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Key CLIM-RUN stages. Stage setting (complete) first stakeholder workshops (May-Nov 2011) Mapping the issues (complete) perception and data needs questionnaires Iterative consultation and collaboration (ongoing) Consolidation and collective review/assessment

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Key clim run stages

Key CLIM-RUN stages

Stage setting (complete)

first stakeholder workshops (May-Nov 2011)

Mapping the issues (complete)

perception and data needs questionnaires

Iterative consultation and collaboration (ongoing)

Consolidation and collective review/assessment

second stakeholder workshops (May/June 2013)

Going forward: synthesis and recommendations

final workshop and end of project (February 2014)

Wp4 project level planning

WP4/project level planning

Planning document etc on WP4 wiki – 10/12/12

Common slideset e.g., general objectives

Workshop skype conference 30/01/13

Executive skype conferences 14 &15/03/13

Plus additional skype/email discussions on individual workshops

CET/SET as before

Product information sheets (and presentations)



Consolidation and collective review assessment

Consolidation and collective review / assessment

The intention is to review both the process of interaction between CLIM-RUN scientists and case-study stakeholders, as well as the utility of the products and information developed in CLIM-RUN

How far have we got?

How successful have we been?

What are the remaining problems and/or gaps?

How to sustain and extend the interactions?



Feedback on products

Feedback on products

Is the information clearly presented – in language that is meaningful and understandable for you?

Could the presentation/description be improved?

If so, how?

Is the information relevant (and useful and/or usable) for you?

If so, how might you use it?

If not, why not?

What additional information would you like?


Next steps for clim run

Next steps for CLIM-RUN:

Further refinement of products and outputs based on feedback from workshops

Development of the CLIM-RUN web portal

– a clickable map linking to case-study information

Development of the CLIM-RUN data portal

Identification of key and common messages

one goal of the CLIM-RUN annual meeting, July 2013

informing the CLIM-RUN climate services protocol

Securing the CLIM-RUN legacy and creation of a Mediterranean-wide climate services network

final workshop in Brussels (February 2014 + ECLISE)

Next steps

WP5 tourism (20 minutes):

Tunisia,1 May

Savoie, 31 May

Croatia, 4 June

WP6 fires (10 minutes):

Athens, 4 June

WP7 renewable energy (20 minutes):

Various events Feb-June eg Maghreb Wind Energy

Croatia, 6 June

WP8 integrated (10 minutes):

Veneto (at ICTP), 28 May

Cyprus: energy and tourism – July or September??

The Workshops

Workshop reports:

D5.2/D6.2/D7.2/D8.2 – month 26 (May 2013)

D4.3 Case-study summary for final workshop (month 30)

Synthesis/common messages – all these deliverables due month 30 (September 2013):

D4.4 Synthesis of common messages report

D5.4 Cross-cutting conclusions

D6.4 Vulnerability report

D7.4 Cross-cutting conclusions

D8.4 Cross-cutting conclusions

D1.3 Future impacts at the case-study level???

Reports and synthesis

Proposed D5.2 contents

1.Summary of stakeholder’s needs

2.Answering user needs : approach and method

2.1. Products’ development

2.2. Status of each product before the workshop

2.3. The workshop

3.Main Results

3.1. Stakeholders’ feedbacks on past climate

3.1.1. Products’ relevance (Background/form)

3.1.2. Perception and usefulness (in the decision-making process / adaptation)

3.1.3. Further developments to be done

3.1.4. Perspectives of dissemination

3.2. Stakeholders’ feedbacks on future climate products – as 3.1

4.Recommendations and perspectives

4.1. Protocol and interaction with stakeholders

4.2. Products ‘appropriation and dissemination(Clim Run Web Portal and others portals and services)

4.3. Perspectives for new research’s fields

4.4. Utility and needs for climates services

5.Next steps

5.1. Completion of the products

5.2. Final results’ dissemination