ATOPICA is a FP7 EU funded project lead by the Medizinische Universitaet Wien and Moverim is dealing with dissemination activities and stakeholders awareness. Atopica project is committed to quantifying the effects of environmental changes on Ambrosia (ragweed) pollen-induced allergic diseases in Europe. The main aim of the project will be to further understand how global and regional climate, land use and air quality changes impact human health, in particular allergic diseases using quantitative physical and statistical models. The consortium constitutes an innovative and multidisciplinary approach to explore the combined pan-European impact of changes in climate, land use and air pollution on allergen pollen-induced diseases through a chain of quantitative physical and statistical models. The project plans to develop integrated and cross-disciplinary approaches to assess the health risks resulting from severe environmental changes and to design suitable adaptation policies.