报告题目：Climate-related activities in Future Earth
报 告 人：Deliang Chen
Deliang Chen is a professor in Physical Meteorology and the prestigious August R？hss Chair in Physical Geography towards Geoinformatics at the University of Gothenburg. His research includes Earth System Science, global environmental change, climate dynamics and modeling, and atmospheric circulation. He works on recent and future regional climate changes and their impacts on water, ecosystem, environment, and agriculture. He currently focuses on climate and environmental changes over the Third Pole (Tibetan Plateau) region. He is an elected member of six academies including the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the World Academy of Sciences. He has served on numerous international and national committees and boards. A recent example is the Chair of the Stockholm Water Prize Nomination Committee. He was the Coordinating Lead Author of the IPCC’s sixth assessment report. Recently, he was awarded the H. M. The King's Medal for his outstanding contributions to climate research.
Future Earth “未来地球计划”is a global research program and network of scientists, researchers, and innovators collaborating for a more sustainable planet. It’s focus on a systems-based approach seeks to deepen our understanding of complex Earth systems and human dynamics across different disciplines and underpin systems-based policies and strategies for sustainable development. Since 2017, it has been publishing a report on the 10 new insights in climate science annually before COP meeting. The report summarizes a set of the most critical aspects of Earth’s complex climate system – including physical, biogeochemical and socioeconomic/sociocultural dimensions. This talk introduces Future Earth’s activities related to climate science, with examples from the ten insights published in 2021.