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Academics

Mentoring the next generation of ambitious scientists is the hallmark of GIST Professors

GCCA

기후변화아카데미
CLIMATE CHANGE ACADEMY
  • Homepage : http://gcca.gist.ac.kr
  • E-mail : gcca@gist.ac.kr
  • Tel : 062)715-3393 / Fax : 062)715-3394

Climate Change
Academy

  • 01GIST certificate
  • 02GIST Alumni Entitlement
  • 03Priority for special classes
  • 04GIST Industry-academia-research technical cooperation and technical consultation support
  • 05Networking through campus clubs and small group activities
  • 06Smart City training and inspection

MISSION

Training specialists in the 21st century and providing expertise and core competence to creatively respond to global climate change Understanding the impact of international consensus regarding the reduction of CO2 emissions made at COP21 in 2015 on most industrial activities and the paradigm shift of the energy industry, and fostering climate change experts who can lead the future growth of the climate industry.

Establishing a foundation for training future climate change leaders

Understanding up-to-date global advanced weather technology and promoting the weather industry

Fostering climate change professionals who can contribute to companies, organizations, and regional development.

The 21st yearly session of the C​onference ​Of the ​P​arties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 21) agreed on the final Paris Agreement (December 12, 2015)

COP21(The 21st yearly session of Conference Of the Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change)

Example Example
  • 195 Contracting Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) signed a final agreement on the establishment of a new climate change regime in 2020 at the Louvre exhibition near Paris on December 12, 2015.
  • The Paris Agreement is the first binding agreement that all 195 parties must comply with, unlike the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, where only industrialized countries had an obligation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Under the 31-page Paris Agreement, the Parties will endeavor to limit the rise in global mean temperature to 1.5°C, which is much lower than 2°C as compared to the pre-industrial level, for the long-term goal of a new climate change regime.