ISC 2021 Summer School Cognitive Challenges of Climate Change
The Cognitive Sciences Institute is delighted to announce that the ISC 2021 Summer School Cognitive Challenges of Climate Change will be held online from May 24 to June 4, 2021.
For 10 days, we will discuss climate governance, ethics, individual and organizational behaviors, modeling, engineering, science education, climate denial, climate justice, environmental history, and more, with well-known experts such as Naomi Oreskes, Dennis Meadows, Stephen Lewandowsky, Baruch Fischhoff, and many more.
By reflecting on the cognitive challenges of climate change, this event aims to think beyond the disciplinary boundaries to expand knowledge on climate issues.
This event is:
- An international scientific conference for any researcher, professor, student or professional interested in climate change. $60 CAD for full access to the 10 days
- An online poster session for students working on climate change - Deadline April 26th – Best Poster Award: $1 000 CAD
- An intensive 10-days summer course with credits for undergraduate and graduate students