- Datum: 3 december, 2018
- Tijd: 9:30 tot 17:00 hrs.
- Locatie: Paviljoen Deltares Delft
- Kosten: Gratis
The objective of this workshop is twofold:
- To present and exchange experiences on model-based methods and their models for coping with deep uncertainties in long-term planning and policy development for water management, transport and traffic, and pollution and air quality and
- To discuss the use and potential improvements and linkages of these concepts and methods for planning and policy making in these policy domains.
|09:30 – 10:00||Registration and coffee|
|10:00 -12:00||Plenary session
|12:00 – 14:00||Market & Lunch
On a lively market place people are invited to present their concepts and methods, demonstrate their tools and present their case studies; combined with a lunch buffet
|14:00 – 15:30||Working sessions
Using models for climate change adaptation policies
Climate adaptation policies need to rely on information about the future state of the climate and socio-economic configuration of the area of interest. In many practices this information is directly or indirectly derived from model projections: IPCC endorsed climate projections, regional downscaling models, hydrological impact models, physical schematisations of infrastructure etc.
How to embrace uncertainties in transport policy making?
Debating on how to embrace uncertainties to facilitate and improve policy making based on 3 presentations:
|15:30 – 16:15||Wrap – up session
Form: Panel discussion lead by facilitator (Gert-Jan de Maagd)
|16:15 – 17:00||Drinks|
- Decision making under deep uncertainty; theoretical background; Warren Walker (TUD)
- Policy making under uncertainty; Jos van Alphen (Office of the Delta Commissioner)
- Using models in dealing with uncertainties; Detlef van Vuuren (UUUniversiteit Utrecht/PBLPlanbureau voor de Leefomgeving)
- Advising policy makers on mobility policies; Erik Verroen (RWS)
Working session Using models for climate change adaptation policies.
- The evolving complexity of climate models; Bart van den Hurk (KNMI)
- Delta programme on Fresh Water ; Neeltje Kielen (RWS)
Working session How to embrace uncertainties in transport policy making?
- Early warnings : Which uncertainties are arising an should we take into account?; Ming Chen (TNO)
- Using scenarios: How to handle combinations of uncertainties and working with scenarios?; Daniëlle Snellen (PBL)
- Adaptive policy making: Optimizing policy making using scenarios to benefit from uncertainty; Gigi van Rhee (Stratelligence)