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CLUVA Introduction to workshop in Munich April 22-28. Stephan Pauleit , TUM Munich, 23-04-2012. Major expected results of CLUVA project. Up-to-date sub-regional climate models( WP1) Methodology and tools for multiple vulnerabilities assessment of African cities (WP2)

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Cluva introduction to workshop in munich april 22 28

CLUVA Introduction to workshop in MunichApril 22-28

Stephan Pauleit, TUM

Munich, 23-04-2012


Major expected results of cluva project

Major expected results of CLUVA project

  • Up-to-date sub-regional climate models( WP1)

  • Methodology and tools for multiple vulnerabilities assessment of African cities (WP2)

    • Models validated with 5 urban systems

    • Risk assessment and mapping

  • Innovative urban planning based approaches to climate risks mitigation in Africa urban areas (WP3)

  • Improved African R&D capacity in the related field (WP4)

    • R&D rooted in socio-economic fabric of the country

  • Improved quality of policy decision making and foresight knowledge production (WP5)


Cluva objectives related to wp2

CLUVA objectives related to WP2

Assessment ofthe multiple vulnerabilitiesof African cities, emphasis on:

Built & critical infrastructure (Task 2.1)

Urban ecosystems & green infrastructure (Task2.2)

Exposed population (Task 2.3)

Integration of multiple risks into framework for a multirisk assessment (Task 2.4)


Umt as integrative tool in the cluva project

UMT as integrative tool in the CLUVA project

T1.3 Hazards

T2.1 Builtvuln. & lifelines

T2.2 Green structure

T2.3 Socialvulnerabiliry

T2.2 Urban morphology types

T3.2 Land useindicators

Assessment of current & future states

T3.3 Adaptation strategies

Spatial

Governance


Objectives of task 2 2

Objectives of Task 2.2

(a) Reminder of overall objectives

Characterising the city and its green infrastructure (what and where)

Assessing provisioning and regulating ecosystem services, current & future

Green infrastructure planning

Task 2.2

1. Characterising

Other WP2 tasks

Other WPs

2. Assessing 

Evidence Base

3. Applying to

Planning


Objectives of the workshop

Objectives of the workshop

  • To make progress in Task 2.2:

    • UMT mapping in the five case studies

    • Land cover assessment

    • Assessment of GI dynamics – past / future

    • Assessment of ecosystem services: regulating, provisioning

    • Development of indicators for vulnerability assessment of urban ecosystems as an input to Task 2.4

  • To make progress in developing the interfaces between Task 2.2 & Task 2.3 as well as with Task 3.2

  • To further joint understanding of the tasks ahead and knowledge exchange between researchers from all case studies & the European partners

  • To develop a clear working programme for Task 2.2 in each case study: until Dar meeting in July & until end of project.


Task 2 2 deliverables

Task 2.2 Deliverables


Workshop programme

Workshop programme

  • Day 1: Status of Task 2.2 in case studies & PhDs

  • Day 2:

    • Land cover assessment & analysis

    • UMT as integrative tool – link to GI planning & Task 2.3

  • Day 3:

    • Ecosystem services

    • Urban modelling

  • Day 4:

    • GI dynamics

    • Indicators

  • Day 5:

    • Urban Planning

    • Programming


Principles for the workshop

Principles for the workshop

  • It is a WORKshop!

  • PhD students/ main researchers are the key players

  • Fexibility – adapt to emerging needs

  • Result in clear programme/ action points


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