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Ezine4 - Experimenting to reducing the French West-Indies islands’ vulnerability to global changeINNOVA has published its fourth e-zine, highlighting the environmental and climatic challenges related to the agro-ecological transition of predominantly banana and sugar cane production to more sustainable and locally important crops for Guadeloupe and Martinique. Wim Timmermans & Fokke de Jong (Wageningen Environmental Research), with Martine Collard, Harry Ozier-Lafontaine and Erick Stattner (Universite des Antilles, France) and Louis Celliers (Helmholtz Center Geesthacht, Centre for Materials and Coastal Research, Germany), Tuesday 23 April 2019.
E-Zine#3 - Kiel Bay and its beach resources
This third E-Zine tells the story of the environmental and climate challenges the Kiel Bay region on the Baltic shore is facing, and describes the effects and opportunities of beach wrack washed up on Baltic shores.
Fokke de Jong, Wim Timmermans (Wageningen Environmental Research), Dr. Nico Stelljes (Ecologic Institut gemeinnuetzige GmbH), Prof. Dr. Horst Sterr (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel) and Dr. Grit Martinez, Ecologic Institute, Monday 21 January 2019
E-Zine#2 - Valencia Region, Droughts and Agricultural Interests in a Metropolitan Area in Spain
This e-zine is about climate change and climate adaptation, and is intended to inform the target groups across Europe about the efforts urban governments are taking to adapt to climate change, and on the use of data. In this second edition the Valencia Innovation hub is introduced. The water use is intense and the urban region & agriculture suffer from frequent droughts due to climate conditions.
Fokke de Jong, Wim Timmermans (Wageningen Environmental Research), Adrià Rubio Martín (Universitat Politècnica de València - UPV) et al, Thursday 7 November 2018
Poster presentation - INNOVA: Innovation in Climate Service Provision
INNOVA Poster presented on the 'market square' during the Climateurope Festival in Belgrade, between 17 and 19 of October 2018.
Maria Manez, Fokke de Jong, October 2018
PR - INNOVA Flyer (edition June 2018)
Flyer of the INNOVA project, first edition.
Fokke de Jong, WP4, June 2018
E-Zine#1 - Green Capital Nijmegen en room for the river Waal
This e-zine is about climate change and climate adaptation, and is intended to inform the target groups across Europe about the efforts urban governments are taking to adapt to climate change, and on the use of data. In this first edition the Green Capital of Europe: Nijmegen is presented, and the successful efforts to create room for the river Waal.
Fokke de Jong, Wim Timmermans (Wageningen Environmental Research), Grit Martinez, Ecologic Institute, et al, Monday 4 June 2018
NEWS - INNOVA presentation Resilient Cities Conference Bonn 2018
From 26-28 April 2018, the Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation took place in Bonn (Germany). More than 400 participants attended the conference where 37 thematic sessions were offered. For the INNOVA project Grit Martinez of Ecologic Institute presented in the session “Assessing urban risk and vulnerability and prioritizing action” INNOVA’s approach to risk assessment.
Grit Martinez, Ecologic Institute, Friday 18 May 2018
EVENT - First INNOVA General Assembly and External Advisory Board Meeting held
The first INNOVA General Assembly and External Advisory Board Meeting, was held on 19-20 April 2018, Valencia, Spain. The project members discussed the progress of the INNOVA project, as well as planned activities for the period until the next general assembly. The meeting report will be provided soon.
Louis Celliers, Project Manager INNOVA Project, Friday 11 May 2018
EVENT - Nijmegen Innovation Hub Inception Workshop
An internal workshop was held on 11 and 12 January in Nijmegen near the high water level of the Waal river area. The highest peak was a day before the project group started. The goal was to exchange the role and status of climate adaptation and climate services in the Nijmegen hub in the INNOVA project.
Fokke de Jong, Wageningen Environmental Research, WP4 project leader, Friday 26 January 2018