Category Archive: Uncategorized

Mar
17

Organization of events for the diffusion of the project results and the sensitization of the public with respect to climate change adaptation measures

(Ελληνικά) Αντιμετωπίζοντας την Κλιματική Αλλαγή – Πόλεις και Χωριά Χωρίς Σκουπίδια Event (Aglantzia Municipality 17/04/2013): Facing Climate Change – Adaptation and economy Event (Sotira Municipality 9/04/2013): Facing Climate Change – Agricultural Productivity Film projection (Nicosia 14/03/2013): Ecovillages in Europe Event (Aradippou 12/2/2013): Facing Climate Change – Livestock Event (Aradippou Municipality 11/2/2013): Facing Climate Change – …

Continue reading »

Mar
17

Organization of an international conference

Considering that the CYPADAPT project is reaching its completion, the International Conference ADAPTtoCLIMATE is organized on the 27th & 28th of March, 2014, aiming to present and disseminate the project results and to further promote adaptation efforts at European and international level. Moreover, ambition of the Conference is to bring together scientists, practitioners and decision-makers …

Continue reading »

Mar
17

Publications in national and international scientific and technical journals/conferences

Doha Climate Change Conference – November 2012 Workshop (Paphos 9/03/2013): Energy planning

Mar
17

Development and distribution of informative material & publications/notice boards/posters

3rd CYPADAPT newsletter 3rd CYPADAPT brochure 2nd CYPADAPT newsletter 2nd CYPADAPT brochure 1st CYPADAPT newsletter 1st CYPADAPT brochure

Mar
16

Invitation (27-28/03/2013) to the international Conference about Climate adaptation

Invitation (greek)

Nov
02

Address by Androulla Kaminara, Head of the EC Representation in Cyprus, in the CYPADAPT workshop

Adaptation to climate change 02.11.2011 Address (in Greek) by Androulla Kaminara, Head of the European Commission Representation in Cyprus, in a workshop organized by the Department of Environment on November 2, 2011, at the Holiday Inn Hotel Nicosia. Irrespective of the success of mitigation efforts there will still be some degree of unavoidable climate change. …

Continue reading »