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      MONDAY 16 MARCH 2015
      Opening Ceremony

      DESCOTES Anne-Marie, Pietrasanta Yves, TOUZARD Isabelle, DUMITRU Mihail, HOULIER François, WANG Ren, RESTREPO IBIZA Juan Lucas, RIJSBERMAN Franck, KROPFF M.J., KATEHI Linda, CARON Patrick, CHOTTE Jean-Luc   Video
      P2.1 Climate change, risks, extremes & uncertainties
      LE TREUT Hervé
       
      P2.2 Climate smart agriculture: conceptual framework & brief history
      WANG Ren
       

      P2.3 Impact & adaptation of agriculture to climate change and climatic variability
      HOWDEN Mark
       
      P2.4 Supply & demand based greenhouse gas mitigation
      SMITH Pete
       
      L1.1 Africa
       
      LOCATELLI Bruno
       
       
      L1.1 Africa
       
      OPONDO Maggie
       
       
      L1.1 Africa
       
      RAZAFIMBELO Tantely
       
       
      L1.1 Africa
       
      DESCHEEMAEKER Katrien
       
       
      L1.1 Africa
       
      HENDERSON Ben
       

       
      L1.1 Africa
       
      TESFAYE Kindie
       
       
      L1.2 Australasia
       
      BACUDO Imelda
       
       
      L1.2 Australasia
       
      AGGARWAL Pramod
       
       
      L1.2 Australasia
       
      TRINH QUANG Tu
       
       
      L1.2 Australasia
       
      LACOMBE Guillaume
       
       
      L1.2 Australasia
       
      UPHOFF Norman
       
       
      L1.2 Australasia
       
      AK Sikka
       
       
      L1.3 Latin America
       
      ARGUEDAS-MARIN
       

       
      L1.3 Latin America
       
      ALDUNCE Paulina
       
       
      L1.3 Latin America
       
      SCHLAIFER Michel
       
       
      L1.3 Latin America
       
      TURIN Cecilia
       
       
      L1.3 Latin America
       
      SABORIO-RODRIGUEZ Milagro
       
      L1.3 Latin America
       
      BOURONCLE Claudia
       
       
      L1.4 Europe
       
      KOLAR Patrik
       
       
      L1.4 Europe
       
      GØTKE Niels
       
       
      L1.4 Europe
      FRONZEK Stefan
       
      L1.4 Europe
       
      EORY Vera
       
       
      L1.4 Europe
       
      REES RM
       
       
      L1.5 North America
       
      WALTHALL Charles
       
       
      L1.5 North America
       
      JACKSON Louise
       
       
      L1.5 North America

      KHOSLA Raj
       


      L1.5 North America
       
      ORTIZ Brenda
       
       
      L1.5 North America
       
      SANDOVAL SOLIS Samuel
       
       
      L1.5 North America
      BASSO Bruno
       

       
      TUESDAY 17 MARCH 2015
      Special Session : Talk by Mr Stéphane Le Foll, French Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood and Forestry LE FOLL Stéphane
        Video
      Special Plenary Keynote on CSA science-policy interface: bringing findings of CSA science to policy-makers
       
