Tuesday 28 May – reception

19:00–20:00 Poster and drinks reception

Please note this is a draft programme, and subject to change.

Join us for a drinks reception and poster session – presentations will take place beside the electronic poster boards.

An award for the best poster will be presented during the closing ceremony, voting will be organised through the conference app.

18:00 Tuesday

Climate Change and Territory: Towards the Adaptation Plan for the Metropolitan City of Milan

Eugenio Morello (Italy) 1; Francesco Musco (Italy) 1; Stefano Caserini (Italy) 1; Nicola Colaninno (Italy) 1; Filippo Magni (Italy) 1; Denis Maragno (Italy) 1; Giada Messori (Italy) 1

Comparing in-situ hyperspectral and fluorescence methods with remote sensing Sentinel-2 satellite data for mapping chlorophyll-a/cyanobacteria concentrations

Rui Lima (Netherlands) 1; Nils Van Der Vliet (Netherlands) 1; Floris C. Boogaard (Netherlands) 2; L.M. Dionisio Pires (Netherlands) 3; A. Hommersom (Netherlands) 4

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

Socio Ecological and industrial vulnerability to Climate Change in Shivalik Himalayas

Neha Devi (India) 1

Identification of potential groundwater dependent vegetation in the Iberian Peninsula using NDVI

Patrícia Páscoa (Portugal) 1; Célia M. Gouveia (Portugal) 1,2; Ana Russo (Portugal) 1; Cathy K. Besson (Portugal) 1

Building narratives to characterise uncertainty in regional climate change through expert elicitation

Suraje Dessai (United Kingdom) 1

Opportunities for adaptation investment in Senegalese livestock sector: insight from VC-ARID approach.

Waoundé Diop (Senegal) 1

Impacts of climate change on ecosystem services provision: SWAT applied to the watershed of Rio Homem

Emanuel Escobar Juipa (Peru) 2; Clá udia Carvalho Santos (Portugal) 1

The C3S Roadmap for European Climate Projections

Bernd Eggen (United Kingdom) 1; Jane Strachan (United Kingdom) 1; Chris Hewitt (United Kingdom) 1; Carley Iles (France) 2; Robert Vautard (France) 2; Sylvie Joussaume (France) 2

Application of COSMO-CLM model with TERRA_URB parameterization scheme at urban site of Warsaw, Poland

Adam Jaczewski (Poland) 1

Modeling gridded population density based on spatial features

Insang Yu (Korea, Republic of) 1; Huicheul Jung (Korea, Republic of) 1

The Unusual Suspects: Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Small Cities and Towns

James Fitton (Denmark) 1; Martin Lehmann (Denmark) 1; David Major (United States of America) 2

Long term rainfall change in Makanda (Makanda local Municipality): Implications and adaptive strategies

Sinethemba Peter (South Africa) 1

High-level climate change vulnerability analysis for Irish critical infrastructure

Lara Hawchar (Ireland) 1; Paraic Ryan (Ireland) 1; Owen Naughton (Ireland) 2; Paul Nolan (Ireland) 3

Assessment of climate change impacts, risks and adaptation opportunities for agricultural sector in Central Asia

Anastasia Lobanova (Germany) 1; Iulii Didovets (Germany) 1; Christoph Menz (Germany) 1; Atabek Umirbekov (Kazakhstan) 2; Zhanna Babagalieva (Kazakhstan) 2; Fred Hattermann (Germany) 1; Valentina Krysanova (Germany) 1

A climate change vulnerability assessment approach: the case study of the Marche Region

Andrea Salmeri (Italy) 1; Francesca Giordano (Italy) 1

Remote sensing in post-fire impact assessment and vegetation recovery monitoring

Giorgio Pace (Portugal) 1; Renato Henriques (Portugal) 2; Fernanda Cá ssio (Portugal) 1; Claudia Pascoal (Portugal) 1

Indicators of climate change impact on the marine ecosystems: criteria for a prioritization

Claudia Sebbio (Italy) 1; Francesca Giordano (Italy) 1

Will inundation hazard by storm surges change in the near-future? The upper Tagus estuary case.

André B. Fortunato (Portugal) 1; Marta Rodrigues (Portugal) 1; Paula Freire (Portugal) 1; Edmund Meredith (Germany) 2; Xavier Bertin (France) 3; Juan Ferreira (Portugal) 4; Margarida L.R. Liberato (Portugal) 5

Calibration of a one-way coupled atmospheric-hydrologic model for the study of extreme events over Cyprus

Corrado Camera (Italy) 1; Georgios Zittis (Cyprus) 2; Adriana Bruggeman (Cyprus) 2; Ioannis Sofokleous (Cyprus) 2

Numerical assessment of the saltwater propagation in the upper Tagus estuary during droughts

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

Climate change impact on particulate matter source contributions to the air quality in Aveiro Region

Sílvia Coelho (Portugal) 1; Sandra Rafael (Portugal) 1; Joana Ferreira (Portugal) 1; Myriam Lopes (Portugal) 1

Climate change impact on the energy performance of residential buildings in Portugal

Cristina Andrade (Portugal) 1,2,3; Sandra Mourato (Portugal) 4,5; João Ramos (Portugal) 4,6

Uncovering and Communicating Uncertainties in Statistical Downscaled Climate Projections

Adrienne Wootten (United States of America) 1; Keith Dixon (United States of America) 2; Dennis Adams-Smith (United States of America) 2; Renee Mcpherson (United States of America) 3

Seasonal forecasting for Eastern Mediterranean region with the atmospheric model WRF and the sea waves model WAM

George Emmanouil (Greece) 1; Diamando Vlachogiannis (Greece) 1; Athanasios Sfetsos (Greece) 1; Stylianos Karozis (Greece) 1

High temperatures, delays and the London Underground: Is there a relationship? How might climate change impact its future infrastructural performance?

Sarah Greenham (United Kingdom) 1

Embedding modern climate science into organisational risk assessment processes and building resilience in response to the identified risks

Lizaveta Troshka (United Kingdom) 1

Sub-hourly precipitation over a Mediterranean catchment in a high-resolution climate model

Edmund Meredith (Germany) 1; Edmund Ulbrich (Germany) 1; Henning Rust (Germany) 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

In situ mapping of pollutants in Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems, a new methodology approach and preliminary results from the Netherlands

Guri Venvik (Norway) 1; Floris Boogaard (Netherlands) 2; Allard Roest (Netherlands) 2

Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Dengue Fever Incidence in Tainan and Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Aussie Tahta Maharani (Taiwan) 1; Yu-Chun Wang (Taiwan) 1; Yu-Kai Lin (Taiwan) 2; Lin-Han Chiang Hsieh (Taiwan) 1

Sensitivity Analysis of Extreme Rainfall during Summer in Korea against Global Warming

Inkyeong Sim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jeongeun Won (Korea, Republic of) 1; Okjeong Lee (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jeonghyeon Choi (Korea, Republic of) 1; Kyungmin Kim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Sangdan Kim (Korea, Republic of) 2

Exploring Climate Change Adaptation in Urban CSOs Management Using LID Technology

