Current Forum

The MIT Global Change Forum invites representatives of industry, government, NGOs and research groups to discuss the evolving science and policy of the climate issue. The Forum is designed to promote interaction among disparate stakeholders and provides an informal, "off-the-record" setting for independent assessment of studies and policy proposals.

XXXVIII (38th) MIT Global Change Forum

in collaboration with UN University-World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER) and the Government of South Africa, Depts. of National Treasury, Environmental Affairs, Science and Technology, and the National Planning Commission.

Proposed Theme:

Environmental Change and Economic Development in Sub-Sahara Africa: Equity Issues and Trade-offs

7-9 October 2015

Location:  Johannesburg/Pretoria region, South Africa

Forum attendance is by invitation only. Please contact fkg@mit.edu.