3rd governing board assembly 8-10 July 2013, ENEA,

3rd governing board assembly 8-10 July 2013, ENEA,

3rd governing board assembly 8-10 July 2013, ENEA, Roma valentina giannini (cmcc) ENEA(Italy) EEWRC(Cyprus) CNRM(France) ICTP(Italy) IC3(Spain) NOA(Greece) CMCC(Italy) TEC(France) PlanBleu(France) PIK(Germany) UEA(UK) GREVACHOT(Tunisia) JRC (Spain) DHMZ (Croatia) USMD(US) UC(Spain) outline before the workshop workshop after the workshop stakeholder involvement identification of stakeholders email and follow up calls

definition of agenda with colleagues: CET: Alessio Bellucci and Erika Coppola RISK: Silvia Torresan and Valentina Gallina logistics: 28 May at ICTP in Trieste stakeholder involvement invited: the same as first workshop 50 participated: Veneto Regional Met office Municipality of Venezia: urban sustainability Municipality of Venezia: PAES and C40 Municipality of Venezia: energy agency Friuli Venezia Giulia Regional geologic service Regional environmental agency

Regional environmental agency Regional environmental agency Regional Met office Extension service Ledra Tagliamento Marine Protected Area of Miramare Adriano Barbi Sandro Caparelli Irene Gobbo Simone Tola Antonio Bratus Giorgio Mattassi Isabella Scroccaro Dario Giaiotti Andrea Cicogna Damiano Furian Carlo Franzosini

goals of workshop summary of activities organized for stakeholders involvement presentation of CLIM-RUN products: preliminary results discussion and validation next steps time 10:30 start 10:30 Valentina Giannini CMCC

11:00 all stakeholders 11:30 Alessio Bellucci CMCC Erika Coppola ICTP Erika Coppola and Alessio Bellucci 12:00 12:30 presentation of workshop for stakeholder involvement in the CLIM-RUN

project presentation of synthesis of stakeholders requests from first workshop short introduction: how do I use climate services? what are my expectations from this workshop? what motivated me to be involved? sea level rise in the North Adriatic basin seasonal forecast of extreme events (precipitation and heat waves) analysis of extreme indices derived from simulation of regional model RegCM4, 50 km for Europe discussion on presentations: is information provided understandable? will you be able to use it? if not: how can it be improved? is information presented relevant for your activities? what other information would you need?

13:00 lunch break 14:00 Silvia Torresan and Valentina Gallina CMCC climate impact and adaptation services in the North Adriatic coast sea level rise inundation risk maps pluvial flood inundation risk maps in urban areas water stress index and maps for agricultural typologies 15:30 Valentina Giannini CMCC

next steps 16:00 end CLIM-RUN presentations Valentina Giannini workshop presentation synthesis of process feedback stakeholders turn how do I use climate services? what are my expectations for this workshop? what motivated me to be involved?

feedback highlights from stakeholders NEEDS data with greater resolution then presented climate data data on impacts and risks EXPECTATIONS understand climate change acquire information disseminate to public information to improve management options knowledge for land-use planning, DRR and EWS CLIM-RUN presentations Alessio Bellucci

sea level rise in the north adriatic basin seasonal forecast of extreme events (precipitation and heat waves) Erika Coppola analysis of extreme indices derived from simulation of regional model RegCM4, 50 Km for Europe Silvia Torresan e Valentina Gallina services for impacts and climate change adaptation in coastal zones of north adriatic discussion on climate products is information provided understandable? will you be able to use it?

if not: how can it be improved? is information presented relevant for your activities? what other information would you need? feedback highlights from discussion questions were asked to better understand what was presented, suggested improvements: data to support different planning: longer time series of observations, higher resolution regional agencies can do downscaling

data on precipitation and winds in northern Italy a research project is trying to create a repository of daily data since 1960 precipitation patterns to improve irrigation Climate impact and adaptation services in the North Adriatic coast Regional Risk Assessment (RRA) was proposed to develop 3 products: sea level rise inundation risk maps pluvial flood inundation risk maps in urban areas water stress index and maps for agricultural typologies A questionnaire was administered to collect stakeholders feedbacks about:

testing areas for products application input data output data 6 stakeholders out of 11 answered the questionnaire Regional Risk Assessment: main phases, inputs and outputs feedback Product 1 Sea level rise inundation risk maps Stakeholders agreed with the proposed dataset suggesting more detailed maps for vegetation and subsidence for Friuli Venezia Giulia Region Stakeholders were involved in the assignation of scores to the socioeconomic and environmental factors used in RRA

Hazard inundation map: 5 stakeholders suggested the visualization in 3 classes, 1 stakeholder preferred 4 classes A threshold of 60 cm was selected by the majority of stakeholders (5/6) as the maximum water level which generate the maximum inundation hazard. feedback Product 2 Pluvial flood inundation risk maps in urban areas 4 stakeholders considered the Veneto testing area as appropriate 1 stakeholder suggested to include urban and extra-urban areas of

Udine and Pordenone (Friuli Venezia Giulia provinces). 4 stakeholders considered the proposed receptors and vulnerability factors as appropriate 1 stakeholder suggested a more detailed analysis of the slope influence on inundated areas The decade 2041-2050 was considered as appropriate time scale, 2 stakeholders suggested a more detailed analysis of the outputs (i.e. monthly , annual or seasonal number of events).

feedback Product 3 Water stress index and maps for agricultural typologies The Po delta was considered not suitable for this product by 4 stakeholders. They suggest to shift to the Upper and Lower Veneto and Friuli plane. 4 stakeholders proposed to consider a more detailed analysis of the crop water balance considering the available water capacity of the soil The following crop typologies were considered as relevant receptors: corn, cereals and soybean in not irrigated land; rice fields; vineyards; olive groves 4 stakeholders preferred to visualize the result in single crop maps, 1 stakeholder prefers the visualization of a total crop map (i.e. all the crop typologies in the same risk map). General interest in annual, monthly and seasonal time resolution for the 20412050 decade.

next phases communication of stakeholders feedback to CET for product improvement (Del 8.2) identification of key messages: discussion during annual meeting in Rome inform CLIM-RUN protocol on climate services continue interaction with stakeholders: invite to final meeting? evaluate the feasibility of applying and test all the climate impact and adaptation products in the North Adriatic region grazie [email protected]

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