Abgeschlossene Projekte

Abgeschlossene Projekte

 
ARCH

ARCH is a research project to develop methodologies to manage the multiple problems affecting lagoons in Europe.

 

Climate Cost

Full costs of climate change |Read more ...

 

CIRCE

Climate change impacts in the Mediterranea |Read more ...

 

COASTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND GOVERNANCE
- a social-ecological systems approach to assessing coastal sustainability and governance at regional to global scales

The aim of this project is to develop a transferable and adaptive analytical framework of sustainability and governance of coastal zones. Fundamental to the proposed framework is a well-grounded conceptualization of “coastal sustainability” which accounts for complexity and aspects of uncertainty, and links terrestrial, coastal and marine issues of sustainability and governance.

 

COASTGAP

COASTGAP aims to capitalize best practices concerning adaptation and governance policies of the Mediterranean coastal zones with regard to climate change effects and other natural/anthropogenic threats.

 

FORESIGHT

Global assessments of coastal population change |Read more ...

 

MARSHES IN THE RIO DE LA PLATA

This project identifies the governing processes of the development of freshwater and salt marshes along the estuary of the Rio de la Plata.

 

PAP/RAC

Priority Actions Programme/Regional Activity Centre

The principal activity of PAP/RAC is Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) in the Mediterranean. ICZM is recognised as the way forward for the sustainable development of coastal zones since the 1992 Rio Conference (the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development) and is characterised by a distinctive integrated approach to providing solutions to the complex environmental, social, economic and institutional problems of the coastal zones.

 

RISES-AM

Responses to coastal climate change: Innovative Strategies for high End Scenarios - Adaptation and Mitigation

RISES-AM is an EU funded project to better understand the impacts of climate change for high rises in global means sea levels, and potential ways to adapt.