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March 18, 2013

Room 1

Plenary session
(Plenary session) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 10:30 - 12:00

Conference Opening

Rosemarie Mielke, Vice President of the Universität Hamburg

Mayor Olaf Scholz as local host

Welcome by Gisela Helbig, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Head of division Global Change

Andrea Tilche, Acting-Director, Dir. I - Environment, European Commission DG Research & Innovation

Jacqueline McGlade, Executive Director European Environment Agency (EEA)

Plenary lecture : Nigel Arnell, University of Reading, "The scale of the challenge: uncertainty, the effects of mitigation policy, and the implications for adaptation"

Lunch
(Break) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 12:00 - 13:00

[6a] Adaptation strategies and planning - On strategies
(Science Sessions) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Jill Jaeger, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany / Martin Parry, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Emma Tompkins, University of Southampton / Geography & Environment, Great Britain

1.1.1 - Climate change ‘triple wins’: mapping the linkages between climate change adaptation, mitigation and development

Ian Holman, Cranfield University / Environmental Science and Technology Department, Great Britain

1.1.2 - Evaluation of the potential for adaptation to offset the cross-sectoral impacts of climate change on European natural resource sectors

Karen O'Brien, University of Oslo / Dept. of Sociology and Human Geography, Norway

1.1.3 - Do we have the courage to change? Adapting to climate change from the “inside-out”

Asuncion Lera St. Clair, CICERO, Norway

1.1.4 - Transformational Communities

Friedrich Krebs, Centre for Environmental Systems Research, Germany

1.1.5 - Modelling the provision of adaptation public goods: The case of neighbourhood support during heat waves

Break
(Break) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 14:45 - 15:15

[6b] Adaptation strategies and planning - On methods
(Science Sessions) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Jill Jaeger, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany / Martin Parry, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Michael Morecroft, Natural England / Science Team, Great Britain

2.1.1 - Resilience of ecosystems in theory and practice

Iain Brown, James Hutton Institute, Great Britain

2.1.2 - ECOSYSTEM-BASED ADAPTATION: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION

Diana Sietz, Wageningen University / Rural Development Sociology, Netherlands

2.1.3 - Socio-ecological niches for soil and water conservation to adapt smallholder agriculture to climate variability

Kimberly Nicholas, Lund University / Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, Sweden

2.1.4 - Two New Frameworks for Acceptable, Generalizable Climate Adaptation: Case Studies from Agriculture

Lili Ilieva, University Ca'Foscari / Department of Economics, Italy

2.1.5 - Integrating ecosystem-based adaptation in Guyana’s national adaptation policy: Rationale and pathways

Poster Exhibition/ 1. Poster Discussion and Coffee Break
(Poster session) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 17:00 - 17:45

Reception in the Town Hall hosted by the City of Hamburg
(Reception) - Room 1 - 18 Mar, 18:30 - 20:30

Room 2

[4a] Decision-making under uncertainty - Local water management
(Science Sessions) - Room 2 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Andries Hof, PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Bilthoven, The Netherlands / Tony Patt, IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Wien, Austria

(Chair)

Carlo Giupponi, Ca' Foscari University and CMCC / Economics, Italy

1.2.1 - Multi-agent integrated agro-economic simulation of irrigation water demand with climate services for adaptation and water saving

Peter M. Rudberg, Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden

1.2.2 - Beyond generic adaptive capacity: exploring the adaptation space of the water supply and wastewater sector of the Stockholm region, Sweden

Marjolijn Haasnoot, Deltares, Netherlands

1.2.3 - Exploring adaptation pathways for decision making under uncertainty: a Dutch water management example

Jeroen Kluck, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences / Civil Engineering, Netherlands

1.2.4 - Anticipating extreme showers in urban areas, dealing with uncertainties

[4b] Decision-making under uncertainty - Decision support tools
(Science Sessions) - Room 2 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Andries Hof, PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Bilthoven, The Netherlands / Tony Patt, IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Wien, Austria

(Chair)

Suzy Mc Ennis, CETaqua, Water Technology Center, Spain

2.2.1 - Evaluation of adaptation options under global change uncertainty: an integrated tool for water resources management

Yingjiu Bai, Graduate School of Media and Governance / Keio University, Japan

2.2.2 - A GIS-based approach to adaptation to regional climate change for decision-making by local government: Case study of Okutama-machi in Tokyo, Japan

Nana Karlstetter, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg / Business Administration, Economics and Law, Germany

2.2.3 - Climate adapted transition in land use – a GIS-based adaptive management approach

Oliver Gebhardt, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ / Department of Economics, Germany

2.2.4 - Decision support for climate change adaptation under uncertainty

Enno Eiben, Chamber of Agriculture Lower Saxony / District Office Uelzen, Germany

2.2.5 - A farm advisory system model

Room 3

[8] Adaptation cases studies: organisational, sectoral and regional
(Science Sessions) - Room 3 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Martina Floerke, Universität Kassel, Germany / Karl-Heinz Simon, Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Umweltsystemforschung, Kassel, Germany

(Chair)

Tsung-Ting Ko, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht / Institute of Coastal Research, Germany

1.3.1 - Lessons from relocating coastal villages: An example from Taiwan

Jürgen Scheffran, University of Hamburg / Institute of Geography, KlimaCampus Hamburg, Germany

1.3.2 - Migration and Climate Adaptation: Cases in Northwestern Africa

Hartmut Fünfgeld, RMIT University / School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, Australia

1.3.3 - Social learning and organisational adaptation to climate change in the non-governmental sector: preliminary findings from an Australian study

Fuchs Daniela, Sustainable Europe Research Institute / Quality of Life, Austria

1.3.4 - Human and Social Capital for Climate Change Adaptation in Austrian communities

Chizoba Chinweze, Chemtek Associates / Environment/Research & Development, Nigeria

1.3.5 - Traditional Knowledge in Climate Change Adaptation –Anambra State, Nigeria Case Study

[8] Adaptation cases studies: organisational, sectoral and regional
(Science Sessions) - Room 3 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Martina Floerke, Universität Kassel, Germany / Karl-Heinz Simon, Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Umweltsystemforschung, Kassel, Germany

(Chair)

Isabel Seifert, Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Norway

2.3.1 - CCSL - Climate Resilient Action Plans for coastal urban areas, Sri Lanka

Harry Storch, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus / Environmental Planning, Germany

2.3.2 - Balancing urban growth and climate adaptation? Land-use Planning lessons from Ho Chi Minh City

Nadine Salzmann, University of Zurich / Physical Geography, Switzerland

3.3.6 - PACC – lessons learnt from a Swiss - Peruvian Climate Change Adaptation Program

Manuel Gottschick, University of Hamburg / Research Center of Biotechnology, Society and Environment, Germany

2.3.4 - Embedding Climate Change Adaptation in Reflexive Governance Procedures for Sustainable development. Coping with Complexity and Heterogeneous Perspectives

Julia Kotzebue, University of Twente / MB/ CSTM, Netherlands

2.3.5 - Implementing the EU policy on climate change – Spatial misfits in the small Island state of Malta

Room 4

[1] Climate vulnerability assessment
(Science Sessions) - Room 4 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center (CSC), Hamburg, Germany / Tobias Lung, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra (VA), Italia

(Chair)

Jan-Olaf Meynecke, Griffith University / Australian Rivers Institute, Australia

1.4.1 - Ocean acidification – impacts and opportunities for shell fish aquaculture

Yaron Hershkovitz, Universität Duisburg-Essen / Aquatische Ökologie, Germany

1.4.2 - Vulnerability of European aquatic ecosystems to climate change: the use of biological indicators as an assessment tool

Martin Potthoff, University of Göttingen / Centre of Biodiversity and sustainable Land use, Germany

1.4.3 - Challenges for dairy farming under climate change in Central Europe – Results from the Lower-Saxony KLIFF-research framework

Uwe Schneider, University of Hamburg / Research Unit Sustainability and Global Change, Germany

1.4.4 - Climate Effects on the Technical Efficiency in European Farming

João Rolim, School of Agronomy (ISA), Technical University of Lisbon / Department of Sciences and Biosystems Engineering, Portugal

1.4.5 - Assessment of climate change impacts on irrigation systems in southern Portugal

[1] Climate vulnerability assessment
(Science Sessions) - Room 4 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center (CSC), Hamburg, Germany / Tobias Lung, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra (VA), Italia

(Chair)

Frans van de Ven, Deltares / Urban Water Management, Netherlands

2.4.1 - Climate vulnerability assessment for urban areas in the Netherlands

Stefan Fronzek, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) / Climate Change Programme, Finland

2.4.2 - Mapping cold and heat excess mortality in Finland under future climate

Nishit Pandya, CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENT PLANNING & TECHNOLOGY(CEPT) UNIVERSITY / FACULTY OF SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE CHANGE, India

2.4.3 - A Climate Vulnerability and Risk Assessment for the city of Rajkot

Julia Kowalewski, Hamburg Institute of International Economics / Environment and Climate, Germany

2.4.4 - Developing an index for the economic susceptibility to climate change: the example of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region

Martin Dubrovsky, Mendel University / Institute for Agrosystems and Bioclimatology, Czech Republic

2.4.5 - Developing Reduced-form Climate Scenario Ensembles for the use in a Participative Climate Change Impact/Adaptation Study

Room 5

[5a] Governance of adaptation - Barriers and opportunities to climate adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 5 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Dave Huitema, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Peter Driessen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Frans Berkhout, VU University / Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Netherlands

1.5.1 - Limits to adaptation

Sandy Bisaro, Global Climate Forum / Adaptation and Social Learning, Germany

1.5.2 - Adaptation governance: identifying and addressing institutional and behavioral barriers to adaptation

