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Climate change is expected to have non negligible impacts on world economies and societies, and its effects are likely to be exacerbated by the socio-economic and environmental vulnerability of the impacted region.

On Thursday 20 October 2011, the FEEM-IEFE joint seminar by FEEM senior researcher Francesco Bosello will illustrate the main findings of a project on “Climate Change and Impact Research: the Mediterranean Environment” (CIRCE project). Key research results provide an assessment of the direct and indirect economic impacts of expected climate change in the Mediterranean, with a focus on tourism attractiveness, energy demand and land loss driven by sea-level rise, showing higher vulnerability in the Southern Mediterranean regions.

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei