The BINGO project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under the Grant Agreement number 641739.
  • BINGO at Adaptation Futures 2016 | 4th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference
    Moving towards tailored climate services in the Water Sector
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands 10-13 May 2016
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  • BINGO
    at European Geosciences Union
    General Assembly 2016
    Servicing Water Users by forecasting, outlooks and climate projections for water services
    17-22 April 2016 - Vienna
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  • Engagement of
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    in the project solutions
  • Project funded by Horizon2020
    Bringing Innovation to Ongoing Water Management
    a better future under climate change
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About BINGO

 

The Horizon 2020 project BINGO: Bringing INnovation to onGOing water management - a better future under climate change (2015-2019) aims at providing practical knowledge and tools to end users, water managers, decision and policy makers affected by climate change to enable them to better cope with all climate projections, including droughts and floods.

Led by Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC, Portugal), the project involves 20 European Partners from six countries, including research and innovation centres, water authorities, water users and companies.

BINGO will provide demand-driven solutions for specific climate related challenges, in particular for highly vulnerable water resources of strategic importance. It will address average and extreme conditions of climate change scenarios in six areas across Europe: Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway.

The key outcomes of BINGO include:

  • Improved and downscaled climate predictions and projections of climate variables;
  • Integrated analysis of the impacts of climate change scenarios on the water cycle;
  • Improved dialogue between different actors, including decision makers;
  • Increased public awareness of the effects of climate change on floods and droughts;
  • More efficient management of water resources in Europe.

 

Message from EU Commissioner Carlos Moedas to the Horizon 2020 climate action project BINGO

BINGO Research Sites

BINGO is built around six research sites that represent different challenges in terms of water management options and approaches. Click on each site to read their description and to see testimonial videos.

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BINGO SOLUTIONS

BINGO will deliver ambitious solutions with a high innovation potential.

Global climate modelling and downscaling of climate variables

Integrated water cycle analysis and modelling the impacts of extreme events

Risk management strategies for near-term climate change including extreme weather

From science to society: multisectorial approach and international perspective

BINGO Partners

  

The BINGO project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under the Grant Agreement number 641739.

 

The project is coordinated at European level by Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC, Portugal).

 

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