Sea Level Rise (SLR):
Sea level rise refers to the long-term increase in the average level of the Earth’s oceans and is primarily caused by the melting of glaciers and ice sheets, as well as the thermal expansion of seawater due to global warming.
Assessment Report (AR):
An Assessment Report, often referred to as AR, is a comprehensive scientific evaluation conducted by international organizations or research institutions to assess and summarize the state of knowledge on a particular topic. In the context of sea level rise, ARs provide updated information, projections, and potential impacts based on the latest scientific research.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC):
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body comprising scientists and experts from around the world. It is responsible for assessing scientific research on climate change, including sea level rise, and providing policymakers with objective and policy-relevant information through its Assessment Reports.
Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSP):
Shared Socioeconomic Pathways are a set of scenarios developed by the scientific community to explore and assess potential future socioeconomic and environmental conditions. SSPs provide a framework for integrating socio-economic narratives with climate change projections and are used in climate change research to understand the possible impacts of different societal development pathways on greenhouse gas emissions, adaptation, and mitigation strategies. They help researchers and policymakers explore a range of plausible future scenarios and their implications for addressing challenges such as sea level rise. SSPs are typically represented by different storylines, each describing a unique combination of demographic, economic, social, and technological factors that shape future development pathways.
Adaptation refers to the process of adjusting and preparing for the impacts of climate change, including sea level rise. It involves implementing strategies and measures to reduce vulnerability and increase resilience in order to cope with changing environmental conditions and minimize the negative effects on communities, ecosystems, and infrastructure.
Mitigation refers to actions taken to reduce or prevent the emission of greenhouse gases, which are the primary cause of climate change. In the context of sea level rise, mitigation efforts aim to address the root causes of rising sea levels by implementing policies and practices that reduce carbon emissions and promote the use of renewable energy sources, thereby minimizing the rate and magnitude of future sea level rise.
Who we are.
- The CoCliCo Consortium (“CoCliCo”) consists of a list of partners you can find in the partners page. CoCliCo item corresponds to each partner (legal entity) of the consortium.
- BRGM, the French geological survey (www.brgm.fr), is France’s leading public institution for Earth Science applications for the management of surface and sub-surface resources with a view to sustainable development.
- BRGM is headquartered at 3 avenue Claude-Guillemin, BP 36009, 45060 Orléans Cedex 02, France, Tel: + 33 (0)2 38 64 34 34.
Key points of our policy.
- The purpose behind processing your personal data and for what reason CoCliCo handles your personal data.
- The legal framework that justifies the processing behind each purpose.
- If there is any disclosure of your data to third parties or if there are any international transfers containing the same information. Regarding this, we inform you that we do not transfer your data to third parties and we would only hand them over if there was a legal obligation to do so (derived from a request from the State Security Forces or Courts) or if it was absolutely necessary in order to provide you with a service, in which case we will ask for your express consent.
- The time period for which your data will be kept, which is necessary to maintain our working relationship or to provide you with the service or function that you have requested. Therefore, if we don’t need your data to provide you with any service, then this data will be blocked and will only be accessible by the Public Authorities in the event of legal, administrative or fiscal claims in accordance with the deadlines established by each regulation for this purpose.
What information will we collect about you?
You should know that there are different ways to collect personal data:
- The data you provide us directly. We collect information about you when you contact us through the channels set up for this purpose, such as the contact address. When you contact us through this channel, we may collect your email, your name and surname, your country of residence, and other data that you voluntarily provide us to maintain the business relationship. In order to ensure that the information provided is always up to date and free of errors, you must notify the CoCliCo Consortium as soon as possible of any changes to your personal data that may occur by sending an e-mail to the address given here.
What is the origin of your data?
We consider that all the data processed by CoCliCo has been freely provided by you.
How will we use your personal information? What services do we provide for you?
We will act as the responsible party for processing your personal data for all purposes. The aforementioned purposes are:
- To keep you informed about CoCliCo products and services, as well as send you news, events and other activities that may be of interest to you.
- To provide you with the services you have requested from us, to attend to your requests for information as well as to assist you in the practice of your rights.
What is the legal legitimacy for the treatment of your data?
The processing of your data for purposes related to the contact form, or commercial or advertising communications related to CoCliCo’s products and services are based on the management and processing of the legal relationship established between both parties, i.e., the management of your own request, the maintenance of contact, the provision of the service you have requested and, where appropriate, the legitimate interest of the CoCliCo Consortium.
Data transfer and international transfer.
At CoCliCo, we do not give your personal information to third parties and we don’t do international transfers with the purposes described, beyond the assignments that may result necessary to public administrations and administration of justice, in compliance with the legal obligations that apply to us. However, if necessary, they will always be assigned based on a legal basis that legitimizes this treatment, and we will inform you beforehand.
Exercising your rights.
Please note that you will be able to exercise the following rights:
- Right to access your personal data in order to know which data points are being processed and the processing operations that are being carried out with them.
- Right to rectify any piece of inaccurate personal data.
- Right to delete your personal data, where possible.
- Right to request a restriction on the processing of your personal data when the accuracy, legality or necessity of the data processing is in doubt, in which case we may retain the data for the purpose of exercising or defending any claims put forward.
- Right to object to the processing of your personal data when the legal basis that enables us to process them, in accordance with paragraph 4 above, is of legitimate interest.
- Right to oppose automated decision-making.
- Right to the transferability of your data, when the legal basis that authorises us to process it in the manner indicated in section 4 above, is the existence of a contractual relationship or your consent.
- Right to revoke consent that has been granted to CoCliCo.
You will be able to exercise your rights at any time and for free in the following ways:
- By sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the right you wish to exercise and your personal details.
- By sending a written request to the address listed in paragraph 1, indicating the right you wish to exercise and your personal details.
- In addition, when you receive any form of communication from us, by clicking on the unsubscribe section at the bottom of this communication, you will be able to opt out of all previously accepted commercial communications.
Retention periods and cookies.
Security and confidentiality.
We are committed to the safekeeping of your information. In order to prevent the unauthorised access or the unauthorised disclosure of personal data, we have taken appropriate technical and physical measures and management processes to safeguard and secure the information we gather about you.