SCORE: Smart Control of the Climate Resilience of European Coastal Cities, a four-year, 10-million European Commission – Horizon 2020 project, turns one year old.
With that, the SCORE project held a consortium meeting last June 28-30 in Sligo, Ireland. Hosted by Atlantic Technological University, the consortium meeting was attended by 28 partners from 12 countries. After one year, the project partners have convened and celebrated the completed milestones and activities. Also, project partners have further discussed the plans for the next year.
IHS, along with NAIDER, ENOLL, and ERINN, is working on the coastal city living labs design, implementation, and evaluation. SCORE is participated in by 10 coastal city living labs in 7 European countries. Further, IHS also contributes to the socio-economic assessment methods for ecosystem-based adaptation (EBA) and other strategies. Primarily, IHS will support the participatory assessment of EBAs.
From IHS, involved staff are Elena Marie Enseñado, Laura Quadros Aniche, Charmae Pyl Nercua-Wissink, Francesca Vanelli, Indriany Lionggo, and Elina Makousiari. Also, our research interns Janneke Den Dekker-Arlain, Lukas Kammerer, and Maria Anastasopoulou have provided valuable support in IHS activities.