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1 TUESDAY, 10 MAY 2016 TUESDAY 10 MAY 2016 ROUND TABLES SCIENCE-PRACTICE SESSIONS Expo Lunch Sessions Sessions Reception and poster session RT 1 Delta Coalition RT 1 Delta Coalition: urbanising deltas in the frontline of change RT 2 Cities RT 2 Nature based-solutions in cities SCIENCE SESSIONS SC 1.1 Critical infrastructure SC 1.1 Critical infrastructure SC 2.4 Mitigation co-benefits SC 2.4 change with mitigation co-benefits in forests and woodlands SC 3.1 Drought: driver for fresh water conflict SC 3.1 Fresh water availability under drought conditions as a potential driver for water conflicts SC 3.2 Guidelines & methodologies SC 3.2 Fresh water availability and access: guidelines and methodologies SC 4.2 Heat : OECD SC 4.2 Adapting to heat in OECD countries SC 6.1 Enhancing SC 6.1 Measuring and enhancing SC 6.2 Floods experience & planning SC 6.2 Floods: Recent experience and long-term planning SC 7.1 Scenarios & SC 7.1 Scenarios, and in the Arctic SC 7.2 Understanding SC 7.2 Understanding in the Arctic SC 8.4 Impact indicators & models SC 8.4 Indicators and modelling of impacts and SC 8.5 Stakeholder needs SC 8.5 Stakeholder needs and SC 8.6 Knowledge: participation & co-production SC 8.6 Participatory processes and co-production of knowledge SC 8.10 Coastal SC 8.10 in coastal SC 8.12 guidance SC 8.12 guidance SC 9.5 Implementation challenges SC 9.5 Implementation challenges of SC 9.7 Policy-economic responses SC 9.7 The policy-economic aspects of responses SC 10.3 Loss & damage mechanism SC 10.3 Options and opportunities for the loss and damage mechanism: understanding the roles of risk, finance and justice PRACTICE SESSIONS PR 8.1 Regional PR 8.1 to change in the IJsselmeer region: creating the future by addressing the past PR 8.4 Risk & opportunities PR 8.4 Reducing risks and seizing opportunities: Lessons from the development and implementation of business strategies PR 8.7 Mainstreaming PR 8.7 Country experiences in mainstreaming into development planning: lesson learned from the Pilot Program for Resilience (PPCR) PR 9.2 Access to funding PR 9.2 Direct access to funding: five years of experience by pioneering organisations PR 9.8 Territorial development PR 9.8 Territorial development and to change SP 1.1 Mainstreaming SP 1.1 Mainstreaming SP 1.3 Highway infrastructure SP 1.3 of highway infrastructure to change in four Northern European countries connected with spatial planning and other modalities SP 2.1 resilient crops SP 2.1 Sowing diversity = harvesting security talented small scale farmers committed researchers working together to develop change resilient crops SP 2.2 The Sahel: food & livelihood SP 2.2 From islands of innovation to a sea of change: how can we sustainably build resilient livelihoods and food security in the Sahel at scale SP 5.2 Ecosystem-based approaches SP 5.2 Exploring the potential of ecosystem based approaches Ecosystem based (EbA) and Ecosystem based Disaster Risk Reduction (Eco-DRR) SP 6.1 Enhancing SP 6.1 Enhancing to changing extremes: Showcasing standard operating procedures for forecastbased action from three continents SP 6.3 Flood risk SP 6.3 How to promote towards resilient flood risk in Europe? Key recommendations from STAR-FLOOD in a practitioners perspective SP 8.1 Community based SP 8.1 Community based : Lessons, challenges and pathways SP 8.4 Droughts: three perspectives SP 8.4 Droughts from a social, economic and technical perspective SP 8.5 Action plans: cost & benefit SP 8.5 Developing action plans and assessing costs and benefits for prioritising, programming and financing in developing countries SP 8.9 potential of technologies SP 8.9 Exploring the potential of technologies SP 8.13 Policy pathways planning SP 8.13 Adaptive policy pathways planning: sharing techniques, tools and experiences across domains, jurisdictions and institutional settings SP 9.3 Ethics in SP 9.3 Towards more informed : considerations of ethics in stakeholder participation and decision-making SP 9.6 Local SP 9.6 Local change : barriers and enablers for mainstreaming and implementation SP 10.2 Liquid assets & SP 10.2 Liquid assets and futures