Grit Martinez, Ecologic Institute, Germany

1.5.3 - The influence of local cultural values on the governance of adaptation

Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics / Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, Great Britain

1.5.4 - Evidence of private sector adaptation ? The case of the insurance industry

Julie Snorek, United Nations University / Institute for Environment and Human Security, Germany

1.5.5 - Divergent adaptation to climate change and changes in ecosystem services: A pastoral-agricultural case study of Niger

[5b] Governance of adaptation - Adaptive water governance
(Science Sessions) - Room 5 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Dave Huitema, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Peter Driessen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Elke Herrfahrdt-Pähle, German Development Institute / Environmental Policy and Mangement of Natural Resources, Germany

2.5.2 - Governing water resources adaptively: strengths and weaknesses of current water governance concepts

Art Dewulf, Wageningen University / Public Administration and Policy group, Netherlands

2.5.3 - The governance implications of adaptive delta management

Chang Ching-Cheng, National Central University / Center for Environmental Studies, Taiwan

2.5.4 - Local experience on living with floods: Evidence from a Taiwanese fishing village

Wiebren Kuindersma, WUR / Alterra, Netherlands

2.5.5 - Participatory monitoring as a tool for adaptive water governance

Room 6

[11a] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Broad scale tools
(Science Sessions) - Room 6 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

André Jol, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, Danmark / Ian Holman, Cranfield University, Bedfort, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Rob Lokers, Wageningen University and Research / Alterra, Netherlands

1.6.1 - The European Climate Adaptation Platform (CLIMATE-ADAPT)

Paula Harrison, University of Oxford / Environmental Change Institute, Great Britain

1.6.2 - Participatory Integrated Assessment Tools for Exploring Cross-sectoral Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: The CLIMSAVE Integrated Assessment Platform

Markus Wrobel, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) / Research Domain II: Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities, Germany

1.6.3 - The MEDIATION Common Platform: towards systematic interactive access to information on climate change adaptation related tasks, methods, tools, and case studies

Cynthia Rosenzweig, Columbia University / Center for Climate Systems Research, United States

1.6.4 - Cities as 'First Responders': The First UCCRN Assessment Report on Climate Change and Cities (ARC3), and the Process Towards the Second Assessment Report, ARC3-2

Carlo Giupponi, Ca' Foscari University and CMCC / Economics, Italy

1.6.5 - Stand alone and web based decision support systems for climate change adaptation: the ClimWatAdapt Project (Climate Adaptation – modelling water scenarios and sectoral impacts)

[11b] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Adaptation tools and frameworks
(Science Sessions) - Room 6 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

André Jol, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, Danmark / Ian Holman, Cranfield University, Bedfort, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Christian Huggel, University of Zurich / Department of Geography, Switzerland

2.6.1 - Developing multi-disciplinary methodologies to generate the scientific basis for adaptation projects

Fuad Ali, University of Greenwich / School of Architecture, Design and Construction, Great Britain

2.6.2 - Adapting the UK's Social Housing: Impacts, the Translation Barrier and Backcasting

Dirk Vallée, RWTH Aachen / Institute of Urban and Transport Planning, Germany

2.6.3 - Climate Adaptaion and Industrial Areas - Guidelines and Tools for Business Companies and Disseminators

Lilly Lim-Camacho, CSIRO / Earth Sciences and Resource Engineering, Australia

2.6.4 - Communicating climate risk: Applications of the Climate Futures tourism adaptation tool

Keith Williges, IIASA / RPV, Austria

2.6.5 - Iterative Risk Management and Climate Adaptation: insights from European cases studies in Mediation

Room 7

[3a] Economics of adaptation - Methods including decision-making for adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 7 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Stephane Hallegatte, World Bank Group, France / Paul Watkiss, Paul Watkiss Associates, Oxford, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Alistair Hunt, Paul watkiss associates, Great Britain

1.7.2 - The use of new economic decision support tools for adaptation assessment: review, application and case study examples towards guidance on applicability

Michalis Skourtos, UNIVERSITY OF AEGEAN / ENVIRONMENT, Greece

1.7.3 - Internalizing cross sectoral effects into cost-effectiveness adaptation analysis

Clemens Heuson, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ / Economics, Germany

1.7.4 - Efficient public adaptation to climate change – An investigation of drivers and barriers from a Public Choice perspective

Daniel Lincke, Global Climate Forum / Adaptation and Social Learing, Germany

1.7.5 - Global coastal flood risk and adaptation cost under sea-level rise: an uncertainty analysis

[3b] Economics of adaptation - Sectoral assessment of adaptation economic
(Science Sessions) - Room 7 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Stephane Hallegatte, World Bank Group, France / Paul Watkiss, Paul Watkiss Associates, Oxford, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Sally Brown, University of Southampton and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, Great Britain

2.7.1 - Costs and benefits of adaptation to rising sea levels in the EU throughout the 21st century

Väinö Nurmi, Finnish Meteorological Institute / Research unit on socioeconomic impacts of climate change, Finland

2.7.3 - Green roofs as an urban adaptation measure: Cost-benefit analysis

Athanasios Votsis, Finnish Meteorological Institute / Research group on socioeconomic impacts of climate change, Finland

2.7.4 - Spatial effects of ecosystem service variation on urban real estate values under a changing climate

Chethika Abenayake, Lecturer / University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

2.7.5 - Climate change adaptation as a tool to improve eco-system services; a case of Green Belt re-designs in Batticaloa City, Sri Lanka

Alistair Hunt, University of Bath / Economics, Great Britain

2.7.6 - Cost-Benefit Analysis and Adaptation: An Health Sector Application in the Context of Heat-waves

Room 8

[6a] Adaptation strategies and planning - Transdisciplinary strategy development for adaptation in coastal protection
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 8 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Andreas Wurpts, Coastal Research Station of Lower Saxony Water Management, Coastal Defence and Nature Conservation Agency, Germany

(Chair)

Iris Grabemann, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht / Institute for Coastal Research, Germany

2.8.1 - Extreme marine events in the North Sea and their changes due to expected anthropogenic climate change

Heiko Knaack, Lower Saxony Water Management, Coastal Defence and Nature Conservation Agency / Coastal Research Station, Germany

2.8.2 - Modeling of design water levels and design wave conditions in the Ems estuary in the context of climate change

Cordula Berkenbrink, Lower Saxony Water Management, Coastal Defence and Nature Conservation Agency / Coastal Research Station, Germany

2.8.3 - Evaluation of Coastal Protection Strategies with Respect to Climate Change

Anke Schmidt, Leuphana University of Lueneburg / Sustainability, Germany

2.8.4 - Reflexive Multi-Criteria Evaluation as a Tool to Integrate Multiple Values of Scientists and Stakeholders

Gerard A. Beaufort, Delta Engineering Bureau, The Netherlands

2.8.5 - Dutch adaptation strategy to climate change through Plan Beaufort

Room 9

[11a] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - MEDIATION (Methodology for Effective Decision-Making on Impacts and Adaptation) Cases and integrated methodology
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 9 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Jochen Hinkel, Global Climate Forum (GCF), Berlin, Germany

(Chair)

Consuelo Varela-Ortega, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Department of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences, Spain

1.9.1 - Analysing adaptation to climate change in the water and the agricultural sectors in the Spanish Guadiana basin

Erik van Slobbe, Wageningen University and Research / Earth System Science Group, Netherlands

1.9.2 - Adaptation turning points in the Rhine

Nikolay Khabarov, European Commission DG-JRC / Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Italy

1.9.3 - Forest Fires and Adaptation Options in Europe

Anna Tainio, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) / Environmental Policy Centre, Finland

1.9.4 - Biodiversity conservation for Finnish semi-natural grasslands in a changing climate

[5b] Governance of adaptation - Knowledge mismatches in governance of adaptation
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 9 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Maria Hagemeier-Klose, HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany

(Chair)

Maria Hagemeier-Klose, HafenCity University Hamburg; plan B:altic / Urban Planning and Regional Development, Germany

2.9.1 - The Dynamic Knowledge Loop – Inter- and Transdisciplinary Cooperation and Adaptation of Climate Change Knowledge

Martijn Duineveld, Dr. Ir / Cultural Geography, Netherlands

2.9.2 - Power/Knowledge in Climate Change Governance. A couple of arguments to move beyond the ‘we need more knowledge and more effective knowledge implementation’ thinking

Åsa Gerger Swarling, Stockholm University / Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden

2.9.3 - Exploring diverse knowledge systems for adaptation: the case of the Swedish Mistra-SWECIA programme

Katrien Termeer, Wageningen University Public Administration and Policy group, Netherlands

2.9.4 - Reconciling innovative knowledge partnerships into existing institutions: the case of the Dutch Knowledge for Climate program

Room 10

[Ia] Transnational cooperation - Share information on climate adaptation on a European and transnational scale
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 10 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Sabine McCallum / André Jol, European Environmental Agency - EEA

(Chair)

Stephane Isoard, European Environment Agency, EEA

1.10.1 - ...

Markus Leitner, Environment Agency Austria, EAA /CIRCLE-2

1.10.2 - ...

Andrea Prutsch, Environment Agency Austria, EAA, Austria

1.10.3 - ...

Szymon Tumielewicz, Ministry of the Environment, Poland

1.10.4 - ...

Sergio Castellari, Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici, CMCC, Italy

1.10.5 - ...

