Nearly 2,000 pages on climate adaptation viewed on the European project website @lifewatercool

Redacción EFEverde - 2 December, 2020

The news on climate adaptation of cities on the European @lifewatercool project website has almost 2,000 page views since last September when the monitoring system was implemented, according to Google Analytics data.

In total, 1,990 pages were viewed in 933 sessions, by 617 users.

In November 2020, the number of users grew by 92.04 percent compared to October, with 386 users compared to 201. Sessions grew by 50 percent, from 339 to 510, while the number of page views increased by 13.74 percent in November compared to October, from 837 to 952.

In terms of networks such as Twitter, during November 2020, 129 tweets were launched, 76 followers were gained and 5 were lost, with a positive balance of 71 to over 500 followers, according to data from Twitter analytics and Metricool.

As for Linkedin, the data provided by this professional social network indicates that it currently has 272 followers interested in the news of this European project on adaptation to climate change in cities, which is being carried out in Seville.



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 SevillaUniversidad de Sevilla