Wednesday 29 May

09:00–10:45 Business plenary

Adapting businesses to climate change – risks and opportunities

Businesses are at serious risk, as the changes that climate change is posing has completely changed the environment in which companies operate on a daily basis. Nevertheless, if these risks are managed properly, they can be turned into opportunities, generating new services or even new markets where only the ones who adapt to climate change will be present. The need for adaptation and the future opportunities can be tackled from different points of view.

Confirmed speakers:

Side event:

Mediterranean Climate Change Adaptation Awards

11:15–12:30, Room PA

A side event organised by ADEME focuses on the relevance of the monitoring and evaluation process in order to deliver optimal solutions, and features the ceremony for the Mediterranean Climate Change Adaptation Awards along with discussion of six case studies.

Conference dinner:

The dinner is at Fábrica XL in LX Factory, from 19:30 to 23:30.
Free E-bus transfer from CCB to the dinner venue is kindly provided by Caetano Bus.

Caetano Bus

11:15 Wednesday

Room GA | Science practice session

Infrastructure adaptation: preparing the energy sector for a changing climate

Hans-Martin Füssel (Denmark) 1; Lisa Danielson (France) 2; Ross Lowrie (United Kingdom) 5; Ana Santos (Portugal) 4; Sarah Duff (United Kingdom) 3

Room S1 | Science practice session

Supporting and further strengthening institutional coordination between and capacities of CCA and DRR communities – recommendations and ways forward

Anna Schmidt (Austria) 1; Markus Leitner (Austria) 1; Tiago Capela Lourenço (Portugal) 3; Reimund Schwarze (Germany) 2; Oleksandr Sushchenko (Germany) 2; Bettina Koelle (South Africa) 4; Sukaina Bharwani (United Kingdom) 5; Julia Barrott (United Kingdom) 5; Peter Walton (United Kingdom) 6

Room S2 | Science practice session

Adaptation decision-making for uncertain futures: practical application of scenarios

Ruth Monfries (United Kingdom) 1; Anne Marte Bergseng (United Kingdom) 1

Room S5 | Science practice session

User expectations for a European Climate Prediction System

Sebastian Bathiany (Germany) 1; Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen (Denmark) 2; Jaroslav Mysiak (Italy) 4; Claas Teichmann (Germany) 1; Dominic Matte (Denmark) 2; Dragana Bojovic (Spain) 3

Room S6 | Science practice session

National Adaptation Strategies and Plans: sharing experiences and discussing actual challenges opportunities

Kim Van Nieuwaal (Netherlands) 1; Roger Street (United Kingdom) 2

Room S7 | Science practice session

The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) and its role in supporting climate change adaptation and downstream service development

Carlo Buontempo (United Kingdom) 1; Samuel Almond (United Kingdom) 1

Room S8 | Science practice session

The water-energy-land nexus under climate change: from adaptation and mitigation case studies to services, products and implementation challenges.

Roger Cremades (Germany) 1; Ebun Akinsete (Greece) 2; Phoebe Koundouri (Greece) 2; Louisa Jane Di Felice (Spain) 3; Maddalena Ripa (Spain) 3; Mario Giampietro (Spain) 3; Nicu Constantin Tudose (Romania) 4; Mirabella Marin (Romania) 4; Serban Octavian Davidescu (Romania) 4; Cezar Ungurean (Romania) 4; Hermine Mitter (Austria) 5; Katrin Karner (Austria) 5; Erwin Schmid (Austria) 5; Muhamad Bahri (Germany) 1; Sorin Cheval (Romania) 6; Floor Brouwer (Netherlands) 7; Maíté Fournier (France) 8; Georgios Avgerinopoulos (Sweden) 9; Eunice Ramos (Sweden) 9; Janez Susnik (Netherlands) 10; Anabel Sànchez (Spain) 11; Annelies Broekman (Spain) 11; Diana Pascual (Spain) 11; Iñaki Torres Cobiá n (Spain) 11; Eduard Pla (Spain) 11; Tabea Lissner (Germany) 12

Room S9 | Science practice session

Adaptation pathways – from trailblazing to trail guide: Learning from practical implementation of adaptation pathways approach and shaping a guide/standard

Andrew Eden (United Kingdom) 1; Katy Francis (United Kingdom) 2; Tim Reeder (United Kingdom) 3; Marjolijn Hassnoot (Netherlands) 4

Room S10 | Science practice session

Exploitation in CCA & DDR – clustering and discussion

Rita Andrade (Portugal) 2; Marco Hartman (Netherlands) 1; Elena Lopez-Gunn (Spain) 3; Marta Rica (Spain) 3; Andrea Geyer-Scholz (Austria) 4; Jolijn Van Engelenburg (Netherlands) 5; Erik Van Slobbe (Netherlands) 6; Petra Hellegers (Netherlands) 6

Room S11 | Science session

Syntheses of results from adaptation and resilience-building initiatives in urban and local areas, with a specific attention to the role of planning, management approaches and standardisation tools in the facilitation of adaptation and building resilience to climate change

Keywords: private sector, resilience, standards, transports, urban adaptation, water management

Chair | Robbert Biesbroek | Wageningen University & Research

How can we ensure that current and future housing stock is adapted to a changing climate?

