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EC Research in the field of climate change2nd EIONET workshop on climate change vulnerabilityimpacts and adaptationEEA, Copenhagen, 9-10 October 2008 Wolfram Schrimpf Climate Change & Environmental Risks Unit Research Directorate General European Commission firstname.lastname@example.org
Contribution to understand Earth system functioning, the origin and impacts of climate change and to predict its future evolution Guidance and support to EU’s international commitments and EU policies Basis for effective mitigation and adaptation measures European Research
Climate change research is needed at EU level in order to: Support EU International commitments and initiatives such as: Kyoto and Montreal Protocols, and post-Kyoto Climate Initiatives UN Conventions (Desertification, Biological diversity,..) International Strategy for Disaster Reduction World Summit on Sustainable Development Contribute to: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) International Programmes (e.g. IGBP, WCRP) Contribute to EU policies such as: Communication to limit global warming to less than 2°C beyond pre-industrial times 6th Environmental Action Plan and associated Thematic Strategies European Climate Change Programme (ECCP) Action Plans on Environmental Technologies and Environment and Health Water Framework Directive Communication on droughts and water scarcity EU Flood Action Programme Working Groups under the CIS (´climate change impacts on water)
FP6 (2002-2006) Sustainable development, global change and ecosystems Thematic sub-priority: Global change and ecosystems IMPACT AND MECHANISMS OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AND ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTANTS ON CLIMATE, OZONE DEPLETION AND CARBON SINKS • Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles: Sources and Sinks • Atmospheric Pollutants and their Regional Impacts • Climate dynamics and variability DYNAMITE, ENHANCE, EPICA-MIS, MILLENIUM • Stratospheric ozone and climate interactions • Prediction of climatic change and its impacts AMMA, CECILIA, CIRCE, CLARIS, CLAVIER, ENSEMBLES, WATCH, FLOODSITE • Adaptation and mitigation strategies ADAM, SERPEC-CC, TETRIS, TOCSIN
Dynamite Project The project is aiming at further develop the understanding of the fundamental modes of the climate system, in particular the coupled ocean-atmosphere system which is essential to improve the detection, attribution and prediction of global and regional climate change Duration: 2005 - 2007 http://dynamite.nersc.no Understanding the Dynamics of the Coupled Climate System
CIRCE Project The project will predict and quantify physical impacts of climate change and evaluate the consequences of climate change for the society and the economy of the populations located in the Mediterranean area. Adaptation and mitigation strategies will be identified in collaboration with regional stakeholders. Duration: 2007 - 2010 http://www.circeproject.eu Climate Change and Variability: the Mediterranean Environment
ADAM Project The project will lead to a better understanding of the synergies, trade-offs and conflicts that exist between adaptation and mitigation policies at multiple scales. ADAM will support EU policy development in the next stage of the development of the Kyoto Protocol, in particular negotiations around a post-2012 global climate policy regime, and will inform the emergence of new adaptation strategies for Europe. Duration: 2006 - 2009 http://www.adamproject.eu Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Supporting European Climate Policy
More Information on FP6 Climate Change Research Projects ….
