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INNOVA made a short animation film to illustrate how co-designed climate services are co-developed in Innovation in Climate Services Provision. We would like to showcase the co-design and co-production of climate services with concrete examples from our innovation hubs. The INNOVA film introduces the co-development...
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The French West Indies (Guadeloupe and Martini-que), as one of the INNOVA hubs, are representative for other Small Island States around the globe. Even though Small Island States are distinct in their geographical, biophysical, socio-economic and cultural characteristics, they share common challenges with respect to...
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Fresh water is a vital resource for human life – not just for drinking, but also for agriculture, washing and many other activities. Water is among the key natural resources that is going to suffer from the impact of climate change. Some of the main...
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Beach wrack is primarily made up of seagrass and algae that has come loose from where it grows offshore and has washed up along the beach. This is often seen as nuisance for coastal communities and beach tourists, not only at the German Baltic Sea,...
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The ERA4CS Call project INNOVA helps the society managing the impacts of climatic change and finding innovative climate risk management solutions, and extreme risk response options.

This project emphasis on cutting-edge climate services research by a combination of social and economic innovation.