The safety of population and urban assets along the rising seas are strained under forces of a changing climate. Nowadays, urban development demands a far wider set of disciplines to address sustainability in an integrated framework. The state of science and technology provides the means of adaptation, but what more does it take to translate the state-of-the-art scientific advancement to the safety and prosperity of citizens in this ever-changing context?
Professionals, scientists, decision makers and urban developers are invited to join this event on to learn from latest developments of the water sector in climate adaptation, and exchange ideas with a panel of leading experts and policy makers.
This online symposium on an integrated innovative approach for sustainable climate adaptation in a metropolis is organised by Tembusu, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Deltares, in conjunction with the Delft Software Days - Edition 2020 (DSD-INT 2020).
Highlighted software products are:
- Delft3D FM Suite, by Dr Sepehr Eslami
- Climate Resilient City Toolbox, by Dr ir Frans van de Ven
- Pathways Generator Tool, by Dr Marjolijn Haasnoot
Please sign in (top right corner) using your MyDeltares account.
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START OF THE SESSION
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