Kyungmin Kim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Inkyeong Sim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jeongeun Won (Korea, Republic of) 1; Okjeong Lee (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jeonghyeon Choi (Korea, Republic of) 1; Sangdan Kim (Korea, Republic of) 2

Climate change, dams and development in Tanzania’s Rufiji basin

Christian Siderius (United Kingdom) 1; Japhet Kashaigili (Tanzania) 2; Seshagiri Kolusu (United Kingdom) 3; Martin Todd (United Kingdom) 3; Joanna Pardoe (United Kingdom) 1; Declan Conway (United Kingdom) 4

A plan for climate change adaptation in the T‰mega and Sousa inter-municipality community: from predictive modelling of vulnerability to adaptation

J. A. Santos (Portugal) 1; A. Mendes (Portugal) 2; A. S. Vaz (Portugal) 3; A. Fonseca (Portugal) 1; C. Santos (Portugal) 4; H. Fraga (Portugal) 1; J. Cerejeira (Portugal) 5; J. F. Gonalves (Portugal) 3; J. P. Honrado (Portugal) 3; J. R. Vicente (Portugal) 3; L. F. S. Fernandes (Portugal) 1; M. Alves (Portugal) 4; M. Santos (Portugal) 1; P. Fernandes (Portugal) 1; R. Alves (Portugal) 2; R. Costa (Portugal) 1; R. Sousa (Portugal) 5

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

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

Community-based managed retreat in East Boston

Collyn Chan (Canada) 1; Mario Giampieri (United States of America) 1; Kelly Main (United States of America) 1; Kannan Thiruvengadam (United States of America) 2

Territorial Thinking for Climate Adaptation: combining future-oriented, systemic design and intercultural knowledge

Fronika De Wit (Portugal) 1; Carolina Giraldo Nohra (Italy) 2; Astrid Mangnus (Netherlands) 3

Co-creation for climate change adaptation in fisheries and aquaculture with various stakeholders, from policy to industry level

Charlotte Teresa Weber (Norway) 1; Michaela Aschan (Norway) 1; Rosa Chapela (Spain) 2; Mariola Norte (Spain) 2; Thi Thanh Thuy Pham (Norway) 1

Governance of Nature-Based Solutions. Social equity in trans-sectoral co-creation and co-production

Yvette Jeuken (Netherlands) 1

Public and Political Social Acceptability Challenges to the Implementation of Novel Climate Adaptation and Disaster Mitigation Technologies across Europe

Christopher Goldsworthy (United Kingdom) 1

Adapting to climate change through supporting an energy transition in agriculture

Anne Dansey (Australia) 1; Sara Bice (Australia) 2

User-driven design choices about user-interface, production and delivery of weather information under polycentric management in Ghana

Rebecca Sarku (Ghana) 1

Integrating NBS in cities through co-creation: a practical guidance for CLEVER Cities

Israa Mahmoud (Italy) 1; Giuseppe Salvia (Italy) 2; Eugenio Morello (Italy) 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

Collaborative approach to produce climate information for decision-making

Stéphanie Bleau (Canada) 1

A Museum of Anthropology: Eco-Cultural Restoration

Alyssa Schwann (Canada) 1

Understand and acting on coastal change along heritage coasts

Sally Brown (United Kingdom) 1; Phil Dyke (United Kingdom) 2; Helen Mann (United Kingdom) 2

Curation, coproduction and case studies: Good practice in climate change adaptation.

David Rissik (Australia) 1; Anne Leitch (Australia) 2

Climate information for the finance sector: case studies in France and the Netherlands

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

Green Revolution Technologies And Sub-Saharan Africa: Analyzing The Constellation Of Constraints For Scaling-Up Agriculture

Srijna Jha (Germany) 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

Adaptation and the rise of the pracademic

Celeste Young (Australia) 1

Applying the Living Lab approach for climate services. A case study example from a Baltic coastal city.

Bente Vollstedt (Germany) 1; Jana Koerth (Germany) 1; Athanasios Vafeidis (Germany) 1

Engaging with local small businesses and households to develop simple climate change risk management tools

Fahim Tonmoy (Australia) 1; David Rissik (Australia) 2

Exploratory approaches to question the implications of climate change for critical infrastructure and services: example of the French Railway System

Vivian Depoues (France) 1

Planning locale adaptation to climate change: case study of ‘Boucle du Mouhoun’ Region in Burkina Faso

Joachim Bonkoungou Joachim Bonkoungou (Burkina Faso) 1; Jérôme Compaoré (Burkina Faso) 1; Farid Traoré (Burkina Faso) 1; Issa Martin Bikienga (Burkina Faso) 2

Living Labs in Larvik – knowledge exchange with stakeholders to improve decision making for urban development in a changing climate

Amy Oen (Norway) 1; Cathrine Eckbo (Norway) 1; Heidi Knutsen (Norway) 1; Regula Frauenfelder (Norway) 1; Christina Ekeheien (Norway) 1; Carl Harbitz (Norway) 1; Bjørn Kalsnes (Norway) 1; Marit Vasbotten (Norway) 2; Ingerid Heggelund (Norway) 2

Municipalities in Transition – collaboration between citizen-led initiatives and local governments

Pedro Macedo (Portugal) 1

Increasing Citizens’ Perception and Awareness of Climate Risks – A case study in Porto

Ana Monteiro (Portugal) 1; Sara Santos Cruz (Portugal) 1; Paulo Concei‹o (Portugal) 1; Filipa Malafaya (Portugal) 1; Paula Gonalves (Portugal) 1; Tomasz Opach (Norway) 3; Carlo Navarra (Norway) 2

Information matters – building a program of knowledge sharing to support decision-making

Sarah Boulter (Australia) 1; Jean Palutikof (Australia) 2; David Rissik (Australia) 3; Ana Perez (Australia) 1

Reforestations in drylands as an adaptation measure to a climate change: evaluating ecological responses

Cristina Branquinho (Portugal) 1; Melanie Köbel (Portugal) 1; Alice Nunes (Portugal) 1; Adriana Príncipe (Portugal) 1; André Vizinho (Portugal) 1; Helena Serrano (Portugal) 1; Cristina Soares (Portugal) 2; Pedro Pinho (Portugal) 1,3

Copernicus User Learning Services: training programme assisting adaptation professionals in using climate data to support decision making

Annemarie Groot (Netherlands) 1; Emma Daniels (Netherlands) 1; Wilma Jans (Netherlands) 1; Nies Springe (Netherlands) 1; Fulco Ludwig (Netherlands) 2; Maria Del Pozo Garcia (Netherlands) 2; Janine Quist (Netherlands) 2; Marta Bruno Soares (Netherlands) 3; Janette Bessembinder (Netherlands) 4

Assessing meteorological data availability for prescribed burning as a decision support tool in fire prevention

Susana Dias (Portugal) 1; Conceição Colaço (Portugal) 1; Leónia Nunes (Portugal) 2,3; Francisco Rego (Portugal) 4

Foundation: Utilizing 3D web mapping to visual land use and trade-offs of adaptation policies

Collyn Chan (United States of America) 1; Scott Gilman (United States of America) 1; Mario Giampieri (United States of America) 1

