Robert Nicholls, personal archive

Sunday 16 May 2021 -
18:00 to 19:00
live online at DNA hall | general audience | free passes

This talk with Robert Nicholls will explore the magnitude and sources of sea-level rise, the resulting impacts and what the potential responses in terms of climate mitigation and the range of possible adaptation are. Join to hear about the global perspective of all coastal areas, with a particular consideration of the effects on coastal cities and communities and what needs to be done to address these challenges.

Robert Nicholls is an expert in assessing long-term coastal problems and finding sustainable solutions. He is Director of the Tyndall Centre. He has advised national governments (e.g., UK, Netherlands, Bangladesh, Singapore, the Maldives) and intergovernmental organisations (e.g., OECD) on climate change and coastal issues. He was a lead author to five reports of the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) assessment process, a review editor to the fifth IPCC assessment and a contributing author to the recent IPCC Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere (2019). He is a member of the ASCE/COPRI Coastal Engineering Research Council. 

In English, interpretation to Bulgarian provided.

The event will be broadcast live online only in front of the audience at Sofia Tech Park.

Dedicated to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

Due to the epidemic situation, changes in the programme may occur – both in the dates and times of the events and in the mode of delivery (digital or live). Please follow the festival page for the latest information.

Sofia Science Festival

Category icon
Sofia Science Festival