Michelagh O’Neill (United Kingdom) 1,2

Reframing urban coastal adaptation – which is the most appropriate policy wagon?

Larissa Naylor (United Kingdom) 1; Douglas Mitchell (United Kingdom) 1; Mairi Macarthur (United Kingdom) 2

Institutional and cultural evolutions to unlock the full potential of climate change adaptation in the private sector

Vivian Depoues (France) 1,2; Youssef Diab (France) 3; Vincent Viguie (France) 4

Strategic groundwater management as an adaptation measure

Henk-Jan Van Alphen (Netherlands) 1; Marjolein Van Huijgevoort (Netherlands) 1; Teun Spek (Netherlands) 2; Jolijn Van Engelenburg (Netherlands) 3; Flip Witte (Netherlands) 1; Bernard Voortman (Netherlands) 4

Work together, work better: how standardisation can support urban climate change adaptation

Vasileios Latinos (Germany) 1; Serene Hanania (Germany) 1; Julia Peleikis (Germany) 1; Holger Robrecht (Germany) 1

A way to standardize local adaptation planning – Approach Through ISO Adaptation Framework

Yasuaki Hijioka (Japan) 1; Yoshimi Fukumura (Japan) 1; Manabu Watanabe (Japan) 2; Kazutaka Oka (Japan) 1

Room S13 | Science practice session

Sustainable Finance and the Road to Climate Change Adaptation

Sarah Keyes (Canada) 1; Gordon Beal (Canada) 1; Elizabeth Atkinson (Canada) 2; Anne Adrain (United Kingdom) 3

Room S16 | Science session

Review of recent results from studies and projects that have mapped and assessed the economic costs of climate change impacts, as well as the aggregated economic costs and benefits of adaptation policies across multiple scales and sectors.

Keywords: asset evaluation, economic costs, enterprises, labour productivity, models, private sector,

Chair | Alexander (Sandy) Bisaro | Global Climate Forum

Economic costs of climate change and adaptation in Europe: Synthesis results from the COACCH project

Jenny Tröltzsch (Germany) 1; Katriona Mcglade (Germany) 1; Paul Watkiss (United Kingdom) 2

Mapping loss of labour productivity resulting from climate change in Europe

Peter Bosch (Netherlands) 1; Andreas Flouris (Greece) 2; Konstantina Poulianiti (Greece) 2

Integrating climate change in the evaluation of hydroelectric asset value

Pineault Katherine (Canada) 1; Élyse Fournier Élyse Fournier (Canada) 1; Lamy Annabelle (Canada) 1; Alain Bourque (Canada) 1

Business experience of floods and drought-related water and electricity supply disruption in sub-Saharan Africa during the 2015/2016 El Niño

Kate Gannon (United Kingdom) 1; Declan Conway (United Kingdom) 1; Christian Siderius (United Kingdom) 1

Energy for cooling and heating: climate change impacts on energy demand of Italian households

Lorenza Campagnolo (Italy) 1; Enrica Decian (Italy) 1

Integrated assessment of agricultural adaptation to climate change in a water-constrained region in Austria

Hermine Mitter (Austria) 1; Katrin Karner (Austria) 1; Erwin Schmid (Austria) 1

14:00 Wednesday

Room PA | Science practice session

Science in support of EU Disaster Risk Reduction policies in the area of weather and climate extreme events

Philippe Quevauviller (Belgium) 1; Daniel Sempere Torres (Spain) 2; Claudio Rossi (Italy) 3; Anastasios Karakostas (Greece) 4

Room S1 | Science practice session

Understanding the landscape of adaptation platforms in Europe – improving complementarities and connecting needs and practices

José Ramón Picatoste (Denmark) 2; Valentina Giannini (Italy) 1

Room S2 | Science session

Presentation and discussion of the most recent lessons in the development, use and evaluation of climate adaptation platforms and decision-support tools aimed at supporting national-level and private sector decision-makers, across multiple sectors.

Keywords: climate services, energy sector, flood risk, high-end climate change, private sector, tools

Chair | Andreia Sousa | CCIAM-cE3c, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon

Climate adaptation platforms and decision support tools in the context of high-end climate change

Tiago Capela Lourenço (Portugal) 1; Susana Marreiros (Portugal) 1; Luís Filipe Dias (Portugal) 1; Adis Dzebo (Sweden) 2; Henrik Carlsen (Sweden) 2; Paula Harrison (United Kingdom) 3

The German Climate Preparedness Portal – a guide to Climate Services of the federal states and the government of Germany

Maya Köšrber (Germany) 1; Stefan Ršösner (Germany) 1; Kirsten Sander (Germany) 2

The National Adaptation Geo-Information System (NAGiS) as a Decision-support Tool in Hungary

Tamás Czira (Hungary) 1; Lilian Fejes (Hungary) 1

Valuation tools for strong narratives around Blue Green Infrastructure: a possible solution for bridging the finance gap in climate adaptation?

