Adaptation to climate change: a discussion at the festival of Internazionale in Ferrara

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Climate change is happening now and in order to address climate change challenges, Europe has developed an adaptation strategy to climate change while inviting its Member States to develop suitable adaptation plans at national level.
In Italy, the public consultation on the first draft of the National Adaptation Plan to Climate Change has been launched last summer and will remain open until October 15, 2017.

On September 29, 2017, Enrica De Cian, researcher at the CMCC Foundation – ECIP – Economic Analysis of Climate Impacts and Policy Division, will take part in the Internazionale festival in Ferrara to discuss on these challenging topics.
She studies the economic impacts of climate change and will join the festival in Ferrara with two speeches:

11:00 a.m.: A Postcard from planet Earth (Cortile del Castello). With Radio3Mondo.
CMCC researcher Enrica De Cian will participate in the live debate with Pranab Doley, Indian activist, and Amitav Ghosh, Indian writer and anthropologist. Presented by Anna Maria Giordano (Radio3).

2:30 p.m. Environment – Suitable for change (Biblioteca Ariostea)

The global challenge of humanity to survive what it has created

Enrica De Cian will talk about the future challenges that we will have to face to address climate change impacts and adapt in a debate with Paolo Benanti, Prof. of neuroethics, bioethics and moral theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University, and Marco Merola, journalist and scientific communicator. Introduced and chaired by Enzo Arceri.

For more information, take a look at the full programme of the event.

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