[Ib] Transnational cooperation - Climate Change Adaptation in MOUNTain areas
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 10 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Stephane Isoard, European Environment Agency

(Chair)

Markus Leitner, Environment Agency Austria-EAA

2.10.1 - CIRCLE-2 Mountain Initiative/MRI Europe efforts

Susanne Menzel, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research - WSL

2.10.2 - C3-Alps - capitalising climate change knowledge in the Alpine Space

Sandor Szalai, Szent István University, Hungary

2.10.3 - CARPATCLIM - Climate change and adaptation in the Carpathian mountains

Ingeborg Auer, Austrian Met Service – ZAMG

2.10.4 - HistAlp - Historical instrumental Climatological surface time series of the greater Alpine Region

Room 11

[4b] Decision-making under uncertainty - Uncertainties in decision-making processes: Will guidelines help do the trick?
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 11 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Tiago Capela Lourenco, University of Lisbon, Portugal

(Chair)

Tiago Capela Lourenςo / Ana Rovisco, University of Lisbon, Portugal

1.14.1 - Guidance on Dealing with Uncertainties in Climate and Climate Change Adaptation

Roger Street, UKCIP, UK

1.14.2 - Expectations: why is there a need for such a guide and what should it accomplish

David Avelar, FFCUL

1.14.3 - Case-study: Dealing with climate uncertainties in water supply management

Annemarie Groot,Wageningen UR / Tiago Capela Lourenço, FFCUL / Leendert van Bree, PBL / Roger Street, UKCIP / Ana Rovisco, FFCUL

1.14.4 - Sharing experience with dealing with handling uncertainties in climate change decision-making (World café method)

Leendert van Bree, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency

1.14.5 - Session wrap-up

[7c] Mainstreaming climate adaptation - Tapping Other Resources: of Practise
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 11 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Ed Thomas, Natural Hazard Mitigation Association, USA

(Chair)

Sergio Castellari, The Euro Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change

2.11.1 - ...

Ed Thomas, Natural Hazard Mitigation Association

2.11.2 - ...

Jean Palutikof, Griffith University, Australia

2.11.3 - ...

Room 12

[IIIa] Monitoring and evaluation - Monitoring of adaption At EU, national and local levels
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 12 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Judith Klostermann, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Kaj van de Sandt, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

1.13.1 - Main challenges for monitoring adaptation and overview of frameworks

Mike Harley, Climate Resilience Limited, UK

1.13.2 - Process- and outcome-based indicators

Prof. Jean Palutikof, Griffith University, Australia

1.13.3 - Indicators of adaptive capacity, resilience and vulnerability

Hans-Martin Füssel, European Environmental Agency

1.13.4 - ...

Rob Schoonman, Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, The Netherlands

1.13.5 - ...

Sebastian Catovsky, UK Committee on Climate Change, UK

1.13.6 - ...

Manfred Born, Metropolitan Region Bremen-Oldenburg, Germany

1.13.7 - ...

[5a] Governance of adaptation - Barriers to climate change adaptation: Cases and concepts
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 12 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Carolina Adler, ETH Zurich, Switzerland / Maja Rotter, Institute of Ecological Economy Research, Berlin, Germany

(Chair)

Klaus Eisenack, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg / Department of Economics, Germany

1.8.1 - Barriers to adaptation: taking stock and looking ahead

Jochen Hinkel, Global Climate Forum / Adaptation and Social Learning, Germany

1.8.2 - A diagnostic framework for problem-oriented adaptation research

Robbert Biesbroek, Earth System Science group / Environmental Sciences, Netherlands

1.8.3 - ‘Barriers’ as concepts in the governance of climate change adaptation

Kerstin Krellenberg, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ / Urban and Environmental Sociology, Germany

1.8.4 - What hinders or benefits climate adaptation processes? Linking theory and practice

Johannes Klein, Aalto University / Department of Real Estate, Planning and Geoinformatics; Land Use Planning and Urban Studies Group, Finland

1.8.5 - A three metre flood protection in view of climate change adaptation

Room 13

[5b] Governance of adaptation - Climate adaption sciences meet stakeholders: Challenges of transdisciplinary research
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 13 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Jörg Knieling, HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany

(Chair)

Matthias Bergmann, ISOE Institute for Social-Ecological Research, Frankfurt, Germany

1.12.1 - Methods and Reflections on Transdisciplinary Research

Hetty Klavers, Director of Deltaprogram Iysselmeer, The Netherlands

1.12.2 - Perception of transdisciplinary research in Knowledge for Climate from a Practitioners View

Jörg Knieling, HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany

1.12.3 - Transdisciplinary Research in Climate Adaptation: Perception of transdisciplinary research in KLIMZUG NORD from a Researchers View

Helga Schenk, Ministry of Urban Development and Environment Hamburg, Germany

1.12.4 - Perception of transdisciplinary research in KLIMZUG NORD from a Practitioners View

Katrien Termeer, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

1.12.5 - Perception of transdisciplinary research in Knowledge for Climate from a Researchers View

[Ic] Transnational cooperation - Lost in translation? Linkages between EU, macro-regional and national strategies
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 13 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Maxi Nachtigall, Council of the Baltic Sea States, CBSS, Sweden

(Chair)

Lotta Andersson, SMHI, Sweden

2.13.1 - Development of a macro-regional strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

Sabine McCallum, Environment Agency ,Austria

2.13.2 - Linking between the EU, national and the macro-regional perspectives

Björn Grönholm, Environmental and Sustainable Development Secretariat, Finland

2.13.3 - Linking local and macro-regional perspectives

Carin Nilsson, SMHI, Sweden & Markus Leitner, EAA

2.13.4 - Possible linkages between work on climate adaptation on all levels – experiences from the CIRCLE-2 network

Room 14

[5a] Governance of adaptation - Local adaptation to flood risk. Lessons learned from Hamburg, Rotterdam and Dordrecht
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 14 - 18 Mar, 13:00 - 14:45

Peter Driessen, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Han Meyer, TU Delft

1.11.1 - The Netherlands, Common challenges of the Elbe and Rijnmond estuary, results of the IPDD project. WP6 comparing deltas.

Jan Moritz Müller, LSBG Hamburg

1.11.2 - Experiences with flood protection based on private responsibility and public safety at the example of the HafenCity in Hamburg

Peter van Veelen, Municipality Rotterdam / TU Delft

1.11.3 - Governance aspects of local adaptation as a future flood risk strategy in urban redevelopment processes in Rotterdam

Ellen Kelder, Municipality Dordrecht

1.11.4 - Self reliant Island of Dordrecht

Tom Raadgever, Grontmij

1.11.5 - STAR-FLOOD: Addressing flood risk governance challenges

[4c] Decision-making under uncertainty - Addressing uncertainties in national adaptation strategies
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 14 - 18 Mar, 15:15 - 17:00

Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics, UK / Andre Jol, EEA, Danmark

(Chair)

Hans-Martin Füssel, European Environmental Agency

5.14.1 - overview on how countries are dealing with uncertainties

Tiago Capello Lourenςo, CIRCLE2

5.14.2 - Short presentation on CIRCLE-2 joint initiative on uncertainties

Dave Stainforth, London School of Economics, UK

5.14.3 - panel

Nicola Ranger, London School of Economics; panel

5.14.4 - ...

Sebastian Catovsky, Adaptation Sub-Committee

5.14.5 - ...

Ken Wright, Department for the Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs

5.14.6 - panel

Juliette Daniels, London Climate Change Partnership

5.14.7 - panel

Exhibition

Exhibiton /all-day
(Ecca) - Exhibition - 18 Mar, 09:00 - 18:00

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition / all-day
(Poster session) - Poster Exhibition - 18 Mar, 09:00 - 18:00

Registration

Registration
(Registration) - Registration - 18 Mar, 08:00 - 18:00

March 19, 2013

Room 1

Plenary session
(Plenary session) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 09:00 - 10:00

Plenary lecture: Christopher Field, Stanford University, "How should extremes shape our approach to adaptation?"

Plenary lecture: Holger Robrecht, ICLEI, "Our future is not what it used to be: the role of knowledge in local climate adaptation"

Break
(Break) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 10:00 - 10:30

[6c] Adaptation strategies and planning - On national, regional
(Science Sessions) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Jill Jaeger, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany / Martin Parry, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Astrid van Teeffelen, University of Helsinki, Metapopulation Research Group / Dept. of Biosciences, Finland

3.1.1 - Matches and gaps between impacts of climate change on biodiversity, adaptation options and EU policy

Eric Massey, Free University Amsterdam / Environmental Policy Analysis, Netherlands

3.1.2 - The diffusion of policy innovations: climate change adaptation in EU Member States

Martina Zoller, Swiss Federal Office for the Environment / Climate Adaptation, Switzerland

3.1.3 - The Swiss adaptation strategy: goals, challenges and fields of action in adapting to climate change

Sergio Castellari, CMCC / Institutional Relations and Adaptation Policies, Italy

3.1.4 - Italian approach to develop a National Adaptation Strategy – lessons learnt from other European efforts

Salvador Samitier, Government of Catalonia / Catalan Office for Climate Change, Spain

3.1.5 - Catalan Climate Change Action: A sub national case in Europe

Lunch
(Break) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 12:15 - 13:15

[6d] Adaptation strategies and planning - Regional policies
(Science Sessions) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Jill Jaeger, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany / Martin Parry, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Klaus Wagner, Technische Universität München / Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy, Germany

4.1.2 - Business as usual or fundamental change? Analysis of the climate change adaptation plans of three alpine countries with a focus on the natural hazards

Elisabeth Rudolph, BAW, Germany

4.1.3 - Protecting German North Sea Estuaries in Times of Climate Change

Carlo Giupponi, Ca' Foscari University and CMCC / Economics, Italy

4.1.4 - Local development and climate change adaptation in the Alps: a case study on sustainable winter tourism in the Dolomites