2 TUESDAY, 10 MAY 2016 TUESDAY, 10 MAY 2016 Exchange Hall / Shipping Hall Rotterdam Hall Oscar Townhall l li I II I II I II Van Oldenbarnevelt Mees Antwerp New York Tokyo Van Walsum Zaal Staal Beurs Lounge New Orleans Expo Lunch SP 8.13 SC 9.5 RT 1 PR 9.2 SC 6.1 SP 2.2 SC 1.1 SC 10.3 SC 3.1 SP 6.1 SP 6.3 SP 1.1 SC 8.12 SC 8.4 SP 8.4 PR 8.1 SC 7.1 SP 8.1 PR 8.7 SP 8.9 Policy pathways planning Implementation challenges Delta Coalition Access to funding Enhancing The Sahel: food & livelihood Critical infrastructure Loss & damage mechanism Drought: driver for fresh water conflict Enhancing SC 9.7 Policy-economic responses RT 2 Cities SP 9.6 Local SC 6.2 Floods experience & PR 9.8 Territorial development SP 1.3 Highway infrastructure SC 4.2 Heat : SC 3.2 Guidelines & methodologies SP 5.2 Ecosystembased SP 9.3 Ethics in SC 8.6 Knowledge: participation & SC 8.10 Coastal SP 10.2 Liquid assets & SP 2.1 resilient crops PR 8.4 Risk & opportunities SC 7.2 Understanding SP 8.5 Action plans: cost & benefit SC 8.5 Stakeholder needs SC 2.4 Mitigation co-benefits planning OECD approaches co-production Flood risk Mainstreaming guidance Impact indicators & models Droughts: three perspectives Regional Scenarios & Community based Mainstreaming potential of technologies Reception

3 WEDNESDAY 11 MAY Expo Sessions Lunch Sessions Sessions Reception and poster session Conference dinner (optional) ROUND TABLES RT 3 Business RT 3 Business for : challenges & opportunities RT 4 Poverty/inequality RT 4 Joining forces: tackling, alleviate poverty and inequalities RT 5 finance RT 5 The road from Paris: closing the finance gap in vulnerable developing countries SCIENCE SESSIONS SC 1.2 Decision support SC 1.2 Decision support SC 1.5 processes SC 1.5 processes SC 2.2 Smallholder farming SC 2.2 Rural livelihoods and small holder farming SC 2.6 Risk, vulnerability & SC 2.6 Risk, vulnerability and in change SC 2.7 Societal responses in agriculture SC 2.7 Societal responses to change in agriculture SC 2.8 Adapting cropping SC 2.8 Adapting cropping to a CO 2 rich atmosphere: opportunities and challenges for food and water security SC 2.10 Farming SC 2.10 Adapting farming to variability and change in Europe: the MACSUR experience SC 3.3 Measures to improve availability SC 3.3 Improving fresh water availability: measures under change SC 4.3 Heat : South Asia SC 4.3 Adapting to heat in South Asia SC 5.1 Ecosystem services SC 5.1 Ecosystem services for SC 6.3 Tools and approaches SC 6.3 Tools and approaches to assess disaster reduction strategies SC 6.5 Disaster risk preparedness SC 6.5 Disaster risk preparedness SC 6.7 Towards justice & SC 6.7 Megacity transitions: towards justice with SC 7.3 Narratives & discources SC 7.3 The role of narratives and discourses in shaping, adaptive capacity and mitigation to change: cases from the Arctic SC 8.11 Gender & SC 8.11 Gender and SC 8.13 Investment & business SC 8.13 Economics, investment and business SC 8.14 Role of PROVIA SC 8.14 The role of PROVIA: identifying key future challenges across scales SC 9.2 Power & agency issues SC 9.2 Power and agency issues in SC 9.3 Science-policy interfaces SC 9.3 Science and policy interfaces for SC 9.4 Governance challenges SC 9.4 Governance challenges of PRACTICE SESSIONS PR 1.1 Concepts urban deltas PR 1.1 Integral adaptive concepts applied in urban deltas PR 1.2 change innovation PR 1.2 change as an innovation driver PR 1.3 City strategies PR 1.3 City strategies to support safe, inclusive and smart development PR 1.4 Flood risk 2.0 PR 1.4 Managing flood risk 2.0 the green revolution PR 3.1 Green water utilities PR 3.1 Green water utilities PR 3.2 Implementing water PR 3.2 Implementing resilient water projects to increase adaptive