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8th EIONET workshop on climate change impacts,
vulnerability and adaptation (24 June 2014)
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EEA activities
André Jol
Head of group vulnerability and
adaptation, EEA
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EEA multi annual work programme
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2014-2018
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To be the prime source of knowledge at European
level informing the implementation of
European and national environment and
climate policies;
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To be a leading knowledge centre on the
knowledge needed to support long term
transition challenges and objectives;
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To be the lead organisation at European level
facilitating knowledge-sharing and capacity building in the field of environment and climate
change.
See: http://www.eea.europa.eu/publications/multiannual-work-programme-2014-2018
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A CRUCIAL
MOMENT
FOR
EUROPE
Assessing systemic challenges
Resource-efficient
economy and the
environment
Megatrends and
transitions
Environment, human
health and well-being
Sustainability assessments
and state of the
environment reporting
Goal - To be a centre of knowledge creation, exchange and use on
long term systemic challenges and societal transitions
Achieve by 2018 - Prompt delivery of SOER2015 and annual
indicator reports, and measurable recognition in the 7EAP evaluation
process.
European policies recognise the challenge
and embrace ambitious visions for a sustainable society
“In 2050, we live well, within the planet's ecological limits. Our
prosperity and healthy environment stem from an innovative,
circular economy where nothing is wasted and where natural
resources are managed sustainably, and biodiversity is protected,
valued and restored in ways that enhance our society's resilience.
Our low-carbon growth has long been decoupled from resource use,
setting the pace for a global safe and sustainable society.”
Source: 7th Environmental Action Programme
Other EU policies offer similar perspectives: Europe 2020 Strategy, EU Energy Roadmap 2050, Roadmap
to a Resource Efficient Europe, Roadmap for a competative low carbon economy in 2050, etc.
SOER 2015
A suite of product(s): short briefs + up-to-date indicators
A
B
C
Synthesis
& Derivatives
Global Megatrends
(Europe in global context)
Thematic
SOE information
Country-level
SOE information
Synthesis report
GMT fiches
thematic fiches
country fiches &
cross-country comparison fiches
FLIS
indicators
EEA
indicators
EEA & country
indicators
3 indicator reports &
stakeholder workshop
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Signals 2015 and
other derivatives
GEMET
ROD
SERIS
SENSE
2014
IMS
2013
FLIS
Related (flanking)
activities
2012
SOER 2015
Online
SOER 2015
In Print
SYN
CDR
Reportnet
ETDS
SENSE
SENSE
SENSE
SENSE
Data
Centres
AoA
SOE online
IMS
EyeonEarth
Discomap
GMES
GCI
SDI
SOER 2015
The path from SOER 2010 to SOER 2015
Draft selection of Part B and Part C topics (incl. Eionet consultation)
SOER 2015 Implementation Plan
SOER 2015 Project Plan
2010
2011 - Reflecting
2012 - Planning
2013 - Preparing
Publication of SOER 2015
2014 - Producing
Final selection of focus for all parts (by Dec) - Phase 1
First Draft Part B & Part C (by Mar), Part A & Synthesis (by May) - Phase 2
Quality assurance and Eionet consultation (including MB Seminar ) - Phase 3
Second Draft Part B & Part C (by Jul), Part A & Synthesis (by Sep) - Phase 4
Final quality assurance, final updates, SOER 2015 Online finalisation (by Nov) - Phase 5
2015
SOER 2015
Part B – Thematic fiches
B
• Focus: A series of brief summaries of state and trend in key
environmental themes, guide through EEA knowledge base.
• Progress: First draft of 25 thematic fiches by end of March;
feedback from 25 countries, Commission Services, Scientific Com.
• Next steps: Second (internal) draft fiches to be developed by Jul
2014; final draft fiches to be developed by Oct/Nov 2014.
• Next for Eionet: Factual check of final draft fiches Oct/Nov 2014.
