A national conference will be held in Rome on the 27th and 28th of September, and the main goal will be to discuss and highlight the importance of research infrastructures in the context of environmental monitoring. The conference will be a moment of discussion to talk about the challenges and the opportunities associated with the possibility of using accurate, standardized and high-quality data collected by the various research infrastructures. Achieve carbon neutrality objectives is indeed necessary to fight the climate emergency.
Decarbonisation, climate neutrality, ecological transition, monitoring, collection and use of data. These are just some of the topics that will be discussed during the national conference ” Mission Carbon Neutrality: role, status and perspectives of environmental observations”, organized by ICOS Italy. The event, organized by ICOS Italy, will be held live in person the 27th and 28th of September in Rome, at the headquarters of the National Research Council, in Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7.
During the event, presentations by keynote speakers will introduce four specific sessions where the scientific community is invited to contribute, to discuss role, status and perspectives of research infrastructures in the long-term monitoring of environmental components, but also in the elaboration of strategies aiming to mitigate the effects of climate change.
More information about the event will be published shortly on the official website of ICOS Italy, including procedures and timing regarding the Call for Abstracts.