Stockholm University (SU) was present with scientific presentations in different sessions at the international conference of EGU General Assembly 2020. COASTAL project was presented by SU for the second time at this event (the first time was in 2019), and new outcomes of the project for the Norrström drainage basin and its Baltic coastal regions (MAL3) were disseminated among scientific audiences from all over the world. Like many international and national events, the EGU General Assembly 2020 was held in an online format through Sharing Geoscience Online platform in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 18,036 abstracts formed the program with 701 scientific sessions, 11,380 presentation materials accompanied the abstracts and 26,219 individual users (96.3% of the total registered people) who joined 721 live text chats and discussed various global environmental issues.
SU’s abstract on scenario result analysis based on different workshops with stakeholders in MAL3 was submitted to the session “Climate change and other drivers of environmental change: Developments, interlinkages, and impacts in regional seas and coastal regions” and accepted as an oral presentation (Available at: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/displays/35943)