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Clim-ATIC : Climate Change - Adapting to The Impacts, by Communities in Northern Peripheral Regions

Description:

This project will bring together new and existing knowledge and experiences on how rural communities can better increase their capacity to make and implement adaptation decisions. Project products and services include:

  • Community climate change vulnerability assessments
  • Community climate change adaptation strategies
  • Climate change impact visualizations and communication tools
  • Real adaptations made by communities
  • Investigation, collation and communication of relevant information on potential direct and indirect impacts of climate change to small peripheral rural communities
  • Establishment of a formal mechanism and information platform to disseminate knowledge for community adaptation.

Project information

Lead
UHI Millennium Institute, Scotland (UK) Mr. Clive Bowman
Partners

15 partners from the Nordic countries, 10 associate-partners, 18 project co-funders.

Source of funding
Interreg IV B Northern Periphery Programme

Reference information

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Keywords

communication tools, real adaptation, rural communities, visualisation tools

Duration

2008-2011

Climate impacts

Extreme Temperatures, Flooding, Ice and Snow, Sea Level Rise

Elements

Adaptation Measures and Actions, Vulnerability Assessment

Sectors

Agriculture, Biodiversity, Buildings, Coastal areas, Energy, Health, Marine and Fisheries

Geographic characterization

Europe

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