Presentation on theme: "CLUVA Introduction to workshop in Munich April 22-28 Stephan Pauleit, TUM Munich, 23-04-2012."— Presentation transcript:
CLUVA Introduction to workshop in Munich April 22-28 Stephan Pauleit, TUM Munich, 23-04-2012
Major expected results of CLUVA project Up-to-date sub-regional climate models( WP1) Methodology and tools for multiple vulnerabilities assessment of African cities (WP2) –Models validated with 5 urban systems –Risk assessment and mapping Innovative urban planning based approaches to climate risks mitigation in Africa urban areas (WP3) Improved African R&D capacity in the related field (WP4) –R&D rooted in socio-economic fabric of the country Improved quality of policy decision making and foresight knowledge production (WP5)
CLUVA objectives related to WP2 Assessment of the multiple vulnerabilities of African cities, emphasis on: –Built & critical infrastructure (Task 2.1) –Urban ecosystems & green infrastructure (Task2.2) –Exposed population (Task 2.3) Integration of multiple risks into framework for a multirisk assessment (Task 2.4)
UMT as integrative tool in the CLUVA project T3.3 Adaptation strategies Spatial Governance T3.2 Land use indicators T2.2 Urban morphology types T2.2 Green structureT2.1 Built vuln. & lifelines T2.3 Social vulnerabiliry T1.3 Hazards Assessment of current & future states
Objectives of Task 2.2 1. Characterising (a) Reminder of overall objectives 1.Characterising the city and its green infrastructure (what and where) 2.Assessing provisioning and regulating ecosystem services, current & future 3.Green infrastructure planning 2. Assessing Evidence Base 3. Applying to Planning Other WP2 tasks Other WPs Task 2.2
Objectives of the workshop To make progress in Task 2.2: –UMT mapping in the five case studies –Land cover assessment –Assessment of GI dynamics – past / future –Assessment of ecosystem services: regulating, provisioning –Development of indicators for vulnerability assessment of urban ecosystems as an input to Task 2.4 To make progress in developing the interfaces between Task 2.2 & Task 2.3 as well as with Task 3.2 To further joint understanding of the tasks ahead and knowledge exchange between researchers from all case studies & the European partners To develop a clear working programme for Task 2.2 in each case study: until Dar meeting in July & until end of project.
Task 2.2 Deliverables CodeTitleMPM D2.6 Database of existing international evidence 87 D2.7Green infrastructure maps1813 D2.8 GIS assessment of UES (current & Future) 3013 D2.9Recommendations3015 D2.10 Evaluation of the potential of urban ecosystem services 3324
Workshop programme Day 1: Status of Task 2.2 in case studies & PhDs Day 2: –Land cover assessment & analysis –UMT as integrative tool – link to GI planning & Task 2.3 Day 3: –Ecosystem services –Urban modelling Day 4: –GI dynamics –Indicators Day 5: –Urban Planning –Programming
Principles for the workshop It is a WORKshop! PhD students/ main researchers are the key players Fexibility – adapt to emerging needs Result in clear programme/ action points
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