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From the IPBC Board
Dear colleagues and friends, First, let me…
Welcome you to our very first newsletter! Some of you may not have received much feedback in the last few months but we want to assure you that we have been active! Hence, this brand new IPBC Newsletter to keep you posted, And which will probably become a recurring (if not entirely regular at first) publication. We will work on form and content, as well as diffusion methods.All suggestions are welcome!
Main editor: Stéphane La Branche
Contributors: Camille Lefrançois and Jacques Fradin
Thanks to Uri Roll for the Visual.
Waterloo’s Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) is the IPBC’s institutional host in Canada. As the IPBC’s research program takes shape over the next several years, researchers and graduate students based at the University of Waterloo will have the opportunity to participate directly in the IPBC’s work. Waterloo’s IC3 is a natural fit for the Canadian chapter, with leading researchers in environmental issues and climate mitigation. With over 90 faculty members from more than 26 academic departments and several external organizations, IC3 supports Waterloo’s top researchers in both the social and natural sciences to respond effectively to climate change.
The Faculty of Psychology of the University of Warsaw supports the initiative to establish an interdisciplinary, International Panel for Behavior Change (IPBC. The aim of the panel is to develop and propose solutions that respond to global challenges related to environmental, climate and health threats. We encourage you to read the content The IPBC Manifesto and to express your support by signing at https://gieco-ipbc.org/en/