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New climate risk assessment tools launched by Oasis H2020_Insurance
Models, tools and services developed in case studies of the EU project 'Oasis H2020_Insurance' are made available on the oasishub.co website. The project also resulted in the launch of films and webinars discussing new climate risk tools for flooding, wildfire, smallholder agriculture, typhoons and climate & health.
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Consultation of local authorities on climate adaptation challenges
Today more than ever, the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) sees how human health, economy and climate change are strictly related. Despite the challenging times, they would like to consult you on the topic of Adaptation to climate change, in preparation for the contribution of the CoR to the future EU Adaptation Strategy.
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EEA story maps on projected climate change impacts
Recently published maps presenting a story about how Europe might be affected by key climate hazards such as droughts, floods, forest fires and sea level rise during the 21st century. These maps are based on different greenhouse gas emissions scenarios and climate models published by the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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REGREEN accelerates transition towards green, healthy and equitable cities
The 4-year Horizon 2020 project, REGREEN, was launched in September 2019. The project focuses on present and near-future challenges that cities are faced with, such as climate change impacts (flooding, heat islands), air pollution, and biodiversity decline, and how Nature-based Solutions can address these challenges in new ways.
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PESETA IV project report on climate change in Europe
The fourth study of the Projection of Economic impact of climate change in Sectors of the European Union based on bottom-up Analysis (PESETA) aims to better understand the effects of climate change in Europe, for a number of climate change impacts and sectors, and how these effects could be avoided with mitigation and adaptation policies.
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