Meldung über die Konferenz auf der Website des Instituts für Küstenforschung des Helmholtz-Zentrums Geesthacht (in German)
"Hamburg Declaration" on regional adaptation to climate change in the Baltic Sea region
Please find here the presentations given at the conference, in chronological order:
Hans von Storch: Scientific evidence on climate change in the Baltic Sea Region
Sonja Deppisch: Adaptation strategies to climate change impacts in urban regions of the Baltic Sea coast -The science-practice interactions within plan B:altic
Sebastian Ebert: Adaptation Needs? Adaptive Capacities? Answers from the INTERREG Project BalticClimate
Carin Nilsson and Erik Engström: Creating and maintaining dialogue on climate information - Reflections on the adaptation process in Sweden
Insa Meinke and Hans von Storch: Regional Climate Service -Experiences at the Institute of Coastal Research at HZG
Jorgen Madsen: BaltCICA - consulting citizens about climate adaptation -The case of Kalundborg
Thomas Zimmermann: Cooperative Planning for Climate Change Adaptation in Municipalities - Two Case Studies from the Metropolitan Region of Hamburg
Elisabeth Dahle: The Norwegian Case: Climate Change Adaptation and the Land Use Planning Sector - How can we strengthen the adaptation capacity of municipalities?
Dennis Bray and Grit Martinez: From Science to Politics
Katja Klein: The project plan B:altic from the associates point of view in the urban region of Rostock
Lykke Leonardsen: Climate change - a threat or a possibility?
Jessica Andersson: How to adapt to climate change? Regional strategies and possibilities in the Stockholm region
Ulf Moback: Adaptation to climate change in Gothenburg, a seaside city in Sweden
Shortly, we will have a conference resumee and some conference photos here.