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California Climate Change Symposium
Sixth Annual: September 8 thru 10, 2009
Sacramento Convention Center

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Jim Hansen, NASA
2006 Conference
Keynote Speaker

California Academy
of Sciences

With Major Exhibit
California and
Climate Change:
Altered State

Dr. Pachauri
Director IPCC
2006 Keynote Speaker

State Programs,
Including: California
Climate Champions

Leading Resources,
Published in California

Global Warming
Museum Exhibits

Art Rosenfeld
CEC Commissioner

TV and newspaper

This on-line coverage of
conference in partnership
with National Sciences Digital Library

Sixth Annual Conference
6th Annual California Climate Change Research Symposium
Sacramento Convention Center
Tuesday September 8  - Thursday September 10, 2009

Sponsored by: California Energy Commission
California Environmental Protection Agency
California Resources Agency

2009 Exhibits
Symposium Site: •Registration •Speakers •Posters •Agenda •Accomodations

Exhibits:Education and Public Outreach Programs
Within California and From Around the World
On Climate Change and Solutions

James Hansen of NASA, in opening of 2006 conference keynote speech:
"We must bridge the vast gap between what scientists know
and what the public understands."

Registration fees: General audience -- $100.
State and Local Agency Employees -- Just $20! 
Students or Postdoctoral Researchers: Free to first 25 registrants and $20 for the rest.
News media representatives may register for the conference for free.
Exhibitors must register if attending sessions & conference events beyond exhibit area.

Sacramento Convention Center:  Home Page
Exhibits & Conference this year on Third Floor / Ballroom Level

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 2006: Third Annual Conference -- with Photos

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