Keeping it real?: Media and public concern with climate change on the Great Barrier Reef

Erin Bohensky (Australia) 1; Maxine Newlands (Australia) 2; Ally Lankester (Australia) 2

Climate adaptation services: User needs and adaptation services embedded in a web portal for climate services

Kleppek Sabine (Switzerland) 1

Digital scenarios and step-by-step guidance as support tools for adaptation of ground construction and disaster risk reduction

Kerstin Konitzer (Sweden) 1; Hjördis Löfroth (Sweden) 1

Convenient decision support tool for local government: framework and case study in the water management sector

Chae Yeon Park (Korea, Republic of) 1; Dong Kun Lee (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jiyeon Kim (Korea, Republic of) 1

Improving Resilience to Extreme Events

Minsung Hong (Norway) 1; Rajendra Akerkar (Norway) 1

Developing a national platform in Asia and the role of AP-PLAT, as a Hub to connect experience and expertise

Kazutaka Oka (Japan) 1; Yoshimi Fukumura (Japan) 1; Yasuaki Hijioka (Japan) 1

Visualizing local vulnerability to climate change for local environmental planning and communication with policy-makers and stakeholders

Makoto Ooba (Japan) 1; Takuya Togawa (Japan) 1; Shogo Nakamura (Japan) 1; Kei Gimi (Japan) 1; Akira Yoshioka (Japan) 1; Keisuke Kuroda (Japan) 1; Ronald Canero Estoque (Japan) 1

Integrating urban mitigation and adaptation? The links between global and local climate risks and co-benefits

Taedong Lee (Korea, Republic of) 1

Heat and Extreme Events – the adaptation gap to reduce health impacts.

Virginia Murray (United Kingdom) 1,5; Cristina Linares (Spain) 2; Rohaida Isnail (Malaysia) 3; Henry Neufedt (Denmark) 4; Gerardo Sanchez Martinez (Spain) 4

Early detection and information extraction for weather-induced floods using social media streams

Claudio Rossi Claudio Rossi (Italy) 1

LIFE UrbanProof tool: A decision support tool for Climate Proofing Urban Municipalities

Christina Papadaskalopoulou (Greece) 1; Giannis Lemesios (Greece) 2; Anna Karali (Greece) 2; Konstantinos Varotsos (Greece) 2; Aggeliki Konsta (Greece) 1; Christos Giannakopoulos (Greece) 2; Maria Loizidou (Greece) 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

Towards useable and living climate assessments: integrating across approaches in data sharing, visualization, provenance and online delivery

Fred Lipschultz (United States of America) 1

Translating geohazard research into a decision support tool: Communicating temporal variation in climate driven subsidence susceptibility for infrastructure planning

Anna Harrison (United Kingdom) 1; David Entwisle (United Kingdom) 1; Hughes Andrew (United Kingdom) 1; Andrew Hulbert (United Kingdom) 1; Lee Jones (United Kingdom) 1; Majdi Mansour (United Kingdom) 1; Lei Wang (United Kingdom) 1; Jim White (United Kingdom) 1; Chris Williams (United Kingdom) 1; Kathryn Lee (United Kingdom) 1

Dynamic Data Citation as a Service

Chris Schubert (Austria) 1; Katharina Sack (Austria) 1; Georg Seyerl (Austria) 1

Digital tools and methods to support decision-making for more resilient cities

Eleanor Chapman (Germany) 1; Julia Peleikis (Germany) 1; Vasileios Latinos (Germany) 1

Strategies, measures and indicators for effective adaptation of agriculture and forestry to climate change

André Vizinho (Portugal) 1; David Avelar (Portugal) 1; Tiago Lourenço (Portugal) 1; Alice Nunes (Portugal) 1; Hugo Oliveira (Portugal) 1; Leonor Sucena Paiva (Portugal) 1; Ana Lúcia Fonseca (Portugal) 1; Silvia Carvalho (Portugal) 1; Cristina Branquinho (Portugal) 1; Filipe Duarte Santos (Portugal) 1; Gil Penha-Lopes (Portugal) 1

Thermal Comfort Vulnerability of Residential Buildings: Assessing different climate and socio-economic perspectives for Portugal in 2050

João Pedro Gouveia (Portugal) 1; Pedro Palma (Portugal) 1; Sofia Simoes (Portugal) 1; Júlia Seixas (Portugal) 1

The Washington Coastal Resilience Project: Preparing Washington State, USA communities for the future of climate change

Katrina Radach (United States of America) 1; Jackson Blalock (United States of America) 1; Molly Bogeberg (United States of America) 1; Bridget Trosin (United States of America) 2

Experiences from development and evaluation of a computer-based serious game for urban climate adaptation

Lotta Andersson (Sweden) 1; Tina-Simone Neset (Sweden) 2; Ola Uhrqvist (Sweden) 3

Communicating Climate Change Adaptation: Perceptions of Flooding and Flood Risk in the Aire Valley West Yorkshire, England

Emma Stevens (United Kingdom) 1

ClimateChangePost presents latest insights from science and shows dividing line across Europe

Wilfried Ten Brinke (Netherlands) 1

Knowledge resources for national climate action: An analysis of developing country needs and perspectives

Blane Harvey (Canada) 1; Christina Cook (Canada) 2

Advertising and its Interdependence with the Roots of Climate Change: Rethinking the Role of Agency to Address Global Warming

David Park (United States of America) 1

Assessing user needs for climate adaptation services. How empirical evidence leads to a webportal and network for adaptation services

Kirsten Sander (Germany) 1; Esther Hoffmann (Germany) 2; Johannes Rupp (Germany) 2

The discussion of national adaptation promotion experience and the next national adaptation plan in Taiwan

Ming-Wei Chen (Taiwan) 1; Wei-Yu Chen (Taiwan) 2; Ning-Yi Wang (Taiwan) 2; Fu-Yu Tsai (Taiwan) 1

The Weather Roulette: a gambling game to communicate probabilistic climate predictions

Marta Terrado (Spain) 1; Isadora Christel (Spain) 1; Dragana Bojovic (Spain) 1; Llorenç Lledó (Spain) 1; Rodrigo Manzanas (Spain) 2; Albert Soret (Spain) 1; Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes (Spain) 1

UK newspapers’ narratives of climate change impacts and adaptation strategies: Few recommendations for individual households

Rachel Harcourt (United Kingdom) 1; Wandi Bruine De Bruin (United Kingdom) 1,2; Suraje Dessai (United Kingdom) 1; Andrea Taylor (United Kingdom) 1

EPIC WebGIS – A tool to provide a Sustainable Landscape Planning

Manuela R. Magalh‹es (Portugal) 1; Selma B. Pena (Portugal) 1; Ana MŸller (Portugal) 1; Nat‡lia S. Cunha (Portugal) 1; Jo‹o F Silva (Portugal) 1; Leonor T. Barata (Portugal) 1; Lu’sa Franco (Portugal) 1

Canvas exercise applied to exploitation – methodology for collectively defining exploitable results

