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How do I register for the conference?
You can find information on how to register here: https://icrc-cordex2023.cordex.org/registration/
On this page you choose which venue you would like to register for Trieste, Italy or Pune, India.
Is it possible to apply for financial support for in person participation?
Yes, you can read about the criteria for the financial support here: https://icrc-cordex2023.cordex.org/registration/financial-support/
The application for financial support is made when registering for the conference.
Is it possible to register as participant without submitting an abstract?
Yes, you can register without submitting an abstract. It is however not possibly to be granted financial support without having submitted an abstract.
How do I enter the recommendation letter in the registration system for Trieste?
When you have submitted your application and if you have applied for financial support you will find a request for action in the system that says "Invite referee" there you can find further information on how to proceed with the recommendation letter.
How do I pay the registration fee for participation in Trieste?
You will receive an invitation letter with a link to the payment system when the reviewing of abstract and financial support is finalized.
Do I need a visa to enter Italy and how do I apply for a visa?
It depends on which is your country of origin. Please go here: Visa for Italy
Do I need a visa to enter India and how do I apply for a visa?
It depends on which is your country of origin. Please go here: Visa for India
What is regional downscaling?
A Global Climate Model (GCM) can provide reliable prediction information on scales of around 1000 by 1000km covering what could be a vastly differing landscape (from very mountainous to flat coastal plains for example) with greatly varying potential for floods, droughts or other extreme events. Regional Climate Models (RCM) and Empirical Statistical Downscaling (ESD), applied over a limited area and driven by GCMs can provide information on much smaller scales supporting more detailed impact and adaptation assessment and planning, which is vital in many vulnerable regions of the world.
Why do we need regional climate downscaling?
Global Climate Models (GCM) can provide us with projections of how the climate of the earth may change in the future. These results are the main motivation for the international community to take decisions on climate change mitigation. However, the impacts of a changing climate, and the adaptation strategies required to deal with them, will occur on more regional and national scales. This is where Regional Climate Downscaling (RCD) has an important role to play by providing projections with much greater detail and more accurate representation of localised extreme events.