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ONLINE CONFERENCE: "Adapting to climate change in the Mediterranean: feedback and best practices"

ADEME
ADEME
The 3rd edition of the “Mediterranean Climate Change Adaptation Awards” is organised by the French Agency for ecological transition (ADEME), with the support of its Mediterranean partners the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) and Plan Bleu. The award ceremony took place during the online conference “Adaptation to climate change in the Mediterranean: feedback and best practices”.

Session 1 - Awards ceremony for the Mediterranean climate change adaptation awards 2021 by ADEME, UfM and Plan Bleu
• Office National de l’Assainissement (Algeria) – Waste water garden of Temacine / Overall Winner and Category “Resilient facilities and infrastructure” (link)
• Lisbon Metropolitan Region (Portugal) – Climate change adaptation plan for the Lisbon metropolitan area / Category “Developments, infrastructure and buildings (link)
• National Polytechnic University of Athens (Greece) – / Hydrousa – Application of innovative economic models to water cycle management for the Mediterranean region / Category “Preservation of ecosystems and nature-based solutions” (link)

Session 2 - Practical perspectives: building on practices for adapting to climate change in the Mediterranean
• A project portfolio, available in English (link) and French (link), which presents the main results of the case studies
• A policy brief for policymakers, available in Arabic (link), French (link) and English (link), which includes the main arguments for climate change adaptation in the Mediterranean bioclimatic zone
• A overview report, available in French only (link), which underlines the key messages and measures of the study in terms of adaptation to climate change in the region
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Diffusion : 27 July, 2021 – (video available in French, English or Arabic)
Website : https://www.medadapt-awards.com/
Twitter : @medadaptawards
LinkedIn : https://bit.ly/medadaptlinkedIn