The thematic sub cluster focused on risk prevention and disaster resilience has published a shared project proposal.

Information about the sub-cluster 2.2 – Muha, Adriseismic and TransCPEarlyWarning

Three sub-clusters compose the thematic cluster “Coastal and marine environment management”. The n. 2.2 is focused on risk prevention and disaster resilience. The aim of this sub cluster is to take advantage and share the experiences gained from the Adrion projects involved. The partners are Muha, Adriseismic and TransCPEarlyWarning.

The work of the sub cluster 2.2

The shared proposals, that you can find at this link, were written after a fruitful and engaging seven months period of collaboration, meetings, discussions and brainstorming among the three different projects of the cluster.

The proposal 1

The proposal 1 intends to create a protocol to process and extract information. This will allow the design of sustainable strategies in the long and in the short term for both prevention and emergency phases in the context of seismic risk reduction at urban scale.

The proposal 2

The concept of the proposal 2 is to build a structured “catalogue of impacts” of hazardous events on water supply systems in a perspective of a multi-hazard approach. All the actors involved in the water management will share these catalogues. The aim is to significantly increase the statistical basis necessary to soundly estimate the probability of occurrence of the impacts.

The proposal 3

The proposal 3 aims to improve the capacity of Civil Protection in dealing with natural and man-made risks by enhancing the Civil Protection Early Warning platform introducing ML / AI technologies and transfering the Best Practices from EU to IPA Countries Civil Protection.

The protection of the environment

All the three ideas contribute to the improvement of the environmental quality in the Adriatic-Ionian Region. The actions addressed in the proposals aim to

  • improve the early warning and related emergency management measures
  • adapt to the impact of climate actions