in a cross-cutting manner sector-specific themes such as climate, water, energy or food.

The Dialogue Series aims to:

  • raise public awareness of different aspects of Global Environmental Change;
  • serve as a forum for interdisciplinary multi-stakeholder exchanges of views;
  • contribute to different scientific, political and public discourses; and
  • present Bonn as a host of various organizations dealing with cooperation, sustainable development and environmental concerns. 

The Bonn Dialogues Series takes place twice a year. It is jointly organized by UNU Bonn and the German Committee for Disaster Reduction (DKKV) in partnership with the City of Bonn. Furthermore, Bonn Dialogues is supported by Deutsche Welle, the European Union and the federal government of North Rhine-Westphalia.