The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change held a conference in Edmonton, Canada earlier this month to discuss recent findings and share insights on the topic of Cities and Climate Change. While cities currently host around half of the world’s population, this share is set to grow to around 64-69% by 2050. This makes cities both a challenge and an opportunity in light of increasing climate impacts and carbon emissions.
The agenda includes items in energy & climate and environment, food & drink and health and transport policy.
ENISA launches this call for participation to invite experts in security of different sections of the transport sector to participate in its expert group.
Started in January 2017, the EUMEDRAIL is an EU-funded project under the leadership of the Agency, to promote best practices, regulation and standards to the beneficiaries of the Southern Mediterranean Region including Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia and regions under Palestinian Authority.
The first work placement between two CIVITAS DESTINATIONS partners recently took place in Funchal, Madeira. From 20-22 February 2018 a representative from the University of Malta (UoM) visited the Regional Agency for Research, Technological Development and Innovation of Madeira (ARDITI).
The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit opened on March 5 with a discussion about who stands to win from competition and cooperation in satellite navigation. After a lively debate it was decided that, ultimately, the end user will be the winner in what one panellist described as ‘the Golden Age of GNSS.’
From 14-18 March 2018, the first edition of the InOut Conference on digital mobility will take place in Rennes (France). This international event will host experts and professionals from the digital and mobility sectors, as well as users.