Max Berkelmans (Spain) 1; Sebastiaan Van Herk (Spain) 1; Paul Shaffer (Spain) 2; Berry Gersonius (Spain) 3

ReKIS kommunal – an easy access tool for small and medium sized communities to support climate change adaptation

Dominic Rumpf (Germany) 1; Caterina Joseph (Germany) 1; Johannes Franke (Germany) 1; Andreas Vöšllings (Germany) 1; Rico Kronenberg (Germany) 2; Majana Heidenreich (Germany) 2; Christian Bernhofer (Germany) 2; Werner Sommer (Germany) 1; Andrea Hausmann (Germany) 1

S2S4E – a decision support tool to visualize climate variability weeks and months ahead

Isadora Christel (Spain) 1; Albert Soret (Spain) 1; Fernando Cucchietti (Spain) 1; Luz Calvo (Spain) 1; Marta Terrado (Spain) 1; Dragana Bojovic (Spain) 1; Llorenç Lledó (Spain) 1; Andrea Manrique (Spain) 1

Room S5 | Science practice session

Arts-based methodologies for youth leadership, empowerment and meaningful engagement in climate change

Julia Bentz (Portugal) 1; Robin Cox (Canada) 2

Room S6 | Science practice session

Understanding disaster and climate change resilience to enhance resilience decision-making across scales-insights from the Flood Resilience Alliance

Finn Laurien (Austria) 1; Reinhard Mechler (Austria) 1

Room S7 | Science session

Report on some of the most recent methodological approaches applied to the development of data and information for application in climate services, including models, forecasts and projections for use in multiple policy context and sector-specific needs.

Keywords: climate projections, climate risks, climate services, literature review, modelling, patents

Chair | Francisco Doblas Reyes | BSC-CNS

The future climate in Portugal: high-resolution projections using WRF model and EURO-CORDEX multi-model ensembles

Pedro M.M. Soares (Portugal) 1; Rita M. Cardoso (Portugal) 1; Daniela C.A. Lima (Portugal) 1

Global physical risk modelling for climate services and research

Samuel Eberenz (Switzerland) 1,2; David N. Bresch (Switzerland) 1,2

Operating a multipurpose reservoir through a climate forecast service

Javier Herrero (Spain) 1; Eva Contreras (Spain) 1; Cristina Aguilar (Spain) 2; María José Polo (Spain) 1

A typology of climate services: frames in the global arena

Lugen Marine (Belgium) 1; Zaccai Edwin (Belgium) 1

Developing a blueprint for future climate services for the transport sector

David Jaroszweski (United Kingdom) 1

Technological innovation for climate change adaptation: A global empirical analysis based on patent data

Jana Stoever (Germany) 1; Antoine Dechezleprêtre (Germany) 2; Matthieu Glachant (France) 3; Simon Stoever (France) 4

Room S8 | Science practice session

The governance of climate adaptation and natural hazards in Alpine countries: lessons learnt on multi-level governance and mainstreaming

Wolfgang Lexer (Austria) 1; Marco Pütz (Switzerland) 2; Dominik Braunschweiger (Switzerland) 2; Andreas Vetter (Germany) 3; Marco Pregnolato (Italy) 5; Arthur Schindelegger (Austria) 4

Room S9 | Science session

Presentation of results with a focus on the participation of citizens, local or indigenous communities in climate change adaptation action and policy processes, including mobilisation in the co-production of information, scenarios and strategies.

Keywords: citizen participation, climate adaptation, co-production, floods, mitigation strategies, sea level rise

Chair | Aleksandra Kazmierczak | European Environment Agency

Makah Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Resource Assessment: A preliminary framework to utilize traditional knowledge into climate change planning

Danielle Edelman (United States of America) 1; Michael Chang (United States of America) 1; Katie Wrubel (United States of America) 1; Laura Nelson (United States of America) 2; Haley Kennard (United States of America) 1

Citizen Participation in Climate Adaptation Processes

Theresa Anna Michel (Germany) 1

Adaptive Governance: co-creating adaptation strategies with local communities

Luísa Schmidt (Portugal) 1; Carla Gomes (Portugal) 1; João Mourato (Portugal) 1; Adriana Alves (Portugal) 1

Some lessons learned about politics and power in the co-production of pathways

Russell Wise (Australia) 1; James Butler (Australia) 1; Seona Meharg (Australia) 1; Nate Peterson (Australia) 3; Desmond Vaghelo (Papua New Guinea) 2

Accounting for the dynamics of climate change vulnerability with qualitative participatory GIS methodology

Alexandra Jurgilevich (Finland) 1; Aleksi Räsänen (Finland) 1; Sirkku Juhola (Finland) 1

Coastal Climate Services in French Polynesia and the Maldives: A Comparison of Governance Contexts and Information Needs

Geronimo Gussmann (Germany) 1; Heitea Terorotua (France) 2

Room S10 | Science session

Review of studies focusing on the management of some of the most critical resources for human food security – specifically arable crops, fisheries and aquaculture – and adaptation in coastal regions, offering perspectives on the risks to ecosystem services and other key economic activities.

