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Project conference on Bridging the gap for innovations in disaster resilience
The final conference of the H2020 project BRIGAID - Bridging The Gap For Innovations In Disaster Resilience - is about reducing the impact of climate related disasters such as extreme weather, drought and floods. You will learn about the tools and methods that are now available to support innovations and attend the first public presentation of the follow-up initiative “BRIGAID Connect”.
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Genetic resources - The key to adaptation of forests to global change
The aim of this science-to-policy event is to present and discuss the relevance and implications of recent research findings and guidelines for policy and practice. The main focus is the role of forest tree biodiversity, in particular genetic diversity, for the adaptation of forests to climate and land use change.
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Outermost regions Forum 2020: Together for a sustainable future
This event brings together the Presidents of nine outermost regions in Europe, Ministers from their Member States, the Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms and other members of the Commission, stakeholders and experts. The Forum will review progress made on a renewed strategic partnership with the EU’s outermost regions and will address climate change and biodiversity, circular economy and blue economy.
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11th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
Around 800 policymakers and political and economic experts will discuss the themes 'sustainability' and 'innovations' for a clean Baltic Sea, tackling climate change, green energy, sustainable transport, and health and well-being, making Baltic Sea region an attractive place to live and work.
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Arctic Frontiers: The Power of Knowledge
A global scientific conference on economic, societal and environmental sustainable growth in the north. Plenary program: State of the Arctic, The power of knowledge, Robust and resilient Arctic communities, Powered by knowledge, Arctic oceans – distant connections, Sustainable business development.
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Baltic Earth Conference (COVID-19 update -> cancelled)
Baltic Earth brings together a broad international community around core scientific issues identified as fundamental to informing societal efforts to achieve sustainability in the Baltic region. This 3rd edition is about earth system changes and Baltic Sea coasts in the atmosphere, on land and in the sea.
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Third World Symposium on Climate Change Communication (COVID-19 update -> cancelled)
The complexity of climate change means that appropriate approaches, methods and tools to communicate the problem, are urgently needed. The symposium will be a interdisciplinary event, mobilizing scholars, social movements, practitioners and members of governmental agencies, undertaking research and/or executing projects on climate change communication across the world.
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JPI Urban Europe Policy Conference 2020
On the backdrop of the EU green deal and the Urban Agenda for the EU, Europe is now working on an ambitious strategy to become the first climate-neutral continent. To reach this ambitious goal, urban transformations play a crucial role. Without getting neighbourhoods, towns, municipalities, cities and urban areas right, a great number of efforts will be lost.
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Water Innovation Europe 2020: A Water-Smart Society for a post-COVID19 Green Deal
Water Europe will host the digital Innovative Water Week with online plenary sessions, working group meetings, and digital networking and exhibition opportunities. One of the themes is about water efficiency and long-term water security in the context of climate change adaptation.
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PLACARD virtual conference: Adapting to Extremes
This 2-hour event will take stock of current collaboration between climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR), showcasing success stories and learning experiences. It will feature interactive activities, discussion breakout rooms and will encourage participants to actively engage in the exchange.
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