Participates in 2 items
Patrick Grenier, Ph.D, is research scientist at Ouranos, a consortium on regional climatology and adaptation to climate change, and adjunct professor at ESCER centre (UQAM), with a background in physics and in environmental sciences. During the last ten years, he developed climate scenarios for projects in collaboration with researchers in diverse sectors impacted by climate change, including agriculture, tourism, insurance, wind energy and infrastructures. He also led research activities for improving climate scenario methods, and recently gained interest in including conceptual tools from philosophy in his work. He is contributing author for the upcoming 6th assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Sessions in which Patrick Grenier participates
- Day 2 - Designing and Computing Climate Change Models: From ‘Limits to Growth’ to IPCC's Reports
- 9:29 AM EDT - 9:30 AM EDT | 1 minute
- Jean-Pierre Blanchet and Patrick Grenier: Observations and Representation of Climate Processes: From Understanding to Evaluation for Climate Services
- 12:35 PM EDT - 1:50 PM EDT | 1 hour 15 minutes
- Central to solving the climate change problem is the design of sophisticated observational means and model systems. The integration of reliable mea...