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  • 1. Group5-Stakeholders_involvement

    /EPP 2 Stakeholders analysis 26 August 2011 PM/YZ/EPP 3 Stake h o l d e r s P u b l i c / p r i v at e P o w e r l e v e l (“ n u i s an ce” ca p a c i t y ) O r i e n tat i o n H or s t e n s m uni c ipal i t y ( c o m pe t e n t a u t h ori t y ) P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e N eighbour mun i c i p ali t y P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e Poli c y /media/loftslag/Group5-Stakeholders_involvement.pdf
  • 2. Forecasts - Skarðsfjöruviti

    Forecasts - Skarðsfjöruviti | Station forecasts | Icelandic Meteorological office Forecasts - Skarðsfjöruviti Mon 1.05 14 GMT 8° E 5 Cloud cover: 100% 15 GMT 8° E 6 Cloud cover: 100% 16 GMT 7° E 5 Cloud cover: 100% 17 GMT 7° E 6 Cloud cover: 100% 18 GMT 7° E 6 Cloud cover: 100% 19 /m/forecasts/areas
  • 3. Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate

    NONAM PhD course – Adaptive management in relation to climate change – Copenhagen 21-26/8/2011 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1 Outline for the case Road maintenance in a changing climate Introduction Roads and transport systems are vulnerable to climate change impacts (VTT 2011; Koetse and Rietveld, 2009; Regmi & Hanaoka, 2011; Road ERA-net 2009 & 2010 /media/loftslag/Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate.pdf
  • 4. Guidelines2-for-rapporteurs

    ). This can be helpful with respect to finding a common structure in presenting as well in session reporting (for which angles mentioned in the opening session statements of the Workshop participants can provide checkpoints).” Session rapporteur allocation M o n d a y 2 9 . 8 Y u a n g Z h e n g A t h a n a s i o s V o t s i s E i v i n d J u n k e r M i c h a e l L a i h o H e c to r /media/loftslag/Guidelines2-for-rapporteurs.pdf
  • 5. CES_BioFuels_Flyer_new

    ) and changing climate (CC:CC) 1. Current climate (CU) - varying thinning regimes (0%, 15%, 30%,45%) 2. Changing climate (CC) - varying thinning regimes (0%, 15%, 30%,45%) 3. Current (CU) & changing climate (CC) - current thinning regime 4. Current (CU) & changing climate (CC) - changed thinning regimes C l i m a t e s c e n a r i o s M ea s u r e m en t s o f c l i m a t e p /media/ces/CES_BioFuels_Flyer_new.pdf
  • 6. Observations - Reykjavik area - Overview stations

    | Seltjarnarnes - Suðurnes | Skrauthólar | Straumsvík Mon 1.05 14 GMT Arnarnesvegur 5.9° E 5 Max wind : 5 / 8 Garðabær - Urriðaholt 7.5° ENE 2 Max wind : 4 / 7Precip.: 0.0 mm / 1 h Geldinganes 8.3° E 5 Max wind : 5 / 8 Hólmsheiði 6.9° E 6 Max wind : 6 / 10Precip.: 0.0 mm / 1 h Kjalarnes 6.2° WSW 2 Max wind : 4 / 7Road temp. : 16.7° Korpa 7.7° E 5 Max /m/observations/areas
  • 7. 2012-Refsgaard_etal-uncertainty_climate-change-adaptation-MITI343

    ORIGINAL ARTICLE The role of uncertainty in climate change adaptation strategies—A Danish water management example J. C. Refsgaard & K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen & M. Drews & K. Halsnæs & E. Jeppesen & H. Madsen & A. Markandya & J. E. Olesen & J. R. Porter & J. H. Christensen Received: 10 November 2011 /Accepted: 4 February 2012 # The Author(s) 2012. This article is published with open access /media/loftslag/2012-Refsgaard_etal-uncertainty_climate-change-adaptation-MITI343.pdf
  • 8. esa_flyer_new

    EA Analyse A/S and Optensys Energianalys will forecast energy system variables, while SINTEF Energy Research will make assumptions for the energy system in different cases, include new inputs in the EMPS model and carry out simulations. Cl i ma t e Sc e nar i os G ro u p R i s ø St o c h as t i c v a r i a b l e s Clima t e s c e n a r i o NV E S M H I FE I N o r w a y S w e d e n F inla n /media/ces/esa_flyer_new.pdf
  • 9. Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change

    Grin’s work on this article was part of the programme of the Dutch Knowledge network on System Innovations (KSI). P. Huntjens (&)  C. Pahl-Wostl Institute for Environmental Systems Research, University of Osnabruck, Barbarastraße 12, Geb. 66, 49069 Osnabruck, Germany e-mail: J. Grin Amsterdam School for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam /media/loftslag/Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change.pdf
  • 10. Alam_Ashraful_CES_2010

    FOREST BIOMASS FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION – POTENTIALS, MANAGEMENT AND RISKS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE Ashraful Alam, Antti Kilpeläinen, Seppo Kellomäki School of Forest Sciences, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu F t Cli t d R bl E I t Ri k d Ad t tiu ure Cl ma e an enewa e nergy – mpac s, s s an ap a on Oslo, Norway 2 June, 2010 Contents • Forestry in Finland • Challenges • Objectives /media/ces/Alam_Ashraful_CES_2010.pdf

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