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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