Want to know more about the IPCC projections & planning for sea level rise? This event will present key statements on the sea-level rise from the Working Group I and II IPCC reports, including adaptation challenges. The authors of the report will present the latest projections, where to find the data and how to interpret […]
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Tôt ou tard, l’élévation du niveau de la mer dépassera 2 mètres. Cet événement interviendra dans une fenêtre temporelle allant du prochain siècle à 2000 ans selon les émissions de gaz à effet de serre et la vitesse de fonte des calottes de glace polaires. Ceci modifiera drastiquement les côtes européennes. L’Europe et les États […]
We annually upload work package deliverables, so they are publicly available. You can find all published deliverables in the designated work package page. They are in blue to easier to view which have been uploaded and which will be uploaded in the future. Just click to view or download! For convenience, we are also uploading […]
This is a joint policy brief between the PROTECT, CoCliCo and SCORE projects. Each has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement numbers 869304, 101003598 and 101003534. Key Messages 2 meters of sea-level rise can not be realistically avoided sooner or later. This will fundamentally change European […]
CoCliCo marks the anniversary with a consortium wide workshop. We hosted our first in-person workshop in Orleans, where we brought together representatives from each of the partner organisations. We are already one year into the project and have completed a lot, from defining key user stories to creating the fast-track platform. So now was a […]
The consequences of sea-level rise and coastal flooding cannot be underestimated. With 7% of Europe’s population living in highly exposed coastal areas, we need to plan now to protect lives and economies in the future. Authoritative data, based on the best available science, is needed now to support the decisions being made. All coastal European […]
The IPCC WG2 Climate Report published today is the most precise and up to date global assessment of impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change available at this time. 270 authors from 67 countries contributed to this assessment. Sea level rise represents a major threat for coastal communities, infrastructure and ecosystems during the 21st century […]
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101003598