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Heatwaves and Public Health

The Environment, Climate and Health Cooperation Project (ÇİSİP in Turkish) was launched by the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL), HASUDER (Association of Public Health Professionals-Turkey) and Kocaeli University Department of Public Health in April 2020. Funded by the European Union, CISIP’s aim is to bring together all environmental health actors in Turkey and to support health professionals in the fields of environmental and climate policies

CLIME

CLIME is a climate service developed by Regional Models and geo-Hydrological Impacts Division (REMHI) of CMCC Foundation, to provide climate data and solutions to different types of users with different backgrounds and needs. CLIME is able to take care of the whole information production chain: from the climate data collection/storage since processing of climate data according to user needs

Water, energy and climate benefits of urban greening throughout Europe under different climatic scenarios

Green surfacing (the conversion of urban surfaces to green surfaces) is associated with water, energy, climate, and well-being benefits. In this study, an EU-wide assessment was conducted to quantify the costs and benefits of green surfacing for different climate scenarios. The results suggest that they provide a multifunctional, cost-effective solution to the emerging risks of climate change and urbanization.

EARTH SYSTEM MODELS FOR THE FUTURE

ESM2025 is a European research project on Earth system numerical modelling focusing on the representation of interactions and couplings between Earth system model (ESM) components. It aims to improve key climate processes and better represent the full Earth system response to anthropogenic emissions and land-use change

Alpine Forest Fire Warning System

The ALP FFIRS project aims to improve forest fire prevention under a changing climate in the Alpine Space, by creating a shared warning system based on weather conditions. The fire regime at any given location is the result of complex interactions between fuels, social issues, topography, ignitions and weather conditions

IPCC Sixth Assessment Report

In its sixth assessment cycle, the IPCC is producing the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) with contributions by its three Working Groups and a Synthesis Report, three Special Reports, and a refinement to its latest Methodology Report.

Adapting to the impacts of Climate Change in the Vipava Valley

The principal objective of the LIFE ViVaCCAdapt project is to develop a comprehensive strategy for climate change adaptation, taking into account the specificities of the Vipava Valley region. Agriculture is an important element of the regional economy of the Vipava valley

Using Climate-ADAPT: How to submit a new item in Climate-ADAPT database

This video explains how registered content providers can submit any type of database item, such as publications and reports, information portals, guidance documents, tools, research and knowledge projects, organisations, videos, through the 'Share your information' page. It also stresses how important is to carefully prepare quality content and how to use the right keywords for better searchability

Boosting adaptation to climate change: National and EU level knowledge and tools for Slovenia

Co-organised with the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning in Slovenia, this webinar offered an overview of available adaptation knowledge, guidance, and tools on knowledge platforms at national level in Slovenia and at the EU level (Climate-ADAPT) such as high-quality climate data, an urban adaptation support tool, adaptation policy information and case studies. The webinar also provided a reflection on how the available information is being used and which knowledge gaps need to be addressed at EU and the country level

GAR Special Report on Drought 2021

The GAR Special Report on Drought 2021 explores the systemic nature of drought and its impacts on achievement of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, the SDGs and human and ecosystems health and wellbeing.

Assessment of Climate change in Ports of Southwest Europe

Nowadays, European Ports are experiencing air and water temperature increases, rising sea levels, and changes in seasonal precipitation, wind and wave conditions. Many are also seeing more frequent and severe extreme events such as storms, heatwaves and droughts

Smart Control of the Climate Resilience in European Coastal Cities

The intensification of extreme weather events, coastal erosion and sea-level rise are major challenges to be urgently addressed by European coastal cities. The science behind these disruptive phenomena is complex, and advancing climate resilience requires progress in data acquisition, forecasting, and understanding of the potential risks and impacts for real-scenario interventions

Danish Portal for Adaptation to Climate Change

The Danish Portal for Adaptation to Climate Change (klimatilpasning) presents existing knowledge on climate change and climate change adaptation within a number of areas. The information is targeted at individuals, municipalities and businesses

Coastal Climate Core Services

The CoCliCo project is developing an open-source web platform informing users on present-day and future coastal risks with the goal of improving decision-making on coastal risk management and adaptation, by establishing an integrated core service dedicated to coastal adaptation to sea-level rise. The project is built on the awareness of sea-level rise and coastal flooding consequences

Strategies for increasing the WATer use efficiency of semi-arid Mediterranean watersheds and agrosilvopastoral systems under climate CHange

The project aims to develop innovative methodologies to increase the social-ecological Water Use Efficiency of managed ecosystems along the Mediterranean biome in the face of drier and more extremes climates. It relies on 9 study sites (3 in Italy, 1 in Algeria, 1 in Cyprus, 2 in Tunisia, 1 in France, and 1 in Egypt), which cover a wide range of spatial scales, climate and ecosystems

United Nation Development Program

As the UN agency working on sustainable development, UNDP has a mandate of supporting countries as they move towards low carbon development paths, more sustainable use of natural resources and resilience to climate change and disasters.

The International Association of National Public Health Institutes

IANPHI is the only organization that strengthens national public health institutes (NPHIs) using an evidence-based international framework for development. Its unique peer-to-peer model, supported by targeted investments, leads to long-term national self-sufficiency

Sub-seasonal to Seasonal climate forecasting for Energy

S2S4E was a three-year project conducting research on climate services for clean energy. The consortium included climate research institutions, renewable energy producers, a consulting company and other industrial partners from seven countries across Europe

Innovation in Climate Services Provision

The project INNOVA helps the society managing the impacts of climatic change and finding innovative climate risk management solutions, and extreme risk response options. This project emphasis on cutting-edge climate services research by a combination of social and economic innovation

European Research Area for Climate Services

The European Research Area for Climate Services (ERA4CS) consortium aims to boost research for climate adaptation, mitigation and disaster risk management, allowing regions, cities and key economic sectors to develop opportunities and strengthen Europe’s leadership. Climate services provide knowledge to face impacts of climate variability and change, as well as guidance both, to researchers and decision‐makers, in policy and business

Development of a Decision Support System for Improved Resilience & Sustainable Reconstruction of historic areas to cope with Climate Change & Extreme Events based on Novel Sensors and Modelling Tools

Recent studies highlight the potential impact of Climate Change and geo-hazards (such as landslides and earthquakes) on historic areas hosting Cultural Heritage sites and monuments, which in turn yield significant adverse impacts on economies, politics and societies. The deterioration of Cultural Heritage sites is one of the biggest challenges in conservation; aspects such as building technologies/materials, structural responses, preventive measures and restoration strategies, resilience and adaptation methodologies must be considered

Climate Change Scenario Services: Mapping the future

The SENSES project revolved around the use of so-called climate services - easily accessible tools to share scientific information about climate scenarios with other users. Within the project there was a Dutch case study - the river basin of the Overijsselse Vecht

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