Friday February 18

Climate, water and theoretical and methodological issues:
A PhD seminar

  • 09.30-09.40: Introduction
    Svein Olaf Dahl
  • 09.40-10.00: Climate Change and Water Systems in the Central Andes: Implications for Societal Development
    Armando José Lamadrid
  • 10.00-10.20:   Discussion
  • 10.20-10.40: Why do people respond differently to climate change?
    Halvor Dannevig
  • 10.40-11.00: Discussion
  • 11.00-11-20: The Water-Energy-Food Insecurity Nexus in Central Asia
    Nuno Almeida Ventura
  • 11.20-11.40: Discussion
  • 11.40-12.00: Managing the Effect of Climate Change on Food Security
    Santiago Movilla Blanco
  • 12.00-12.20:  Discussion
  • 12.20-13.20: Lunch
  • 13.20-13.40: The Secret of Cuba – Thoughts on Sustainable Development through the Lens of Sustainable Water Supply
    David Ittzés-Tamási
  • 13.40-14.00: Discussion
  • 14.00-14.20: Historical and Developmental Impacts of the Zambezi River Regulation
    Dean Kampanje-Phiri
  • 14.20-14.40: Discussion
  • 14.40-15.00: The uncertainty of managing the Tigris and Euphrates River: legal,
  • environmental and political issues
    Kanar Hamza
  • 15.00-15.20: Discussion
  • 15.20-15.30: Summary

Venue: Lille auditorium, Lauritz Meltzers hus, University of Bergen

The panel will consist of: Terje Tvedt, Terje Østigård, Graham Chapman, Richard Coopey, Roar Hagen, Karen V. Syse and Jacobus de Vries.

Climate change, water systems and social development
Organiser: Department of Geography, University of Bergen