22.10.2015 - 23.10.2015
JPI Climate Symposium: Designing Comprehensive Open Knowledge Policies to Face Climate Change

The JPI Climate Symposium “Designing Comprehensive Open Knowledge Policies to Face Climate Change”  will take place on 22 & 23 Oct 2015 in Vienna, Austria.

This event is planend to address 3 aims:
  • To foster the discussion on how to promote, design and implement effective and comprehensive policies towards what is called “Open Access” and “Open knowledge” within the climate-relevant research community (including policy makers, funding agencies, research institutions, practitioners and non-academic stakeholders like NGOs, SMEs, or from the civil society).
  • To build capacity through the presentation and discussion of good practices from both the climate research (including research funding organisations and foundations) and other fields of knowledge.
  • To reinforce and legitimatise the JPI Climate Guidelines on Open Knowledge (recently adopted by the JPI Climate GB: www.jpi-climate.eu/jpi-themes/OpenAccessOpenKnowledge) as a toolbox for policy makers and research funding organisations when designing and executing climate research policies.

The Joint Programming Initiative “JPI Climate” (www.jpi-climate.eu) is a European network of national funding organisations working together to coordinate jointly their climate research agendas and to fund new transnational research initiatives.

If you have interest to participate, please fill in the online registration form

Further information about the event is available at the JPI Climate website

Contact information:
Alexis Sancho-Reinoso