Founded in 2009, the Climate Change: Impacts & Responses Research Network is brought together by a common concern for the science of, and social responses to, climate change. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can make linkages across disciplinary, geographic, and cultural boundaries. As a Research Network, we are defined by our scope and concerns and motivated to build strategies for action framed by our shared themes and tensions.
The Seventeenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses features research addressing the following annual themes. Each year we also focus on a Special Focus that presents a timely challenge.
In-Person: In-Person presentations will be delivered onsite. We offer innovative formats for a range of presentation styles.
Online Only: online presentations will be delivered and viewed online as asynchronous digital media. Online Only presenters also have discussion boards to structure conversations and access to other online activities.
Conference as Archive: we'll capture and add as much content as possible on the conference microsite. While it's a requirement for online-only presenters, we strongly encourage in-person presenters to pre-record and upload their presentations to the conference microsite. The conference microsite becomes an archive to which delegates and Research Network members can return anytime.
With this step-by-step guide, we walk you through the new phases pre/during/post-conference to ensure you have a productive conference.
In-Person: participate in innovative in-person formats, plenaries, talking circles, garden conversations, and on a human scale. You will also have access to all online-only content.
Online Only: gain access to live and recorded presentations, welcome addresses, plenaries, and curated thematic content -- from any place and in your own time.
Conference as Archive: we'll capture and add as much content as possible on the conference microsite. And you can help here too. If you do not see digital media on a presenter page, you can request it from the presenter. You can also add comments to discussion boards of all content. The conference microsite becomes an archive to which delegates and Research Network members can return anytime.
We are working to change how knowledge is produced, validated, and shared within member-based Research Networks.
The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses offers pathways to transform your presentation into formal research objects. We also offer several affordable Open Access pathways to allow maximum flexibility to support principles of open research and funder mandates.
We welcome the submission of proposals at any time of the year. The dates below serve as a guideline for proposal submission based on our corresponding registration deadlines. All proposals will be reviewed within two to four weeks of submission.
The dates below serve as a guideline for proposal submission based on our corresponding registration deadlines.
|Advance Proposal Deadline
|23 March 2024
|Early Proposal Deadline
|23 June 2024
|Regular Proposal Deadline
|23 October 2024
|Late Proposal Deadline
|23 December 2024
|Advance Registration Deadline
|23 April 2024
|Early Registration Deadline
|23 July 2024
|Regular Registration Deadline
|23 December 2024
|Late Registration Deadline
|23 January 2025
All Presenters (In-Person and Online Only) are asked to upload Digital Media (a video of the presentation as embed code, MP4, PowerPoint, or PDF) to their Presentation pages. This content will be delivered and viewed online as asynchronous digital media. We require presenters to add their digital media to their Presenter Page at least one week before the conference start date, as our Program Development Team will review all media.
Tips on how to upload digital media to you your CGScholar Presenter Page. Take the link to the Event Microsite Guide to find out more.
|Digital Media Deadline
|18 January 2025
Use the buttons below to submit a proposal for review.