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Floods in Warsaw, Poland
Flooding is the biggest natural risk in Poland. Climate change effects on the country's vulnerability to flood risk are uncertain.
Ambiental Technical Solutions Ltd
Poland’s average temperature rose by just over 2°C from the 1951-1960 period to 2011-2020, significantly outpacing the world average increase over the past two decades. Continuously rising temperatures could boost summer electricity demand.
International Energy Agency
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2022
The purpose of the paper is to present the results of the study of solutions implemented in Polish manufacturing companies to ensure their business continuity under COVID-19 pandemic conditions.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
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2021
This paper discusses the integrity of Crisis Management Plans (CMP) in Poland, understood as the unified way of developing the CMP by different public administration entities
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
An important element for assessing and verifying flood risks are the flood hazard and risk maps, developed as part of the project by the consortium led by the IMGW-PIB.
Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, National Research Institute
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Eastern Europe was praised for being exceptional during the first wave of the pandemic but its pandemic experience has been dramatically different this autumn.
Conversation Media Group, the
2020

In this study, the authors explore the potentials and shortcomings of national laws in managing flood risk and increasing flood resilience in the context of climate change. They analyze 139 laws from 33 countries collected from the Climate Change Laws of

Climate Policy (Taylor & Francis Online)
New research uncovers why particular people and places are at greater risk of overheating than others
Conversation Media Group, the
2019

The current overview of the climate adaptation related regulations and activities at the national, regional and local levels in Baltic Sea Region (BSR) countries is based on a document review using the latest national communications of the countries

Council of the Baltic Sea States
New research shows how human activity influcences forest fires.The new findings can help better calibrate models for predicting fires.
German Research Centre for Geosciences