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Methodologies for Climate Proofing Investments and Measures Under Cohesion and Regional Policy and the Common Agricultural Policy - Identifying the Climate Risks related to Rural Areas and Adaptation Options

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These guidelines provides a very brief summary of predicted climate change impacts relating to agriculture, forestry and biodiversity across the EU. It also provides an indication of the relative severity of threats for each EU climate region. The information provided is derived from the project Methodologies for climate proofing investments and measures under Cohesion and Regional policy and the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) funded by DG Climate action. Moreover, these guidelines set out a series of options that could be divided into categories: land management, physical infrastructure and advice and training. These options have been identified as actions that are a priority for the forthcoming programming period (2014-2020) on the basis of an assessment that has taken into account the timeframe in which they are needed and their likely effectiveness. This assessment has been carried out at the EU level and this assessment would need to be re-applied at the national/regional level when determining which are a priority in relation to local priorities for climate adaptation.

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Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP)

Published in Climate-ADAPT Jun 07 2016   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Sep 10 2022

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