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European Climate Adaptation Conference 2015 - ECCA 2015 Newsletter

European Climate Adaptation Conference 2015 - ECCA 2015 Newsletter

TimeLoc
21 August 2014
Berlin
Germany
Create synergies between science, policy, business, and practice!

The ECCA 2015 will offer a unique platform for researchers, policy makers, and businesses to share new research results, novel policy developments, and practical implementation experiences on climate change impacts and adaptation. A special expo onsite at ECCA 2015 will also highlight innovative business opportunities, thereby demonstrating how climate change adaptation can contribute to job creation and other societal benefits in Europe. If you wish to stay up-to-date with news and announcements from the conference, we suggest you sign up for our ECCA2015 newsletter.

Subscription to the ECCA 2015 newsletter is possible at the ECCA 2015 website; the first newsletter is also available there.

The ECCA Conference 2015 on "Integrating climate adaptation action in science, policy, practitioners, and business" is an initiative of the European Commission. The core of the ECCA programme will focus on scientific research and the practical implementation of adaptation measures (including cross-over with mitigation). All interested parties are invited to submit proposals for sessions, workshops, and other activities on the theme of climate change adaptation. The conference will take place in Copenhagen from 12 until 14 May 2015.

All interested parties are invited to submit proposals for sessions, workshops, and other activities on the theme of climate change adaptation. For ECCA Conference 2015 submissions and further information, please visit the ECCA website.

The ECCA Conference 2015 is organised in a joint effort by three major European climate adaptation research projects; BASE, RAMSES, and TopDad. Within BASE, Ecologic Institute leads the uptake, transfer and dissemination of the knowledge produced by BASE and coordinates engagement with stakeholders on the impacts, costs and benefits of adaptation. In this role, and in co-operation with its sister projects RAMSES and TopDad, it co-ordinates the Scientific Programme Committee in charge of the development of the ECCA programme.