Engaging citizens, businesses, governments and other sectors in adapting to local climate change impacts is a central concern in the EU-funded IMPETUS project. But how should decisions be made, using what tools, and based on what data and scenarios? By combining human inputs and innovative digital solutions, the project will boost knowledge about resilience to climate change. The first challenge – to shape the technical architecture for the digital dimension of these ‘Resilience Knowledge Boosters’ (RKBs) – has now taken its first significant step forward.
An exciting cooperation between the EU-funded IMPETUS project and sister Green Deal projects began on 24 November 2021. Organised by the REGILIENCE project’s Coordination Support Action team, the Horizon Europe … Read more
How can we adapt to climate change and the intensifying weather conditions that threaten our way of life? Kicking off with all partners on 21-22 October 2021, the EU-funded IMPETUS … Read more
The impacts of climate change are being felt here and now. From floods in Germany to wildfires in Greece and Turkey; water shortages in Northern Europe and even heatwaves in Siberia. … Read more