Budget I. Cooperation (€ million, current prices) 1. Health 5 984 2. Food, agriculture and biotechnology 1 935 3. Information and communication technologies 9 110 4. Nanotechnologies, materials and 3 467 production 5. Energy 2 265 6. Environment including Climate change 1 886 7. Transport 4 18 0 8. Socio - economic research 607 9. Security and space 2 858 Total 32 292 * Climate-relevant research in FP7 : a cross cutting issue * Not including nonnuclear activities of the Joint Research Centre
FP7 1st Call Theme 6 Environment (including Climate Change) Activity 6.1 Climate Change, pollution and risks Selected projects (under final negotiation)
Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate CCTAME (Impacts & Feedback of climate policies on land-use and ecosystems in Europe Key-words: land-use, adaptation, CO2 mitigation, carbon sink, climate change Co-ordinator: IIASA, Austria EPOCA (European Project on Ocean Acidification) Key-words: ocean acidification, carbon cycle, food chain, climate, carbon dioxide, biogeochemical cycles Co-ordinator: CNRS, France ACQWA (Assessment of climate change and impacts on the quantity and quality of water Key words: Climate change, water resources, mountain regions, modeling, impacts, hazards, adaptation policy Co-ordinator: University of Geneva, Switzerland
Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate (cont‘d) CLARIS LPB (A Europe-South America Network for Climate Change Assessment and Impact Studies in the La Plata Basin Key-words: climate change, socio-economic impacts, land-use, hydrology, ensemble scenarios, adaptation strategies, La Plata basin Co-ordinator: Institut Pierre Simon Laplace, Sweden ClimateCost (Full Costs of Climate Change) Key Words: Adaptation, mitigation, abatement, costs of inaction, economics Co-ordinator: Stockholm Environment Institute – Oxford, United Kingdom ClimateWater (Bridging the gap between adaptation strategies of climate change impacts and European water policies Key words: climate changes, impacts on water cycle, adaptation strategies Co-ordinator: VITUKI, Hungary
Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate (cont‘d) CITYZEN (magaCITY – zoom for the Environment) Key words: megacities, air quality, climate change, observations Co-ordinator: Norwegian Meteorological Institute MEGAPOLI (Megacities: Emissions, urban, regional and global atmospheric pollution and climate effects, and integrated tools for assessment and mitigation Key words: urban, regional and global atmospheric pollution; megacities; hot spots; climate effects, integrated models and tools; assessment; mitigation Co-ordinator: Danish Meteorological Institute
FP7 2nd Call Theme 6 Environment (including Climate Change) Activity 6.1 Climate Change, pollution and risks Selected projects (under negotiation)
Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate REDD-Alert (Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation through alternative land uses in rainforests of the Tropics) Key words: deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, abatement, forests, policy-making Co-ordinator: Integarted Land Use Systems Group, United Kingdom HighNoon (Adaptation to changing water resources, hydrology, agricultural economy, socio-economic development) Key words: Climate change, water resources, hydrology, agricultural economy, socio-economic development Co-ordinator: Alterra, The Netherlands COMBINE (Comprehensive modelling of the Earth system for better climate prediction Key words: climate predictions, climate impacts, modelling Co-ordinator: Max-Planck Institute, Germany
Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate (cont‘d) POEM (Policy options to engage emerging Asian economies in a post-Kyoto regime) Key words: climate policies, policy modeling, economic and energy policies Co-ordinator: Chalmers University, Sweden ATP (Arctic Tipping Points) Key words: climate change, Arctic marine ecosystems, time series, ecological thresholds, regime shifts, early-warning indicators, socio-economic impacts, EU policy, integrated management Co-ordinator: University of Tromsoe, Norway
FP7 2nd Call Theme 6 Environment (including Climate Change) Activity 6.2 Environment and Health Selected projects (under negotiation)
Sub-activity 6.1.2 Environment and Health ArcRisk (Arctic Health Risks: Impacts on health in the Arctic and Europe owing to climate-induced changes in contaminant cycling) Key words: Climate change, persistent pollutants, health risk, arctic populations, contaminant transfer, human exposure Co-ordinator: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme Secretariat CLEAR (Climate change, environmental contaminants and reproductive health) Key words: climate change, global warming, contaminants, reproductive health fertility, child development Co-ordinator: Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark
FP7 1st Call Theme 6 Environment (including Climate Change) Activity 6.3 Natural Hazards Selected projects (under final negotiation)
Sub-activity 6.1.3 Natural Hazards MOVE (Methods for the improvement of vulnerability assessment in Europe) Key words: natural hazards, vulnerability, European environments, organizational vulnerability, resilience, stakeholders, interdisciplinary, participatory, policy, governance Co-ordinator: University of Florence, Italy MICORE (Morphological impacts and coastal risks induced by extreme storm events) Key words: Marine storms, databases, morphological monitoring, numerical modelling, coastal hazard, interaction, warning systems Co-ordinator: Consorzio Ferrara Ricerche, Italy
FP7 2nd Call Theme 6 Environment (including Climate Change) Activity 6.3 Natural Hazards Selected projects (under negotiation)
Sub-activity 6.1.3 Natural Hazards SafeLand (Living with landslide risk in Europe: assessment, effects of global chnage, and risk managements strategies) Key words: Landslides, climate change, remote sensing, early warning, landslide hotspots, risk management Co-ordinator: Norges Geotekniske Institutt, Norway CapHazNet (Social capacity building for natural hazards: towards more resilient societies Key words: risk perception, social vulnerability, risk communication, education, preparedness, risk governance Co-ordinator: Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, Germany IMPRINTS (Improving preparedness and risk management for flash floods and debris flow events Key words: Flash floods, flood forecasting, debris flows, rainfall forecasting hydrological forecasting, probabilistic forecasting, early warning system, operational tools, flash flood risk, climate change impacts Co-ordinator: Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Spain
Work Programme 2009 Theme 6 Environment (including Climate Change) Activity 6.1 Climate Change, pollution and risks Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate Sub-activity 6.1.2 Environment and health Sub-activity 6.1.3 Natural hazards
Sub-activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate In 2009, support will be given to integrated actions for understanding, analysing and predicting climate change and its impacts, with emphasis on abrupt changes and extreme events. Interactions between climate change, ecosystems and greenhouse gases budgets and changes in extreme hydrological events in Europe, advanced climate and earth System modelling, climate impacts and public perception, links between climate and water security will be addressed in line with results of the 4th IPCC assessment report. Adaptation to climate change and its impacts in Europe and Africa, and actions supporting the 'Bali Roadmap' and related post-2012 climate policy initiatives will receive particular attention.
