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The General Assembly of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg adopted the climate strategy of the Upper-Tisza Region

The climate strategy of the Upper Tisza Region, in the framework of Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine Cross-Border Cooperation Program 2014-2020, was discussed on the last assembly of 2022, on 8 December. In the project, called "Extension of the operational "Space Emergency System" towards monitoring of dangerous natural and man-made geo-processes in the HU-SK-RO-UA cross-border region", GeoSes in short, the General Assembly of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg undertook to create a strategy with the involvement of experts that, in addition to the current state assessments, presents the risk factors of the region and lays the foundation for future climate protection decisions.

The General Assembly discussed and unanimously adopted the climate strategy of the Upper-Tisza region.

International online conference presented the cornerstones of the climate strategy of the Upper-Tisza region.

An international online conference was organized by the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
established between 18 and 20 November in the framework of the HUSKROUA cross-border partnership. In connection with the GeoSes project. With te title: "Disaster risk management and risk monitoring solutions"

Next to the Hungarian, Slovak, Romanian and Ukrainian experts participating in the project at the conference in addition,acknowledged international experts joined the conference as well, from world-renowned universities of technology. Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County Self Governance as one of the GeoSes project's Hungarian partner presented the achievements of the project on the first day of the online event. Dr. Róbert Vass, one of the Hungarian experts in the project, described the basics of the the climate strategy program being prepared by the self governance for the Upper Tisza region.

At the conference workshops and section meetings the latest satellite soil monitoring and
field analysis technologies and methods were introduced to the participants.
And the presenters showed how these technologies can be used effectively in the
in forecasting various natural disasters and international collaborating, by sharing the scientific results of the partners, how they can make make this joint work even more effective.

International Conference G.I.C. 2021

Disaster Risk Management and Solutions for Risk Monitoring

The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca organises the international conference "Disaster Risk Management and Solutions for Risk Monitoring" between 18 and 20 of November, 2021. The Self-Government of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, as one of the partners of GeoSes project, presents its climate strategy created within the framework of the project. For the detailed program of the conference click here. 

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