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2018, 24th September

CLARA Stakeholder meeting on climate services

The last CLARA local users and stakeholders panel meeting took place on 13th September at the University of Bologna and involved 23 participants from academia, land reclamation boards, local and regional administrations, energy, waste and water utilities and engineering studios. The morning has been devoted to present the advances and user interfaces of four services under development:

1) The WRI (Water resources for irrigation) system developed by Arpae in collaboration with the Burana Land Reclamation Board, which presented a series of comparisons between the forecasts provided by the WRI and the water withdrawals detected in various irrigated subsectors;

2) The Irriclime and SmartHydro services, proposed by Gecosistema and tested in the territory of Romagna Land Reclamation Board and Colombia respectively;

3) the Clime service, a tailored tool to analyse observed and simulated climate data implemented by CMCC.

In addition to CLARA related content, part of the meeting has been devoted to present the main elements of the recently approved Mitigation and Adaptation Strategy of the region Emilia-Romagna and to the new Euro-Brazilian project SWAMP, which focused on innovation for irrigation.

 

For additional information please contact Silvia Santato: silvia.santato@cmcc.it. 

2018, 24th September

CLARA Stakeholder meeting on climate services

 

The last CLARA local users and stakeholders panel meeting took place on 13th September at the University of Bologna and involved 23 participants from academia, land reclamation boards, local and regional administrations, energy, waste and water utilities and engineering studios. The morning has been devoted to present the advances and user interfaces of four services under development:

1) The WRI (Water resources for irrigation) system developed by Arpae in collaboration with the Burana Land Reclamation Board, which presented a series of comparisons between the forecasts provided by the WRI and the water withdrawals detected in various irrigated subsectors;

2) The Irriclime and SmartHydro services, proposed by Gecosistema and tested in the territory of Romagna Land Reclamation Board and Colombia respectively;

3) the Clime service, a tailored tool to analyse observed and simulated climate data implemented by CMCC.

In addition to CLARA related content, part of the meeting has been devoted to present the main elements of the recently approved Mitigation and Adaptation Strategy of the region Emilia-Romagna and to the new Euro-Brazilian project SWAMP, which focused on innovation for irrigation.

 

For additional information please contact Silvia Santato: silvia.santato@cmcc.it.