capacities, food security & avoid conflict over resources: examples from Thailand, India, the Netherlands and Spain PR 8.2 Integrated risk PR 8.2 Integrated risk : community evidence as a catalyst for policies and investments PR 8.3 Beyond city government PR 8.3 Drawing on experts and implementors beyond city government: better inputs and outputs PR 8.5 Monitoring & reporting city PR 8.5 Advancing city monitoring, evaluation and reporting PR 8.8 Current evaluation practices PR 8.8 Monitoring, reporting and evaluating : current practice and looking ahead PR 8.9 Designing (sub) national PR 8.9 Managing change risks amidst uncertainty: designing development co-operation to support national and sub-national PR 9.3 Urban approaches PR 9.3 The best of both worlds: debating technical and participatory approaches for urban PR 9.5 Pathways to resiliency PR 9.5 Pathways to resiliency: a cocreation workshop with experts from Rotterdam and New York City PR 10.1 & SMEs PR 10.1 change and SMEs case studies from several parts of the world and different sectors PR 10.2 Accountants & PR 10.2 The emerging role of accountants in enabling organisational and to a changing PR 10.3 insurance & PPPs PR 10.3 Insights from inclusive insurance and applications for change : examples from public private partnerships and participatory index insurance design PR 10.4 Green fund PR 10.4 Women & finance PR 10.6 Private finance PR 10.6 finance for private sector PR 10.7 Business pitches PR 10.7 Business pitches SCIENCE-PRACTICE SESSIONS WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY 2016 SP 1.2 Resilient cities connect SP 1.2 Resilient cities connect: helping local implementation of the Sendai framework for disaster risk reduction SP 1.4 Risk in ports SP 1.4 risk and in ports SP 4.1 Health: early warning SP 4.1 Early warning in public health SP 4.2 Vulnerability & SP 4.2 Vulnerability and analysis as a tool for change planning in the health sector at national and local level SP 5.1 Wetlands & SP 5.1 Scaling up the role of wetlands in change SP 5.3 Ecosystem-based SP 5.3 Assessing ecosystem-based SP 6.4 Policy at scales SP 6.4 How to integrate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction policy and practice at different scales SP 7.1 Arctic research & industry SP 7.1 Connecting Arctic researchers and industry: a dialogue for societal benefit SP 8.12 risk information SP 8.12 risk information for development, disaster risk reduction, and conservation SP 8.2 Goals, targets & metrics SP 8.2 Goals, targets and metrics: new ideas for tracking success in cities, forests, water, finance, and national planning SP 8.3 pathways SP 8.3 Applying pathways practice for resilient and sustainable development SP 8.7 Risk & critical infrastructure SP 8.7 Resilient risk strategies for critical infrastructure within cities SP 8.8 services: user needs SP 8.8 User-oriented services: how can national meteorological and climatological data providers better meet practitioner needs? SP 9.2 Building flood SP 9.2 Building flood : an innovative partnership integrating science and practice SP 10.3 Adaptive value chains SP 10.3 Adaptive value chains: addressing the challenges of cross-sectoral SP 10.4 : innovation & opportunity SP 10.4 as an innovation and market opportunity

4 WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY 2016 WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY 2016 Exchange Hall / Shipping Hall Rotterdam Hall Oscar Townhall l li I II I II I II Van Oldenbarnevelt Mees Antwerp New York Tokyo Van Walsum Zaal Staal Beurs Lounge New Orleans SC 9.4 RT 3 PR 8.9 SC 6.3 SC 1.5 SP 5.1 SP 4.1 SC 3.3 SP 8.7 PR 1.1 PR 8.3 SP 8.3 SC 8.11 SC 2.2 SP 6.4 SC 7.3 SP 9.2 PR 8.8 SC 2.8 Expo Governance Business Designing Tools and Wetlands & Health: Measures Risk & critical urban deltas government pathways farming discources evaluation cropping Concepts Beyond city Gender & Smallholder Policy at Narratives & Building flood Current