Present your activities at ECCA 2015
The second biennial ‘European Climate Change Adaptation Conference’ will be hosted in Copenhagen in 2015. More than 1000 participants are expected to attend this event. To present your own activities or research at one of ECCA's sessions, submit your paper until Monday 16 February.
Sessions at ECCA will be cover the following broad themes: business, economics, adaptation in cities and in different sectors, infrastructures, policy and governance, social science and participation, climate services and communication, dealing with risks, and regional challenges and opportunities in the Arctic, mountains and the Mediterranean.
If you would like to contribute to any of these themes, you can submit your paper until Monday 16 February at ECCA's website, using this link: http://www.ecca2015.eu/abstract-submission.
ToPDAd’s sessions and workshops - focus on energy, transport and tourism
ToPDAd will be organizing several sessions and workshops on energy, transport and tourism, where we will be presenting our cost assessment tools for various regional adaptation strategies.
If you are doing research or business in one of these three sectors and are interested in playing an active role in our sessions and workshops, please contact ToPDAd’s communications team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Showcase your work at the commercial exhibition
A commercial exhibition will be arranged in conjunction with the conference. The exhibition will also take place at Bella Center during ECCA 2015. Your organisation or business can also become an official sponsor of the conference.
For any further questions regarding the commercial exhibition, please contact the conference organiser Peder Andersen at email@example.com or +45 4492 4492
About ECCA 2015
The conference will offer a unique platform for researchers, policy makers, and businesses to share new research results, novel policy developments, and practical implementation experiences regarding climate change impacts and adaptation, as well as highlight opportunities for business innovations aimed at supporting the transition to low carbon societies.
It will also show how climate change adaptation in Europe can contribute to job creation and other societal benefits.
Director Kurt Vandenberghe of the European Commission will present at ECCA2015 where European adaptation research and innovation policies are heading the coming years. Join the opportunity and learn about the European Commission’s policy initiatives on climate services and nature-based solutions and their funding in Horizon 2020. Meet possible partners in this largest gathering of the European adaptation community.