Keywords: aquaculture, crop yields, ecosystem services, irrigation, marine planning, SLR

Chair | André Vizinho | CCIAM-cE3c, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon

Climate change impacts on European crop yields by 2050, opportunities for adaptation

Frank Dentener (Italy) 1; Andrea Toreti (Italy) 1; Maurits Van Den Berg (Italy) 1; Iacopo Cerrani (Italy) 1; Andrej Ceglar (Italy) 1; Alessandro Dosio (Italy) 1; Davide Fumagalli (Italy) 1; Stefano Galmarini (Italy) 1; Remi Lecerf (Italy) 1; Stefano Niemeyer (Italy) 1; Lorenzo Panarello (Italy) 1; Marijn Van Der Velde (Italy) 1; Matteo Zampieri (Italy) 1

Impacts on winter wheat yield in Germany at 1º, 1.5º, 2º, 2.5º and 3º global warming

Michael Peichl (Germany) 1; Stephan Thober (Germany) 1; Andreas Marx (Germany) 1

Assessing vulnerability and risk of ocean planning to climate change

Catarina Frazao-Santos (Portugal) 1; Tundi Agardy (United States of America) 2; Francisco Andrade (Portugal) 1; Manuel Barange (Italy) 5; Larry Crowder (United States of America) 3; Charles Ehler (France) 6; Michael Orbach (United States of America) 4; Rui Rosa (Portugal) 1

Climate change adaptation and risk reduction in Portuguese viticulture

J. A. Santos (Portugal) 1,2; H. Fraga (Portugal) 1,2; R. Costa (Portugal) 1,2; A. Fonseca (Portugal) 1,2; M. Santos (Portugal) 1,2

Coastal ecosystem services values in the face of global change: projections for the European coast by 2050

Luiz Norberto Lacerda Magalhães Filho (Portugal) 1,2; Peter Cornelis Roebeling (Portugal) 1,2; Lucas Terres De Lima (Portugal) 1,2; Brechtje Pieterse (Netherlands) 3; Luis Costa (Germany) 4

Forecasting biological impacts of climate change for risk assessment in fisheries and aquaculture, the ClimeFish approach

X. Anton Alvarez-Salgado (Spain) 1; Alan Baudron (United Kingdom) 2; Isabel Fuentes-Santos (Spain) 1; Gergo Gyalog (Hungary) 3; Solfrid S. Hjollo (Norway) 4; Jan Kubeckca (Czech Republic) 5; Dina Lika (Greece) 6; Bruce Mcadam (United Kingdom) 7; Nikos Papandroulakis (Greece) 8; Fabio Pranovi (Italy) 9; Trevor Tefler (United Kingdom) 7; Kjell R. Utne (Norway) 4; Elisabeth Ytteborg (Norway) 10; Matteo Zuccheta (Italy) 9; Michaela Aschan (Norway) 11; Daniele Brigolin (Italy) 9; Lynne Falconer (United Kingdom) 7; Bärbel Muller-Karullis (Sweden) 12; Raul Primicero (Norway) 11; Aslak Smalås (Norway) 11; Orestis Stavrakidis (Greece) 6,8,12; Astrid Sturm (Germany) 13,14; Franz Wätzold (Germany) 13

Room S11 | Science session

Report on innovative approaches and implementation examples focusing on ecosystem-based adaptation solutions that are inspired and supported by nature, simultaneously providing environmental, social and economic benefits and building resilience.

Keywords: coastal protection, ecosystem-based adaptation, NBS, resilience, urban planning, water management

Chair | David Avelar | CCIAM-cE3c, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon

Direct and indirect impacts of nature-based solutions on urban heat

Bruno Augusto (Portugal) 1; Peter Roebeling (Portugal) 1; Sandra Rafael (Portugal) 1; Joana Ferreira (Portugal) 1; Ana Ascenso (Portugal) 1

The role of natural assets for climate risk management and resilience

Michelle Molnar (Canada) 1; Erica Olson (Canada) 2; Jimena Eyzaguirre (Canada) 2

The Long-Run Impacts of Flood Experiences on Welfare and Flood Recovery in Vietnam

Paul Hudson (Germany) 1; Philip Bubeck (Germany) 1

Setback zones as a tool for coastal adaptation to sea-level rise: A national level analysis for the coast of Croatia

Daniel Lincke (Germany) 1; Claudia Wolff (Germany) 2; Athanasios Vafeidis (Germany) 2; Jochen Hinkel (Germany) 1; Lukas Blickensdörfer (Germany) 3; Daria Povh Skugor (Croatia) 4

