Building a safe haven
to cope with climate extremes

Building a safe haven to cope with climate extremes

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About The HuT

In Europe, in the last 40 years, extreme climate events have caused economic losses amounting to an estimated EUR 446 billion, 81% of the total losses caused by natural hazards (source: EEA). Finding effective strategies to manage the risks associated with extreme climate events is imperative.

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Investigated climate extremes

TheHuT involves 10 areas around Europe where new ways to limit/manage risks associated to climate change will be tested. A set of ten demonstrators will constitute a multi-hazard arena. Representatives of the scientific and technical communities, practitioners such as climate experts, policy-makers and local communities across Europe will play a key role in this mission.

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Upcoming events

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June 12, 2024

3rd International Conference – Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World

Addressing Compound and Multi-Hazard Risk

September 4, 2024

Ars Electronica 2024

Save the date for the Ars Electronica Festival

Latest updates

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Project Update / April 10, 2024

DEM 5 – Citizen engagement in Gl├╝ckstadt

A success case study of citizen engagement from Gl├╝ckstadt, Germany

News release / March 19, 2024

The European Commission equips the society for greater climate resilience

The HuT project commits to provide tools for grater climate resilience

Newsletter / March 14, 2024

First newsletter of The HuT project

Read the first The HuT's newsletter to find out the latest activities of the project!