Rita Andrade (Portugal) 1; Douglas Thompson (Portugal) 1

SASSCAL Open Access Data Centre (OADC) – A data, information and knowledge hub supporting open data exchange in southern Africa

Joerg Helmschrot (Namibia) 1,2

Guiding municipalities through the jungle of climate change adaptation

Anna Jonsson Anna Jonsson (Sweden) 1; Caroline Weidbo (Sweden) 1; Magnus Ršdin (Sweden) 1; Jacob Von Oelreich (Sweden) 1; Aino KrunegŒrd (Sweden) 1

A new global indicator to track the effects of climate change on forests

Paula Matos (Portugal) 1,2; Pedro Pinho (Portugal) 1,2; Alice Nunes (Portugal) 1; Cristina Branquinho (Portugal) 1

Integrating Climate Change Adaptation in Ocean Planning

Sara Hurtado (Portugal) 2; Francisco Andrade (Portugal) 2; Catarina Frazao-Santos (Portugal) 2

Urban trees contribution for mitigation of heat waves and air pollution: a first appraisal in Lisbon

Susana Dias (Portugal) 1; Marisa Graça (Portugal) 1; Ana Luisa Soares (Portugal) 1; Francisco Rego (Portugal) 1

Circular Economy and Water Efficiency as Crucial Tools for Adaptation to Climate Change in Portugal

Fernanda Gomes (Portugal) 1; António Branco (Portugal) 1

Derby; Our Adaptive Future City

Richard Walker (United Kingdom) 1

HS2 Phase One and Two: Integrating Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience throughout the programme

Alison Walker (United Kingdom) 1; Joanne Parker (United Kingdom) 1

Interacting climate risks within the built environment, natural environment and infrastructure: evidence in support of the third UK CCRA.

Paul Munday (United Kingdom) 1; Chris Rees (United Kingdom) 2

Scotland’s Dynamic Coast: An evidence-based routemap toward local and national coastal climate change adaptation

James Hansom (United Kingdom) 1; Alistair Rennie (United Kingdom) 1,2; James Fitton (Denmark) 1,3; Freya Muir (United Kingdom) 1; Martin Hurst (United Kingdom) 1

Protect assets or be resilient? Learning from disaster theory and practice;

John Handmer (Australia) 1

Study on heat health-related indicators in view of the climate change adaption strategy in Germany

Hans-Guido Mücke (Germany) 1,3; Alexander Krug (Germany) 2

A system dynamics approach for evaluation of climate change impact and adaptation strategies on the Jucar River Basin

Adrià Rubio-Martín (Spain) 1; Alberto García-Prats (Spain) 1; Héctor Maciá n-Sorribes (Spain) 1; Patricia Marcos-García (Spain) 1; Manuel Pulido-Velá zquez (Spain) 1

Fostering psychosocial resilience when facing heatwaves: a longitudinal analysis of citizens evaluation of demands and coping resources

Samuel Domingos (Portugal) 1; Rui Gaspar (Portugal) 2,3; João Marôco (Portugal) 1; Hugo Fonseca (Portugal) 4

Climate change risk associated with the prison system in Victoria, Australia. Managing these important institutions into the future?

David Rissik (Australia) 1

Effect of Increasing Surface Air Temperature and Sea Surface Temperature on Typhoon Rainfall Maximization

Jeonghyeon Choi (Korea, Republic of) 1; Kyungmin Kim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Inkyeong Sim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jeongeun Won (Korea, Republic of) 1; Okjeong Lee (Korea, Republic of) 1; Sangdan Kim (Korea, Republic of) 2

Reproduction of Historically Heavy Rainfall Event for Making Maximized Rainfall Event

Jeongeun Won (Korea, Republic of) 1; Okjeong Lee (Korea, Republic of) 1; Jeonghyeon Choi (Korea, Republic of) 1; Kyungmin Kim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Inkyeong Sim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Sangdan Kim (Korea, Republic of) 2

The contribution of the Municipal Climate Change Adaptation Plan to improve the city of Leiria«s resilience to climate risks

Margarida Morais (Portugal) 1; Luisa Gonçalves (Portugal) 2; João Martins (Portugal) 1; Maria João Vasconcelos (Portugal) 1; Sandra Macedo (Portugal) 1

The ÒresilientÓ and the ÒgoodÓ city: how tensions in managing urban heat arise

Maurice Skelton (Switzerland) 1,2; Christian Pohl (Switzerland) 1; Suraje Dessai (United Kingdom) 3; David N. Bresch (Switzerland) 1,2

Resilience to extreme precipitation events: Insights into peopleÕs risk perception, preparedness and behavior based on two case studies from Germany.

Britta Weisser (Germany) 1; Ali Jamshed (Germany) 1; Jörn Birkmann (Germany) 1

Adapting nature conservation along ScotlandÕs coast: using geodiversity to prepare for tomorrowÕs ÔnatureÕ

Nick Everett (United Kingdom) 1; Alistair Rennie (United Kingdom) 1; Rachel Wignall (United Kingdom) 1; John Gordon (United Kingdom) 2; Vanessa Brazier (United Kingdom) 1; Colin Macfadyen (United Kingdom) 1

Adapt at EDP Distribui‹o, as part of Climate Action Framework

Carlos Neto (Portugal) 1; Carlos Loureno (Portugal) 1; Ins Silva (Portugal) 1; Nuno Duarte (Portugal) 1; Paulo Alberto (Portugal) 1; Rita Serra (Portugal) 1; Sara Goulartt (Portugal) 2; S—nia Cardoso (Portugal) 1; Tiago Roj‹o (Portugal) 1; Lu’sa Pestana (Portugal) 2

Enhancing resilience of Bratislava City to climate change risks – example of the co-creation process in the RESIN project

Eva Streberova (Slovakia) 1; Eva Pauditsova (Slovakia) 2; Daniel Lueckerath (Germany) 3; Erich Rome (Germany) 3; Manfred Bogen (Germany) 3; Maddalen Mendizabal Zubeldia (Spain) 4; Ingrid Konrad (Slovakia) 5

Roadmap for Climate Change Adaptation in Southern Portugal Ð a water utility experience

Olga Martins (Portugal) 1; Angela Valadas (Portugal) 1; Ana Ribeiro (Portugal) 2; Joana Coelho (Portugal) 2; Marta Carvalho (Portugal) 2

Filling the R & A gap with private sector investments – Green Bonds Case Study

Heidi Tuhkanen (Finland) 1; Aaron Maltais (Sweden) 1

19:00 Tuesday

Climate Change Adaptation in Latin America: A systematic regional review of the technologies and techniques of multi-laterally funded adaptation projects

Megan Mills-Novoa (United States of America) 1

Vulnerability and Risk to Sea-Level rise on the Continental Atlantic coast of Portugal

Carlos Antunes (Portugal) 1,2; Carolina Rocha (Portugal) 2; Cristina Catita (Portugal) 1,2

The Iberian Upwelling System: what to expect in the future?

