Wyświetlanie postów z luty, 2018


Making the intangible manageable - is there a formula to merge research findings with local governance focusing on climate change adaptation? Dr. Lotta Andersson, Swedish Meteorological & Hydrological Institute, Sweden. Dr. Andersson has a background in catchment modeling with emphasis on the use of models as facilitators in stakeholder dialogues related to reducing nutrient loads and adapting to climate change. She was one of the initiators of the MIRACLE project in 2013, and is now mainly active as a knowledge broker in the field of climate adaptation at the National Knowledge Centre for Climate adaptation at the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute. Dr. Andersson has been coordinating the work with the climate adaptation strategy for the Baltic Sea, as well as the "checkpoint 2015" on climate adaptation in Sweden - a governmental mission to guide Swedish climate adaptation polices.   At present she is leading a project on the use of serious gaming to


The 3rd BONUS symposium will present results from four BONUS projects ending in 2018:   BONUS BALTICAPP, BONUS GO4BALTIC, BONUS MIRACLE and BONUS SOILS2SEA which are of interest for policy makers, stakeholders and scientists   Issues of particular interests for policy makers and stakeholders include: ·          How changes in climate and land use are likely to affect future nutrient loads and ecosystem services, including compliance with HELCOM goals ·          Are there synergies or conflicts between climate, nutrient and agricultural policies,   and how can coherence be achieved?   ·          How will future developments of the agricultural sector affect the implementation of the policy objectives? ·          How is the implementation of agri-environmental measures and the uptake of subsidy schemes by farmers affected by regulation, economic conditions (including investment possibilities) and other factors in the countries around the Baltic Sea? ·          What is the tec