ECCA2023 Conference ‘Actionable knowledge for a climate resilient Europe’ organisers are looking for proposals that connect climate adaptation practitioners with science. Get engaged now and be part of co-designing their
The EFAS bulletin for December 2022 – January 2023 is now published on the EFAS website: https://www.efas.eu/bulletins You can access the pdf version here EFAS Bulletin December 2022 – January 2023.
The EFAS webinar on the EFAS User Guide (https://confluence.ecmwf.int/display/CEMS/EFAS+User+Guide) will be held Wednesday March 22nd 2023, 14:00 to 15:00 CEST. The webinar will include, for example, an overview of EFAS
We would like to share a review of what they were able to accomplish with the stakeholders help in 2022 of the project MYRIAD-EU. The document can be found here.
The EUSDR Implementation Report 2020-2021 is the third comprehensive EUSDR Implementation Report published by the Danube Strategy Point, following the 2016-2018 and the 2019 editions. The Implementation Reports summarise the progress
We would like to share the SaveGREEN project results and materials. The English versions of results and proposals can be found on these links: https://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/savegreen/outputs https://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/savegreen/section/capacity-building-materials Results and
Save the Date: Free 3rd Interactive Training Session on Funding programs open and relevant to the NON-EU Countries
Foster Europe Team is offering a very interesting and worthy opportunity for all the NON-EU countries. You can find more information below. Please save the date in your calendar
The closing event of the DARENet and PROFOUND projects with the EUSDR PA5 Disaster Management Working Group Meeting took place between the 17th and 18th of November 2022, in Budapest.
The key challenge of the WACOM, project has been lack of coordinated response to emergencies in case of accidental pollution and floods on transboundary watercourses in the Sava River Basin.
Nature-based Solutions (NbS) have significant potential to support adaptation to climate change while providing a range of co-benefits, as a complement or substitute for traditional (“grey”) infrastructure. For example, increasing