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e-Laboratory on Climate System / Human System Interaction (CSHSI)

Challenges[edit | edit source]

Today, one of the main challenges for future generations of man is to understand how highly complex systems such as the human and the climate systems interact, what place conscious individuals occupy in this mega-system, and how to provide realistic pathways to sustainable development from both global and inter-generational perspectives. Facing this challenge with cooperation across scientific disciplines will create an integrative vision of different aspects of the interaction of complex human and climate systems: (physics, climatology, agronomy, hydrology, environmental engineering, geography, ecology, economics, political sciences, anthropology, psychology, linguistics, neurobiology, educational sciences, etc). Including mathematicians can permit the development of models. Taking into consideration inter-cultural, inter-regional and inter-sectorial visions can provide research with a very wide data base and a large variety of situations. The objective of the CSHSI laboratory is to create an international forum with an interdisciplinary perspective and an integrative as well as predictive approach to the organisation, adaptation, modification and transformation of the highly complex “mega-system” of interactions between the human and the climate systems.

Organisation[edit | edit source]

The project, is comprised of several “work packages”, all of which relate to the main challenge of studying the interaction betwe

I/. Different levels of research and teaching programs 1/. Individual level: cognition, emotion, behavior, language / climate-climate change; 2/. Small scale systems: local agriculture, fishing, pasturing / climate-climate change; 3/. Regional scale systems: production, consumption, commerce / climate-climate change; 4/. National systems: politics, economy, energy / climate-climate change; 5/. International/global systems: economy, energy, institutions, commerce / climate-climate change

II/. Different fields of research and teaching programs: 1/. Complex system behaviour in climate change 2/. Sustainable development / climate-climate change; 3/. Basic human needs, for example: nutrition / climate-climate change; 4/. Technology / climate-climate change; 5/. Modification of ecosystems / climate-climate change 6/. Information, knowledge, media, scientific research, education / climate-climate change 7/. Psycho-social dynamics in relation to risks and sustainable development issues; 8/. Climate change and education for sustainable development

III/. Modelling of interaction between climate system / human system 1/. “Level” model; 2/. “Field” model; 3/. Integrative model: climate system / human system;

IV. Key theoretical issues: Reversibility/irreversibility, Unpredictability/uncertainty, Risk, Evolution, Time scales, Spatial scales, Hazards, Hierarchy, Basic needs, Conflicts, Laws, Continuity/discontinuity, Adaptation, Transformation, Resilience, Cognition, Behaviour, Extinction, Chaos, Systems-thinking, Strategic planning, Complexity, etc.

Position[edit | edit source]

We define climate system in accordance with the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5, 2014) as “a highly complex system consisting of five major components: the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the cryosphere, the land surface and the biosphere, and the interactions between them.” Climate change is also defined according to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5, 2014) as “a statistically significant variation in either the mean state of the climate or in its variability, persisting for an extended period (typically decades or longer). Climate change may be due to natural internal processes or external forcing, or to persistent anthropogenic changes in the composition of the atmosphere or in land use”. We define human system partly as “a system in which human organizations play a major role. Often, but not always, the term is synonymous with "society" or "social system" (e.g., agricultural system, political system, technological system, economic system).” (IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5, 2014). We enlarge this definition to include humans as being situated between a biological existence and the indispensable use of the bio-physical and climatic systems in order to maintain their way of life. We also situate the individual in the human system. Taking into account the complexity of the CSHSI project, the research team will take a neutral scientific position

Societal challenges[edit | edit source]

The CSHSI e-laboratory will provide important findings about sustainable development, incorporating climatic, societal and individual parameters that take into account territorial as well as global systems. It will focus on extreme situations and on perspectives and limits of prevention, adaptation and transformation as well. The project allows local experiences and individual characteristics to be included in an integrative model.

