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We are inviting people from all over the world to contribute poems to a new book on climate change. The top 20 will be selected for publication and will receive a small honorarium as thanks.

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This intensive 2-week course is aimed at advanced PhD students and post-doctoral researchers in the natural sciences who want to develop a solid understanding of the role of key greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the Earth system and the processes that govern their dynamics in the atmosphere, ocean and biosphere. The application deadline has been extended to 25 May.

Read more: International Summer School on Global Greenhouse Gases 2017

We invite contributions to our session at the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU), 23-28 April 2016, on greenhouse gases on all scales and in all domains. The session with the title "Quantifying greenhouse gas fluxes on local, regional and global scales using atmosphere, ocean and biosphere measurements" particularly welcomes contributions that make connections across different domains, sub-disciplines and scales and continues our successful session from last year. The abstract deadline is 11 Jan 2017 (13.00 CET); abstracts can be submitted through the session page on the EGU website.

Read more: Greenhouse Gases at EGU 2017

Our EGU session on "Quantifying greenhouse gas fluxes on local, regional and global scales using atmosphere, ocean and biosphere measurements" has been scheduled for Monday, 18. April 2016. Our blocks fill most of the day, with a total of 18 oral presentations at 8.30-12:00 and 13:30-15:00. Posters are shown all day with author attendance (and drinks) at 17:30-19:00. The official programme for the European Geosciences Union General Assembly (17-22 April in Vienna) was published yesterday evening. With 67 abstracts in total, our session turned out to be a popular and large session, covering the topic of greenhouse gases from a variety of perspectives, using different methods in all relevant sub-disciplines and domains of Earth. The conveners thank all authors for contributing so many interesting abstracts of high quality and look forward to welcoming authors and many interested colleagues to an informative and engaging sesion.

This year's International Summer School on Global Greenhouse Gases will be held at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton on 2-12 August 2016. This intensive 10-day course is aimed at advanced PhD students and post-doctoral researchers in the natural sciences who want to develop a solid understanding of the role of key greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the Earth system and the processes that govern their dynamics in the atmosphere, ocean and biosphere. We now accept applications to the School - the deadline is 25 April 2016. More details and the application form are on the Summer School page.