      ALLAHOURY Amadou
       
      P3.1 Resilience & adaptation
       
      MEINKE Holger
       
      P3.2 Sustainable intensification & mitigation
       
      BUSTAMANTE Mercedes
       
      P3.3 Agroecology, soils & ecosystem adaptation
       
      TITTONELL Pablo
       
      P3.4 Food security & food systems
       
      VERMEULEN Sonja and PORTER John
       
      L2.1a Developing & evaluation climate smart practices
       
      CAMPBELL Bruce
       
       
      L2.1b Developing & evaluation climate smart practices
       
      BERNOUX Martial
       
       
      L2.1 Developing and evaluating climate smart practices
       
      TALUKDER Byomkesh
       
       
      L2.1 Developing and evaluating climate smart practices
       
      MEDINA HIDALGO Daniela
       
      L2.1 Developing and evaluating climate smart practices
       
      EMENANJO Ijeoma
       
       
      L2.1 Developing and evaluating climate smart practices
       
      VERHAGEN Jan
       
      L2.2 Facing climatic variability & extremes
       
      ZOUGMORÉ Robert
       
       
      L2.2 Facing climatic variability & extremes
       
      LEBEL Thierry
       
       
      L2.2 Facing climatic variability and extremes
       
      MASSAWE Festo
       
       
      L2.2 Facing climatic variability and extremes
       
      LECLÈRE David

       
      L2.2 Facing climatic variability and extremes
       
      DURAND Jean-Louis
       
       
      L2.2 Facing climatic variability and extremes
       
      MOTTET Anne
       
      L2.3a Combining mitigation, adaptation & sustainable intensification
       
      CASSMANN Kenneth
       
       
      L2.3 Combining mitigation, adaptation & sustainable intensification
       
      WOLLENBERG Lini
       
       
      L2.3 Combining mitigation, adaptation and sustainable intensification
       
      ZUREK Monika
       
       
      L2.3 Combining mitigation, adaptation and sustainable intensification
       
      HAVLIK Petr
       
      L2.3 Combining mitigation, adaptation and sustainable intensification
       
      JASSOGNE Laurence
       
      L2.3 Combining mitigation, adaptation and sustainable intensification

      SHIRSATH Paresh
       

      L2.4 Breeding & protecting crops & livestock
       
      GLASZMANN Jean-Christophe
       
       
      L2.4 Breeding & protecting crops & livestock
       
      LANCELOT Renaud
       
       
      L2.4 Breeding and protecting crops and livestock
       
      VAN BOXTEL Jos
       
       
      L2.4 Breeding and protecting crops and livestock
       
      DEBAEKE Philippe
       
      L2.4 Breeding and protecting crops and livestock
       
      LALÖE Denis
       
      L2.4 Breeding and protecting crops and livestock
       
      TARDIEU François

      L2.5 Overcoming barriers: policies & institutional arrangements to support CSA
       
      LIPPER Leslie
       

       
      L2.5 Overcoming barriers: policies & institutional arrangements to support CSA
       
      SEDOGO Laurent
       
       
      L2.5 Overcoming barriers: policies & institutional arrangements to support CSA
       
      LAYAOEN Myriam
       
      L2.5 Overcoming barriers: policies & institutional arrangements to support CSA
       
      CLARK Harry
       
      L2.5 Overcoming barriers: policies & institutional arrangements to support CSA
       
      PAOLANTONIO Adriana

       
      L2.5 Overcoming barriers: policies & institutional arrangements to support CSA
       
      TONGRUKSAWATTANA Songporne
       
       
      WEDNESDAY 18 March 2015
      L3.1 Climate adaptation and mitigation services
       
      ROSENZWEIG Cynthia
       

       
      L3.1 Climate adaptation and mitigation services
       
      MOORS Eddy
       

       
      L3.1 Climate adaptation and mitigation services
       
      AKHMISS Leila & RAMI Abbdellatif
       
      L3.1 Climate adaptation and mitigation services
       
      SEGHAL Vinay
       
      L3.1 Climate adaptation and mitigation services
       
      VAN ETTEN Jacob
       
      L3.1 Climate adaptation and mitigation services
       
      EHRARDT Fiona
       
      L3.2 Climate smart cropping systems
       
      OBERSTEINER Michael
       

       
      L3.2 Climate smart cropping systems
       
      DEBAEKE Philippe
       
       
      L3.2 Climate smart cropping systems
       
      DREVON Jean-Jacques

       
      L3.2 Climate smart cropping systems
       
      PENOT Eric
       
      L3.2 Climate smart cropping systems
       
      KWON Hoyoung
       
      L3.2 Climate smart cropping systems
       
      VAAST Philippe
       
      L3.3 Climate smart livestock
       
      HERRERO Mario
       
       
      L3.3 Climate smart livestock
       
      SOUSSANA Jean-François
       
       
      L3.3 Climate smart livestock
       
      HAVLIK Petr

       
      L3.3 Climate smart livestock
       
      GERBER Pierre
       
      L3.3 Climate smart livestock

      COLLIN Anne

      L3.3 Climate smart livestock
       
      INAMAGUA-UYAGUAR Juan Pablo & BEER John
       
      L3.4 Climate smart landscapes, watersheds & territories
       
      BEER John
       
       
      L3.4 Climate smart landscapes, watersheds & territories
       
      OSWALD-SPRING Úrsula
       
       
      L3.4 Climate smart landscapes, watersheds & territories
       
      BLAZY Jean-Marc
       
      L3.4 Climate smart landscapes, watersheds & territories
       
      LOCATELLI Bruno
       
      L3.4 Climate smart landscapes, watersheds & territories
       
      MINANG Peter A.
       
      L3.4 Climate smart landscapes, watersheds & territories
       
      FERREIRA Joice

       
      L3.5 Investment opportunities & funding instruments
       
      HEDGER Merylyn
       
       
      L3.5 Investment opportunities & funding instruments
       
      SEARCHINGER Tim
       

       
      L3.5 Investment opportunities & funding instruments

      IGNACIUK Ada


      L3.5 Investment opportunities and funding instruments
       
      IGLESIAS Ana
       

       
      L3.5 Investment opportunities and funding instruments
       
      AVAGYAN Armine
       

       
      L3.5 Investment opportunities and funding instruments
       
      GREATREX Helen
       

       
      Plenary P4:
      Feedback from L1 parallel
      sessions
       
      MINANG Peter & CHOTTE Jean-Luc
      Plenary P5:
      Feedback from L2 parallel
      sessions
       
