ARTYKUŁY INFORMACYJNE Rola instytutów badawczych we wsparciu działań adaptacyjnych do zmian klimatu

Wojciech Granoszewski, Agnieszka Kowalczyk, Izabela Ploch, Jacek Rubinkiewicz, Grzegorz Uścinowicz, Małgorzata Woźnicka, Małgorzata Kępińska-Kasprzak, Danuta Limanówka, Radosław Doktor, Piotr Struzik, Anna Dubel, Krzysztof Skotak, Małgorzata Hajto, Jerzy Kozyra, Rafał Pudełko, Katarzyna Żyłowska, Anna Jędrejek, Artur Łopatka, Jan Jadczyszyn, Anna Nieróbca, Andrzej Doroszewski, Marta Barszczewska


The actions of research institutes to support adaptation to climate change.
A b s t r a c t. Acrucial part of every adaptation planning and disaster risk reduction is estimation of vulnerable areas and risk in the future. Only a well-developed monitoring system could bring valuable information to create possible scenarios to set up adaptation plans. Monitoring systems of meteorological conditions, surface water, groundwater, landslides, seacoast, agricultural drought as well as their standards and methodologies, are crucial for establishing an effective warning system of every country, and thus are the subject of research conducted by national institutes. Therefore, the conditions of this national research (getting trained staff, equipment etc.) is essential to provide reliable information for a national adaptation plan and for economic assessment of climate change impacts. Poland has significant experiences in monitoring systems, data collecting and visualizing, as well as in the development of scenarios and risk maps. Methodologies and capacity building, necessary for their use, along with experiences and lessons, learned to get valuable information for disaster risk reduction, were presented by the authors from the research during the 24th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 24) in Katowice (December 2018). The presentation contributed to the global adaptation process through experience sharing that is important for the relevant research conducted in the least developed countries.

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