Isabel Gomes Teixeira (Portugal) 1; Francisco Gómez Figueiras (Spain) 2; Jesus Dubert (Portugal) 3; Henrique Queiroga (Portugal) 1

Landscape Planning and Permaculture interventions for Fire Prevention in Headwater systems. Monchique case study

Maria Teresa Neto Santos (Portugal) 1; Selma B. Pena (Portugal) 2

Intermunicipal planning cooperation: An approach to Jamor river basin management

Jorge Simão Cruz (Portugal) 1; Selma B. Pena (Portugal) 2

Extremely hot summers preceded by spring droughts in the Mediterranean

Ana Russo (Portugal) 1; Célia Gouveia (Portugal) 2; Emanuel Dutra (Portugal) 1; Pedro M.M. Soares (Portugal) 1; Ricardo M. Trigo (Portugal) 1

Water observatories as supporting tools to climate change adaptation in coastal ecosystems

Marta Rodrigues (Portugal) 1; Alexandra Cravo (Portugal) 2; André B. Fortunato (Portugal) 1; Anabela Oliveira (Portugal) 1; Ricardo Martins (Portugal) 1; José Jacob (Portugal) 2; João Rogeiro (Portugal) 1; Alexandra Rosa (Portugal) 2; Daniela Santos (Portugal) 1; Paula Freire (Portugal) 1; Alberto Azevedo (Portugal) 1

Enable Climate Intelligent Assistant for Resilient Cities

Ching-Pin Tung (Taiwan) 1; Jung-Hsuan Tsao (Taiwan) 1; Bing-Chen Jhong (Taiwan) 1; Ming-Hsu Li (Taiwan) 2; Po-Wen Perng (Taiwan) 1; Jung Huang (Taiwan) 1; Yu-Chuan Tien (Taiwan) 1; Chung-Yi Lin (Taiwan) 1

Climate Adaptation Services of Smart Water Drainage System of a Community Using Green Infrastructures

Pei-Yuan Chen (Taiwan) 1; Ching-Pin Tung (Taiwan) 1

The land morphology approach to flood risk mapping: An application to Portugal

Natá lia S. Cunha (Portugal) 1; Manuela R. Magalhães (Portugal) 1; Tiago Domingos (Portugal) 2; Maria Manuela Abreu (Portugal) 1; Christian Küpfer (Germany) 3

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Local Economic Development in Ghana: A case of Pru District in the Brong Ahafo Region

David Chutab Nawiene (Ghana) 1; , Albert Ahenkan (Ghana) 1; Justice Musah Issah Surugu (Ghana) 1

Simulating the effectiveness of greening measures for reducing the urban heat island effect: the case study of Milan

Nicola Colaninno (Italy) 1; Ahmed Eldesoky (Italy) 2; Eugenio Morello (Italy) 1

Ocean Acidification and Marketing Adaptation Options for the Aquaculture Industry

Felipe Vasquez-Lavin (Chile) 1; Roberto Ponce - Oliva (Chile) 1; Stefan Gelcich (Chile) 2,3

Assessing 33 Forest Species tolerance and associated risk for growth and survival in Reinfforce arboreta along Atlantic climate gradient

António Henrique Correia (Portugal) 1; Maria Helena Almeida (Portugal) 1; Christophe Orazio (France) 2; Margarida Tomé (Portugal) 1; Manuela Branco (Portugal) 1

Exploring the impact of low-frequency drought events in the Netherlands

Marjolein Mens (Netherlands) 1; Joost Delsman (Netherlands) 1; Ferdinand Diermanse (Netherlands) 1; Corine Ten Velden (Netherlands) 1; Martijn Visser (Netherlands) 1; Cor-Jan Vermeulen (Netherlands) 2; Bas De Jong (Netherlands) 3

Spatial Planning as powerful tool to integrate climate change adaptation towards territorial resilience: The experience of the Basque Country.

Gemma Garcia-Blanco (Spain) 1; Efren Feliu Torres (Spain) 1

Optimal operating rules under climate change combining agricultural and environmental goals with multiobjective programming in the Serpis River Basin (Spain)

Francisco Martinez-Capel (Spain) 1; Manuel Pulido-Velazquez (Spain) 1; Hector Macian-Sorribes (Spain) 1; Rafael Muñoz-Mas (Spain) 2; João Vieira (Portugal) 3; Cristina Barea-Sanchez (Spain) 1; Martin Ruiz-Rodriguez (Spain) 4

Waterways and climate change: A workflow for adapting river training

Linda Bergmann (Germany) 1; Regina Patzwahl (Germany) 1; Alexander Kikillus (Germany) 1; Nils Huber (Germany) 1

The influence of meteorological conditions on the extreme 2014 Legionella episode

Ana Russo (Portugal) 1; Célia M. Gouveia (Portugal) 2; Pedro M.M. Soares (Portugal) 1; Rita M. Cardoso (Portugal) 1; Ricardo M. Trigo (Portugal)

Household adoption of water conservation technologies in Tanzania

Srijna Jha (Germany) 1

Prioritizing risks of emerging plant pests and diseases in the European Union based on their social, economic and environmental impacts

Emilio Rodriguez-Cerezo (Spain) 1; Berta Sanchez (Spain) 1; Jesús Barreiro-Hurle (Spain) 1; Iria Soto-Embodas (Spain) 1

Validation of a multi-criteria decision making methodology for vulnerability assessment and prioritization of emergency actions

Leire Garmendia (Spain) 1; Alessandra Gandini (Spain) 2; Ignacio Piñero (Spain) 2; Jesús Cuadrado (Spain) 1; Eduardo Rojí (Spain) 1; Marta Olazabal (Spain) 3

Ecosystem-based adaptation to future precipitation impacts in Peru during Coastal-El Niño events

Maria Esther Caballero Espejo (Germany) 1

Coastal adaptation along the Spanish coast. How are we doing?

Uxia Lopez-Doriga (Spain) 1; Jose A. Jimenez (Spain) 1; Jochen Hinkel (Germany) 2; Alexander Bisaro (Germany) 2

Machine Learning for the Development of Tools for Planning of Climate Adaptation

Henrik Vest Soerensen (Denmark) 1; Rikke Nan Valdemarsen (Denmark) 1

The RESCCUE approach for the effectiveness assessment of climate-related adaptation strategies in urban areas

Eduardo Martínez-Gomariz (Spain) 1; Salvador Vela (Spain) 1; Desirée Marin (Spain) 1

Current trends and future projection for eutrophication level in Taiwan major reservoirs

Marsha Savira Agatha Putri (Taiwan) 1; Yu-Chun Wang (Taiwan) 1; Yu-Kai Lin (Taiwan) 2; Lin-Han Chiang Hsieh (Taiwan) 1

Climate Services Supporting DRR and CAA under a post-2015 agenda

Roger Street (United Kingdom) 1; Carlo Buontempo (United Kingdom) 2; Jaroslav Mysiak (Italy) 3; Eleeleni Karali (Greece) 4; Mário Pulquério (Portugal) 5; Virginia Murray (United Kingdom) 6; Rob Swart (Netherlands) 7

Drought Monitoring and Analysis in Mainland Portugal

Vanda Pires (Portugal) 1; Tânia Cota (Portugal) 1

Emergency Medical Services Associated with Ambient Temperatures in Taiwan

Yu-Chun Wang (Taiwan) 1; Yu-Kai Lin (Taiwan) 2; Yi-Jhih Chen (Taiwan) 1; Fung-Chang Sung (Taiwan) 3

