Invitation for Climateurope2 Webstival with REACHOUT breakout session, March 22-24, 2023
Climateurope2 is a Horizon Europe’s Coordination and Supporting Action (CSA) dedicated to promoting high-quality and equitable climate services in Europe and beyond, and developing community protocols, standard-setting criteria, processes and taxonomies. It builds upon and continues in community-building activities of the predecessor Climateurope project.
The first of a series of regular webstivals will take place on March 22-24, 2023, as a virtual festival of innovative climate services. The webstival is open to all and combines different forms of engagement – including high-level panels, thematic dialogues, and showcases of applied services. Stay tuned with @climateurope2, #climateservices, #CE2webstival.
Technical platform: Climateurope2 webstival #1 will use zoom videoconferencing platform for main sessions and side/guest sessions that wish to use the support.
Register for the special REACHOUT-session on Triple-A toolbox for city hubs!
We would like to invite you to attend the session during the “Science and Society Dialogues on Climate Services and Innovation” webstival dedicated to urban adaptation: Triple-A toolbox for city hubs.
This session will take place on the 23th of March, 14.00-15.00 CET and is organized by the Horizon 2020 project REACHOUT (Resilience in Europe through activating city hubs reaching out to users with Triple-A climate adaptation tools). The project seeks to activate city hubs and engage users with Triple-A climate adaptation tools, which include Analysis, Ambition, and Action. The main objective of the toolbox is to accelerate urban adaptation to climate change by providing cities with the necessary resources to understand climate risks and opportunities. The Triple-A toolbox is a comprehensive set of climate services that support urban planning and decision-making in pilot cities, namely Amsterdam, Athens, Milan, Cork, Gdynia, Lillestrøm, and Logroño.
Please register here and select the REACHOUT side event.
Short summary: A story about Jan and Maria during extreme precipitation.
End user: Citizens
Link to the story: under construction