Technical Committee on Climate Change Adaptation


Aims and Scope

The IAHR Technical Committee on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) aims at coordinating initiatives in IAHR dealing with the study of the impact of climate change on the the hydro-environment and monitoring adaptation measures being taken in the water engineering sector, both of the structural and non structural type

It works in collaboration with other interested Technical Committees of IAHR especially with the Water Resources Management Committee .

Leadership Team 
 
Chair
Chair   
Prof. Roberto Ranzi
Dept. Civil, Environmental, Architectural, Engineering and Mathematics
University of Brescia
Italy




Secretary

Vice chair  
Dr. Guinevere Nalder
The Open Polytechnic of 
New Zealand




Members


Programme Officer

  • Derek Cai, derek.cai@iahr.org

Latest Activities & Document Library

  • Contribution to a book chapter in the book "Sustainable Water Resources Planning and Management Under Climate Change". The editors of the book are members of the Water Resources Committee and the Working Group on Climate Change Click here
  • Submission of an overview paper about Climate Change and Water Engineering to International Journal of River Basin Management (under revision) JRBM website
  • Special session at the Hydroinformatics Conference in Palermo, 1-6 June 2018. S16. Time series analysis for climate change detection. Covener: Roberto Ranzi Congress website
  • Working Group Meeting during the  Hydroinformatics Conference in Palermo, 1-6 June 2018 Congress website
  • Meeting at the 36th IAHR World Congress, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2015
  • Article: "The contribution of IAHR's communities of water management and Climate Change Towards the SDG's" published in Hydrolink 3 2017 Special Issue on SDGs Download article
  • Minutes Meeting September 2014, Vietnam Download minutes
  • WGCC document short summary of recommendations for policymakers Download document
  • Article: "Summary of recommendations for policymakers on adaptation to climate change in Water Engineering" published in Hydrolink 3 2015 Download article