|The Climate-ADAPT newsletter is released The European Climate Adaptation Platform Climate-ADAPT is a partnership between the European Commission and the European Environment Agency (EEA). Climate-ADAPT released the last newsletter. |
Monday 23 March 2020
|GREEN WIN project contributes to reduction of CO2 emissions Waterways Ireland, in partnership with Canal and River Trust in the UK and 4 other partners (in France, Belgium and Netherlands) , are working together as part of the project Green WIN, funded under the Thematic Priority Low Carbon of INTERREG NWE. The project’s main objective is to tackle the excess energy use and high carbon emissions waterways management organisations cause when pumping water around the region’s rivers and canals.
As well as laboratory trials in University Liège and site trials at several locations in France, Ireland and the UK, the partners are working towards developing a ‘Greener Waterways Network’ as well as a Greener Pumping Toolkit to assist pump replacement planning. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Thursday 12 March 2020
|INNOVA has released its 5th Emagazine INNOVA has released its 5th Emagazine: Taiwan megacity Kaohsiung: how to beat extreme climate events in a tropical metropole.
Wageningen Environmental Research, et al., Friday 21 February 2020
|76 applications received for the SOLSTICE Call On 3rd of February a total of 76 applications were successfully submitted to the JPI Climate Enabling Societal Transformation in the Face of Climate Change (SOLSTICE) Call. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Thursday 6 February 2020
|More training for science in diplomacy demanded at the European Parliament On January 21, “School for Science IN decision processes and Diplomacy” had the chance to present its activities in an event for Italian Members of the European Parliament in Brussels. The event was organised by school4SID which is an initiative by the National Research Council of Italy. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Monday 3 February 2020
|COP25 Side Event “Connecting scientific knowledge to implement the Paris Agreement. The value of trust in international research cooperation” The JPI Climate side event held on 12 December in Italian Pavilion at 6-8 pm in Madrid, Spain gathered around 40 participants among the COP25 attendants. A welcome speech was given by Italian Minister of Research and Education, Sergio Costa, who emphasized the importance of reliable climate information and translated to specific needs for action. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Tuesday 17 December 2019
|SOLSTICE Google Hangout Q&A session SOLSTICE Call Secretariat is hosting a Google Hangout Q&A session on Monday the 9th of December. Between 9.30 and 13.00 CET. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Wednesday 4 December 2019