|The BINGO project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under the Grant Agreement number 641739.|
Enjoy the project videos, which include testimonials from end users of each BINGO research site.
Message from EU Research Commissioner Carlos Moedas to the BINGO project on at the kick off meeting.
Video describing the Tagus River research site (Portugal) and the Portuguese end users engaged in BINGO.
Testimonials from Portugal: perceptions of climate change by key end users.
Testimonials from Spain: climate change risks perceptions by key water end users of Badalona city.
Testimonials from key end users collected at first BINGO workshop of the Bergen Research Site.
Testimonials from Cyprus: Stakeholder perspectives on climate change
Testimonials from key end users collected at BINGO workshop held at Wupperverband in Barmen on 19 February 2016.
Testimonials from key end users collected at BINGO workshop held at Radio Kootwijk on 3 March 2016.
The H2020 Project BINGO
BINGO researchers reflect on the first year of the project, in Bergen, 9 June 2016.
Paul Fleming reflects on the H2020 project achievements.
BINGO researchers explain to Euronews how the apparent safety of water supply might be affected by climate change.
Takeaway: Is Europe's Climate Changing?
Listen to the BINGO podcasts and learn more about how Europe is adapting to climate change.
Beniamino Russo and Montse Martinez do an interview about the BINGO project for Radio Badalona. The interview is in Catalan. Hear it out!
Beniamino Russo and Montse Martinez from Aquatec were invited to attend an interview from Radio Badalona on behalf of Badalona City Council as participants of the BINGO project. The interview was framed in the radio program Badalona matí (Badalona morning show), more here.
The main focus of the interview was related to BINGO project, the following questions were made by the radio announcer:
This question was made because the Flumen Institute at The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC) recently published a thesis from Eduardo Martínez (Beniamino Russo is one of its directors) where Badalona was used as a case-study to simulate the effects of flooding in some streets of the city, mainly regarding impacts on people and vehicles.
Both Beniamino and Montse Martinez answered with all the details regarding the BINGO project: its objectives, the impacts and risks considered for Badalona case study (flooding and CSOs impacts on beaches), that the adaptation measures are currently being defined and that the costs related to them will be also analysed within the scope of the project. It was also remarked that the WWTP is not responsible for the rubbish accumulation in the seabed, that it mainly comes from CSOs during heavy storm events and that the harbor will be considered as a boundary condition in the marine model used in the project. Finally, it was also remarked that the Badalona city council is not just aware of the results of BINGO project but that they are also an active partner in it!