LIFE Clinomics Project

Adaptation to Climate Change in the Mediterranean

Adaptation to Climate Change in the Mediterranean

Wednesday, 21st November

Ple Room, Casa Llotja de Mar | Barcelona

This event takes place under the framework of LIFE Clinomics, a European Union-funded project with the objective to increase the resilience to climate change in Mediterranean companies and local entities of the agricultural, forest, fishing and tourism sectors.

Climate change affects our natural system, the environment and people’s health, but also economic activities. Its effects furthermore do not stop at borders, wherefore the transfer of knowledge becomes vital to increase adaptation capacities of economic activities throughout Mediterranean countries, which share similar climate characteristics.

During this event, we share the vision and approach of LIFE Clinomics project on how to adapt the Mediterranean agricultural, forest, fishing and tourism sectors to the challenges of climate change. We moreover enrich project results by exchanging and debating ideas with the aim to enhance sensitivity and knowledge about climate change impacts within these economic sectors.

Wednesday, 21st November

10:15 – 10:45   Coffee Break & Networking


10:45 – 11:00 Welcome Note

Jaume Fradera | Deputy Manager, Barcelona Chamber of Commerce

 


11:00 – 11:20 LIFE Clinomics project – Climate change adaptation strategy in the agricultural, forestry, fishing and tourism sectors

Núria Parpal | Head of Local Environmental Planning Section, Barcelona Provincial Council

 


11:20 – 11:40   LIFE Clinomics project – From strategy to action

Nadège Trocellier | Responsable of Climate Change, Lavola Consustainability

 


11:40 – 13:00   Climate change impacts in the Mediterranean and main adaptation measures

  • Agricultural sector:
    Nicola Lamaddalena | Head of the Land and Water Resources Management Department, CIHEAM – Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari
  • Forestry sector:
    Inazio Martínez de Arano | Head of Office, European Forestry Institute
  • Fishing sector:
    Màrius Vizcarro Gianni | General Secretary, National Federation of Fishermen Confraries of Catalonia (Fnccp)
  • Tourism sector:
    Rym Ayadi | President, Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association

 


13:00 – 14:00 Discussion and Q&A: Replicability and transferability of LIFE Clinomics approach

 


14:00 Event Closure

 

Cambra de Comerç de Barcelona

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Co-funded by:

European Regional Development Fund    A way to make Europe