• 11 January 2022

Sea level survey invites stakeholder perspective


Profiling Sea Level Rise Needs & Knowledge Gaps

The Knowledge Hub on Sea Level Rise has launched a survey to identify sea level rise issues of interest to stakeholders.

At our upcoming workshops, each one dedicated to a European sea basin, we will discuss sea level rise issues with participants from the countries of that particular basin. The survey results will help to start each workshop and frame the discussions. They will also be incorporated in our Assessment Report on sea level rise drivers, impacts, and policy options across Europe.

The survey will take about 5 minutes of your time. It consists of a series of questions about sea level rise issues (magnitude, impacts, planning) in your area of influence (country/region). Finally, we ask you for some (anonymous) information about your work profile and your willingness to participate in these workshops.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us (jose.jimenez@upc.edu)

Thank you very much for taking the time to collaborate!

Michael Depuydt

Science Officer at JPI Climate


Related Articles

10 April 2024
Assessment Report to be announced at the UN Ocean Decade Conference 2024

The Ocean Decade Conference “Delivering the science we need for the ocean we want” taking place on 10-12 April 2024 as part of the Ocean Decade Week…

16 January 2024
Assessment Report Chapters now available for Review

In a significant stride towards supporting evidence-based sea level rise policy and decision making in Europe, the Sea Level Rise Knowledge Hub along with a…

14 November 2023
Knowledge Hub kicks off publication process of First Assessment Report

The Knowledge Hub on Sea Level Rise is pleased to announce that its First Assessment Report on Sea Level Rise in Europe will be published…