To ensure that the outcomes of our dialogues reach the appropriate audience, we use a translational approach – ensuring the context and language make sense to our audience.
Among the messages from discussions during the ECCA 2019 conference, a number of research gaps have emerged which are of critical importance for future research planning in Europe and internationally.
In addressing complex problems with research programmes, policy initiatives, or practical interventions, there is a need to consider the Legacy of the work: what will a project or programme leave behind?
Why should the EU worry about the weather? Our policy brief explores the choices facing the European Union and how best to deal with the impacts of extreme weather risks.
A webinar to showcase the potential of foresight methods in increasing climate resilience across Europe, in the light of Juncker’s 5 Futures for Europe.
Fires can lead to the contamination of surface and groundwater resources with suspended sediments, metals, organic compounds and nutrients. Our policy brief highlights research gaps that could improve risk assessment and management.
This policy brief argues that technology can helps us to connect and share knowledge across the CCA and DRR communities, through semantic tagging and the forthcoming PLACARD Connectivity Hub.
Our interactive visualisation explores the climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) landscape, building on analysis of stakeholders, platforms, user needs and networks.
Shared terminology is critical to improving the effectiveness and uptake of climate communication. Our poster for ECCA 2017 explored understanding and harmonisation between the terms and language used in climate adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR).
A one-hour webinar to examine some of the lessons learned from M&E emerging from CCA and DRR evaluation processes.