The FERS School participated in the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28 UAE) in Expo City Dubai, United Arab Emirates, as part of the side events hosted by the Italian Pavilion”Future Earth Research School – High-Level Education for a Sustainable Future and Green Jobs”, occurred on Monday, 11 December, from 9.30 to 11.00 a.m.
It sounds like the Future Earth Research School (FERS) is making significant strides in providing high-level education for a sustainable future. The accomplishments highlighted by Giulia Galluccio, the FERS Director, showcase a commitment to global collaboration and knowledge dissemination: 4 courses, 71 students coming from 24 countries, 352 hours of high-level scientific contents.
Future topics will approach key subjects such as climate finance adaptation, climate artificial intelligence, and climate law and litigation.
Antonio Navarra, CMCC President and FERS Scientific Coordinator, presented the School’s main objectives and he underlined that “FERS School is not only a summer school but a reference point for those interested in multidisciplinary climate research“. The FERS courses are dedicated to preparing students for careers that contribute to a sustainable future. The emphasis on climate-related topics reflects the urgency and complexity of addressing environmental challenges on a global scale.
The event was live-streamed on the Italian Ministry for the Environment and Energy Security YouTube channel.
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