The Transfigured Waterfront

Matthew Bradbury (New Zealand) 1; Xinxin Wang (New Zealand) 1

A climate change Impact assessment framework based on outcome indicator: values estimation focusing on the citizens’ quality of life

Takuya Togawa (Japan) 1; Hiroyoshi Morita (Japan) 2; Estoque Ronald C. (Japan) 1; Makoto Ooba (Japan) 1; Takashi Tsuji (Japan) 1; Akira Yoshioka (Japan) 1; Kei Gomi (Japan) 1; Keisuke Kuroda (Japan) 1; Shogo Nakamura (Japan) 1; Noriyasu Kachi (Japan) 3

The achievements of pilot projects for establishing climate change adaptation plans in Korea’s 35 local governments and future direction

Youngshin Lim (Korea, Republic of) 1; Huicheul Jung (Korea, Republic of) 1

INNOMED project: Innovative options for water resources management in the Mediterranean – The Portuguese case study

Pedro Beca (Portugal) 1; Santiago Beguer’a (Spain) 2; Paulo Diogo (Portugal) 1; Ant—nio Carmona Rodrigues (Portugal) 1; Jo‹o Fonseca (Portugal) 1

CLIM2POWER Project: seasonal forecasting for hydropower capacity in the Douro river basin – Portuguese case study

Pedro Beca (Portugal) 1; Sofia G. Sim›es (Portugal) 2; Babar Mujtaba (Portugal) 1; Paulo Diogo (Portugal) 1; Amorim Filipa (Portugal) 2; S’lvia Carvalho (Portugal) 3; Pedro Paes (Portugal) 4

Missing Dimensions of the Climate Change Adaptation Planning in Nepal – From NAPA to NAPs and Beyond

Tek Jung Mahat (Nepal) 1

Water and Energy Nexus Study in Public Irrigation Systems: A New Character in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Story

Madalena Moreira (Portugal) 1; Carina Arranja (Portugal) 2; Nelson Carriço (Portugal) 3; Dália Loureiro (Portugal) 4

National Adaptation Policy and Its Influence on Local Practice: Climate Change Adaptation Act, Japan

Yoshimi Fukumura (Japan) 1; Kazutaka Oka (Japan) 1; Yasuaki Hijioka (Japan) 1

The Lisbon Commitment for Environment, Climate and Energy

Ana Cristina Lourenço (Portugal) 1; Inês Metelo (Portugal) 1; Paula Alves (Portugal) 1; Filomena Marques (Portugal) 1

Co-defining adaptation pathways for Blue Growth in the context of insularity.

Hugo Costa (Portugal) 1; Andreia Sousa (Portugal) 1; Tiago Capela Lourenço (Portugal) 1; Matías González Hernández (Spain) 4; Florin Ioras (United Kingdom) 2; Gabriel Jorda (Spain) 3; Carmelo Leon (Spain) 4; Fernando Tuya (Spain) 4; Yen Lam González (Spain) 4; Elodie Briche (Spain) 5; Ghislain Dubois (Spain) 5; Rob Swart (Portugal) 1

Using and developing climate indices for nature-based tourism in Norway

Stephanie Mayer (Norway) 1; Eivind Brendehaug (Norway) 2; Inger Hanssen-Bauer (Norway) 3,4

Twice as adaptive: Participation to integrate adaptation to climate change in fisheries and aquaculture sectors

Mariola Norte (Spain) 1,2; Rosa Chapela (Spain) 1; Marta Ballesteros (Spain) 1; Jose L. Santiago (Spain) 1; Mercedes Ferná ndez (Spain) 1

Co-development of a knowledge portal to utilize uncertain multi-model based information on freshwater-related hazards of climate change

Carina Zang (Germany) 3; Dirk Schwanenberg (Germany) 1; Fabian Kneier (Germany) 2; Stephan Dietrich (Germany) 3; Harald Koethe (Germany) 3; Petra Doell (Germany) 2

Building community consensus of prioritized issues via a participatory integrated assessment approach – climate change participatory workshop

Shih-Yun Kuo (Taiwan) 1; Hsin-Chi Li (Taiwan) 1

Developing a tool for transferring good practices and knowledge to qualify agriculture and forest stakeholders to cope with climate change

Diogo Martins (Portugal) 1; Gonçalo Caleia Rodrigues (Portugal) 1; Teresa Afonso Do Paço (Portugal) 1; Luis Mira Da Silva (Portugal) 1

Cocreation of climate change resources with two Indigenous Shire Councils in Australia

Anne M Leitch (Australia) 1; Kerrie Foxwell-Norton (Australia) 1

Tailoring to the needs of users of Climate Services for the European water sector

Bart Van Den Hurk (Netherlands) 1; Janet Wijngaard (Netherlands) 1; Bernd Eggen (United Kingdom) 2; Erik Kjellström (Sweden) 3; Linus Magnusson (United Kingdom) 4; David Lavers (United Kingdom) 4; Hans De Moel (Netherlands) 5; Albrrecht Weerts (Netherlands) 6; Maria-Helena Ramos (France) 7; Bastian Klein (Germany) 8; Laurent Pouget (Spain) 9; Johannes Hunink (Spain) 10; Ertug Ercin (Netherlands) 10; Maria Mañez (Germany) 11; Cédric Hananel (Belgium) 12

Vulnerability and adaptation to climate change: engaging participatory approaches to inform community decision-making

Julian Sartorius (United Kingdom) 1

Enhancing urban resilience: The use of risk communication to motivate individual adaptive behaviour in flood risk areas

Marie-Sophie Attems (Austria) 1; Sven Fuchs (Austria) 1; Thomas Thaler (Austria) 1

Citizen Participation in Climate Adaptation Processes

Theresa Anna Michel (Germany) 1

Local Climate Governance and System Innovation: Solutions for Local Mobility in the Portuguese Municipality of Torres Vedras

Fronika De Wit (Portugal) 1; Sandra Pedro (Portugal) 2; Margarida Frade (Portugal) 2

Exploring the development of community adaptation opportunities with Taiwan’s low-carbon sustainable homeland institution.

Zheng-Zhong Yeh (Taiwan) 1; Pei-Chien Hsu (Taiwan) 2; Tsung-Yi Tsai (Taiwan) 1; Li-Ting Ciou (Taiwan) 1; Yi-Ping Yang (Taiwan) 3

Public private sectors partnership for disaster risk reduction in Armenia.

