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About Climate-ADAPT

The European Climate Adaptation Platform Climate-ADAPT is a partnership between the European Commission and the European Environment Agency (EEA). Climate-ADAPT is maintained by the EEA with the support of the European Topic Centre on Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation (ETC/CCA).

Climate-ADAPT aims to support Europe in adapting to climate change helping users to access and share data and information on:

  • Expected climate change in Europe
  • Current and future vulnerability of regions and sectors
  • EU, national and transnational adaptation strategies and actions
  • Adaptation case studies and potential adaptation options
  • Tools that support adaptation planning

Climate-ADAPT organizes information under the following main entry points:

  • EU Policy: EU Adaptation Policy, Adaptation in EU Policy Sectors (Agriculture, Biodiversity, Coastal areas, Forestry, Water management, Marine and fisheries, Ecosystem-based Approaches, Disaster Risk Reduction, Buildings, Energy, Transport, Health, Urban), EU Regional Policy
  • Countries, Transnational regions, Cities
  • Knowledge: Topics, Data and indicators, Research and innovation projects, Tools, Practice,
  • European Climate and Health Observatory (accessible through "Knowledge") 
  • Networks

The platform includes a database that contains quality checked information that can be easily searched.

Climate-ADAPT complements information on the EU and its Member States' progress towards their 2030 targets on climate and energy, available on the EEA website Climate and Energy in the EU.

Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union: 
Content provided by the United Kingdom before 31 January 2020 remains accessible on this website. From the entry into force of the UK Withdrawal Agreement on 1 February 2020, content from the United Kingdom will no longer be updated on this website.

 

 

Climate-ADAPT Strategy 2022-2024: the planning instrument with the objectives, governance and priority lines of activities. 

Regulary updated reporting on the platform use and key performance indicators can be found in the Climate-ADAPT factsheets.

The evaluation carried out on Climate-ADAPT in 2017 is described in the EEA report Sharing information across Europe and in the ETC/CCA Technical paper Sharing adaptation knowledge across Europe: Evidence for the evaluation of Climate-ADAPT