13.00 -16.15 Wednesday October 24th
In this session, we discuss three interrelated sub-themes in which citizens could be more explicitly involved:
- Communication & Learning (increasing the dialogue on climate change risks and measures)
- Strategic Planning & Governance (Facilitating citizen involvement in strategic decision-making and planning)
- Local change (Cooperating with residents in designing effective and attractive local responses)
Nina Baron, University College Copenhagen: “Challenges and opportunities connected to climate change adaptation in non-urban communities in Denmark”
Lisa Van Well, Swedish Geotechnical Institute: “Mapping the “soft” and ethical consequences of sea level rise”
Heleen Mees, Utrecht University: “The Roles of Residents in Climate Adaptation:” A systematic review in the case of The Netherlands”
Stefan Fronzek, Saara Ihanamäki, Marjo Neuvonen, Tuija Sievänen and Timothy Carter, Finnish Environment Institute: “Adaptation to climate change among cross-country skiers and downhill skiing centres in Finland”.
Sebastian Irminger Street, Sweco; “Inclusion of stakeholders in the design process”.