CLIMATE CHANGE RISKS AND ADAPTATION
By analyzing impacts, we are able to determine the extent of the flooding, erosion and other threats (such as winds or droughts) that climate change is expected to produce.
By characterizing the exposure and vulnerability of the populations and areas affected by previous impacts, we can quantify the expected damages and calculate the risk.
Thanks to specific studies of each case, we are able to develop a portfolio of measures that can be used to adapt as efficiently as possible, increasing the resilience of the affected societies.
Flooding study with probabilistic analysis
Erosion study with probabilistic analysis
Characterization of the exposure
Development of resilient solutions
Analysis of the consequences of climate change on coastal ecosystems
Analysis of risk due to climate change
Climate Change in the Spanish Coast (C3E)
The C3E project viewer integrates the results of the “Climate Change on the Spanish Coast” project that was carried out from 2009 to 2012 for the Spanish Office of Climate Change of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
development of the disaster risk profile for paraguay
One of the most relevant challenges for floating offshore wind is the development of platforms with low operating costs that can be outfitted and/or maintained in conventional ports. This entails the use of low-maintenance materials such as concrete, which has a proven durability in marine environments.
ÍÑIGO J. LOSADA
Researcher || Senior Expert in Climate Change and Adaptation
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