Name, e-mail, website and institution[edit | edit source]

The responsibles for the e-laboratory[edit | edit source]

Annamaria Lammel | anlammel@gmail.com | http://http://paragraphe.info/ | Laboratory Paragraphe, University Paris 8, Saint-Denis, France Jean-Marc Meunier | jmeunier@univ-paris8.fr | http://http://paragraphe.info/ | Laboratory Paragraphe, University Paris 8, Saint-Denis, France

list of the teams participating in the e-laboratory[edit | edit source]

  • France
    • Marie-Paule Bonnet, Senior researcher, hydrology, mathematics, IRD - France
    • Esther Katz, Senior researcher, anthropology, IRD – France, UMR 208 PALOC (Patrimoines Locaux)
    • Ferenc Fodor, Senior researcher, EDF, Research groupe LASCO, Université Paris Descartes
    • Chantal Pacteau, Deputy Director at the Paris Consortium Climate-Environment-Society. Agronomy, Cognitive Sciences, Senior research scientist at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)
    • Jean-Baptiste Comby, Media and Political Sociology, Associate Professor, University Paris 2, French Press Institute Researcher at the Center for Interdisciplinaries Research and Analysis on Medias. <jbay20@gmail.com>
    • Jean-Paule Vanderlinden,Professor in economic sciences, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Deputy Director of the Observatory of Versailles Saint-Quentin
  • Brasil / France
    • Anne-Elisabeth Laques, Senior researcher, (DR2 IRD UMR ESPACE-DEV) actually at the University of Brasilia, Department of Geography
    • Marcel Bursztyn, Professor at the "Universidade de Brasília", Director of the Center for Sustainable Development, <marcel.cds@gmail.com>
  • Danemark
    • Jeppe Læssøe, Professor at Department of Eduction, psychology, communication, education, Aarhus University
  • Mexico
    • Dra. Esthela Gutiérrez Garza, Director, Political sciences, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico
    • Dr. Esteban Picazzo Palencia , Researcher, economic sciences, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico (esteban.picazzopln@uanl.edu.mx)
    • Dr Julio César Puente Quintanilla, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico, julio.puenteo@uanl.mx
  • New Zealand
    • Taciano Milfont, Senior lecturer, social psychology, Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research, School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington | PO Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand, taciano.milfont@vuw.ac.nz
  • Norway
    • Trine Dahl, Professor of linguistics and intercultural communication, at the Norwegian School of Economics
    • Kjersti Flottum Professor of French linguistics, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Bergen, Norway, Personal website, University of Bergen: http://www.uib.no/personer/Kjersti.Flottum, E-mail: kjersti.flottum@if.uib.no
  • Spain
    • Joaquín Díaz Alonso, Full professor in Theoretical and atmospheric physics, Departamento de Física, Universidad de Oviedo
    • José Vicente Peña Calvo. Professor of sociology and education, Universidad de Oviedo
    • José Ángel Rodríguez Méndez, Professor in Mathematics Universidad de Oviedo
  • Italy
    • Federico Pasquaré Mariotto, Geologist, Associate Professor, Insubria University, Varese
  • Hungary
    • Péter Bodor, Senior lecturer in social psychology, University of Sciences Eötvös Lorand, Budapest, Department of sociology
  • Germany
    • Torsten Grothmann, senior scientist in the Ecological Economics Group, Department of Economics, Business Administration and Law at the University of Oldenburg, <torsten.grothmann@uni-oldenburg.de>
  • England
    • Dr. Stewart Barr, Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Exeter, Programme Director for the BA, Geography degree programme, Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences University of Exeter
  • Australia
    • Roger Jones, Professorial Research Fellow in the Victoria Institute for Strategic Economic Studies, Earth Science, Ph.D Environmental Engineering, Melbourne Victoria University
  • India
    • Ranjay K Singh, Principal Scientist (Equivalent to Professor) of Agriculture and Rural Social Systems, ICAR-Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal, Haryana, India
    • Dr. G. V. Uma, computer science, engineering, Center for climate change and adaptation research; Anna University,Chennai,
    • Ramachandran Andimuthu Professor, climatology, Center for climate change and adaptation research; Anna University,Chennai,
    • Dr.K.Palanivelu, Director of Center for Climate Change and Adaptation Research, Anna University Chennai-600 025,India., climate modeling, kpvelu@annauniv.edu
    • Dhanya Praveen PhD student, Research Addistant, Center for climate change and adaptation research; Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
  • South Africa
    • Nicholas King, Ph D. Independent Consultant and Researcher in global change and sustainability: global change analyst; global futures strategist.

e-laboratory Scientific Committee[edit | edit source]

  • Prof Alessandro Tibaldi, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy
  • Prof. Shigeo Kobayashi, University of Kyoto, Japan

(to be completed)

URL for the Website and/or Wiki of the e-laboratory[edit | edit source]

Grid, Cloud, or other network utilities to be used[edit | edit source]

To be completed

Data and/or Tools to be shared[edit | edit source]

To be completed

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