Oskar Wallgren, Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden

4.1.5 - Adaptation without borders: perspectives on indirect climate impacts

Break
(Break) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 15:00 - 15:30

[6e] Adaptation strategies and planning - On cities
(Science Sessions) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Jill Jaeger, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany / Martin Parry, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Sonja Deppisch, HafenCity University / urban planning - plan B:altic, Germany

5.1.1 - Dealing with climate change impacts in urban regions: Ethical implications for land-use planning

Kerstin Krellenberg, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ / Urban and Environmental Sociology, Germany

5.1.2 - Cities and Climate Change Adaptation - From Planning to Implementation

Heidi Kreibich, German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) / Section Hydrology, Germany

5.1.3 - Private building precautionary measures contribute to integrated flood risk management and support climate change adaptation

Christine Wamsler, Associate Professor in Sustainability Science, Urban Risk Reduction and Adaptation / LUCSUS (Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies), Sweden

5.1.4 - Distributed Urban Risk Governance and Planning

Marie-Edith Ploteau, LIPPEVERBAND / Strategic Affairs - European Cooperation Projects, Germany

5.1.5 - Computer-aided guidance to adaptation in European cities

L. Andrew Bollinger, Delft University of Technology / Section Energy & Industry, Netherlands

5.1.6 - Evolving a climate change resilient electricity infrastructure in the Netherlands

Poster Exhibition/ 2. Poster Discussion and get together
(Poster session) - Room 1 - 19 Mar, 17:15 - 18:30

Room 2

[4c] Decision-making under uncertainty - Communication and perception of uncertainties
(Science Sessions) - Room 2 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Andries Hof, PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Bilthoven, The Netherlands / Tony Patt, IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Wien, Austria

(Chair)

Monique de Groot - Reichwein, Wageningen University / Earth System Science - Climate Change and Adaptive Land and Water Management Group, Netherlands

3.2.1 - An Information Visualisation Framework for knowledge transfer of climate change impacts

Ramune Pansa, Center for Environmental Systems Research (CESR) Universität Kassel, Germany

3.2.2 - Relevant psychological factors for behavioral adaptation to climate change

Irit Eguavoen, University of Bonn / Center for Development Research, Germany

3.2.3 - Farmers´ perception of climate variability in West Africa. Findings from the WASCAL research project

Kristie Ebi, Stanford University / Medicine, United States

3.2.4 - Health in New Socioeconomic Pathways for Climate Change Adaptation Research

Elisabeth Suessbauer, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ / Urban and Environmental Sociology, Germany

3.2.5 - Urban climate adaptation as a “wicked problem” – Understanding the adaptive capacity of public organizations from a neo-institutional perspective

[4d] Decision-making under uncertainty - Models and scenarios
(Science Sessions) - Room 2 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Andries Hof, PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Bilthoven, The Netherlands / Tony Patt, IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Wien, Austria

(Chair)

Mark Rounsevell, University of Edinburgh / School of GeoSciences, Great Britain

4.2.1 - Evaluating uncertainty in a multi-sectoral, climate change impacts and adaptation assessment in Europe

Nicole Glanemann, University of Hamburg / Department of Economics, Germany

4.2.2 - The Optimal Climate Policy of Mitigation and Adaptation: A Real Options Theory Perspective

Karianne de Bruin, CICERO, Norway

4.2.3 - Investment in flood protection under climate change uncertainty in the Eastern Brahmaputra Plains, Assam, India

Jana Bürger, University of Rostock / Crop Health, Germany

4.2.4 - Uncertainty in modelling distribution of arable weeds under climate change conditions

Jochen Schanze, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development / Environmental Risks in Urban and Regional Development, Germany

4.2.5 - Integrating modellbased climate change projections and impact assessment in enhanced scenario planning of regional actors – a new methodology

[4e] Decision-making under uncertainty - Improving resilience and stakeholder involvement
(Science Sessions) - Room 2 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Andries Hof, PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Bilthoven, The Netherlands / Tony Patt, IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Wien, Austria

(Chair)

Carlo Aall, Western Norway Research Institute / Environment, Norway

5.2.1 - The need to move from mastering to coping with climate uncertainties

Mark Rounsevell, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Austria

5.2.2 - Assessment of robust policy responses for adaptation to the impacts of climate change

Tiago Capela Lourenço, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

5.2.3 - Looking up or staring down? Bottom-up vs. top-down approaches to uncertainty in adaptation decision-making processes

Sönke Stührmann, University of Bremen / Technological Design and Developement, Germany

5.2.4 - Overcoming Barriers to Climate Adaptation in the Energy Sector with the Resilience Approach

Emily Boyd, Reading University / Geography and Environmental Science, Great Britain

5.2.5 - Weathering the drought: Resilience strategies for local adaptation under extreme risk and uncertainty

Room 3

[8] Adaptation cases studies: organisational, sectoral and regional
(Science Sessions) - Room 3 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Martina Floerke, Universität Kassel, Germany / Karl-Heinz Simon, Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Umweltsystemforschung, Kassel, Germany

(Chair)

Maïté Fournier, EPAMA, France

3.3.1 - The AMICE project : Adaptation of the Meuse to the Impacts of Climate Evolutions

Valentine van Gameren, Université Libre de Bruxelles / IGEAT- Center for Studies on Sustainable Development, Belgium

3.3.3 - The practice of private adaptation in the forestry sector in Wallonia

Maria Chiara Trabacchi, Climate Policy Initiative, Italy

3.3.4 - Private sector engagement in climate resilient development: an empirical analysis of public sector strategies

Tina Schneider, PhD Student / Economics and law, Germany

3.3.5 - Corporate pioneers response to climate change impacts

[8] Adaptation cases studies: organisational, sectoral and regional
(Science Sessions) - Room 3 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Martina Floerke, Universität Kassel, Germany / Karl-Heinz Simon, Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Umweltsystemforschung, Kassel, Germany

(Chair)

Debora de Block, Wageningen University / Earth System Science, Netherlands

4.3.1 - Ecosystem-based Adaptation in European water management projects

Marjolein Sterk, ARK / Coalition Naturel Climate Buffers, Netherlands

4.3.2 - Naturally safe: using ecosystem processes to develop resilient living environments with climate change

Kristine Skarbø, Western Norway Research Institute / Environmental Department, Norway

4.3.4 - The role of crop diversity in climate change adaptation: A case study from the Ecuadorian Andes

Nicholas Cradock-Henry, Landcare Research / Governance and Policy, New Zealand

4.3.5 - "From the ground up": farm-level vulnerability to climate and other stressors in eastern New Zealand

[8] Adaptation cases studies: organisational, sectoral and regional
(Science Sessions) - Room 3 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Martina Floerke, Universität Kassel, Germany / Karl-Heinz Simon, Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Umweltsystemforschung, Kassel, Germany

(Chair)

Anna Pechan, Institute for Ecological Economy Research / Corporate Environmental Management, Germany

5.3.1 - Limiting Factors for a Robust Railway System – the Case of Germany

Christian Bogmans, VU University Amsterdam / Department of Spatial Economics, Netherlands

5.3.2 - Optimal Adaptation of Thermal Power Plants

Gregor Vulturius, Umeå University / Geography and Economic History, Sweden

5.3.3 - Climate Change Adaptation and the Swedish Insurance Industry

Marco Puetz, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research / Economics and Social Sciences, Switzerland

5.3.4 - Assessing the climate change fitness of spatial planning in the Alpine space

Bernd Eggen, Health Protection Agency / Air Pollution and Climate Change Group, Great Britain

5.3.5 - Adaptation to Changes in Ambient Temperature and Implications for Public Health

Winfried Osthorst, University of Applied Scinece Bremen / Social Siences, Germany

5.3.6 - Climate adaptation versus sustainability? Strategies emerging within the port and logistics sector of Northwest Germany

Room 4

[1] Climate vulnerability assessment
(Science Sessions) - Room 4 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center (CSC), Hamburg, Germany / Tobias Lung, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra (VA), Italia

(Chair)

Audil Rashid, PMAS Arid Agriculture University / EcoHealth Research Lab, Department of Environmental Sciences, Pakistan

3.4.1 - Vulnerability assessment for extreme climate events: case of 2010 floods in northwest Pakistan

Michael Ruben Anker Larsen, Researcher / Danish Road Directorate, Denmark

3.4.2 - GIS-Based Mapping of Road Sections Vulnerable to Flooding

Mike Harley, Climate Resilience Limited / Director, Great Britain

3.4.3 - Assessing the vulnerability of biodiversity to climate change

Petra Tschakert, Pennsylvania State University / Geography, United States

3.4.4 - Conceptual and Methodological Reflections on Vulnerability Assessments: A Comprehensive Focus on Inequality and Capacity for Change

Klaus Rehda, Landesamt für Umweltschutz SAchsen-Anhalt / Präsident, Germany

3.4.5 - Climate change impact assessment as a basis for adaptation in Saxony-Anhalt

[1] Climate vulnerability assessment
(Science Sessions) - Room 4 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center (CSC), Hamburg, Germany / Tobias Lung, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra (VA), Italia

(Chair)

Hermine Mitter, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna / Department of Economics and Social Sciences, Austria

4.4.1 - Knowledge integration of local stakeholders, experts and scientists into bio-physical modelling for regional vulnerability assessment

Jokastah Kalungu, International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics, P.o Box 39063, Kenya

4.4.2 - Smallholder farmers’ perception of the impacts of climate change and variability on rainfed agricultural practices in semi-arid and sub-humid regions of Kenya

