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The latest presentations from the LIFE Eau&Climat project

Page mise à jour le 24/07/2023

Over the last few months, the LIFE Eau&Climat project has been presented at the Natur'Adapt closing seminar, at HydroExpo and at Cerema's hydraulic modelling club.

The "congrés des Réserves naturelles de France" (France's natural reserves congress) and the "Forum des gestionnaires d'aires protégées" (protected areas managers forum), organised by the Office français de la biodiversité (French Office for Biodiversity) and Réserves naturelles de France (France's Natural Reserves), took place from 9 to 12 May in Nîmes (30). The event included the closing seminar for the LIFE Natur'Adapt project, at which the LIFE Eau&Climat project was presented on 11 May:

  • round-table discussions on "Main lessons learned from projects to adapt protected areas to climate change" by Anne-Paule Mettoux-Petchimoutou, project manager at OiEau.
  • in "Speed meetings feedback on adapting to climate change" workshops with Flore Tocquer, project manager at Météo-France, on DRIAS Eau, and Emilie Darne, coordinator of the Lignon du Velay SAGE at the EPAGE Loire Lignon, on the subject of the low-water monitoring network and the citizen observatory in the Lignon basin.
DRIAS Eau Natur'Adapt
Workshop led by Météo-France at the closing seminar of the LIFE Natur'Adapt project
EPAGE Loire Lignon Natur'Adapt
Workshop led by EPAGE Loire-Lignon at the closing seminar of the LIFE Natur'Adapt project


From 7 to 9 June, the second edition of HydroExpo, the exhibition for the maintenance and development of environments, sponsored by France Water Team, was held at the Maison des Lacs de Mesnil-Saint-Père at Lac d'Orient (10). On 8 June, Agnès Martin-Cocher, head of water and environment at Hydreos/France Water Team, spoke about the project from the perspective of "How to meet the needs of water managers in terms of local adaptation to climate change".

HydroExpo 2023
Entrance to HydroExpo 2023


On 29 June, Jean-Michel Soubeyroux, scientific deputy director at Météo-France, presented the DRIAS Eau portal at the annual meeting of Cerema's hydraulic modeling club in Saint Brieuc (22).