Planning Nature-based Solutions. An Ecological-based approach from National to Regional scale (Lisbon Metropolitan Area)

Selma B. Pena (Portugal) 1; Manuela R. Magalhães (Portugal) 1; Maria Manuela Abreu (Portugal) 1

Strategic planning of an urban green infrastructure network for climate change adaptation using a participatory lab approach

Uwe Kurmutz (Germany) 1; Oliver Gebhardt (Germany) 2; Annemarie Müller (Germany) 3; Anya Schwamberger (Germany) 4

Room S13 | Science session

Review of research results on the interaction with end-users of climate information and the challenges and opportunities for finance, decision-makers and science to work together and develop novel tailored tools and indicators to translate physical data into usable information.

Keywords: climate information, economics, inter-disciplinary approach, risk modelling techniques, sensitivity analysis, trade-offs

Chair | Tim Carter | Finnish Environment Institute

ClimINVEST – Towards tailored climate information for the finance sector – a co-production approach between scientists and investors

Florian Gallo (France) 1; Violaine Lepousez (France) 1

Open-source climate adaptation: the global risk modeling and options appraisal CLIMADA platform

David N. Bresch (Switzerland) 1; Gabriela Aznar Siguan (Switzerland) 1

The new CH2018 climate change scenarios: an example of an effective climate service in Switzerland

Andreas Fischer (Switzerland) 1; Mischa Croci-Maspoli (Switzerland) 1; Angela Michiko Hama (Switzerland) 1; Reto Knutti (Switzerland) 3; Christoph Schär (Switzerland) 3; Cornelia Schwierz (Switzerland) 1; Kuno Strassmann (Switzerland) 2

Estimating impact likelihoods by combining probabilistic projections of climate and socio-economic change with impact response surfaces

Stefan Fronzek (Finland) 1; Nina Pirttioja (Finland) 1; Martina Flörke (Germany) 2; Yasushi Honda (Japan) 3; Akihiko Ito (Japan) 4; João Pedro Nunes (Portugal) 5; Jouni Räisänen (Finland) 6; Kiyoshi Takahashi (Japan) 4; Akemi Tanaka (Japan) 7; Florian Wimmer (Germany) 2; Minoru Yoshikawa (Japan) 8; Timothy R. Carter (Finland) 1

Ecosystem Services in a changing Europe: improving projections through an enhanced integrated assessment approach

Robert Dunford (United Kingdom) 1,2; Bjorn Beckmann (United Kingdom) 1; Paula Harrison (United Kingdom) 1

Modelling the adaptive responses of public policy organisations to environmental change

Bumsuk Seo (Germany) 1; Calum Brown (Germany) 1; Mark Rounsevell (Germany) 1

Room S16 | Science session

Showcase of recent examples of co-production and co-design approaches targeting the economic impacts of climate change, including the identification and analysis of climate adaptation practices and resilience, the valuation of climate services and the importance of engaging the financial sector.

Keywords: climate services, co-design, climate resiliency, economic impacts, power grids, water utilities

Chair | Efrén Feliu | Tecnalia

Valuing Climate Services: Evidences from the CLARA Project

Elisa Delpiazzo (Italy) 1,2; Francesco Bosello (Italy) 1,2,3; Shouro Dasgupta (Italy) 1,2; Stefano Bagli (Italy) 4; Davide Broccoli (Italy) 4

Polynesian pathways to energy resilience – Phasing out electricity grids

Kiti Suomalainen (New Zealand) 1; Golbon Zakeri (New Zealand) 1; Basil Sharp (New Zealand) 1; Peter Wilson (New Zealand) 2; Gareth Williams (New Zealand) 3

Global Study on Climate Resilient Water Supply and Sanitation Services

Mahua Bhattacharya (United Kingdom) 1; David Viner (United Kingdom) 1

Implementing co-design in the COACCH project

Katriona Mcglade (Germany) 1; Jenny Tröltzsch (Germany) 1; Paul Watkiss (Germany) 2

Physical climate risks and the Financial sector – synthesis of investors climate information needs

Karianne De Bruin (Netherlands) 1; Christa Clapp (Norway) 2; Sophie Dejonckheere (Norway) 2

Community-based participatory research to enhance climate resiliency in arid snow-fed river systems: best practices that support local climate adaptation

Loretta Singletary (United States of America) 1; Kelley Sterle (United States of America) 1

16:15 Wednesday

Room PA | Science practice session

Extreme wildfire events: addressing the challenges faced by national governance and management systems across Europe

Nicolas Faivre (Belgium) 1; Maddalena Dali (Belgium) 2; Karolina Kalinowska (Belgium) 3; Markus Leitner (Austria) 4; José Manuel Moreno (Spain) 5; Francisco Manuel Cardoso De Castro Rego (Portugal) 6

Room S1 | Science practice session

How CCA and DRR communities use strategic narratives for joint purposes: preparedness, accessing funding, improving health & ecosystem-based services

Julia Bentz (Portugal) 2; Gabriela Michalek (Germany) 3; Reimund Schwarze (Germany) 3; Julia Barrott (United Kingdom) 4; Sukania Bharwani (United Kingdom) 4; Rob Swart (Netherlands) 1

Room S2 | Science session

Presentation of results from interdisciplinary science that covers concepts at the interface between hydrology, oceanography, impact assessment, coastal and land-use management, focusing on disaster risk reduction and adaptation to sea level rise, coastal and river flooding.

