Nurlan Abayev - speaker of CACCC 2020

Publication date: 12 October 2020
Nurlan Abayev - speaker of CACCC 2020

The Third Central Asia Climate Change Conference (CACCC 2020) will be held online on October 19-23, 2020. The objective of the conference is to strengthen a regional dialogue on climate change and sustainable development through the information and knowledge exchange in Central Asia. You can get more detailed information on the CACCC-2020 here.

A series of our publications will be dedicated to the speakers of the upcoming event. And, today, we would like to introduce you to Abayev Nurlan, Director of the Scientific Research Center of the national state enterprise “Kazhydromet”. His presentation on the integration of new methods and tools in the climate research will take place on October 20, 2020, as part of the thematic session of the CACCC 2020 second day.


Abayev Nurlan Nusipbaevich - Director of the Scientific Research Center of the national state enterprise "Kazhydromet".

In 2012 he obtained his bachelor's degree in hydrometeorology from the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU). From 2012 to 2014 he was doing his Master's degree in meteorology.

As far as his professional career is concerned, he started working as an engineer-forecaster at the Kazhydromet in 2012. At different times he held the positions of a lead engineer, of the Head of the office of Applied Climatology and of the Office of Meteorological Research. In the period of 2014-2015, he also completed training in Satellite Meteorology and Global Climate at the Space Research Center, (SAC, ISRO) Ahmedabad, India.

In 2015, he entered the post-graduate studies at the Kyrgyz State Universisty named after I. Arabaev, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, specializing in geoecology.

Stay tuned for further updates to know about other speakers of the CACCC-2020

Climate  Adaptation and Mitigation Program for Aral Sea Basin or CAMP4ASB is implemented by CAREC and financed by the World Bank. Project aims to enhance regionally coordinated access to improved climate change knowledge services for key stakeholders (e.g., policy makers, communities, and civil society) in participating Central Asian countries as well as to increased investments and capacity building that, combined, will address climate challenges common to these countries.CAMP4ASB is implemented in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan during the period from 2016 to 2021.

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