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CBC radio 14.11.2019: “Venice needs new governance system to prevent future floods” and other coverage of the disastrous flooding of November 2019

“There’s no local administration that just thinks about the specificities of Venice and how best to look after it.” We are here Venice has been featured by the Canadian broadcaster CBC , as extreme flooding in Venice makes headlines around the…

Partnership with the Tide Forecast and Warning Center of Venice

We are here Venice is cooperating with the Tide Forecast and Warning Center of Venice in order to facilitate the spread of its services and the communication of the inevitable uncertainty of forecasts, exacerbated by the effect of climate change,…

Venezia H20: WahV’s exciting new collaboration with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

WahV is especially delighted to be collaborating with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection under the umbrella of the Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile. We have devised a set of six family workshops with the Guggenheim’s team of educators on the theme…

Venezia 2100, Motherboard / Vice video

Motherboard have made a documentary called ‘Venezia 2100’ on the prospects of the historic city of Venice in the face of climate change. Talking to researchers, shopkeepers and Venetian citizens, it seeks to understand how Venice is preparing itself to confront…

Working with the local community on climate change

Climathon Venice 2018 – Ideas and strategies for reducing resource use and waste in Venice Venice Science Park – Edificio Porta dell’Innovazione Via della Libertà, 12 – Marghera-Venice (VE) – October 25 / 26, 2018 The third edition of Venice…

Critical research on changes in lagoon circulation

In 2017 a new volume, edited by Luigi D’Alpaos, was released by the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere e Arti containing an important study produced with support from WahV. Analysis of historic tide gauge data from the lagoon-wide network of monitoring stations has…

L’acqua e la Piazza

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