Adapting challenges (sub) national approaches processes early warning to improve availability infrastructure scales practices Lunch SC 6.5 SC 9.2 RT 4 PR 1.3 PR 10.6 SC 1.2 PR 1.2 SP 4.2 PR 3.1 SP 10.3 PR 10.4 SP 8.8 PR 10.7 PR 10.3 SC 2.7 SC 5.1 SP 7.1 SC 8.13 PR 8.5 SC 8.14 Disaster risk preparedness Power & agency issues Poverty/ inequality City strategies Private finance Decision support change innovation Vulnerability & Green water utilities Adaptive value chains Women & finance services: user needs Business pitches insurance & PPPs Societal responses in agriculture Ecosystem services Arctic research & industry Investment & business Monitoring & reporting city Role of PROVIA SP 5.3 Ecosystembased RT 5 Finance PR 9.3 Urban SP 10.4 : innovation & SC 2.6 Risk, vulnerability PR 1.4 Flood risk SC 4.3 Heat : PR 3.2 Implementing water PR 10.1 & PR 9.5 Pathways to resiliency SP 8.12 risk information SP 1.2 Resilient cities connect SC 6.7 Towards justice & SC 2.10 Farming PR 8.2 Integrated risk SP 1.4 Risk SC 9.3 Science-policy interfaces SP 8.2 Goals, targets & metrics PR 10.2 Accountants & approaches opportunity & 2.0 South Asia SMEs in ports Reception Conference dinner (optional)

5 THURSDAY, 12 MAY 2016 THURSDAY 12 MAY 2016 ROUND TABLES PRACTICE SESSIONS Expo Sessions Sessions Lunch Sessions RT 6 National Planning RT 6 National Planning RT 7 Forum RT 7 Forum SCIENCE SESSIONS SC 1.3 Regional perspectives SC 1.3 Regional perspectives on vulnerability and SC 1.4 Heat in the city SC 1.4 Heat in the city SC 1.6 Designing SC 1.6 Designing a resilient future SC 1.7 challenges cities SC 1.7 Devising solutions to challenges in cities SC 2.1 Modelling impacts SC 2.1 New methods in modelling change impacts and SC 2.3 Food production SC 2.3 Food production SC 2.5 Barriers & conflicts SC 2.5 Governance, barriers and conflict in change SC 2.9 Food system assessments SC 2.9 New change and food system assessments: coordinating global and regional scales SC 4.1 Health system SC 4.1 Limits to human health system SC 4.4 Infectious diseases risks SC 4.4 risks for infectious diseases SC 4.5 Health impacts & environment SC 4.5 Impacts on health in a changing environment SC 5.2 Ecosystem SC 5.2 Ecosystem for nature protection and SC 5.3 Ecosystem-based approaches SC 5.3 Implementing ecosystem-based approaches for SC 5.4 Ecosystem-based knowledge SC 5.4 Building the knowledge base for ecosystem based SC 5.5 Economic assessment SC 5.5 Economic assessment of SC 6.4 Planning change SC 6.4 Planning for change SC 6.6 Lessons Asia-Pacific region SC 6.6 Linking change, disaster risk reduction, and loss & damage: lessons toward resilient Asia-Pacific region SC 8.1 Risk & perception SC 8.1 Risk and risk perception SC 8.2 Vulnerability assessment SC 8.2 Vulnerability assessment SC 8.3 Multi-sector assessments SC 8.3 Multi-sector integrated assessments of impacts and SC 8.7 support tools SC 8.7 support tools SC 8.8 Pathways & mal SC 8.8 pathways and mal SC 8.9 Using information SC 8.9 Use and usability of information in planning SC 8.15 Tracking SC 8.15 Tracking to change for MRE SC 8.16 Planning next generation SC 8.16 Planning the next generation of research: how to coordinate, broker and amplifying large research consortia to achieve development impact SC 9.1 Water SC 9.1 Water and SC 9.6 goes global SC 9.6 goes global SC 9.8 New challenges SC 9.8 New challenges for : comparative perspectives on inclusive policy tools for multi-scalar risk SC 9.9 Planning & flood risk: US/NL SC 9.9 Exploring spatial planning as a means to deal with flood risks: comparing experiences in the face of institutional differences between the US and the Netherlands SC 9.10 Uncertain scientific evidence SC 9.10 Incorporating uncertain scientific evidence into real-world decision making: what are the missing links? SC 9.11 Economics of SC 9.11 Institutional economics of SC 9.12 Local cities SC 9.12 Local of in urbanising cities SC 9.13 Compare & evaluate case studies SC 9.13 Adapting scientific methodologies how to compare and evaluate case studies as well as integrate and upscale data and information? SC 10.2 Sectoral aspects SC 10.2 Sectoral perspectives on finance, investment and business PR 9.1 South Asian water PR 9.1 Water in peri-urban South Asia: impact of urbanisation and change PR 9.4 National plans PR 9.4 The NAP process: opportunities and challenges for resilient development PR 9.6 standards PR 9.6 Standards for of infrastructures to change PR 9.7 LEDS & mitigation PR 9.7 Synergies between and mitigation: integration of in LEDS in Latin America SCIENCE-PRACTICE SESSIONS SP 2.3 Adapting forest SP 2.3 Adapting forest for change: improving research-policy-practice partnerships SP 3.1 Droughts: methods for community SP 3.1 Experiences with practical tools and interactive methods to enhance community to droughts SP 3.2 services & water SP 3.2 Moving towards tailored services in the Water Sector SP 6.2 Risk transfer solutions SP 6.2 risk : Adapting to change and reducing disaster risks through integrated risk transfer solutions SP 6.5 Building with nature SP 6.5 Increasing through Building with Nature along tropical coasts SP 8.6 Evidence-based learning SP 8.6 Monitoring, evaluating, and scaling up : evidence-based learning SP 8.10 Adaptive delta SP 8.10 Delta approaches: adaptive delta and other support tools for improving of the world s deltas SP 8.11 Resilience of SP 8.11 Measuring of interventions and beyond SP 9.1 Risk SP 9.1 Resilient risk : Enhancing integration and adaptive capacity across scales SP 9.4 National & local agendas SP 9.4 Connections and disconnections between national and local agendas and aspirations for and development SP 9.5 OECD Principles on Water Governance SP 9.5 Implementing OECD Principles on Water Governance: building trust and engagement for and disaster risk reduction SP 9.7 Future challenges <> past SP 9.7 Indigenous change and transformations: adapting to future challenges by learning from the past SP 10.1 Pastoralism in drylands SP 10.1 Unlocking the potential of pastoralism: opportunities for and development in Africa s drylands

6 THURSDAY, 12 MAY 2016 THURSDAY, 12 MAY 2016 Exchange Hall / Shipping Hall Rotterdam Hall Oscar Townhall l li I II I II I II Van Oldenbarnevelt Mees Antwerp New York Tokyo Van Walsum Zaal Staal Beurs Lounge New Orleans SC 9.9 RT 6 SP 8.11 SC 9.12 SC 1.6 PR 1.5 PR 9.1 SP 3.1 SP 9.4 SP 9.5 SC 8.1 SC 8.8 SC 10.1 SC 2.9 SC 9.6 PR 9.6 SC 5.4 SC 8.9 SC 4.4 Expo SC 9.8 New Planning & National Resilience of Local Designing City South Asian Droughts: National & OECD Principles on Water mal assessments goes global standards based information diseases risks Risk Pathways & Finance for Food system Ecosystem- Using Infectious flood risk: leadership water methods for local agendas challenges US/NL planning cities community Governance & perception knowledge SC 9.1 Water SC 9.10 Uncertain scientific evidence SC 8.7 support tools PR 9.4 National plans SC 1.7 challenges cities SC 2.1 Farming SC 4.5 Health impacts & environment SC 1.3 Regional perspectives SP 9.1 Risk Lunch SC 9.11 Economics of RT 7 Forum SC 6.4 Planning SC 9.13 Compare & evaluate case SC 1.4 Heat in the city PR 8.6 SC 4.1 Health system SP 3.2 services & PR 1.6 Resilient Nijmegen and PR 9.7 LEDS & SC 8.3 Multi-sector assessments SC 5.5 Economic assessment SP 6.5 Building with nature SC 2.3 Food production SC 6.6 Lessons Asia-Pacific SP 10.1 Pastoralism in drylands SC 5.3 Ecosystembased SC 8.16 Planning next generation SP 2.3 Adapting forest change studies platforms water Mumbai mitigation region approaches Expo SP 6.2 Risk transfer solutions SC 8.2 Vulnerability assessment SP 8.6 Evidencebased learning SC 10.2 Sectoral aspects SC 2.5 Barriers & conflicts SC 8.15 Tracking PR 10.5 Access to finance SC 5.2 Ecosystem SP 8.10 Adaptive delta SP 9.7 Future challenges <> past

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