Kevin Hanna, Wilfrid Laurier University / Geography and Environmental Studies, Canada

4.4.3 - Policy uncertainty and planning for adaptation: Canadian local government experiences

Stefan Goessling-Reisemann, University of Bremen / Production Engineering, Germany

4.4.4 - Vulnerability assessment extended: from climate change to structural weaknesses

[2] Risk assessment
(Science Sessions) - Room 4 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Paula Harrison, University of Oxford, United Kingdom / Jochen Hinkel, Global Climate Forum, Berlin, Germany

(Chair)

Erika Palin, Met Office Hadley Centre, Great Britain

5.4.1 - Assessing the potential impacts of climate change on the railway network of Great Britain

Irina Stipanovic Oslakovic, University of Twente / Construction Management and Engineering, Netherlands

5.4.2 - Risk assessment of climate change impact on railway infrastructure – Dutch case study

Sotiris Vardoulakis, Health Protection Agency / Centre for Radiation, Chemical & Environmental Hazards, Great Britain

5.4.3 - Health Effects of Climate Change and Adaptation Measures in the UK

Maha Bouzid, University of East Anglia / Norwich School of Medicine, Great Britain

5.4.4 - Estimation of the potential impact of climate change on Dengue fever risk in Europe

Maria Triviño, National Museum of Natural Sciences / Biogeography and Global Change, Spain

5.4.5 - Risk assessment for Iberian birds under global change

Karoliina Pilli-Sihvola, Finnish Meteorological Institute / Climate change, Finland

5.4.6 - Optimal forest management under storm risk in current and future climate in Finland

Room 5

[5c] Governance of adaptation - Institutional approaches to climate adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 5 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Dave Huitema, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Peter Driessen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Karen Anderton, University of Oxford / Transport Studies Unit, School of Geography and the Environment, Great Britain

3.5.1 - AdMit it: climate change responses can be systematic and successful; but require more collaborative governance systems

Anja Wejs, Aalborg University / The Danish Centre for Environmental Assessment, Denmark

3.5.2 - Constructing Legitimacy for Climate Change Planning: A Study of Local Government in Denmark

Andrea Keessen, Utrecht University / Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law, Netherlands

3.5.3 - Embedding Adaptive Management into the Legal Framework: Examples from the Netherlands

Liz Root, Radboud University Nijmegen / Institute for Management Research Geography, Planning and Environment, Netherlands

3.5.4 - Bridging the Financial Gap in Climate Adaptation: Dutch Planning and Land Development Through a New Institutional Lens

[5d] Governance of adaptation - Regional and local climate adaptation governance
(Science Sessions) - Room 5 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Dave Huitema, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Peter Driessen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Belinda McFadgen, Institute for Environment Studies / Environmental Policy Analysis, Netherlands

4.5.1 - What is the Value of “Twisting the Lion’s Tail”? Evaluating the use of Policy Experiments in Adaptation Governance and how they can facilitate Learning

Rebecca Stecker, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg / Department of Economics, Germany

4.5.2 - A framework for analyzing climate change adaptations as actions

Torsten Grothmann, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg / Ecological Economics, Germany

4.5.3 - Three steps to build a regional governance roadmap for adaptation – results and experiences from Northwest Germany

Fen-Fang Tsai, National Central University / Center for Environmental Studies, Taiwan

4.5.5 - Meet the interface of climate adaptation governance: A case study on water management from Taiwan

[7a] Mainstreaming climate adaptation - Policy
(Science Sessions) - Room 5 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Richard Klein, Stockholm Environment Institute, The Netherlands / Frans Berkhout, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Tim Rayner, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Great Britain

5.5.1 - Climate policy mainstreaming in the EU: origins, opportunities and limits

Susanne Hanger, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis / Risk, Policy and Vulnerability Program, Austria

5.5.2 - Supporting adaptation through European cohesion policy

Axel Volkery, Institute for European Environmental Policy, Belgium

5.5.3 - Supporting Europe’s adaptation to climate change: climate-proofing investments and measures under the future EU Cohesion and Regional Policy.

Julian Wright, Environment Agency, Great Britain

5.5.4 - Mainstreaming climate change concerns into the EU Water Framework Directive: progress to date and barriers to further implementation

Caroline Uittenbroek, Utrecht University / Geosciences / Urban Planning, Netherlands

5.5.5 - Identifying and explaining differences and similarities in climate adaptation beliefs within Dutch municipalities: using Q methodology

Dave Huitema, VU Amsterdam / IVM, Netherlands

5.5.6 - Mainstreaming EU climate policy. A comparative analysis of progress in the water and cohesion policy ‘sectors’.

Room 6

[11c] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Climate information sharing and production
(Science Sessions) - Room 6 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

André Jol, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, Danmark / Ian Holman, Cranfield University, Bedfort, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Chethika Abenayake, Lecturer / University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

3.6.2 - Local Knowledge on Climate Variation; A Case of Batticaloa, Sri Lanka

Sergio Fava, Anglia Ruskin University / Cambridge School of Art, Great Britain

3.6.3 - Critical Mass for Distributed Adaptation: The Visual Arts as Knowledge-sharing Vehicles and Catalysts for Action

Fen-Fang Tsai, National Central University / Graduate Institute of Hakka Social and Cultural Studies, Taiwan

3.6.4 - Exploring cultural changes toward climate adaptation: Learning from the Taiwanese ethnic group Hakka

Elina Vaara, University of Helsinki / Finnish Museum of Natural History, Finland

3.6.5 - The Conceptualization and Legal Framework of Assisted Migration

[10a] Impact and effectiveness studies - Impacts
(Science Sessions) - Room 6 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Paul Hunter, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom / Rob Swart, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Veit Blauhut, University of Freiburg / Institute of Hydrology, Germany

4.6.1 - Linking Drought Indices to Impacts of the 2003 drought event

Laura Meller, University of Helsinki / Department of Biosciences, Finland

4.6.2 - Global scenarios as tools for regional policy planning: the case of climate change, bioenergy, and conservation of European birds.

Anastasios Nastis, Bank of Greece / Climate Change Impacts Study Committee, Greece

4.6.3 - The environmental, economic and social impact of climate change in Greece.

Felipe De Jesús Colón-González, Postdoctoral Fellow / The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Earth System Physics Section, Italy

4.6.4 - Dengue and climate change in Mexico

Michel Köhler, Perspectives GmbH / Climate Policy Advice, Germany

4.6.5 - Indicators for Quantifying the Adaptive Effect of Adaptation Activities

[9] Monitoring and measuring adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 6 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Rob Tinch, Independent, Brussels, Belgium / Tim Rayner, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Frans van de Ven, Deltares / Urban Water Management, Netherlands

5.6.1 - Evapotranspiration and the Urban Heat Island

Hartmut Hein, German Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany

5.6.2 - The long way from uncertain data and knowledge to adaptive management of coastal waterways

John Gardner, CSIRO / Ecosystem Sciences, Australia

5.6.3 - Longitudinal monitoring of adaptation activities in Australian organisations

Romain Weikmans, Université Libre de Bruxelles / Centre for Studies on Sustainable Development, Belgium

5.6.4 - What do adaptation aid actions look like? The Adaptation Fund as a case study

Lucy Faulkner, ICCCAD (International Centre for Climate Change and Development) / ARCAB (Action Research for Community Adaptation in Bangladesh), Bangladesh

5.6.5 - Moving Towards Transformed Resilience Monitoring and Evaluating Community-Based Adaptation

Room 7

[3c] Economics of adaptation - Instruments for adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 7 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Stephane Hallegatte, World Bank Group, France / Paul Watkiss, Paul Watkiss Associates, Oxford, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Alexia Leseur, CDC Climat / Research, France

3.7.1 - What financial tools for adapting our infrastructures to climate change?

Pier Vellinga, Wageningen UR, Netherlands

3.7.2 - Innovation as a way to reduce the cost of adaptation to climate change

Reinhard Mechler, IIASA, Austria

3.7.3 - Managing fiscal risks induced by extreme events under climate change

Malte Jahn, Hamburg Institute of International Economics, Germany

3.7.4 - Impacts of Climate Change Adaptation Policies at City Scale

Klaus Eisenack, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg / Department of Economics, Germany

3.7.5 - The incentives for long-term adaptation investment in regulated network industries

[12a] Communicating impacts, vulnerability and adaptation - Communication via websites and portals
(Science Sessions) - Room 7 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Pier Vellinga, Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Hartmut Fünfgeld, RMIT University / School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, Australia

4.7.1 - The Climate Change Adaptation Navigator: a process-based visualisation tool for adaptation

Yaron Hershkovitz, Universität Duisburg-Essen / Aquatische Ökologie, Germany

4.7.2 - Climate-and-freshwater.info: Crisp information on how Climate Change affects freshwater ecosystems

Wilfried Ten Brinke, Blueland Consultancy, Netherlands

4.7.3 - Climateadaptation.eu, a new initiative for communicating impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation strategies across Europe

Markus Wrobel, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) / Research Domain II: Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities, Germany

4.7.4 - How usable is the current landscape of web-based climate change and adaptation information portals?

