The nutrient load on the Baltic Sea has dropped, but is expected to increase again as a result of global warming. Four EU research projects gathered for a final conference to present and discuss their results on what more we can do.
AI4ClimateAdaptation explores the capacity of AI-based image processing and text mining to contribute to evaluating the accuracy of the national system for impact-based weather warnings and to contribute to the development of the system.
This project is an European project with partner institutes in Portugal, the Netherlands and Norway, aiming to co-design and assess participatory risk management systems to support urban climate resilience.
Heavy rainfall is causing damage in urban built environments and are expected to be further intensified due to climate change. We develop an interactive visualization platform to support cities in sustainably addressing such climate related risks.
Warmer weather, heavier rain, risk of flooding but also drought. How will climate change affect our houses and homes in the Nordic region? Now you can find out with a few simple clicks on the Internet.
Contemporary cities needs transition in a more climate-proof, low-carbon and sustainable direction. This project explores and visualizes how cities’ transitions in the making can be understood and enabled.
The Arena is an interactive facility consisting of visualization platform. It serves as a support in meetings where complex issues are to be discussed. It is used in research and teaching; and can be hired by actors in the private and public sectors.
MIRACLE is a BONUS project focusing on ecosystem services in the Baltic Sea Area, concerning issues like eutrophication, flooding and biodiversity. The project involves modelling, visualization and stakeholder dialogues.
Almost all nature bears traces of human activity. Its condition is strongly linked to social development. This creates a need for scientific breadth and problem-solving skills. Education and research at Environmental Change respond to this challenge.
CSPR is a platform for knowledge production to trigger and promote societal changes towards safe and just climate futures for all. Our goal is to create knowledge and methodological approaches that can support and advance climate actions.