1-2D-10 Innova (cofin) (KB-34-008-015)

Project: EZproject

Project Details

Description

INNOVA combines social and economic, and technological and non-technological innovation and the development of technological and performance assessment for risk management and extreme risk response options. It intends to foster adaptive innovation while monitoring the performance, effectiveness and scalability of the INNOVA approaches, including post-implementation requirements and operational and organizational/governance needs. The project contributes to understanding the key role of climate services development models and performance monitoring, in enhancing innovation, uptake and replicability of climate services.

INNOVA is designed to build on proven innovation frameworks, called innovation hubs, connected across the project and to the wider world (Mediterranean, North European and islands; urban and peri-urban areas) through the various networks in which the hub-partners are involved. Hubs vary between the phase of early adaptation to climate change (Nijmegen) until starting to think about climate adaptation (Guadeloupe).

WENR owns the Nijmegen innovation hub. Waalsprong and Mirror Waal, projects highly adapted to climate change, are studied as to serve as a Dutch showcase in the project.

 

 

StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/01/1931/12/20

Research Output

  • 6 Web publication/site
  • 1 Pamphlet

INNOVA Ezine5 – Taiwan megacity Kaohsiung: how to beat extreme climate events in a tropical metropole

Timmermans, W., de Jong, F., Wei, K-H., Chen, Y-T., Huang, S-J., Huang-Lachmann, J-T., de Bruijn, D. & Harsema, H., Feb 2020

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/siteProfessional

Open Access

INNOVA Ezine6 – Beyond Kiel Bay: beach wrack and seagrass in an international and circular economy context

Timmermans, W., de Jong, F., Hofmann, J. E., Organo Quintana, C., Lange, T., Steinfurth, R., Wendländer, N. S., Roch, J. & Sterr, H., 18 May 2020

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/siteProfessional

Open Access
  • INNOVA Ezine4 – Experimenting to reducing the French West-Indies islands’ vulnerability to global change

    Timmermans, W., de Jong, F., Collard, M., Ozier-Lafontaine, H., Stattner, E. & Cellier, L., 23 Apr 2019

    Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/siteProfessional

    Open Access