Keywords: adaptation planning, coastal hazards, climate impact assessment, fluvial and pluvial flooding, hydro-economic modelling

Chair | Filipe Duarte Santos | CCIAM-cE3c, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon

Assessing sea level rise risks in changing coastal environments: a national assessment supporting disasters management and climate change adaptation

Elisa Furlan (Italy) 1,2; Silvia Torresan (Italy) 1,2; Petra Dalla Pozza (Italy) 2; Diana Derepasko (Italy) 2; Andrea Critto (Italy) 1,2; Melania Michetti (Italy) 1; Federica Zennaro (Italy) 1; Antonio Marcomini (Italy) 1,2; Arthur Essenfelder (Italy) 1

Climate change risk assessment on Blue Economy and impact chain analysis for 12 European Islands

Elodie Briche (France) 1; Ghislain Dubois (France) 1; Matías Gonzá lez Herná ndez (Spain) 2; Carmen García Galindo (Spain) 2; Yen E. Lam (Spain) 2; Piero Lionello (Italy) 3; Valentina Bacciu (Italy) 3; Ulrike Lehr (Germany) 4

Managing flood risks using the Future Danube Model

Kai Schröter (Germany) 1; Max Steinhausen (Germany) 1; Michel Wortmann (Germany) 2; Stefan Lüdtke (Germany) 1; Ben Hayes (United Kingdom) 3; Viktor Rözer (Germany) 1; Martin Drews (Denmark) 4; Fred Hattermann (Germany) 2; Heidi Kreibich (Germany) 1

A tale of two rivers: hydro-economic modelling for the assessment of trading opportunities and return-flow externalities in inter-basin water markets

Arthur H. Essenfelder (Italy) 1; C. Dionisio Pérez-Blanco (Spain) 2; Carlos Gutiérrez-Martín (Spain) 3

Effects of climate change in an agricultural area in the Tagus estuary (Portugal)

Paula Freire (Portugal) 1; Marta Rodrigues (Portugal) 1; André B. Fortunato (Portugal) 1

The impact of climate change and land use change in a fire-prone forest in NW Portugal

Amandine, Valérie Pastor (France) 1,2; Rossano Ciampalini (France) 2; Myke Koopmans (France) 3; Yves Lebissonnais (France) 2; Jantiene Baartman (Netherlands) 3; Damien Raclot (France) 2; Joao Pedro Nunes (Portugal) 1

Room S5 | Science practice session

Transnational cooperation in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in Europe: challenges, gaps and lesson learned

Sergio Castellari (Denmark) 1; Emiliano Ramieri (Italy) 2

Room S6 | Science session

Review of the most recent research on what it means to live in a high-end climate-changed planet Earth – more than 1.5 °C of warming – looking at a range of different scenarios, impacts across a multitude of sectors and understanding how post-Paris societies are preparing to avoid high-end climate change.

Keywords: adaptation, extreme events, flooding, high-end, impacts, Paris agreement, scenarios

Chair | Diogo de Gusmão-Sørensen | DG RTD, European Commission

Differences between low-end and high-end climate change impacts across multiple sectors: what does this mean for adaptation?

Paula Harrison (United Kingdom) 1; Robert Dunford (United Kingdom) 1; Ian Holman (United Kingdom) 2; George Cojocaru (Romania) 3; Marianne Madsen (Denmark) 4; Pei-Yuan Chen (United Kingdom) 1

Advancing the use of scenarios to understand society’s capacity to act towards achieving the 1.5ºC target

Simona Pedde (Netherlands) 1,2; Kasper Kok (Netherlands) 1; Katharina Hölscher (Netherlands) 3; Ian Holman (United Kingdom) 4; Rob Dunford (Netherlands) 5; Niki Frantzeskaki (Netherlands) 3; Jill Jäger (Austria) 6; Alison Smith (United Kingdom) 7

Are European decision-makers preparing for high-end climate change?