SOER 2015
Next steps: Eionet involvement requested
(1) Feedback on draft SOER 2015 Synthesis (Chapters 1 to 5)
 Please send comments by email using review template; by 15 July 2014
 Please reserve time for review of full draft Synthesis; in September 2014
(2) Eionet consultation 10 global megatrend fiches (Part A)
 Using the online fiche management commenting system; by 11 July 2014
(3) Eionet revision of country fiches (Part C)
 Using the online fiche management system; by end of July 2014
 Editorial (language) support provided by EEA throughout the month of August
(4) Country perspectives to cross-country comparison fiches (Part C)
 Based on second draft fiches, EEA will provide guidance on this during summer
A CRUCIAL
MOMENT
FOR
EUROPE
Informing policy implementation
Air pollution,
transport and noise
Industrial
Pollution
Climate change
mitigation and energy
Marine and
Water management, Biodiversity,
maritime, fisheries
resources and
ecosystems,
and coastal
ecosystems
agriculture and
forests
Climate change impacts,
vulnerability and
adaptation
Urban, land use
and soil
Waste and
material resources
Goal - Improve content, accessibility and use of European-level
environmental information.
Achieve by 2018 - Measurable uptake of EEA findings, and the timely
and reliable delivery of outputs.
The EU CC adaptation strategy (2013)
Priority 1: Promoting action by Member States
Action 1.
Encourage MS to adopt Adaptation Strategies and
action plans
Action 2.
LIFE funding, including adaptation priority areas
Action 3.
Promoting adaptation action by cities along the
Covenant of Mayors initiative
Priority 2: Better informed decision-making
Action 4.
Knowledge-gap strategy
Action 5.
Climate-ADAPT
Priority 3: Key vulnerable sectors
Action 6.
Climate proofing the Common Agricultural Policy,
Cohesion Policy, and the Common Fisheries Policy
Action 7.
Making infrastructure more resilient
Action 8.
Promote products & services by insurance and
finance markets
Climate
Action
Climate change impacts, vulnerability
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adaptation
(2014-2018)
Objective
To support and inform policy development and implementation in the area of climate change impacts, vulnerability,
and adaptation by means of data, information/indicators, and assessments.
Specifically:
• to provide up-to-date information and indicators on impacts, vulnerability, and adaptation to climate change
(including disaster risk reduction), and to provide access to Copernicus climate change information services in
the European Climate Adaptation Platform, Climate-ADAPT;
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to support the implementation of the EU Climate Change Adaptation Strategy, including maintaining ClimateADAPT and steering its development together with the European Commission;
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to support countries with the reporting of data to the European Commission and the EEA;
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to help policymakers plan and implement transnational, national, and sub-national (in particular cities)
adaptation policies, and also to help monitor their implementation;
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to support the development and monitoring of adaptation policies in the EU by addressing, with appropriate
partners where needed, topics such as costs and benefits of adaptation; green infrastructure and spatial
planning, transport and energy systems; and indicators for monitoring and evaluating adaptation actions
implemented by the private sector.
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Climate change impacts, vulnerability
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adaptation
Assessment reports
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Report ‘National adaptation policy processes across European countries’ (EIONET consultation until
2 July, publication autumn 2014)
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Report ‘Adapting Transport Systems to Changes in Climate’ (EIONET consultation in July,
publication autumn 2014)
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Chapter published in CIRCLE2 book ‘Adapting to an Uncertain Climate Lessons From Practice’
(How Is Uncertainty Addressed in the Knowledge Base For National Adaptation Planning?)
Indicators
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Updated on EEA web site (including changes due to IPCC AR5)
New EEA core set being implemented
Urban vulnerability maps (publication autumn 2014)
Workshops/conferences
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Open European Day at the global Resilient Cities conference, with ICLEI (Bonn, 28 May)
Expert meeting on adaptation platforms and EIONET workshop (Copenhagen, 23/24 June)
Information systems
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Climate-ADAPT continuously being updated
EIONET review
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Roles and tasks for NRCs clarified
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Objectives
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EIONET
workshop
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Update of work by EEA, European Commission, international
organizations and member countries
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Parallel group discussions (background papers and guiding questions
available)
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Indicators for monitoring and evaluation of adaptation at national level
National, sectoral and transnational vulnerability and risk assessments
Eionet evaluation survey (at/after the workshop)
http://forum.eionet.europa.eu/nrc-climate-changeadaptation/library/workshops-meetings/2014-eionet-workshop-climatechange-impacts-vulnerability-and-adaptation/eionet-survey
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