Violet Wulf-Saena has served as an international climate change expert for over ten years working with the United Nations’ Least Developed Countries and Small Island States to protect communities from the impacts of climate change.
Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University
I am a post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Earth Observatory of Singapore. My research focuses on reconstructing past sea level and environmental change in Singapore and Southeast Asia using geological proxies.
Currently working as Associate Professor at Utrecht University, I am also affiliated to Deltares where I lead the strategic research program on climate adaptation. The focus of my work is assessing societal impacts of climate change.
Dr. Angélique Melet is a physical oceanographer specialized in sea level changes, with a focus on the coasts. She contributes to the development of climate services dealing with sea level changes and related risks.
My research focuses on building resilience in the face of the climate crisis. I bring together the fields of urban ecology and environmental planning to investigate the management and design of sustainable places.
I lead the PUB Coastal Protection Department to drive and coordinate whole-of-government efforts to develop long-term strategies to protect Singapore from the threats of rising sea levels and to address both coastal and inland flood risks holistically.
Anh Cao is a PhD candidate in the University of Tokyo, working on adaptation trends in practices in Asian deltaic coastal cities and identifying adaptation measures against flooding induced by sea level rise.
I am an internationally recognized expert in using computer-based models of Earth's climate system to investigate past climate change and climate variability. I am in the IPCC Working Group and Co-chair of the Community Earth System Model Paleoclimate Working Group.