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A chronological list of all 2000 events that have appeared in the calendar listings of the Global Climate Change Digest through the June 1999 issue.  The Digest Calendar no longer is maintained. 



Event #doct98cal27

January 24-28, 2000, Geneva International Conference Center, Geneva, Switzerland — World Clean Energy Conference. For more information contact: WCEC Conference Secretariat, P.O. Box 928, CH-8055 Zurich; tel: +411-463-9252; fax: +411-463-0252; e-mail:

Event #djun99cal28

Jan. 31 - Feb. 4, 2000, Montrea, Canada — Fifth Meeting of the SBSTTA. For information contact: CBD Secretariat; World Trade Center, 393 St. Jacques Street, Suite 300, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 1N9 Canada; tel: +1-514-288-2220; fax: +1-514-288-6588; e-mail:; Internet:

Event #djun99cal29

January 31-February 11, 2000, New York — Intergovernmental Forum on Forests: IFF-4. For more information, contact the IFF Secretariat, Two United Nations Plaza, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10017, USA; tel: +1-212-963- 6208; fax: +1-212-963-3463; Internet:



MARCH 2000

Event #djun99cal30

March 16-22, 2000, The Hague, The Netherlands — Second Water Forum and Ministerial Conference. The World Water Council’s second world water forum. For information contact: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, P.O Box 20061, 2500 EB The Hague, the Netherlands; tel: +31-70-348-5402; fax: +31-70-348-6792; e-mail:

Event #djun99cal31

March 22-24, 2000, Vancouver, B.C., Canada — GLOBE 2000. A special session will be held: Domestic Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Program: Update One Year Later. Contact: National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, Elizabeth Atkinson, fax: 613-992-7385; e-mail:; WWW:

APRIL 2000

Event #daug98cal9

April 3-7, 2000, Santa Fe, N.M. — ICRSDT Remote Sensing 2000 Symposium. This conference will describe the usefulness of remote sensing in hydrology at the beginning of the 21st century. Contact: Al Rango, USDA ARS Hydrology Laboratory, Beltsville, MD, 20705; e-mail:

MAY 2000

Event #djun99cal32

May 15-26, 2000, Nairobi, Kenya — Fifth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity: COP-5. For information contact: CBD Secretariat; World Trade Center, 393 St. Jacques Street, Suite 300, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2Y 1N9; tel: +1-514-288-2220; fax: +1-514-288- 6588; e-mail:; Internet:

JUNE 2000

Event #daug98cal10

June 18-24, 2000, Fairbanks, Alaska — International Glaciological Society Symposium: Sea Ice and Its Interactions with the Ocean, Atmosphere, and Biosphere. Contact: M. Jeffries, Geophys. Inst., University of Alaska at Fairbanks, 903 Koyukuk Dr., P.O. Box 757320, Fairbanks, AK, 99775; tel: 907-474-5257; fax: 907-474-7290; e-mail:

JULY 2000

Event #daug98cal11

July 10-14, 2000, Cambridge, UK — Meteorology at the Millenium. The Conference will reflect on the way modern meteorology is contributing to other sciences, on how atmospheric scientists are learning from colleagues in other disciplines, and on the wider implications of these advances for society. Contact: Royal Meteorological Society, 104 Oxford Road, Reading, Berks., RG1 7LL, UK; tel: +44-(0)118-956-8500; fax: +44-(0)118-956-8571; e-mail:

Event #djun99cal33

July 12-14, 2000, Amsterdam, The Netherlands — ACCURACY 2000: 4th International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. A meeting for experts taking special interest in the assessment, modelling, visualization and propagation of uncertainty in spatial data and spatial process models. The call for papers is open until Oct. 1, 1999. Contact: Conference Office, Universiteit van Amsterdam, P.O. Box 19268, 1000 GG Amsterdam, The Netherlands, tel: +31 20 525 4791; fax: +31 20 525 4799; e-mail: congres@; WWW:


Event #djun99cal34

August 6-12, 2000, Quebec City, Canada ?International Association of Ecology (INTECOL): The 6th Wetlands Symposium. The focus will be on Wetlands at the Millenium. It will cover all aspects of wetland science, policy, and management with a strong focus on new innovations in research and technology. Topics include the science, economics, conservation, sustainability, informatics, and networks related to wetlands. The meeting will coincide with the 11th Global Congress of the International Peat Society and the 21st Annual Conference of the Society of Wetlands Scientists. Contact: Millenium Wetland Event Secretariat, Elizabeth MacKay, Bureau 620, 2875 Blvd. Laurier Ste-Foy, Quebec G1V 2M2, Canada; tel: +1-418-657-3853; fax: +1-418-657-7934; e-mail:; WWW:




Item #dapr99cal17

Oct. 2-6, 2000, Budapest, Hungary — Fifth International Aerosol Symposium. Potential topics include aerosols and climate, marine aerosols, aerosol measurement, evolution of aerosols, aerosol physics, aerosol optics, and atmospheric flows. An exhibition will show equipment, software, and technology. Additional information: Dr. Belov, Deak F. u 26/a, 1046 Budapest, Hungary; tel/fax: 36-1-3791251; e-mail:; WWW: (English), (Russian).





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