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GERICS at the ECCA 2019

European Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2019, May 28 - 31, 2019 in Lisbon

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The ECCA is one of the largest conferences on adaptation to climate change. It takes place every two years in Europe. Actors from science, politics as well as practice partners and non-governmental organizations come to the ECCA to promote adaptation to climate change on a global and local level and to present new research results and implementation experiences of adaptation projects.

On Tuesday, May 28, the event opened with a plenary session in which Daniela Jacob gave a talk on the key messages of the IPCC Special Report on 1.5 ° C Global Warming.

ECCA 2019 Screenshot Daniela

"Daniela Jacob from the Climate Service Center Germany – GERICS highlights the importance of the IPCC report, 1.5 degrees. The report highlights how the impact, extremes and vulnerabilities experienced will be less if we limit warming to 1.5 degrees rather than 2 degrees. She also comments that the changes needed are doable if we all take steps to reduce our carbon footprints, but that industry use take responsibility too. Daniela goes on to say how important it is to share knowledge so it is transferable and leads to action." (cited after ECCA 2019/Youtube)
Short interview with Daniela Jacob on her keynote speech

GERICS was represented at the ECCA as convener of Sessions:

as well as numerous other lectures:

further information at ECCA2019 homepage

Daniela Jacob gave a keynote speech at a side event of JPI Climate on Monday, 27 May on "Climate services: state of affairs, relevance for users and the way forward" and Jo-Ting Huang-Lachmann presented the ERA4CS / H2020 project INNOVA ,

ECCA Side Event: Climate services: state of affairs, relevance for users and the way forward