Lifewatercool users read nearly 3,000 pages of climate adaptation news
Madrid, 4 ene (EFEverde/Lifewatercool).-
Users of the European Union’s LifeWatercool project website viewed nearly 3,000 pages (2,946) with information on climate adaptation in cities in the last quarter of 2020 (between September 22, 2020 and December 31), according to Google Analytics data.
Since September 23, when the measurement system was implemented, the platform has been used by 800 users, who have carried out 1,268 sessions, an average of 1.58 sessions per user and 2.32 pages per session.
A total of 2,946 pages were viewed and the average duration of the session was almost 3 minutes.
During last December, 956 pages were viewed on lifewatercool.com, a figure similar to November, when 958 pages were viewed.
The number of sessions in December 2019 grew by 23.56 % with 1.64 compared to 1.33 in November.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ Tribune and Watercool’s climate adaptation mobile phone app on climate adaptation were among the most viewed content on the website in December.
In terms of networks, the project’s Twitter account has 570 followers and during this period 881 tweets have been launched, with an average of 25.17 tweets per week and 159,610 impressions. In total there have been 3230 interactions and 1,026 likes, as well as 1,477 mentions.
Information provided by EFEverde of Agencia EFE and published as part of its participation in the European Union’s Life WaterCool project.
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About LIFE18 CCA/ES/001122
Water efficient systemic concept for climate change adaptation in urban areas.
Life Invasaqua is co-financed by the EU under the Life initiative and coordinated by Emasesa. This European project aims to: develop and test innovative solutions to cope with high temperatures, both outdoors and indoors, and with temporary water runoff and drought situations in an urban environment subject to climate change.
Partners: Emasesa, Alten, AgenciaEFE (@efeverde), Ayuntamiento de Sevilla, Universidad de Sevilla