Facing transboundary extreme events in alpine regions under climate change
- Date: 06.07.2022, 9-12:30
- Place: EURAC Research, viale Druso 1, 39100 Bolzano/Bozen and Online
Our Institute is hosting the international Workshop “FACING TRANSBOUNDARY EXTREME EVENTS IN ALPINE REGIONS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES”
The workshop will be held Wednesday July 6th, 2022 from 9 to 12:30 at EURAC Research premises.
The event is organized within the framework of the TRANSALP Project, funded by the European Commission. The workshop will provide a brief overview of the activities and preliminary results of the TRANS-ALP project, with the aim to foster an interdisciplinary discussion on current and perspective risks related to extreme hydrometeorological events.
The workshop is aimed at Civil Protection authorities, Decision Makers, Risk practitioners from alpine region and other areas, as well as at partners and observers of projects working on similar topics.
More information about the project are here below
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