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Climate Water Final Symposium presentations
13-14 October 2011
Budapest
Deliverable 4.1
The Climate Water consortium has identified the research gaps and the missing links between research results in the field of climate change and of water management. The research fields and topics include those needed for the development and application of methodologies for adaptation measures relating to water resources to the impacts of climate change, for the development of scenarios of water demand and also for the implementation on water policies. Beyond the researches needed for technological innovations, research is needed for the maintenance and development of the infrastructures to insure that they will be able to deliver tomorrow the expected services.
Read more in the D4.1 Report (the 100-page report is available for download in the document library - after registration)

Deliverable 3.1
The objective of the report of the WP 3 is to provide an overview of the adaptation strategies and measures developed to mitigate the consequences of the climate change, adapt to them, to be prepared to it. The report summarizes the adaptation measures identified in the different project reports, conference abstracts and other documents.
Read more in the D3.1 Report (the report is available for download in the document library - after registration)

Scientific publication: Bridge over troubled waters
Author: Prof. Geza Jolankai
Journal: International Innovation Environment 2011 edition, issue 1 'Addressing major issues using Green Infrastructures'. P42-44
(A a research journal covering the most important issues in science and research currently, International Innovation was developed to bridge the gap between science, policy, research, government and the private sector.)
Publication date: May 2011

View/Download the article: International Innovation p42-44 ClimateWater.pdf

Event: Future of European Waters
Date and Place: 23-24 March, 2011, Budapest
Title: Climate Change and WFD in the light of the results so far of the Project ClimateWater
Presented by: Géza Jolánkai "VITUKI" Environmental and Water Research Institute

View/Download the presentation: ClimateChange and WFD CW Jolankai.pdf
View/Download the abstract: Abstract for Future of European Waters conference Jolankai.pdf
View/Download the major conclusion: Major conclusions for the Future of European Waters Jolankai.pdf

Periodic Report of Climate Water (November 2008 - April 2010)
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Publishable Summary of Climate Water first Periodic Report
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Event: European Parliament - Meeting for Water and Climate Change
Date and Place: 21st of April, Strasbourg
Title: Intermediate results of the Project ClimateWater
Presented by: Géza Jolánkai and Beáta Pataki "VITUKI" Environmental and Water Research Institute, Budapest and Faculty of Engineering of the University of Debrecen

View/Download the presentation: EP Strasbourg_Jolankai.pdf

Event: Research Connection Czech EU Presidency Conference,
Date and Place: 7-8 May, 2009, Prague
Title: On EU founded water-environmental Projects: -How to plan them? How to get them? How to make them? How to use the results? What's coming up?
Presented by: Géza Jolánkai "VITUKI" Environmental and Water Research Institute, Budapest and Faculty of Engineering of the University of Debrecen

View/Download the presentation: Research Connection_Prague_Jolankai.pdf

Event: WFD Lille 2010
Date and Place: 26th-28th April 2010, Lille
Title: Climate Water so far: Impacts of climate change on water and adaptation strategies identified: an ecohydrological RBMP is needed
Presented by: Géza Jolánkai "VITUKI" Environmental and Water Research Institute, Budapest and Faculty of Engineering of the University of Debrecen

View/Download the presentation: WFD Lille 2010_Jolankai.pdf

Event: Paris workshop on the Implementation of the WFD in a context of adaptation to climate change. Session I - Research inputs on climate change to help WFD implementation
Date and Place: 22-23 October 2009, Paris
Title: Intermediate results of the Project ClimateWater
Presented by: Géza Jolánkai VITUKI, Budapest and the University of Debrecen


Interim meeting presentations
26-28 May 2010
Bratislava
  • Analysis and synthesis of water related impacts (WP2) - Water Research Institute - I.R.S.A.
    View/Download the presentation: WP2 analysis and synthesis.pdf

  • Direct impacts on the life and health of the population and the wealth of the nations (WP2) - VITUKI, Budapest and the University of Debrecen
    View/Download the presentation: WP2 direct impacts.pdf

  • Impacts on terrestrial ecosystems of WP2.2 Water-related impacts on nature, the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem (WP2) - VITUKI, Budapest and the University of Debrecen
    View/Download the presentation: WP2 Terrestrial ecosystems.pdf

  • Thematic Focus evaluation for FLOODS (WP2) - Geonardo Ltd
    View/Download the presentation: Thematic Focus evaluation for FLOODS.pdf

  • Strategies to combat climate change induced water pollution (WP3) - VITUKI, Budapest and the University of Debrecen
    View/Download the presentation: WP3 water pollution control strategies.pdf

  • Climate change: Water-related impacts on nature (WP2) - University of Vienna, Department of Limnology
    View/Download the presentation: ImpactsOnNature_UniVie.pdf

  • Research needs (WP4) - University of Vienna, Department of Limnology
    View/Download the presentation: Research needs_UniVie.pdf

  • Experience of vertical handling of topics Sea level rise, Navigation and Energy - SOGREAH Consultants
    View/Download the presentation: Navigation and Energy_Sogreah.pdf

  • Research needs in alternative sewage treatment technologies (WP4) - Water Research Institute - I.R.S.A.
    View/Download the presentation: Sewage_treatment_IRSA.pdf

  • Research needs (identified so far) in drinking water supply (WP4) - Water Research Institute - I.R.S.A.
    View/Download the presentation: WP4_research needs_water supply.pdf