[12b] Communicating impacts, vulnerability and adaptation - Advisory services and participatory approaches
(Science Sessions) - Room 7 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Pier Vellinga, Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Julian Wright, Environment Agency / Climate Ready Support Service, Great Britain

5.7.1 - Adaptation advice and delivery in England: The Environment Agency Climate Ready Support Service

Jean Palutikof, Griffith University / NCCARF, Australia

5.7.2 - NCCARF’s Adaptation Conversation: Delivering evidence for policy making to achieve effective adaptation

Fanny Frick, Humboldt-University of Berlin / Geography, Germany

5.7.3 - The socio-cultural construction of willingness to adapt in coastal communities in the US with reference to coastal communities in Europe

Thomas Zimmermann, Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institute of Environmental Planning, Germany

5.7.4 - Assessing participatory planning approaches in climate change adaptation: The case of scenario-based landscape planning in Gartow

Maja Rotter, Institute for Ecological Economy Research, Germany

5.7.5 - Stakeholder Participation in Adaptation to Climate Change – Lessons and Experience from German Dialogue Processes

Room 8

[6b] Adaptation strategies and planning - Adaptive flood management
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 8 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Heidi Kreibich, German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany

(Chair)

Jantsje M. van Loon-Steenma, Wageningen University & Researchcentre / Earth System Sciences Group, Netherlands

3.8.1 - In search for more robust flood protection concepts in the Dutch Wadden area

Sally Priest, Middlesex University / FHRC, Great Britain

3.8.2 - Flood insurance: navigating the minefields

Hans de Moel, VU University Amsterdam / Institute for Environmental Studies, Netherlands

3.8.3 - Spatial cost-benefit analysis to optimize effective use of flood-risk reducing measures in unembanked areas

Philip Bubeck, German Research Centre for Geosciences / Hydrology, Germany

3.8.4 - What influences the decision of households to undertake flood mitigation measures?

Frans Klijn, Deltares, Netherlands

3.8.5 - Enhancing the robustness of river flood risk systems in view of climate change

Vana Tsimopoulou, PhD student / Hydraulic Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

3.8.6 - Cost-optimization of multi-layer safety systems

[4a] Decision-making under uncertainty - Climate vs. non-climate driven densitivity of climate impact studies
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 8 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Diana Rechid, Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie, Hamburg, Germany / Oleg Panferov, Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany

(Chair)

Claus Döring, Universität Göttingen / PGZ, Germany

4.8.2 - Why it is necessary to identify and communicate the major sources for uncertainty in climate impact studies when giving advice to the Praxis?

Frank Herrmann, Forschungszentrum Jülich / IBG-3, Germany

4.8.3 - Modelling of future groundwater recharge in the metropolitian area of Hamburg (Germany) under changed climate conditions

Juliane Petersen, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology / Atmosphere in the Earth System, Germany

4.8.4 - Feedback of forest conversion on the simulated climate of the metropolitan region of Hamburg

Robert Schoetter, KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg / Meteorological Institute, Germany

4.8.5 - Impact of urban development scenarios and orography on summer heavy precipitation in Hamburg

Manuel Gottschick, University of Hamburg / Research Center of Biotechnology, Society and Environment, Germany

4.8.6 - How sensitive are decisions and behavior to climate change knowledge and impacts studies? Qualitative Interview Findings from Regional Governance Networks

[3b] Economics of adaptation - Institutional economics of climate change adaptation
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 8 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Jochen Hinkel, Global Climate Forum (GCF), Berlin, Germany

(Chair)

Matteo Roggero, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin / Ressourcenökonomie / Umweltgovernance, Germany

5.8.1 - Institutional (Climate) Change - Exploring climate adaptation through institutional analysis

Sandy Bisaro, Global Climate Forum / Adaptation and Social Learning, Germany

5.8.2 - Ecosystems and institutional fit: governing ecosystem service provision for climate adaptation

Christoph Oberlack, University of Freiburg / Department of Economic Policy, Germany

5.8.3 - Towards an institutional economics programme of climate change adaptation: What can we learn from existing empirical case-study evidence?

Sergio Villamayor Toma, Indiana University / Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, United States

5.8.4 - Coping with climate change through the commons: A statistical analysis of robustness to droughts in Spanish irrigation systems

Anna-Katharina Topp, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ / Economics, Germany

5.8.5 - Which mode of funding developing countries' climate policies under the post-Kyoto framework?

Room 9

[5c] Governance of adaptation - Organisational adaptation to climate change
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 9 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Maja Rotter, Institute for Ecological Economy Research, Berlin, Germany

(Chair)

Frans Berkhout, VU University Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Netherlands

3.9.1 - Adaptation to climate change by organisations

Maja Rotter, Institute for Ecological Economy Research, Germany

3.9.2 - Making sense of climate risks – organizational adaptation to climate change

Martina Linnenluecke, The University of Queensland / UQ Business School, Australia

3.9.3 - Variations in Decision Makers' Use of Climate Change Information Sources and Impacts on Business Adaptation Choices

[3a] Economics of adaptation - Insurance and finance in climate change adaptation
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 9 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Richard J.T. Klein, Environment Institute, Stockholm Sweden

(Chair)

Tina-Simone Neset, Linköping University / Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, Sweden

4.9.1 - VisAdapt: a decision-making tool for homeowners and insurance professionals

Anne Gammelgaard, Aarhus University / Business and Social Sciences, AU Herning, Denmark

4.9.2 - How do ICT-based visualizations affect private stakeholders’ sense-making of climate impacts, vulnerability and adaptation responses?

E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Umeå University / Department of Geography and Economic History, Sweden

4.9.3 - Insurance sector responses to climate change in different countries: a comparative perspective

Lára Jóhannsdóttir, University of Iceland / School of Business, Iceland

4.9.4 - Climate adaptation challenges of small and medium sized insurance companies

[7a] Mainstreaming climate adaptation - Assessing options for governance in climate change adaptation from regional experiences
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 9 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Anna Bratt, County Administrative Board Östergötland, Sweden

(Chair)

Alexander Roßnagel, University of Kassel/KLIMZUG-Nordhessen

5.9.1 - Legal aspects of the governance of climate change adaptation

Manuel Gottschick, University of Hamburg/KLIMZUG-Nord

5.9.2 - Embedding Climate Change Governance of Climate Change Adaptation: the role of interests, conflicts and annoying societal plurality

Susanna Kankaanpää, Helsinki Regional Environmental Services

5.9.3 - Helsinki Regional adaptation strategy

Jens Hasse, Forschungsinstitut für Wasser und Abfallwirtschaft an der RWTH Aachen (FiW) e.V., Germany/dynaklim

5.9.4 - Roadmap 2020: Towards a regional strategy for climate change adaptation

Room 10

[6a] Adaptation strategies and planning - EU Cities Adapt – urban adaptation strategies
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 10 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Astrid Westerlind Wigström, ICLEI, Germany

(Chair)

Lisa Horrocks, Ricardo-AEA

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Lissy Nijhuis, City of Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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Maaike Breugelmans, City of Ghent, Belgium

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Catarina Freitas, City of Almada, Portugal

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Alfonso Gutiérrez Teira, DG Climate Action, European Commission

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[11a] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Science-practice lab for decision support: the practice of ‘serious gaming'
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 10 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Marjolijn Haasnoot, Deltares /Annemarie Groot, Alterra, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Rob Swart, Alterra, Netherlands

4.10.1 - session objectives and JPI Climate context

Marjolijn Haasnoot, Deltares, Netherlands

4.10.2 - introduction to and guiding the serious game experience

Carlo Giupponi, University Ca’Foscari Venezia, Italy

4.10.4 - experiences with interactive decision-support tools in water management

Rick Heijkoop, Hogeschool Rotterdam, The Netherlands

4.10.5 - Delta Centres as a mechanism for combining science, education, policy and innovation

[11a] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Science-practice lab for decision support: the practice of ‘serious gaming'
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 10 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Marjolijn Haasnoot, Deltares /Annemarie Groot, Alterra, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Carlo Giupponi

5.10.2 - ...

Rik Heijkoop

5.10.3 - ...

Room 11

[1b] climate vulnerability assessment - Decision making for climate robust infrastructure
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 11 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Yanna Badet, AECOM, USA

(Chair)

Nienke Maas, TNO, The Netherlands - The challenge

3.12.1 - adapting infrastructure to climate change impacts

Todd Schenk, MIT, USA

3.12.2 - A role-play simulation exercise to deal with uncertainty: review of a game

Yanna Badet, AECOM, USA

3.12.3 - Vulnerability and risk assessment in San Francisco Bay Area to support decision making

[6c] Adaptation strategies and planning - Building robust strategies for a climate proof fresh water supply.
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 11 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Eelco van Beek, University Twente, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Ana Iglesias, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

4.11.1 - ...

Rolph Johnsen, Central Denmark Region, Denmark

4.11.2 - ...

Pierre Strosser, Action, France

4.11.3 - ...

Willem Oosterberg, Ministry of Infastructure and Environment, The Netherlands

4.11.4 - ...

[6b] Adaptation strategies and planning - Adaptive delta management and decisive points in climate change adaptation
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 11 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Wil Thissen, TU Delft, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Pieter Bloemen, Delta Programme, The Netherlands

5.11.1 - ...

Maarten van der Vlist, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment; Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

5.11.2 - ...

