23 April 2018 - 25 April 2018
Salzburg, University of Salzburg
This inter- and transdisciplinary event has developed over the past two decades to become the most important national networking platform for Austrian climate scientists and policy makers. It features select scientific oral and poster sessions, practical workshops, and several social events for networking. IIASA researchers are involved in several roles, as organizers, session chairs, speakers, and representing projects financed through the Austrian Climate Research Program (ACRP).
Goal of the Austrian Climate day is to create an overview of current Austrian research activities regarding climate change, impact, adaptation, and prevention.
IIASA's contribution to the scientific program:
Last edited: 14 November 2018
19th Austrian Climate Day
Hanger-Kopp S, Bayer J, Surminski S, Nenciu C, Lorant A, Ionescu R, & Patt A (2017). Insurance, public assistance and household flood risk reduction: A comparative study of Austria, England and Romania. Risk Analysis DOI:10.1111/risa.12881.
Hochrainer-Stigler S & Hanger-Kopp S (2017). Subsidized Drought Insurance in Austria: Recent Reforms and Future Challenges. Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter 6 (4): 599-614.
Scolobig A, Riegler M, Preuner P, Linnerooth-Bayer J, Ottowitz D, Hoyer S, & Jochum B (2017). Warning System Options for Landslide Risk: A Case Study in Upper Austria. Resources 6 (3): p. 37. DOI:10.3390/resources6030037.
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