A connection between the seaside and hinterland of the municipality of Lecce, a reduction of the anthropic pressure on coastal areas and a sharing responsibility in integrated coastal areas management. These are the key points of the winning project of Climathon Lecce 2017 entitled “LinkShiftShare” realized by Chiara De Rinaldis, Giuseppe Scandone, Federico Paperi, Michele Perrotti, Nunzio Luciano Fazio
Solutions to address coastal erosion and the relationship between Lecce and its sea. This is the goal of Climathon, a 24-hour event to be held on October 27-28, 2017. How to apply? Application deadline for participants: October 15, 2017
A major event to present Copernicus Marine Service activities and achievements and discuss its future plans. The registration deadline is August 31, 2017
An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the science of ocean forecasting and the services that derive from it. The deadline for the Master registration is April 18, 2017
On November 15, 2016, in Split, Croazia, the MONGOOS workshop on recent progress and strategies on ocean and coastal modelling. Participations of teams not involved in opearational oceanography are welcome
An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the numerical methods of simulating the ocean environment, ocean monitoring and forecasting. Pre-registration is open, full registration at UNIBO will be open in September 2016
The regional workshop organized by the CMCC Foundation in the framework of the ClimaSouth project focused on the vulnerability assessment on coastal zone and agriculture sector.
A joint training and the sharing of experiences and case studies to strengthening institutional adaptation capacity
An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the numerical methods of simulating the ocean environment, ocean monitoring and forecasting. The deadline for the Master registration has been postponed to February 20, 2016
A Regional Risk Assessment methodology focused on sea-level rise and flood impacts for human and natural systems to support the development and prioritization of adaptation strategies
DESYCO, a GIS based decision support system specifically designed to better understand the risks that climate change poses, such as the effect of sea level rise and coastal erosion on human assets and ecosystems. A new study on Ocean & Coastal Management
Follow Dr. Julie Pullen’s seminar on October 15, 2015, starting at 10:00 a.m.
Hurricanes, beach erosion, structural damage to big coastal cities, flooding: prof. Alan Blumberg at the CMCC’s Ocean Lab in Lecce to explain how to enhance our resilience to climate change and extreme weather events. Watch the video
Download the final report of the Pilot Study within the Orientgate project drafted by CMCC. An assessment of risks to water resources and coastal zones under climate modifications, including extremes, to mainstreaming climate adaptation into planning
The project is now on the website of the EU Commission initiative to collect and share information on adaptation to climate change. Some information about the six case studies developed within the project will be soon available
Six pilot studies, three thematic Centers, the key project outputs, and the OrientGate Data Platform. The final newsletter is online, with the editorial by Antonio Navarra, CMCC President