Evangelos Katsaros (Greece) 1; George Drakatos (Greece) 2; George Boustras (Cyprus) 3

CoCliME: Co-development of Climate services for adaptation to changing Marine Ecosystems

Caroline Cusack (Ireland) 1; Eleanor O’Rourke (Ireland) 1; Beatrix Siemering (Ireland) 1; Gregor Vulturius (Sweden) 2; Philipp Hess (France) 3; Muriel Travers (France) 4; Gildas Appéré (France) 5; Véronique Le Bihan (France) 4; Jeremy Thomas (France) 4; Patrice Guillotreau (France) 4; Elisa Berdalet (Spain) 6; Rodolphe Lemeé (France) 7; Matthias Gröger (Sweden) 8; Bengt Karlson (Sweden) 8; Lars Arneborg (Sweden) 8; Lars Naustvoll (Norway) 9; Elena Stoica (Romania) 10; Jennifer West (Norway) 11

Living labs for flood risk prevention: insights from practice in Bremen, Germany

Christof Vo¤eler (Germany) 1; Anna Pechan (Germany) 1

Business models for Climate Services: an analysis

Francesca Larosa (Italy) 1; Jaroslav Mysiak (Italy) 1

Barcelona’s coproduced climate plan

Irma Ventayol (Spain) 1

Communicating Climate Science Through Poems, Songs, Theatre & Visual Art – The Story of “Climate Stories”

Bernd Eggen (United Kingdom) 1; Natalie Garrett (United Kingdom) 1; Jane Strachan (United Kingdom) 1; Peter Stott (United Kingdom) 1,2

ISIpedia – making climate impact science policy-relevant

Inga Menke (Germany) 1; Quentin Lejeune (Germany) 1; Gina Maskell (Germany) 1; Kaylin Lee (Germany) 1; Lila Warszawski2 (Germany) 2; Felix John (Germany) 2; Ted Veldkamp (Netherlands) 3,4; Yusuke Satoh (Austria) 3; Yoshihide Wada (Austria) 3; Katja Frieler (Germany) 2

Engaging communities to build resilience – how Ireland is looking to have a dialogue with communities on the challenges involved

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

Adaptation governance systems: a comparison of international and national climate change policy frames and narratives

Ingrid Baker (Australia) 1

Examining governance arrangements for spontaneous crisis volunteers: Lessons for governing emerging resilience and adaptation

Andrea Grant (New Zealand) 1; Franca Buelow (Germany) 2

Water resources management and climate change adaptation in Iberian transboundary basins

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

A discursive space of adaptation policy options for water management

Yi Hyun Kang (Germany) 1

Breaking down policy siloes in Canada to protect vulnerable populations and increase national resilience to climate impacts and disaster risks

Jimena Eyzaguirre (Canada) 1; Marc Nelitz (Canada) 1; Heather Stager (Canada) 2

Climate risks and environmental justice: how land deals constrain resilience practices in Mozambique

Carla Gomes (Portugal) 1

Reviewing railway operation regulations and policies regarding potential climate change

Maike Norpoth (Germany) 1; Carina Herrmann (Germany) 1; Monika Rauthe (Germany) 2; Markus Reinhardt (Germany) 1; Andreas Walter (Germany) 2; Markus Forbriger (Germany) 1; Stephanie Hänsel (Germany) 2

Transformative Climate Actions among Youth

Susanna Niederer (Switzerland) 1

Population Consolidation in the Maldives as a response to 21st Century Sea-Level Rise

Geronimo Gussmann (Germany) 1

Climateurope: the European network for climate services

Natalie Garrett (United Kingdom) 1; Chris Hewitt (United Kingdom) 1; Paula Newton (United Kingdom) 1; Lola Kotova (Germany) 2; Aleksandra Kr_i_ (Serbia) 3; Mauro Buonocore (Italy) 4; Slobodan Nickovic (Serbia) 3; Ralf Toumi (United Kingdom) 5; Janette Bessembinder (Netherlands) 6

Good for me and good for you? Exploring green roofs as climate adaptation with multiple social dilemmas

Matteo Roggero (Germany) 1

Climate Proofing of Portuguese Energy Sector Strategies and Plans

Ricardo Aguiar (Portugal) 1; Carla Martins (Portugal) 1

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

Regional climate adaptation network for municipal public servants

David Hirdman (Sweden) 1; Joanna Friberg (Sweden) 2

Transnationalisation of climate adaptation by regional governments and the RegionsAdapt initiative

Joana Setzer (United Kingdom) 1; Elisa Sainz De Murieta (Spain) 2; Ibon Galarraga (Spain) 2

Evaluating climate change adaptation measures for a Mediterranean Watershed with stakeholder engagement

Elias Giannakis (Cyprus) 1; Christos Zoumides (Cyprus) 1; Adriana Bruggeman (Cyprus) 2; Marios Mouskountis (Cyprus) 3; Ayis Iacovides (Cyprus) 4,5

The role of state and nonstate actors in climate change Tehran’s subway development menace by national and international actors

Alireza Hashemi Behramani (Switzerland) 1

Fit for Climate Change: The Climate Adaption Strategy in the City of Vienna

Sylvia Berndorfer (Austria) 1

Incorporating intergovernmental participation into building resilience for integrated river basin management: A social network approach

Hung-Chih Hung (Taiwan) 1; Min-Ling Hong (Taiwan) 1; Chih-Hsuan Hung (Taiwan) 1

Climate Equity Perspective: Climate Change and Mental Health Services Adaptability

Ans Irfan (United States of America) 1

The future of citizen engagement in cities – the council of citizen engagement in sustainable urban strategies (ConCensus)

Richard Elelman (Spain) 1

Deriving ‘Power Sensitive Design Principles’ for long-term climate change adaptation policies in South Asia

Sumit Vij (Netherlands) 1

The climate change adaptation process of the Slovak Republic – discussing challenges in policymaking and practice

Angelika Tam‡sov‡ (Slovakia) 1

SDGs in national implementation of the Floods Directive – Danish experiences and suggestions

Martin Jebens (Denmark) 1; Carlo Sørensen (Denmark) 1; Mie Thomsen (Denmark) 1; Kaija Andersen (Denmark) 1

Human rights protection as a vehicle for coherence between disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation and sustainable development

Riccardo Luporini (Italy) 1

Revealing the effects of cross-scale power relations through analysis of Nationally Determined Contributions to the UNFCCC

Stephen Woroniecki (Sweden) 1; Susanne Skyllerstedt (Sweden) 2

Irrigation in Portugal and climate change

Alberto Freitas (Portugal) 1; Cláudia Brandão (Portugal) 1; António Campeã Da Mota (Portugal) 1

A theory of sustainable climate change adaptation

Carlo Aall (Norway) 1

Design Comments; a visual, dialogue-based approach to facilitate transdisciplinary collaboration and holistic solutions in climate change adaptation projects

Katrina Marstrand Wiberg (Denmark) 1

Big-data-driven Exploitation of Trans-Arctic Maritime Transportation

Zhihua Zhang (China) 1

Intercomparison of hydrological impacts of moderate and high-end climate change projections across European river basins

Anastasia Lobanova (Germany) 1; Stefan Liersch (Germany) 1; Joao Pedro Nunes (Portugal) 2; Iulii Didovets (Germany) 1; Judith Stagl (Germany) 1; Shaochun Huang (Norway) 3; Rocio Rivas-Lopez (Germany) 1; Cathrine Fox Maule (Germany) 4; Fred Hattermann (Germany) 1

Climatic distances between origin and labor locations for migrants in contemporary and future climate in Siberia

Elena Parfenova (Russian Federation) 1; Nadezhda Tchebakova (Russian Federation) 1