      JACKSON Louise & TORQUEBIAU Emmanuel
      Plenary P6:
      Feedback from L3 parallel
      sessions
       
      LIPPER Leslie & SOUSSANA Jean-François
      Talk by Ambassador and Special Representative of the French Government for COP21
       
      TUBIANA Laurence
       
      Plenary P7 Round Table
       
      RESTREPO IBIZA Juan Lucas, BURGER Patrice, MURAKAMI Shimpei, LIPPER Leslie, ALLAHOURY Amadou
       
      Closing Session
       
      CHOTTE Jean-Luc, SOUSSANA Jean-François, BWALYA Martin, CARON Patrick
       
       

      Instructions for presenters

        Instructions for oral presentations || Instructions for poster presentations ||  Poster sessions ||  Poster Guidelines

       

      Instructions for oral presentations

      Equipment:

      Each room will be equipped for presentation of Power Point slides, including sound system, a computer (connected to the sound system), data projector and lectern. Multimedia clips should be embedded in the slides.
       
      Loading presentations:
      Starting from Sunday evening, but not later than during the poster session that precedes the assigned parallel session, presenters will provide their slides (and associated files) on a memory stick to one of the onsite dedicated organisers who will load the presentations on the computer. The title of the file should start by the number of the parallel session (e.g. L2.1, L2.2, L3.1 etc…), followed by the complete name of the presenting author.
       
      Instructions for oral presentations:
      Five parallel sessions for offered abstracts selected for oral presentation will be organised in different meeting rooms. Please make sure that you attend the correct parallel session (cf. programme). Also, please check the detailed synopsis of sessions to better adapt your presentation to the expectations and specificities of your selected/re-assigned session.
      Each parallel session starts with 2 keynote talks by distinguished speakers identified by the Scientific Committee of the Conference.
      Then one and a half hour is dedicated to posters and a coffee break.
      Finally, oral presentations are allocated 13 minutes to speak. At the end of all offered oral presentations, 30 minutes will be allocated for discussions with all the speakers.
      Two minutes will be provided for changeover. Presenters are asked to avoid too broad an introduction to allow sufficient depth in the talk.
       
      Presentation preparation guidelines:
      Please use this conference PowerPoint template for the preparation of your presentation. Your slides (in English) should be a visual aid supporting your talk (in English) therefore it is better to have more images than text in your slides. A minimum of 18‐point font size for the text is recommended. Contrasting colours between background and text is advisable. Finally, please be aware of the time limit and prepare a realistic number of slides.

      Instructions for poster presentations

      Instructions for posters:
      Presenters should register at the Welcome desk on arrival at the conference venue.
      Posters will be allocated a panel that will be displayed for the duration of the poster session to which it has been assigned. Materials to attach posters will be provided by the conference organisers. Poster presenters are responsible for setting up and removing their poster before and after the allocated poster session. To find out the time frames for mounting and removing the posters for each poster session, please refer to the table below.

      Poster sessions

       
      Mount posters
      Stand by board for Q&A
      Remove posters
      Poster session 1
      Sunday evening or Monday from 7:30 to 11:00
      Monday
      15:00 to 16:30
      Monday after 18:00
      Poster session 2
      Monday from 18:00 to Tuesday 11:00
      Tuesday
      15:00 to 16:30
      Tuesday after 18:00
      Poster session 3
      Tuesday from 18:00 to Wednesday 8:30
      Wednesday
      9:30 to 11:00
      Wednesday after 18:00

      A new document is now available (see below), were all poster selected abstracts are listed and assigned to one of the three poster sessions. Please check this document to find out to which poster session your abstract has been assigned and to note the number that has been allocated to your abstract. When mounting your poster, you will need to check the poster panels and find the one numbered the same as your abstract.

      ALL POSTERS per session and numbers available here

      Poster guidelines

      The available surface for your poster is adapted to A0 format: • 117 cm (height) x 96 cm (width) • 46.5 in (height) x 37.8 in (width) 

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      Poster preparation guidelines:
      The posters should be no larger than A0 format: • 117 cm (height) x 96 cm (width) • 46.5 in (height) x 37.8 in (width), in portrait format (no landscape). See poster size and orientation in the left image. Authors are asked to attend their poster during the allocated poster viewing time to discuss their work with the other delegates.
       
      Your posters (to be written in English) should be a stand‐alone visual representation of your submitted abstract. The title of your poster should be the same as the abstract and authors’ names should be included. The poster should be readable from up to 2 metres. 48‐ to 60‐point font size is recommended for headings and 24‐ to 32‐point font size for the content. Text should be concise and easy to read. Enhance your message with colour and pictures by presenting results and concepts graphically. Figures should not be smaller than 12 cm x 18 cm and all figures require short, informative captions.


      The call for abstracts is now closed
       
      Updated: 30 July 2015

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