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Call for ideas: Climate Adaptation @ PoliTO

Through this Call for Ideas, the Politecnico di Torino is reaching out to its community with the aim of implementing climate adaptation actions for its campuses and the community itself. In addition to the mitigation actions already undertaken as part of its decarbonization pathway, it considers it crucial to identify and adopt, as soon as possible, measures for climate adaptation to be applied to its campuses. The effects of climate change are already visible and it is important to anticipate actions that improve and strengthen resilience and the ability to adapt to climate-related risks and natural disasters, as highlighted by target 13.1 of the 2030 Agenda.

The call promotes the collection of ideas from the Politecnico community to address the risks and the changes posed by the climate crisis in our context (e.g. droughts, floods, extreme precipitation, heatwaves, worsened comfort, etc.).

Click here to download the "Participation rules"

Click here to download the "Annex A - Proposal form" provided for your Submission

Call Topic: creative, innovative, and effective adaptation ideas for university campuses to address risks and changes posed by the climate crisis in our context (e.g. Droughts, floods, extreme precipitation, heatwaves, worsened comfort, etc.).

Who can participate: the entire community of the Politecnico di Torino: students, faculty, research personnel, technical-administrative staff, and librarians.

How to participate: by filling out the online form: 'I Have an Idea for Climate Adaptation @PoliTO'

Submission deadline: 15 January 2024

Climate adaptation Poster session

 At the Politecnico di Torino, numerous researches are conducted on adaptation topics.

For the launch event of the call on 13 October 2023, a poster session was organized where it was possible to view the richness and transversality of the University's studies on this topic.

A collection of the posters is available by selecting the button below (access with university credentials)."