Maritime Forum
Climate change
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ICE2SEA - briefing on sea-level rise

The ‘poster child’ of sea‐level rise is a major misrepresentation of the actual risks to our growing coastal cities and unique coastal habitats, and damages the understanding of the changing risks associated with sea levels. Unfortunately, these provocative images often printed by the media alongside misleading headlines evoke a dramatic consequence of future sea‐level rise projections.

Last update: 14/07/12

Climate change adaptation - lunchtime conference

preliminary results of a study from DG-CLIMA presentation  

Start date: 16/03/2012 - 12:30
Last update: 19/03/12

Interactions in the coastal areas at the local and transnational scale in a changing environment: surface waters and the subterranean estuary, sediment fluxes, erosion and transport processes, stability of the coasts.

 

Last update: 15/02/11

"Climate Change and related issues in coastal and marine areas: from science to policy" (4.5)

Decisions on how best to adapt to climate change must be based on solid scientific analysis. Research is needed to understand and predict past and future climate change and related issues impacts thus enabling vulnerable communities to cope with them efficiently.

Start date: 20/05/2010 - 14:30
Last update: 23/01/15

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