Albedo & Climate Change Mitigation - December 3-4, 2020
Can albedo change offset the climate benefit of carbon sequestrating practices?
The climate benefit of land use and land use change is often quantified through the change in biochemical aspects, especially soil organic carbon stocks and greenhouse gases emissions. However, recent studies suggest that biophysical aspects, such as albedo change, should also be considered to better estimate the radiative forcing of different practices.
- Ryan M. BRIGHT (Norwegian Institute for Bioeconomy Research, NIBIO)
- Eric CESCHIA (Centre d'Etudes Spatiales de la Biosphère, CESBIO)
- Philippe CIAIS (Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement, LSCE/CEA)
- Edouard DAVIN (ETHZ, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science)
- Morgan FERLICOQ (CESBIO)
- Lorenzo GENESIO (Institute for Bioeconomy of the National Research Council)
- Emanuele LUGATO (Joint Research Center of the European Commission)
- Sebastiaan LUYSSAERT (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
- Jean-Louis ROUJEAN (CNRS)
- Sonia SENEVIRATNE (ETHZ, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science)
- Petra SIEBER (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)
- Aude VALADE (CIRAD)
The Albedo & Climate Change Mitigation Workshop took place on December 3 and 4, 2020 by videoconference and was attended by more that 300 participants!
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made by our speakers during the workshop.
Organizers & Sponsors
A workshop organized by CIRAD and the CLAND Convergence Institute, with the support of the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases and the 4 per Thousand Initiative.