Limits to Climate Change Adaptation: New Evidence and Insights

Johanna Nalau (Australia) 2; Walter Leal Filho (Germany) 1

Wai o Papa-Waterlands: coastal resilience through art-science-cross cultural collaboration

Jane Richardson (New Zealand) 1; Derrylea Hardy (New Zealand) 1; Murray Patterson (New Zealand) 1; Moira Poutama (New Zealand) 3; Huhana Smith (New Zealand) 1; Aroha Spinks (New Zealand) 3; Martin Manning (New Zealand) 2

Possible migration due to climate change in relation with exceeding temperature (2ºC) in coastal zone of Bangladesh

Md Atiqur Rahman (Bangladesh) 1; Tanvir Ahmad (Bangladesh) 2

Trade-offs in climate adaptation management – Agricultural practitioners’ perspectives on the Nordic region

Lotten WirŽhn (Sweden) 1,2; Tina-Simone Neset (Sweden) 1,2; Janina KŠyhkš (Finland) 3; Sirkku Juhola (Finland) 3

The forgotten blue-green passages and their potentials for climate change adaptation with multiple benefits in urban landscapes

Katrina Marstrand Wiberg (Denmark) 1

Promoting flood risk reduction: The role of insurance in Germany and England

Swenja Surminski (United Kingdom) 1; Annegret Thieken (Germany) 2

Estimating the distributional impacts on local livelihoods of river flow change due to dam building, northern Ghana

Laetitia Pettinotti (United Kingdom) 1; Marloes Mul (Netherlands) 2; Anil Markandya (United Kingdom) 1; James Dalton (Switzerland) 3

Harnessing agrobiodiversity for climate change adaptation in semi-arid areas of Mali

Alcade C. Segnon (Benin) 1,2,3; Robert B Zougmore (Mali) 2; Enoch G. Achigan-Dako (Benin) 3; Benjamin D. Ofori (Ghana) 1; Chris Gordon (Ghana) 1

Mitigation of flood risk with private precautionary measures

Nivedita Sairam (Germany) 1; Friederike Holz (United Kingdom) 2; Sally Priest (United Kingdom) 2; Achim Daschkeit (Germany) 3; Ayse Duha Metin (Germany) 1; Lydia Cumiskey (United Kingdom) 2; Annegret Thieken (Germany) 4; Maya Manocsoc (Germany) 3; Marlies Barendrecht (Austria) 5; Heidi Kreibich (Germany) 1; Kai Schröter (Germany) 1

A framework to examine the adaptive capacity of peri-urban institutions in a changing and uncertain future

Sharlene L. Gomes (Netherlands) 1; Leon M. Hermans (Netherlands) 1

Southern Hemisphere climate changes studies: a contribution for climate risk management and resilience

Ana Gomes (Portugal) 1; Delminda Moura (Portugal) 2; Nuno Bicho (Portugal) 1; Simon Connor (France) 3,4; Mussa Raja (Portugal) 1; Jonathan Haws (United States of America) 5; Mussa Achimo (Mozambique) 6; Brandon Zinsious (United States of America) 7; Elena Skosey-Lalonde (United States of America) 7; Célia Gonçalves (Portugal) 1; Sónia Oliveira (Portugal) 2; Roxane Matias (Portugal) 1; Paulo Fernandes (Portugal) 2; Susana Costas (Portugal) 2; João Cascalheira (Portugal) 1

Climate adapt cities with green infrastructure in Nordic cities: learning with stakeholders

Jorge H. Amorim (Sweden) 1; Gunn Persson (Sweden) 1; Christina Wikberger (Sweden) 2

Building Climate Resilience into Infrastructure Assets

Dr Jacqueline Balston (Australia) 1; Dr Stephen Lees (Australia) 2; Robert Fuller (Australia) 2; Melanie Thomas (Australia) 3; Jacqueline Grove (Australia) 3

Measures of heat stress resilience of small and medium-sized communities promoted by the project LIFE LOCAL ADAPT

Bettina Fischer (Austria) 1; Majana Heidenreich (Germany) 2; Valeri Goldberg (Germany) 2; Caterina Joseph (Germany) 3; Barbara Köstner (Germany) 2; Dominic Rumpf (Germany) 3; Adelheid Weiland (Austria) 1; Andrea Gössinger-Wieser (Austria) 1

Exploring the engagement of citizens in resilience building through nature-based solutions

Fabiola Espinoza (Peru) 1; Bernadett Kiss (Sweden) 1; Fabiola Espinoza Cordova (Peru) 1

Heavy rain resilience of small and medium-sized communities promoted by the project LIFE LOCAL ADAPT

Majana Heidenreich (Germany) 1; Bettina Fischer (Austria) 2; Adelheid Weiland (Austria) 2; Dominic Rumpf (Germany) 3; Caterina Joseph (Germany) 3; Barbara Köstner (Germany) 1; Christian Bernhofer (Germany) 1

Biodiversity conservation, land-use planning and climate change: a sixty-years perspective of threatened mammal species in Europe

Diogo Alagador (Portugal) 1; Jorge Orestes Cerdeira (Portugal) 2; Miguel Bastos Araujo (Spain) 3

Preventing Flooding risk by making resilient communities

Clarissa Dondi (Italy) 1; Astrid Franceschetti (Italy) 1; Morena Barilani (Italy) 1; Eva Merloni (Italy) 2; Alessandra De Savino (Italy) 3; Marco Cardinaletti (Italy) 3; Valeria Pancioli (Italy) 1

Testing climate resilience of irrigated agriculture with an online drought risk management tool

Lamprini Papadimitriou (United Kingdom) 1; Ian Holman (United Kingdom) 1; Jerry Knox (United Kingdom) 1; Mick Redman (United Kingdom) 1; David Haro (Spain) 2

Living in the flood zone: operationalising urban resilience at the neighborhood scale through adaptive urban design approaches.

Elisa Palazzo (Australia) 1

Bringing the Mediterranean to Birmingham: nature-based solutions for the impact of extreme heat on regional interdependent infrastructure

Emma Ferranti (United Kingdom) 1

Transforming Milan into a sustainable, green and resilient city

Piero Pelizzaro (Italy) 1; Ilaria Giuliani (Italy) 1

A new approach for the city-scale assessment of brownfield land and impact upon climate resilience

Paul Preston (United Kingdom) 1; Gina Cavan (United Kingdom) 1; Rachel Dunk (United Kingdom) 1; Graham Smith (United Kingdom) 1

Site-level Resilience Planning for Natura 2000 woodlands in Scotland

Duncan Stone (United Kingdom) 1; Chris Donald (United Kingdom) 1; Christiane Valluri-Nitsch (United Kingdom) 1

Assessing climate change adaptation in the coastal region of Bangladesh: Challenges and solutions

Saiyedatun Nesa (Bangladesh) 1

A practitionerÕs perspective on building climate resilience in major projects through the planning process

Christopher Harris1

Roles and Responsibilities in Climate Risk Management in Austria Ð the RESPECT research project

Thomas Schinko (Austria) 1; Markus Leitner (Austria) 2