Tiago Capela Lourenço (Portugal) 1; Adis Dzebo (Sweden) 2; Henrik Carlsen (Sweden) 2; Miriam Mcmillan (Australia) 3; Linda Juhász-Horváth (Hungary) 4; Laszlo Pinter (Hungary) 4

Pursuing the SDGs in a post-Paris Agreement world – adaptation driven opportunities and trade-offs

Lamprini Papadimitriou (United Kingdom) 1; Ian Holman (United Kingdom) 1; Robert Dunford (United Kingdom) 2; Paula Harrison (United Kingdom) 3

What does 1.5ºC mean for vulnerable deltas? A study of the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna

Sally Brown (United Kingdom) 1; Robert J Nicholls (United Kingdom) 2; Attila Lazar (United Kingdom) 2; Duncan D Hornby (United Kingdom) 2; Chris Hill (United Kingdom) 2; Sugata Hazra (India) 3; Kwasi Appeaning Addo (Ghana) 4; Anisul Haque (Bangladesh) 5; John Caesar (United Kingdom) 6; Emma Tompkins (United Kingdom) 2

Adaptation to extreme events – barriers to adapt to future extreme weather events in municipalities in western Norway

Helene Amundsen (Norway) 1

Room S7 | Science practice session

EU LIFE programme: Supporting integration and co-production of climate change adaptation in small and medium-sized municipalities across the EU

Eliška K. Lorencová (Czech Republic) 1; Joerg Cortekar (Germany) 2; Majana Heidenreich (Germany) 3; Bettina Fischer (Austria) 4; Majana Putnina (Latvia) 5; Dominic Rumpf (Germany) 6; Christian Bernhofer (Germany) 3; Vojtěch Cuřín (Czech Republic) 1

Room S8 | Science session

Presentation of examples that demonstrate what type of climate and other information may need to be integrated to facilitate the assessment of climate change risks, and to support the identification and evaluation of appropriate adaptation measures.

Keywords: climate proofing, extreme heat stress, landslides, river-flow, transport, urban water

Chair | Roger Jones | Victoria University

Assessing the variations induced by climate changes in flow-like landslide risk for a transport infrastructures in Nocera Inferiore (Southern Italy)

Marco Uzielli (Italy) 1,2; Guido Rianna (Italy) 3; Fabio Ciervo (Italy) 3; Paola Mercogliano (Italy) 3,4; Unni K. Eidsvig (Norway) 2; Alfredo Reder (Italy) 3

Climate Indices for Adaptation of the German Transport System

Andreas Walter (Germany) 1; Stephanie Hänsel (Germany) 1; Stefan Krähenmann (Germany) 1; Christoph Brendel (Germany) 1; Michael Haller (Germany) 1; Kelley Stanley (Germany) 1; Christene Sylvia Razafimaharo (Germany) 1; Susanne Brienen (Germany) 1; Enno Nilson (Germany) 2; Markus Forbriger (Germany) 3

Simulation of maximum and minimum annual river flows for 2080 based on RCP climate scenarios and Kaczawa River in Poland

Leszek Kuchar (Poland) 1; Slawomir Iwanski (Poland) 1; Leszek Jelonek (Poland) 2

BINGO PROJECT: Impacts of Climate Change on the Urban Water System – a case study from Bergen

Tone Muthanna (Norway) 1; Erle Kristvik (Norway) 1; Sveinung Sægrov (Norway) 1; Magnar Sekse (Norway) 2

The ClimaProof project – Providing a new set of Bias-Corrected Climate Change Scenarios for the Western Balkan Region

Maria Wind (Austria) 1; Barbara Köšnig (Austria) 1; Herbert Formayer (Austria) 1

Extreme heat vulnerability assessment for the metropolitan area of Barcelona, guide to calculate vulnerability, recommendations for future action and study

Julia Isabella Cannata Pechs (Spain) 1; Joan Albert López Bustins (Spain) 1; Ana Romero Càlix (Spain) 2; Ernest Ruiz Almar (Spain) 1,2; Javier Martín Vide (Spain) 1

Room S9 | Science practice session

New developments in risk governance: exploring risk attitudes and preferences for climate adaptation

Elisa Sainz De Murieta (Spain) 1,2; Ibon Galarraga (Spain) 1; Anil Markandya (Spain) 1

Room S10 | Science session

Synthesis of research focused on the hydro-climate impacts and consequences of hydrological extremes by using climate scenarios, seasonal forecasts and hydrological modelling to inform adaptation and disaster risk reduction, from the European to the reservoir scale.

Keywords: climate impacts, climate scenarios, droughts, hydrological modelling, seasonal forecasts, water cycle

Chair | Frederik Accoe | EASME

Decadal predictions for hydrological extremes assessment in Europe

Tim Aus Der Beek (Germany) 1; Adriana Bruggeman (Cyprus) 2; Rui Rodrigues (Portugal) 3; Beniamino Russo (Spain) 4,5; Tone Muthanna (Norway) 6; Marc Scheibel (Germany) 7; Marjolein Van Huijgevoort (Netherlands) 8

On the frequency and severity of droughts under climate change in the Iberian Peninsula.

Rodrigo Proença De Oliveira (Portugal) 1; Joana Simões (Portugal) 2; Melissa Nogueira (Brazil) 1

Climate Change impacts on Guadiana Transboundary river basin, Spain and Portugal.

