Discover the events project Harmonia is organising or involved in!
HARMONIA: strategy of an integrated resilience assessment platform (IRAP) with available tools and geospatial services
The session will be focused on the ways European projects and GEO initiatives targeting climate change in urban environment can form synergies. To do so, we plan for a round table gathering various stakeholders, from the end-users (municipalities) to European projects to GEO initiatives and the facilitators putting municipalities in contact with EO tools.
In co-organisation with Τhe Department of History, Ionian University, Corfu Island Greece.
PLACE: Polytechnic of Milan, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies
TRACK: track 04 – Institutions politics and policies between crisis and transitions
TITLE: Cross-domain collaboration in defining shared adaptation strategies: the composition of HARMONIA’s consortium and the identification of expertise requirements
AUTHORS: Prof. Dr. Julia Nerantzia Tzortzi, Maria Stella Lux, Giovanni Barbotti
AFFILIATION: Politecnico di Milano, DABC
TITLE: Harmonia Project: Pluralist engagement to enhance cities’ Climate Change preparedness
AUTHORS: Dr. Pietro Elisei1, Duivon Laurine2, Barsukova Yulia2
AFFILIATION: 1URBASOFIA/ ISOCARP, 2URBASOFIA
TITLE: Taking advantage of H2020 HARMONIA project to push forward Milan municipality’s Climate Change adaptation program
AUTHORS: Piero Pelizzaro, Silvia Rossi, Sofia Grecolucchina
AFFILIATION: Comune di Milano
FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE IN URBAN ENVIRONMENT: A MULTI-SCALAR ENDEAVOR
Harmonia’s workshop will focus on shedding light on the various administrative levels that contribute to tackling Climate Change within the project, from the pilot cities to the national and European levels. The aim of this workshop is to connect the urban and Earth Observation (EO) communities as well as increase awareness in regards to EO-based solutions tackling climate change in an urban environment.
This workshop includes a round table gathering:
HARMONIA was presented by Julia Nerantzia Tzortzi (Politecnico di Milano) in front of 200 participants during the third day of the GEO Week, in the side event: Showcasing the EuroGEO Regional Initiative. The HARMONIA project was presented as a Support System for Improved Resilience and Sustainable Urban areas to cope with Climate Change and Extreme Events based on GEOSS. The project team looked in particular at the challenges to be addressed, the project´s priorities and its needs for data.
Other participants to the event included: Dimitris Bliziotis MSc., MEng. presenting eiffel4climate project, Mikko Strahlendorff presenting Arctic PASSION project, Claudio Rossi presenting SAFERS project and Lieven Raes presenting ComPair Project.Visit website
Project coordinator Julia Nerantzia Tzortzi (Politecnico di Milano) also presented HARMONIA in the SCOUT workshop on urban planning in a changing climate, in the session called Best practice example from a H2020- funded project. The presentation focused on the achievements and technology of the HARMONIA platform.Visit website
On Friday 19 November, our partners from URBASOFIA participated in the Conference: Participatory Design: city, environment and climate change, experiences, challenges & potentials, organized by participatory LAB and Commonspace Coop. Laurine Duivon, Yulia Barsukova, Pietro Elisei and Sabina Leopa (URBASOFIA) presented HARMONIA in the session Stakeholder engagement: Shaping vertical and horizontal governance frames to get real impact through locally rooted projects.Visit website
Virtual workshop on financial and legal issues, best practices in the Horizon Europe framework programme and developing a gender equality plan organized.
ORGANIZERS: Universitatea de Vest din Timișoara – Support TM Activități
AUTHOR OF THE PRESENTATION: Marian Neagul, Universitae de Vest din Timisoara (UVT)Visit website