Room 12

[7d] Mainstreaming climate adaptation - Dealing with stormwater adaptation - lessons learned by water utilities
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 12 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Clive Harward, EUREAU and Anglian Water, UK

(Chair)

Jeroen Kluck, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

3.11.1 - Dealing with uncertainties in stormwater management

Axel Waldhoff, Hamburg Wasser, Germany

3.11.2 - Case of Hamburg

Joakim Pramsten, Stockholm Vatten, Sweden

3.11.3 - Case of Stockholm

Jes Clauson-Kaas, HOFOR, Greater Copenhagen Water Company, Denmark

3.11.4 - Case of Copenhagen

Paulien Hartog, Waternet Amsterdam, The Netherlands

3.11.5 - Case of Amsterdam

John Blanksby, University of Sheffield, UK

3.11.6 - Approach for Flood Risk Management with focus on stakeholders and capacity building

[Va] Climate engineering - Climate Adaptation Engineering: Managing Climate Change by Engineering Solutions
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 12 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Xiaoming Wang, CSIRO, Australia / Mark G. Stewart, University of Newcastle, Australia

(Chair)

Prof. Xiaoming Wang, CSIRO

4.12.1 - Understanding of Climate Change Impact and Adaptation through Developing Engineering Knowledge

Emilio Bastidas-Arteaga, University of Nantes, France

4.12.2 - Cost-effectiveness of Climate Change Adaptation Strategies for RC Structures Exposed to Chloride Ingress: Application to Existing Structures in France

Boulent Imam, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, UK

4.12.3 - The Impact of Climate Change on Bridge Assets

Mike van der Heijden, Eindhoven University, The Netherlands

4.12.5 - Climate change adaptation measures at the building scale to reduce indoor overheating during heat waves

Andy van den Dobbelsteen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

4.12.6 - ...

[Va] Climate engineering - Climate Adaptation Engineering: Managing Climate Change by Engineering Solutions
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 12 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Xiaoming Wang, CSIRO, Australia / Mark G. Stewart, University of Newcastle, Australia

(Chair)

Kazuyoshi Nishijima, University of Denmark

5.12.1 - Adaptation efficiency in climate change for typhoon induced wind risk of residential buildings in Japan

Glenn Schrader, University of Arizona Tucson, USA/ Frank Princiotta EPA, USA

5.12.2 - Socio-Technological Approaches for Water, Energy, and Materials Utilization

Kevin Lansey, University of Arizona Tucson, USA

5.12.3 - Sustainable, Resilient, Robust Water Infrastructure Planning Under an Uncertain Future

Mark G Stewart, University of Newcastle, Australia

5.12.4 - Risk and Cost-Benefit Assessment of Climate Adaptation Strategies for Built Infrastructure

John Dora, J.D. Consulting Limited, UK

5.12.5 - Business Change - turning Science into Steady State Delivery

Room 13

[IVc] Best Practices - Designs boosting Urban Climate Change
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 13 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Sanda Lenzholzer, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Hans van Ammers, Arnhem municipality, The Netherlands

3.13.1 - ...

Annemieke Spit, Tiel municipality, The Netherlands

3.13.2 - ...

Shady Attia, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, EPFL, Switzerland

3.13.3 - ...

Olaf Schroth, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

3.13.4 - ...

Heide Schuster, WS green Technologies, Germany

3.13.5 - ...

[4a] Decision-making under uncertainty - Decision making with incomplete data in forest adaptation to climate change
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 13 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Minh Ha Duong, Centre International de Recherche sur l’Environment et le Développement - CIRED – CNRS, France

(Chair)

Marta Benito, Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environment et le Développement -CIRED - CNRS, France

4.13.1 - science perspective

Joelle Schmitt, Montaraz Group, and the OECD working group on Forest Reproductive Material Regulation

4.13.2 - Industry perspective

Pierre Bouillon, Forest Genetic Resources, French Ministry of Agriculture

4.13.3 - administration perspective

Martina Temunovic, Faculty of Forestry in Zagreb, Croatia

4.13.4 - management perspective

[IVb] Best Practices - Adaptation of European Forests to Climate Change
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 13 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Marcus Lindner, European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland

(Chair)

Marc Hanewinkel, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, MOTIVE

5.13.1 - ...

Martin Guericke, University of Applied Sciences, Eberswalde, Germany, INKA BB

5.13.2 - ...

Johannes Eichhorn, North-West German Forest Research Institute, Germany, Klimzug Nordhessen

5.13.3 - ...

Thomas Hauck, Stadtverwaltung Baden-Baden, Germany

5.13.4 - ...

Sander Wijdeven, Dutch State Forestry Agency, Sweden

5.13.5 - ...

Room 14

[4e] Decision-making under uncertainty - From science and concepts to climate resilient development in developing countries
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 14 - 19 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Stephane Hallegatte, World Bank, France

(Chair)

Stéphane Hallegatte, World Bank

3.14.1 - The adaptation challenge: uncertainty, political economy obstacles, and coordination issues

Hamed Assaf, Civil Engineering Department, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

3.14.2 - Lessons from United Arab Emirates

Amal Ahmad Mahmoud Aldababseh, Estidama for Environment, Jordan

3.14.3 - Lessons from Jordan

Dickson Ndhlovu, Principal Engineer - HMS, Government of Zambia

3.14.4 - Lessons from Zambia

[6d] Adaptation strategies and planning - Exploring biophysical and socio-economic perspectives for a robust ecological infrastructure
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 14 - 19 Mar, 13:15 - 15:00

Adri van den Brink, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Flip Witte, KWR Watercycle Research Institute and VU University, The Netherlands/Claire Vos, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

4.14.1 - The feasability of EU nature targets under conditions of climate change

Martha Bakker, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

4.14.2 - Perspectives on multifunctional land use for improving connectivity of nature

Teun Spek, Province of Gelderland, The Netherlands

4.14.3 - Implementing a climate-robust ecological infrastructure in the rural development project Baakse Beek

Mark Rounsevell, University of Edinburgh, UK

4.14.4 - Reflection on climate adaptive rural areas

[3a] Economics of adaptation - Challenges to respond to loss and damage of climate Change
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 14 - 19 Mar, 15:30 - 17:15

Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics, UK

(Chair)

Joern Brinkmann, United Nations University

2.14.1 - the concept

Reinhard Mechler, IIASA, Austria

2.14.2 - the economics

Ana Lopez, London School of Economics, UK

2.14.3 - the science

Roda Verheyen, Rechtsanwälte Günther

2.14.5 - legal aspects for policy makers

Koko Warner or Soenke Kreft, MCII/Germanwatch

2.14.6 - insurance

Kashmala Kakakhel or Tom Mitchell, Climate and Development Knowledge Network CDKN

2.14.7 - case expertise

Exhibition

Exhibiton /all-day
(Ecca) - Exhibition - 19 Mar, 09:00 - 18:00

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition / all-day
(Poster session) - Poster Exhibition - 19 Mar, 09:00 - 18:30

Registration

March 20, 2013

Room 1

Plenary session
(Plenary session) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 09:00 - 10:00

Plenary lecture: Diana Liverman, University of Arizona, "Surviving and thriving in a warmer world: some challenges for adaptation"

Plenary lecture: Stephane Hallegatte, World Bank, "Obstacles to adaptation: an economic perspective"

Break
(Break) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 10:00 - 10:30

[6f] Adaptation strategies and planning - On sectors
(Science Sessions) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Jill Jaeger, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany / Martin Parry, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Jeroen P. van der Sluijs, Utrecht University / Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Netherlands

6.1.1 - Resilience as a strategy for adaptation of fresh water systems to uncertain future changes in the climate

Frans Klijn, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Netherlands

6.1.2 - Governmental responsibilities in relation to the new Dutch flood risk management policy

Maria Falaleeva, University College Cork / Coastal and Marine Research Centre, Ireland

6.1.3 - Adaptive Co-Management for mainstreaming climate adaptation into coastal governance in Ireland. CLAD Tool-Kit for coastal resilience and climate adaptation.

Darja Tretjakova, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences / Watermanagement, Netherlands

6.1.4 - Ports and climate adaptation: Managing flood risk in international harbors

Ron Franken, PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Netherlands

6.1.5 - Options for climate-proofing Dutch freshwater supplies

Lunch
(Break) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 12:15 - 13:15

Plenary session
(Plenary session) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 13:15 - 14:45

Round Table discussion: Facilitator Marc Gramberger, Prospex, Keerbergen

Rosário Bento Pais, European Commission, DG Climate Action /tbc

Frans Berkhout, VU University Amsterdam

Paulien Hartog, Waternet Amsterdam

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center Hamburg

Alex Nickson, Greater London Authority

Karen O'Brien, University of Oslo

Best poster and Best PhD Award

Cosing remarks

Break
(Break) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 14:45 - 15:15

Excursions
(Ecca) - Room 1 - 20 Mar, 15:15 - 18:00

HafenCity

IBA Hamburg

Flood protection

German Climate Computing Center

Room 2

[2] Risk assessment
(Science Sessions) - Room 2 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Paula Harrison, University of Oxford, United Kingdom / Jochen Hinkel, Global Climate Forum, Berlin, Germany

(Chair)

Liang Yang, Research Group of Climate Change & Security / Institute of Geography and KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg, Germany

6.2.1 - Flood risks and urban responses under a changing climate: Application of a multi-agent model in Shenzhen, China

Nina Pirttioja, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) / Climate Change Programme, Finland

6.2.2 - Using impact response surfaces to map yield likelihoods under probabilistic future climates

Kumbirai Musiyiwa, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences / Faculty of Life Sciences, Germany

6.2.3 - An assessment of maize yield response to climatic and non-climatic variables and perceptions of crop production constraints of Zimbabwean smallholder farmers

Tobias Lung, European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) / Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Italy

6.2.4 - Assessment of the influence of climate model uncertainty on EU-wide climate change impact indicators

Paul Hunter, University of East Anglia / Norwich School of Medicine, Great Britain

6.2.5 - Risk of waterborne disease with climate change

Room 3

[7b] Mainstreaming climate adaptation - Implementation
(Science Sessions) - Room 3 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Richard Klein, Stockholm Environment Institute, The Netherlands / Frans Berkhout, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Pam Berry, University of Oxford / Environmental Change Institute, Great Britain