Sub-activity 6.1.1:Pressures on environment and climate ENV.18.104.22.168 Climate dynamics and abrupt changes – analysis of the palaeorecord Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (large scale integrating project) ENV.2009.1.1.3.1 Quantification and attribution of annual-to-decadal changes of carbon and GHG budgets in European terrestrial ecosystems to human and natural drivers and associated climate-carbon feedbacks Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (large scale integrating project) ENV.2009.1.1.4.1 Process-oriented evaluation of Earth System Models with emphasis on climate feedbacks Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (small or medium-scale focused research project)
Sub-activity 6.1.1:Pressures on environment and climate (cont‘d) ENV.2009.1.1.5.1 Climate change predictions in Sub-Saharan Africa (east to west), quantification of impacts and assessment of adequate adaptation measures Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (small- or medium scale focused research project) for specific cooperation actions (SICA) dedicated to international cooperation partner countries ENV.2009.1.1.5.2 Climate induced changes in water resources in southern Europe and neighbouring countries as a threat to security (Coordinated topic with Theme '8. Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities') Funding scheme: Collaborative project (small or medium-scale focused research project) for specific cooperation actions (SICA) dedicated to international cooperation partner countries, targeted to North Africa and Mediterranean partner countries, and/ or Middle East
Sub-activity 6.1.1:Pressures on environment and climate (cont‘d) ENV.2009.1.1.6.1 Integrated methodology providing a common platform for an improved assessment of climate change impacts, vulnerability and related cost effective adaptation measures Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (small- or medium scale focused research project) ENV.2009.1.1.6.2 Options for response strategies integrating sectoral and cross-sectoral measures in view of post-2012 climate initiatives Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (small or medium-scale focused research project) ENV.2009.1.1.6.3 Climate change impacts on the marine environment: research results and public perception Funding scheme: Coordination and Support Action (supporting action)
Sub-activity 6.1.2 Environment and Health In 2009, increased attention will be paid to research on the health effects of climate change in Europe as well as globally, in particular in low income countries. Research on health effects of environmental stressors other than climate change will continue to be supported, With particular attention paid to those of continued (ambient air pollution) or increasing importance (electromagnetic fields). Attention will continue to be paid to environmental health risk analysis and policy development in particular in the context of Environment and Health Action Plan.
Sub-activity 6.1.2: Environment and Health ENV.2009.1.2.1.1 Climate change and water related health issues in Europe Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (small- or medium scale focused research project) ENV.2009.1.2.1.2 Methods to quantify the impacts of climate and weather on health in developing low income countries Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (small- or medium scale focused research project) for specific cooperation actions (SICA) dedicated to international cooperation partner countries
Sub-activity 6.1.3 Natural Hazards Work programme 2009 will emphasise research on climate/ meteorological related hazards, such as wild fires and drought in a changing climate and urban floods as an emerging policy need to support the Flood Directive. Seismic vulnerability of buildings will be studied in the context of European construction Technology Platform. Societal impacts and economic costs of climate/meteorological related hazards and disasters will be addressed to enable better diagnostics and effective design of future prevention strategies. ENV.22.214.171.124 Forest fires in the context of climate and social changes Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (large scale integrating project)
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