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Average annual temperatures in 1981-2010 were around 1°C higher than in 1961-1990. Although temperatures have risen across all seasons, they have increased more in the summer and spring.
International Energy Agency
How susceptible is Luxembourg to flood risk, what extreme weather events have occurred in recent years, and how may climate change impact on the country?
Royal HaskoningDHV
A family observes the aftermath of flooding on the banks of the Danube
A central focus of discussions at the ongoing UN climate summit COP26 in Glasgow is how to adapt to a warming world, including how to prevent climate hazards from becoming disasters.
Conversation Media Group, the
The University of Luxembourg and RSS-Hydro are building an urban terrain model with the help of drones, aerial and satellite images to feed flood models.
PhysOrg, Omicron Technology Ltd University of Luxembourg

This agreement establishes a Co-operation Group between the governments of Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, the Republic of San Marino, Spain, and Turkey for the prevention of, protection against, and organisation of relief in major natural

Council of Europe
The environment ministry has presented 41 new measures in 13 sectors to deal with the effects of climate change in Luxembourg. Tourism, energy, health and regional planning are some of the sectors concerned by the measures, and the environment ministry also proposed to establish a flash floods project and a catalogue of measures for sustainable forest management.
Luxembourg Times

This document details possible climate change adaptation measures and strategies, especially given that they will need to be embedded in the future development of Luxembourg's agglomerations. 

This document addresses all stakeholders in Luxembourg

Luxembourg - government

This book provides an overview of OECD countries' efforts to collect information on both the economic impacts of disasters and the level of public resources invested in the management of risk. It is based on the results of an OECD survey, two expert

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

To guide Europe’s implementation of the four priorities of action and seven global targets of the Sendai Framework, the European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction (EFDRR) agreed to develop a roadmap that will focus on activities for the immediate period

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Europe & Central Asia
Engineers from the University of Luxembourg are working to better analyse the mechanical properties of snow. The project aims to develop a computer model that can help solving typical snow-related engineering problems. The model could be used to anticipate avalanches or to determine the load on buildings caused by snow by predicting the behaviour of snow.
PhysOrg, Omicron Technology Ltd