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RESIN : Climate resilient cities and infrastructure

Description:

RESIN is a European research project and collaboration between research institutes, companies and cities, aiming to enhance resilience of urban critical infrastructure to extreme weather and climate change. Tools and methodologies are developed to support well-informed urban planning and decision making and to encourage market deployment of innovative climate adaptation and resilience approaches.

RESIN includes four case study areas – Bilbao, Bratislava, Paris and the Greater Manchester city-region.

Project information

Lead
TNO
Partners

ICLEI Europe, University of Manchester, Fraunhofer IAIS, TECNALIA, Standardisation Institute of the Netherlands, Arcadis Nederland, ITTI Sp. z.o.o. Siemens österreich, Siemens Deutschland, Uniresearch, Copernicus University of Bratislava, Basque Centre for Climate Change, School of Engineering of the City of Paris, Greater Manchester, City of Bratislava, City of Bilbao.  

Source of funding
H2020

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Keywords

cities, critical infrastructure, evaluation, innovation, piloting, standardisation, test, tools

Duration

2015-2018

Climate impacts

Extreme Temperatures, Flooding, Sea Level Rise, Storms

Elements

Sector Policies, Adaptation Measures and Actions, Adaptation Plans and Strategies

Sectors

Buildings, Transport, Urban

Geographic characterization

Europe

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