6.3.1 - Opportunities for cross-sectoral mainstreaming of adaptation

Simon Duffield, Natural England / Evidence & Analysis, Great Britain

6.3.2 - Delivering adaptation for the natural environment through agri-environment schemes

Sandra Naumann, Ecologic Institute, Germany

6.3.3 - The use of ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation: barriers and success factors

Nadia Koukoui, Utrecht University / Geosciences, Netherlands

6.3.4 - Adaptation Tipping Points for the Management of Urban Flood Risk - Case Study in Dordrecht, the Netherlands

Patrick Driscoll, Aalborg University / Department of Planning, Denmark

6.3.5 - Synergies, Conflicts, and Trade-offs of C40 Cities Adaptation Strategies

Chang Ching-Cheng, National Central University / Center for Environmental Studies, Taiwan

6.3.6 - Do we really need to address “climate” adaptation? A lesson from a low-lying coastal village of Taiwan

Room 4

[9] Monitoring and measuring adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 4 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Rob Tinch, Independent, Brussels, Belgium / Tim Rayner, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Mike Harley, Climate Resilience Limited / Director, Great Britain

6.4.1 - A conceptual framework for developing adaptation indicators

Johann Jacob, École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP) / Centre de recherche et d'expertise en évaluation (CREXE), Canada

6.4.2 - Evaluating adaptation to climate change: Analytical conceptualization and application in cost-benefit analysis

Kaj van de Sandt, Wageningen UR / ESS, Netherlands

6.4.3 - Framework for monitoring and evaluation of adaptation policies

Timo Leiter, German Development Cooperation / Competence Centre for Climate Change, Germany

6.4.4 - Comparing the evaluation frameworks of European National Adaptation Strategies

Room 5

[10b] Impact and effectiveness studies - Adaptation
(Science Sessions) - Room 5 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Paul Hunter, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom / Rob Swart, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Wim de Vries, Alterra, Wageningen University and Research centre / Alterra, Netherlands

6.5.1 - Agricultural adaptation to climate change under different policy environments in the European Union – An integrated assessment of the impacts

Abiy S. Kebede, University of Southampton / Faculty of Engineering and the Environment and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, Great Britain

6.5.2 - Socio-economic impacts of future changes in flooding and the implications of adaptation in Europe

Hilaria Badival, Department of Agriculture-Cordillera Administrative Region / Department of Agriculture, Philippines

6.5.3 - Indigenous Farmers' Practices and Innovations in Response to Climate Change in the Cordilleras, Philippines

Stephen Hutton, World Bank Group / Independent Evaluation Group, United States

6.5.4 - Assessment of the World Bank Group experience with climate change adaptation

Stelios Grafakos, Erasmus University Rotterdam / Institute for Housing and Urban Development (IHS), Netherlands

6.5.5 - Towards an integrated Evaluation framework of Climate Change Adaptation projects

Room 6

[11d] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Participatory methods
(Science Sessions) - Room 6 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

André Jol, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, Danmark / Ian Holman, Cranfield University, Bedfort, United Kingdom

(Chair)

Ben Schaap, Wageningen UR / Plant Research International - Agrosystems Research, Netherlands

6.6.1 - Participatory design of farm level adaptation to climate risks in an arable region in the Netherlands

Line Johanne Barkved, CICERO (Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo), Norway

6.6.2 - Participatory Mapping for Drought Resilience in Jalna District, Maharashtra, India

Amila Jayasinghe, Lecturer / Town & Country Planning, Sri Lanka

6.6.3 - Participatory GIS as a tool for Flood Mapping in climate change adaptation; A study of Batticaloa City, Sri Lanka

Ralph Lasage, VU University Amsterdam / Institute for Environmental Studies, Netherlands

6.6.4 - ADAPTS, an approach for including community based adaptation in the water sector, based on experiences in Ghana, Vietnam, Ethiopia and Peru.

Room 7

[12c] Communicating impacts, vulnerability and adaptation - Political and empowerment issues
(Science Sessions) - Room 7 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Pier Vellinga, Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Benjamin Preston, Oak Ridge National Laboratory / Environmental Science Division, United States

6.7.1 - Multi-Criteria Analysis and Visualisation of Coastal Adaptation Options for Local Government

Christian Kind, adelphi research gemeinnützige GmbH, Germany

6.7.2 - Analysing the communication of extreme events in the German print media

Julia Reinhardt, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research / Climate Impacts and Vulnerabilities, Germany

6.7.3 - Visualizing and structuring outcomes of multi-stakeholder dialogues on drivers of global and regional change and their impacts on natural resources management – Comparison of five meso-scale case studies in Africa

Maria Cecilia Trannin, Institution: Universidade Estácio de Sá / Environment, Brazil

6.7.4 - Climate Change in the Brazilian Undergraduate Students Mind: Brazilians Global Warming Beliefs, Attitudes and trust in 2013

Lene Alsbjørn, Birgitte Hoffmann / Department for Planning, Denmark

6.7.5 - Good bye to the invisible city. How rainwater changes urban assemblages reconfiguring citizens’ roles in urban regimes

Room 8

[Iva] Best Practices - Adaptation in Europe in practice: how did they do it?
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 8 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Marjolein Pijnappels, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands / David Avelar, CIRCLE/Lisbon University, Portugal

(Chair)

David Singleton, DSA ENVIRONMENT + DESIGN LTD, United Kingdom

6.8.1 - Building the climate proof Melton Vale-16 school.

Sven Kallen, The Green Deserts - LIFE+ project, Spain

6.8.2 - The Green Deserts project: reforestation of dry areas with Waterboxxes

Dorthe Rømø, Municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark

6.8.3 - Green roof philosophy: promoting green roofs in Copenhagen

Marie-Edith Ploteau, Lippeverband, Germany

6.8.4 - a blue-green corridor in the city of Kamen

Christian Dupraz, Inra -French National Institute for agronomical Studies, France

6.8.5 - Agroforestry and agrovoltaic practices: combining adaptation of agriculture with generating solar power

Ulrich Reuter, Municipality of Stuttgart, Germany

6.8.6 - Ventilation corridors in Stuttgart to prevent the heat island effect

Room 9

[11c] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - Planning climate adaptation in the energy sector
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 9 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Alessandro Lanza, Euro Mediterranean Center on Climate Change, Luiss University, Rome, Italy

(Chair)

Patrizia Gabellini, Councillor for Environment City of Bologna, Italy

6.13.1 - Sustainable Energy Action Plan of Bologna

Jakob Wachsmuth, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany

6.13.2 - Participatory development of a regional roadmap towards a resilient and climate-proof energy system

Domenico Gaudioso, Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research - ISPRA, Italy

6.13.3 - the possible impact of climate change on the Italian energy sector

Jean Palutikof, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia

6.13.4 - Energy as an overlooked reality of adaptation

Room 10

[1a] Climate vulnerability assessment - Regional climate change - impacts and vulnerabilities under 2°C-warming
(Special Science Sessions) - Room 10 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center (CSC), Hamburg, Germany

(Chair)

Dan Balteanu, Romanian Academy, Institute of Geography, Bucharest, Romania

6.14.1 - Climate change adaptation in selected vulnerable areas of Romania

Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Center (CSC), Hamburg, Germany

6.14.2 - IMPACT2C - how will Europe look like under a global 2° warming?

Giulia Gallucio, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC), Italy

6.14.3 - Concerted climate adaptation actions across SEE. The Orientgate project

Paul Watkiss, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

6.14.4 - Cross sectoral impacts and adaptation responses

Room 11

[11b] Role of tools and knowledge in adaptation - How to create resilient storm surge protection using building eith nature concepts
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 11 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Erik van Slobbe, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

(Chair)

Jan Brooke, UK consultant in the field of Working with Nature

6.11.1 - ...

Mark Spalding, The Nature Conservancy

6.11.2 - ...

Huib de Vriend, Ecoshape Foundation

6.11.3 - ...

Room 12

[1a] climate vulnerability assessment - Risks from urban flooding - Interactive science and policy assessment
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 12 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Hans von Storch, Institute for Coastal Research, Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany

(Chair)

Prof. Kirsten Halsnæs, Technical University of Denmark/Hans von Storch, Institute for Coastal Research Germany

6.10.1 - Decision Making Approach and Analytical Tools

Rainer Scheppelmann, City of Hamburg

6.10.2 - Hamburg City Center perspectives and Priorities

Lykke Leonardsen, City of Copenhagen

6.10.3 - Copenhagen City Perspectives by Head of Centre

Per Kaspersen, Technical University of Denmark

6.10.4 - modelling results

Room 13

Room 14

[7b] Mainstreaming climate adaptation - From building capacity to taking action: lessons for an integrated approach
(Science-practice/practitioner sessions) - Room 14 - 20 Mar, 10:30 - 12:15

Marc Gramberger, Prospex bv, Belgium

(Chair)

Marc Metzger, University of Edinburgh, UK

6.9.1 - The European context for adaptation action on the ground

Iain Brown, climateXchange/James Hutton Institute, UK and Dr Joseph Hagg, Adaptation Scotland, UK

6.9.2 - Scottish context– Policy, capacity building, and supporting for action

Jim Densham, RSPB

6.9.3 - Environment Link

Graham Esson, Perth and Kinross council

6.9.4 - Rural adaptation

Sonia Milne, Glasgow City council

6.9.5 - Urban adaptation

Mary Christie, Scottish Natural Heritage

6.9.6 - Adapting nature conservation

Paula Harrison, University of Oxford

6.9.7 - CLIMSAVE - Integrated assessment methodology for exploring cross-sectoral climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability

Exhibition

Poster Exhibition

Registration