About the Author
Dr Hans Sanderson received his PhD in Denmark (Roskilde University), did his Post-Doc in Canada (University of Guelph), and now works as a senior scientist at Aarhus University. Prior to this he worked as Director for Environmental Safety for the Soap and Detergent Association (SDA) in Washington DC. He has published > 50 peer reviewed papers, some 10 book chapters and dozens of presentations and posters at international meetings including the US National Academy of Sciences. He is a reviewer on > 25 international different journals and serve on 6 different editorial boards. He was the chair for the second European Climate Change Adaptation conference (ECCA2015) and he is currently the coordinator of the BASE project on whose outcomes this Book initiative is based. Prof. Mikael Hilden has a Ph.D. in Resource Management and more than 30 years of experience in environmental management, research, training and consulting in Finland and abroad. He has expertise in combining legal, economic, social, technical and scientific research on environmental policy. He has lead several multidisciplinary research projects in particular on the evaluation and assessment of environmental policies, plans and programmes. He has published more than 65 refereed papers, two monographs and over 100 reports and studies. Duncan Russel has a PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of East Anglia and has over 10 years' experience of research in the areas of knowledge politics, policy integration and EU and UK environmental policy making. He has lead and/or has had managerial roles on major interdisciplinary projects funded by UK Government, UK research Councils and the EU. He has 25 articles published in leading international peer reviewed environmental science, political science and geography journals. Dr Gil Penha-Lopes is graduated on Marine Biology and received his PhD in Applied Ecology (Wastewater Wetlands). He is currently running several projects on adaptation to climate change and coordinating a wide national project in Portugal aiming to elaborate Municipal Adaptation Strategies and promote local adaptation (ClimAdaPT.Local: www.climadapt-local.pt). He is invited auxiliary professor at FFCUL and lecturer at the Climate Change and Sustainable Developmental Policies Doctoral Program of Lisbon University. He has published 32 articles in 15 international peer-reviewed journals, and among these ones, 14 as first (corresponding) author. Dr Alessio Capriolo is a senior researcher in Environmental Economics and has over 18 years' experience of research in this area. He is currently working at the Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA), as Head of the "Economic evaluation and environmental accounting" unit. He is graduated with honour at the European Master in Environmental Management at Erasmus Universiteit (Rotterdam) and received his PhD in Theory and quantitative methods for economic development. He has been lecturer in different Universities (Universidad Nacional de Quilmes in Buenos Aires, University of Siena, University of Rome). He has been coordinator in EU-funded projects and he is author of several publications on his working themes.