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Climate Change & Water

Les abstracts

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Complementary activities

The Loire Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since the year 2000 as a Living Cultural Landscape, thereby recognizing its high diversity of natural habitats and its exceptional heritage.

Come and discover the gentle Touraine, the castles, the gardens, the vineyards and the wild Loire river.

Gala Dinner at « La Cave » in Monlouis-sur-Loire

Tuesday 6th, February

The Loire river crosses areas lined with cliffs made of Tuffeau, offering a striking visual effect. Entirely dug in the tufa, La Cave was used to ripen the estate wine.

Come discover the atypical setting of a troglodyte place whose authenticity has been preserved.

More information on www.restaurant-la-cave.com

The excursion to Amboise Royal Castle

Wednesday 7th, February

Take a tour of the Chateau Royal d'Amboise, on the banks of the Loire.

Château royal d'Amboise. vue générale rempart Nord © L. de Serres.
Photo credit : www.chateau-amboise.com

Departure at 14h in front of the Vinci Congress Center. Return expected around 17:30.

A place of residence for French kings from the 15th to the 19th centuries, its destiny is inextricably linked to the history of France. Numerous literary figures and artists were invited here, like Leonardo da Vinci whose tomb is preserved at the château.

This royal château is thus the expression of French-style luxury.

From its balconies, its roofs and its terraced gardens, visitors can enjoy the Loire landscapeand feel like a French king at his time.

More information on www.chateau-amboise.com


More information about the topics and program of CCW2018 : here

All the abstracts in pdf version : here

Pisctures of CCW 2018 : here

Full program

Download the full program of the 3 days using the link below (PDF):

  • The location, schedules and speakers of the different sessions for each day
  • List of posters that will be displayed during the event

Face-to-face meetings

Take the time to interact with other participants, including the authors of communications. After registration, you can request an appointment with the authors using the app (from January 2018).

Overview of the program


ECRA - “Strengthening Climate Research in Europe”

The European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) is an association of 23 European research institutions from 10 countries. Its overall objective is to strengthen, expand and optimize EU climate research capabilities to advance the understanding of climate variability, predictability and change. ECRA embodies four dedicated collaborative programs to shape emerging research topics in a bottom-up approach, to provide a knowledge base for future mitigation and adaptation measures.

The Climate Change and WATER conference welcomes ECRA as a partner of the event. ECRA’s Collaborative Programs “High Impact Events” and “Changes in the Hydrological Cycle” will co-organize a side event, comprised of keynote presentations and a panel discussion on “Societal challenges related to climate change impacts on the hydrological cycle - risk analysis, vulnerability and adaptation”. This ECRA side event aims to bring together different target audiences including researchers, policymakers and data users providing input to the current discussion about designing ‘climate services’. It will address the following questions: i) How can we inform users about the quality and uncertainties of projections? ii) How can we incorporate the human dimension more explicitly? iii) How can/should the model results be effectively applied and interpreted for an improved management of water resources, adaptation/mitigation or sustainable water security?

The session will be followed by a welcome cocktail offered by ECRA at the city hall.

More information : http://www.ecra-climate.eu/