CLARITY is part of this year's ECCA 2019 in Lisbon. The biennial European Climate Change Adaptation conference is convened by EU-funded projects like ours on behalf of the European Commission. The conference is organized by three European projects under the "Horizon 2020" program - Placard, Bingo, Resccue.
CO2 absorbierende Wandfarbe an Gebäuden kann gegen die weltweite Luftverschmutzung in Großstädten die fehlenden Bäume ausgleichen.
Cismet was the initial partner in the CLARITY project. The company develops sustainable software systems and information integration strategies for large scale geospatial data infrastructures. Within CLARITY they develop the CSIS.
In Germany people can get their sick leave for work just via Whatsapp. If patients have a cold and have only harmless symptoms - they do not have to go to the doctor anymore. The E-Health-service improves medical care in rural regions in particular. Germany has so far been regarded as a developing country when it comes to telemedicine.
How will cities cope with heavy rainfall and flash floods in the future? The Water and Wastewater Fair in Jönköping Sweden shows trends.
In 2018 we had the co-creation and service design phase of the CLARITY project, we had several fruitful workshops, we did a lot of events together where we spread the word on climate services and we worked hand in hand on the CSIS. Take a look at all the achievements in the past 12 months.
The EU sees climate change as a business opportunity and wants to promote new ideas. The "European Business Council" presented itself in Vienna for this purpose.
Climate hazards like floods, heatwaves or fire threaten cities in the EU. To find new solutions BRIGAID connects innovators and end-users.
Earthquakes, Seastorms and active volcanos. The italian company EUREKA is analyzing the risks of natural hazards in the EU.
Climate change is increasingly becoming a health hazard for humans, which show numerous scientific studies in the magazine "The Lancet". Because of the rising temperatures, researchers expect tropical diseases to spread. In 2017, extreme weather events led to a global loss of around 288 million euros.
Lena Strömbäck works for the Swedish national meteorological organization SMHI. At CLARITY she supports infrastructure projects in the EU to adapt to climate change.