Appropriately following our post yesterday on Camacho’s new paper “Adapting Governance to Climate Change,” we thought our readers might be interested in a Call for Applications (or CfA) for a “Workshop on Governing Critical Uncertainties: Climate Change and Decision-Making in Transboundary River Basins.” According to the Earth System Governance website:
The workshop aims to help early career researchers to:
– Increase their understanding of the implications of analytical and normative uncertainties associated with climate change and other large-scale drivers for the governance of trans-boundary river basins;
– Strengthen and expand their network with other early career researchers as well as more established experts in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
…The workshop is organized by the Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University and the Earth System Governance Project, sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research, and endorsed by the Global Water System Project.
The application deadline is October 15 of this year.