Conferences
12 May 2015 - 14 May 2015

FEEM sessions at the "European Climate Change Adaptation Conference" - ECCA 2015


Where: Copenhagen
Location:

Bella Center
Center Boulevard 5
DK-2300 Copenhagen

How to reach: Google map
Event's Timetable:


Tuesday 12 May, 2015 - Tursday 14 May, 2015

Information:


Søren Simonsen
sls@discongress.com

Abstract

The European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA) 2015 is an initiative of a number of major European research projects and other stakeholders. The conference will cover a broad range of issues related to climate change adaptation and follows international adaptation conferences in Australia (Gold Coast, Queensland) in 2010 and in the United States (Tucson, Arizona) in 2012. This European conference will place a greater emphasis on understanding and assessing adaptation in action under the theme:

Integrating climate adaptation action in science, policy, practice and business

Different types of sessions have been designed to combine scientific and practical knowledge, policy making processes and business cases.

  • Knowledge: sessions presenting and discussing the latest research results
  • Policy: background information on European, national and local adaptation strategies, policy integration and effectiveness
  • Practice: dialogues on costs and benefits, strategies, governance, tools, and implementation
  • Business: sessions on facilitating public-private partnerships and identifying business opportunities and solutions
  • Two sessions will be featuring the European Commission’s policy initiatives on climate services and nature-based solutions and their funding in Horizon 2020.

    Other sessions and workshops will cover a vast array of topics such as:
    · Risk assessment
    · Economics of adaptation
    · Governance of adaptation
    · Adaptation strategies and planning
    · Innovations for climate safe developments
    · Transitioning to decarbonized societies
    · Reconciling mitigation, adaptation and sustainable development
    · Practical experiences and lessons from adaptation efforts
    · Adaptation in cities and strategic economic sectors
    · Smart cities of the future
    · Business opportunities and Public-Private Partnerships for adaptation
    · Adaptation technologies
    · Climate-proofing of infrastructures and investments
    · Examples of adaptation (Case studies) and involvement of citizens and civil society
    · Site visits of adaptation demonstration projects in Copenhagen
    · Science, policy, practitioners and business interaction


    The three scientific projects behind ECCA 2015

    Base
    The EU research project "Bottom-Up Climate Adaptation Strategies for a Sustainable Europe" (BASE) supports action for sustainable climate change adaptation in Europe. BASE makes experiential and scientific information on adaptation meaningful, transferable and easily accessible to decision-makers at all levels. The project is funded under the EUs 7th Research Framework Programme (FP7). Read more at http://base-adaptation.eu/

    Ramses
    The main aim of this research project is to deliver much needed quantified evidence of the impacts of climate change and the costs and benefits of a wide range of adaptation measures, focusing on cities. RAMSES will engage with stakeholders to ensure this information is policy relevant and ultimately enables the design and implementation of adaptation strategies in the EU and beyond.The project will focus on climate impacts and adaptation strategies pertinent to urban areas due to their high social and economic importance.Read more at: http://www.ramses-cities.eu/

    ToPDad
    The Tool-supported policy development for regional adaptation (ToPDAd) is a €4.5 million research project funded by the European Commission.  The objective is to find the best strategies for businesses and regional governments to adapt to the expected short term and long term changes in climate. The consultancy VTT in Finland is the lead organisation, with participation from leading research communities across Europe. Read more at http://www.topdad.eu/
     

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    FEEM participates to ECCA 2015 organizing the following sessions:

    TUE 12 MAY “Adaptation policies and measures in the Mediterranean region”, chaired by Jaroslav Mysiak, FEEM

    FEEM presentations in this session:

    • Maria De Salvo, “Climate change impact on wheat in the Mediterranean Region”
    • Carlos Dionisio Pérez-Blanco, “Italy costs and benefits of incremental water pricing in agriculture. Lessons from the Regione Emilia Romagna in Italy”


    WED 13 MAY “An integrated perspective on climate change adaptation and mitigation. Insights from macroeconomic models”, chaired by Enrica De Cian, FEEM

    FEEM presentations in this session:

    • Francesco Bosello, “Catastrophic risk, precautionary abatement, and adaptation transfers”
    • Johannes Emmerling, “Sharing of Climate Risks across world Regions”


    WED 13 MAY “Adapting to Extreme Events: risk transfer and insurance provision in the EU and its member states”, chaired by Carlos Dionisio Pérez-Blanco, FEEM

    FEEM presentations in this session:

    • Jaroslav Mysiak, Italy Partnerships for affordable and equitable insurance provision


    FEEM ORAL PRESENTATIONS at ECCA 2015

    • WED 13 MAY, Ramiro Parrado (FEEM): “Climate change impacts and market driven adaptation: The costs of inaction including market rigidities”
    • WED 13 MAY, Gabriele Standardi (FEEM): “Assessing the economic general equilibrium effects of Sea Level Rise in the Italian Regions”


    FEEM POSTER PRESENTATIONS at ECCA 2015

    • TUE 12 MAY Jaroslav Mysiak (FEEM): Disruption of a drainage infrastructure system: economic outcomes and risk mitigation policies
    • WEB 13 MAY, Elisa Delpiazzo(FEEM): “Budgetary effects of adaptation in EU Mediterranean countries: A CGE framework applied to Sea Level Rise”
    • WED 13 MAY, Ramiro Parrado(FEEM): “Agricultural Impacts and Adaptation Through Irrigation: a Focus on Sub-Saharan African Countries”
    • THU 14 MAY, Francesco Bosello(FEEM): “Determinants of Climate Related Damages”

     

    The Scientific Programme of the Conference is available here.

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