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Implementing the EU Adaptation Strategy - Practical Insights and Policy Recommendations

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9 June 2016
Brussels
Belgium
Concluding four years of interdisciplinary collaboration and research the BASE project brought together representatives working on climate adaptation policy at EU and Member State level, as well as local practitioners for an interactive day on climate change adaptation in Brussels. The main focus of the workshop was a series of policy observations that emerged from research in the BASE project. As a result another policy recommendation was developed which is available for download.Read more

Four River Basin Adaptation Plans

Citizens from around the Mediterranean participated in adaptation planning for the management of their local river basins. Based on a novel approach developed over the course of the EU-funded BeWater project, stakeholders from four case study river basins were engaged in a collaborative process with experts and policy makers to draft River Basin Adaptation Plans. Ecologic Institute was also part of this collaboration.Read more

Berlin Art and Sustainability Guide

March 2017

Art and sustainability writer, Yasmine Ostendorf, became the first Writer-in-Residence at Ecologic Institute, to work on a respective mapping in Berlin. Yasmine Ostendorf is founder of the Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) and has published three guides on art and sustainability already, covering Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia. The residency at Ecologic Institute provided Ostendorf with the opportunity to focus on art initiatives working on environmental sustainability in Berlin for a first city guide.Read more

Adaptation to Climate Change on the Local Level in Europe: The Overview

June 2016 to October 2016
Ecologic Insitute (lead), together with University College London (UCL) and Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI), is developing a study for the Committee of the Regions comprising regional and local adaptation to climate change since 2013.Read more

City in the Climate Change – deluge ahead of us

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7 April 2016
Münster
Germany
The conference "City in the Climate Change - deluge ahead of us" on prevention, adaptation and management of heavy rain falls took place in Münster on 7 April 2016. The conference brought together 180 participants from management, policy, science, consultancy and practice and was organized by the Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Agriculture, Conservation and Consumer Protection of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (MKULNV) and the Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy, Building, Housing and Transport of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (MBWSV) with the objective to provide a platform for dialogue and exchange between the participants. Ecologic Institute supported with the logistical and content-related preparation and implementation of the event.Read more

Governance for Drought Resilience – Results of the DROP-Project published

The book "Governance for Drought Resilience" presents the findings of scientists and practitioners who collaborated on the project "Benefits of Governance in Drought Adaptation" (DROP). It aims to aid regional water authorities and other relevant stakeholders interested in governance assessment. Staff members from Ecologic Institute summarized regional studies; contributed to the cross-cutting perspective chapters on nature, agriculture, freshwater and introduced European drought and water scarcity policies.

Adaptation Futures 2016

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10 May 2016 to 13 May 2016
Rotterdam
Netherlands
Vivienne Parry welcomed approximately 1700 attendees from over 100 countries to the fourth edition of Adaptation Futures 2016, one of the largest conferences ever held on climate change adaptation. The Bottom-Up Climate Adaptation Strategies (BASE) project was selected to be featured as a best practice project at the conference. BASE partners, among them Ecologic Institute, presented the project's research and tools in two sessions.Read more

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