European cities adapt to climate change – learning from cities for cities

First “Open European Day”
and “EU Cities Adapt” final conference at Resilient Cities
Gustav-Stresemann-Institute Bonn 3 June 2013 10.00-17.15 hrs

  • Is your city struggling with getting adaptation to climate change in place or even getting started at all?
  • Are you in the middle of an adaptation development or implementation process looking for support on operational challenges?
  • Scientific information and theoretical ideas might overwhelm you. Maybe you seek some real life experience on how you can use this knowledge for practical solutions?
  • Have you found your solutions and want to share these with others in need? Maybe you can learn from less advanced cities?

Then, the Bonn Resilient Cities ‘Open European Day’ might be your opportunity to share your experience, learn from others and discuss solutions.

This first “Open European Day” is dedicated to capacity building for urban stakeholders and focusses on city to city learning. It benefits from the world-wide exchange between climate change and resilience scientists and regional and local governments at the Bonn Resilient Cities conference 31 May – 2 June. Participants will not only learn from good examples, but are encouraged to share their challenges and find solutions by exchanging with colleagues and by targeted input by experts on urban practice and applied resilience science.

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