Dear Colleagues,
You are invited to join the Climate Change Working Group (CCWG 2011), third 
annual Energy and Climate Change Conference focused on the practical 
applications of social and behavioral research to achieve viable solutions to 
energy/climate challenges. It builds on the overwhelming success of previous 
CCWG conferences at which 800 participants from universities, government, 
corporations and organizations discussed successful policy and program 
strategies, shared important research findings, and created dynamic new 
networks and collaborations.
Conveners: Climate Change Working Group-147 Stoke Newington High St N16 0NY, 
London, United Kingdom. Ph +447024031587, +447024062005, +447024061030
Call for Presentation Abstracts: The CCWG 2011 Organizing Committee requests 
proposals for presentations from policymakers, businesses, social scientists, 
researchers, media specialists, marketers, energy experts, program designers, 
implementers, and evaluators. We invite proposals for three types of 
1.Oral Presentations (15-20 minute formal presentations and slides)
2.Lightning Talks (5-7 minute presentations - highlights of results, insights, 
or novel/transformative ideas)
3.Poster Presentations (informal presentations)
We are seeking well-documented, effective applications of behavioral approaches 
in energy/climate policies and programs; new behavioral research findings; 
successful programs/scale-ups; measured results; and best practices. We are 
also interested in thoughtful discussions of emerging policy/program issues, 
behavioral research methods, and selected novel/transformative ideas.
Topic Areas: Abstracts must be submitted online fewer than one of the following 
categories; if your topic doesn't fit easily into one of these categories (or 
if it fits into multiple categories) please choose the closest match.
·Climate Change and the Oceans
·Sustainable Development, Environment, Health and Development
·Remote Sensing and Global Surveillance
·Water Resources Management
·Carbon & GHG Management
·Extreme Events and Impacts Assessment
·Greenhouse Gas & Ecosystems
·Human Health In a Changing Climate
·Agricultural and Forestry Resources Management
·Clean Energy Technology
·Low GHG Transportation
·Education: Global Change & Sustainable Development
·Case studies.
Proposal Submission: Interested presenters should submit an abstract of less 
than 250 words of text summarizing the proposed presentation and a short bio 
(100 words, email: or fax on: +44 702, 402 7401 +44 844 
774 5795 by January 07, 2010. Submissions will be judged on relevance to 
conference themes, clarity of thought, data/documented results, creativity, fit 
in conference program and other criteria. Deadline for notification of 
acceptance is January 14 2011.
Conference Registration: All presenters are expected to register online by 
January 07 2011. Registration is free of charge for delegates from developing 
countries. Also free flight ticket, travel insurance, visa fees and per diem to 
be provided for all paper presenters and participating delegates.

For more details on online registration, abstract submission, full papers and 
power point presentation, accommodation, flight, and venue, please email: or fax on +44 702 402 7401.
 Important dates:
07 January 2011        Deadline for abstract submission
14 January 2011        Notification of acceptance/Full paper Submissions
27-31 January 2011     Conference Dates
We look forward to seeing you at the conference.
Kathryn Martins
Climate Change Working Group
147 Stoke Newington High St N16 0NY,
London, United Kingdom.
Ph: (+44) 7011.133.900,(+44) 7024.031.587

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