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LIFE Eau&Climat project presentations in September and October 2022

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In September and October 2022, the LIFE Eau&Climat project was presented at various events: EUROPE-INBO on 26 September, the national SAGE seminar on 4 October and at a CREMA Thursday on 6 October.

The 20th International Euro-INBO Conference organized by the Group of European Basin Authorities for the implementation of the European Water Directives was held from 26 to 29 September in Annecy. Sonia Siauve, project manager - innovation at OiEau and coordinator of the LIFE Eau&Climat project, presented the project on 26 September from the angle of adaptation at the sub-basin area level.

Sonia Siauve at EURO-INBO 2022
Sonia Siauve at EURO-INBO 2022

The 2022 edition of the national SAGE seminar, organized by the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion with the support of OiEau, took place from 3 to 5 October in Lille on the topic "The SAGE facing exceptional situations". Several partners of the LIFE Eau&Climat project had the opportunity to talk about the actions they were carrying out within the project, during two workshops on 4 October.

Workshop "Mobilising and raising awareness among local actors" with:

Workshop on "HMUC (Hydrology Environment Use Climate) studies" with:

Justine Thomas, Maxime Pantarotto and Cédric Treguer at the SAGE 2022 seminar
Justine Thomas, Maxime Pantarotto and Cédric Treguer at the SAGE 2022 seminar​​​​

Sonia Siauve led these two workshops and took the opportunity to announce other tools produced within the framework of the LIFE project, such as the guide on the mobilisation of stakeholders or the one on prospective studies of water availability and the use of climatic and hydrological data and models on a territorial scale.

On 6 October, ASTEE organised a webconference in the "Thursday of CREMA" series on the topic "Integrated water management in the context of climate change - Example of HMUC analyses". Sonia Siauve and Anne-Paule Mettoux Petchimoutou, in charge of studies and projects at OiEau, talked about the project with a focus on the HMUC studies carried out by several partners.