• 28 October 2022

The sea is rising: the science-policy dialogue in the oldest city of the future


“Sea level rise is a risk to society, from local to global.” On this statement by Sylvie Joussaume from the French National Centre for Scientific Research and Governing Council of the Knowledge Hub on Sea Level Rise, the Sea Level Rise Conference 2022 kicked off on Monday 17 October 2022.

The two-day international event gathered over 300 among researchers, stakeholders and policy professionals in Venice at the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista and online to assess and exchange on the currently available and required scientific knowledge, policy development and implementation on regional-to-local sea level change in Europe.

Please read full article in CMCC website

For more information:

Knowledge Hub on Sea Level Rise website


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