Carla Palop-Donat (Spain) 1; Javier Paredes-Arquiola (Spain) 1; Joaquín Andreu-á lvarez (Spain) 1

Estimating the economic added-value of improved seasonal forecasts for the Jucar river basin (Eastern Spain)

Hector Macian-Sorribes (Spain) 1; Ilias Pechlivanidis (Sweden) 2; Louise Crochemore (Sweden) 2; Manuel Pulido-Velazquez (Spain) 1

GestAqua.AdaPT – Climate Change impacts and operation adaptation in two Mediterranean reservoirs in southern Portugal: Monte Novo and Vigia

Paulo Alexandre Diogo (Portugal) 1; João Pedro Nunes (Portugal) 2; Pedro Bea (Portugal) 1; Anót—nio Carmona Rodrigues (Portugal) 1; Cl‡áudia Carvalho Dos Santos (Portugal) 3; João Rocha (Portugal) 4

Assessment of climate change scenarios combined with anthropogenic influences at the Große Dhünn Reservoir, Germany

Marc Scheibel (Germany) 1; Paula Lorza (Germany) 1; Eleni Teneketzi (Germany) 1; Tim Aus Der Beek (Germany) 2; Rike Becker (Germany) 2; Corinna Wilmers (Germany) 2

Room S11 | Science session

Showcase of research that proposes frameworks for co-production and transdisciplinary adaptation strategies and climate services, tests different methods and analyses their effectiveness in inducing adaptation and engaging stakeholders.

Keywords: decision support, flooding, participatory process, SSPs, transdisciplinarity, urban

Chair | Christopher Lyon | Leeds University

BINGO – A Dynamic Framework for Creating Knowledge Co-production

Maria Jo‹ão Freitas (Portugal) 1; Sægrov Sveinung (Norway) 2; Tonne Muthanna (Norway) 2

A three-step participatory approach to climate service co-production

Dragana Bojovic (Spain) 1; Isadora Christel (Spain) 1; Marta Terrado (Spain) 1; Paula Gonzalez (United Kingdom) 2; Erika Palin (United Kingdom) 3

Testing co-exploratory approaches for decision support and eliciting information needs in urban contexts in southern Africa

Elizabeth Daniels (United Kingdom) 1; Sukaina Bharwani (United Kingdom) 1; Anna Taylor (South Africa) 2; Ruth Butterfield (United Kingdom) 1

Going beyond knowledge integration: How participatory adaptation processes contribute to adaptation action

Torsten Grothmann (Germany) 1

Participatory scenario development and multi-criteria analysis for agricultural adaptation strategies at regional level

Carlo Giupponi (Italy) 1; Andrea Povellato (Italy) 2; Marco Valentini (Italy) 1

Stakeholders’ involvement in defining climate change adaptation strategies. The case study of Badalona in BINGO project

Montse Martinez (Spain) 1; Beniamino Russo (Spain) 1; Luca Locatelli (Spain) 1; Josep Montes (Spain) 2; Albert Pérez (Spain) 3; Esther Suárez (Spain) 4; Eduardo Martinez (Spain) 5

Room S13 | Science practice session

Standards on climate change adaptation: a new opportunity for businesses and services

Clemens Haße (Germany) 1; Céline Phillips (France) 4; Sarah Duff (United Kingdom)5; John Dora (United Kingdom) 3; Doogie Black (United Kingdom) 2; Beate Hollweg (Germany) 1

Room S16 | Science session

Report on different approaches to facing the complexities and challenges of knowledge co-production and participatory approaches in support of climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction, with a focus on different methodologies, tools and services for impacts and vulnerability analysis.

Keywords: climate services, co-production of knowledge, long-term sustainability, participative methods

Chair | Hugo Costa | CCIAM-cE3c, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon

Co-creation of an Adaptation Capability-Maturity Framework for Public Sector Organisations

Eleanor Murtagh (United Kingdom) 1; Joseph Hagg (United Kingdom) 2; Anna Beswick (United Kingdom) 3

The risks of co-production

Oliver Gebhardt (Germany) 1; Daniela Siedschlag (Germany) 1; Christian Kuhlicke (Germany) 2

Key challenges to the long-term sustainability of climate services in Europe

Marta Bruno Soares (United Kingdom) 1; Carlo Buontempo (United Kingdom) 2

Examining Co-production of Knowledge in Regional Climate Outlook Forums

Meaghan Daly (United States of America) 1,2; Suraje Dessai (United Kingdom) 3

Mainstreaming and supporting adaptation at sectoral, local and regional levels for climate resilience: Experience of Ireland’s National Adaptation Framework

Seosamh Ó Laoi (Ireland) 1; John O Neill (Ireland) 1

Enhancing the robustness of transdisciplinarity for climate services

Dragana Bojovic (Spain) 1; Marta Terrado (Spain) 1; Isadora Christel (Spain) 1; Asuncion Lera St. Clair (Norway) 1