SCORE Climate Adaptation training school – Second edition

Save the date! The SCORE project is launching the second edition of its SCORE Climate Adaptation training school. Several activities will take place online and in all our Coastal City Living Labs. Programme 20 March 2024, 11:00 – 12:30 (CET) | Online lecture on Community-Based Coastal Monitoring 21 March 2024, 12:00 – 17:00 (CET) &…

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Join the Clean Coasts Roadshow in County Sligo, Ireland

Join our partner ATU Sligo for the Clean Coasts Roadshow, organised with Sligo County Councilā€™s Community Climate Action Fund (Ireland), on Saturday, 20 January 2024, from 11am to 1pm. This event aims to highlight funding opportunities for communities, integrate Nature-based solutions for climate resilience, and showcase coastal projects currently taking place in the region. The…

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Ecosystem-based adaptation to address climate-related challenges in coastal cities and regions

SCORE has facilitated multiple criteria analysis workshops in all its Coastal City Living Labs to assess Ecosystem-based adaptation solutions. Climate change adaptation solutions vary ā€“ from hard engineering solutions, such as dikes and embankments, to ecosystem-based adaptation (EBAs), such as retention ponds and rainwater gardens, or a combination of these. Through the years, interest in…

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Identification and prioritisation of Ecosystem-based Approaches in CCLLs

During the second year of SCORE, the Coastal City Living Labs (CCLLs) have started to explore the concepts of co-creation and co-design and apply illustrative tools and methods (see the SCORE co-creation toolkit). Four frontrunner CCLLs have identified and assessed ecosystem-based adaptation (EBA) strategies using a multiple criteria analysis (MCA), a tool used for prioritizing…

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Empowering communities thanks to the first SCORE Training School

The first edition of the SCORE Climate Adaptation Training school took place on 6-8 June 2023 during the EU Green Week. The first SCORE Climate Adaptation Training school The SCORE Climate Adaptation Training school is open to the general public with a focus on local communities. It aims to empower communities with knowledge and practical…

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Call for case studies: Living Labs tackling climate change and ocean literacy

Share your real-world experience with other professionals through key learnings and business solutions presented in a case study at the SCORE event during Open Living Lab Days 2023. We’re looking for Living Labs tackling climate change and ocean literacy. Call for case studies: Lessons learned from the Living labs established to tackle Climate Change and…

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Terraces site visit with students in Piran

The ZRS SCORE team, leading the Piran Coastal City Living Lab, received an invitation by the Council of the Local Community of Piran (Svet Krajevna Skupnost Piran) to discuss and visit a plot of land. The municipality, which owns the plot of land, as agreed for the local community to develop an action plan. A…

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SCORE Climate Adaptation training school – First edition

The SCORE project is launching its 1st Climate Adaptation training school ā€“ a three-day event through which several activities will take place within the framework of the EU Green Week 2023! Programme Day 1 | June 6, 2023, 12:00 – 13:30 (CEST) | Online lecture on Climate Adaptation Day 2 | June 7, 2023, 12:00…

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High school students in Piran participate in a SCORE field data gathering

Recently, researchers of the SCORE partner ZRS Mediterranean Institute for Environmental Studies have interacted multiple times with the High School Piran (Gimnazija Piran) within the SCORE project. The purpose was to raise the studentsā€™ awareness about climate change-related issues and to engage them in pilot citizen science activities. SCORE field trip in Piran The history…

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How coastal cities became Living Labs: the SCORE experience

Coastal City Living Lab (CCLL) is a central concept SCORE utilises to address climate change adaptation and resilience issues. Our network of CCLLs spans 10 coastal cities Ā actively involving citizens, scientists, policy makers and other stakeholders to co-create, implement, test, and evaluate innovations in real-life situations. These CCLLs learn from each other through a mutual…

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