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The latest news about the activities of the Navigating a Changing Climate Initiative.

At the end of phase one of their Resilience4Ports project, The Resilience Shift has launched a new report on the resilience of ports. The report, 'Resilience4Ports: Gateways to a resilient future’ identifies 36 current and future trends and developments facing…
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The new EU Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change, Building a Climate-Resilient Future, has been published today, 24 February 2021. The Strategy and associated resources can be accessed via https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/ip_21_663  This EU Strategy sets out a pathway 'to prepare for…
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On 9 February, the European Parliament endorsed the agreement on the Proposal for a Regulation establishing a Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). With a budget of EUR 672.5 billion, the RRF is the EU’s main instrument to recover from the…
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Sediment management opportunities to address the climate change challenge Registration is open for the joint NavClimate-SedNet virtual workshop on 'Sediment management opportunities to address the climate change challenge'. The workshop will comprise two consecutive half-day sessions.  Its aim is to…
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Save the date announcement and session themes confirmed for the joint NavClimate-SedNet virtual workshop on 10th and 11th February 2021   1. Role of sediment management in carbon sequestration and storage: opportunities to contribute to a net reduction in greenhouse…
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NavClimate supporter Ports Australia’s has published a new Port Sustainability Strategy Development Guide with the intention to provide a strategic and robust approach to sustainability planning for ports. The plan is adaptable for ports to tackle the challenges unique to…
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Inland waterway transport is vulnerable to climate change because river navigation depends on precipitation and water levels for its operations.  There have been low and high water periods over the last 200 years and this will continue to occur in the…
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Thursday, 17 September 2020 14:21

EFIP Climate Change Adaptation Strategy

Inland ports are more than familiar with the impacts of climate change. The increasingly serious effects of low-water levels have demonstrated beyond doubt the need to mitigate and adapt to climate change. To do so, the European Federation of Inland…
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Thursday, 17 September 2020 10:04

ESPO Climate Change Adaptation Position

As entities particularly vulnerable to the disastrous effects of climate change, European ports are acutely aware of the need to bring the European Commission’s climate change adaptation strategy up to date. In its position paper, ESPO (European Sea Ports Organisation)…
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Great to see The Economist picking up on the #NavClimate survey to draw attention to the urgent need for action, by ports, to adapt to climate change and extreme weather events ... https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2020/09/12/ports-are-highly-exposed-to-climate-change-and-often-ill-prepared 
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