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Adaptation to Climate change Impacts on the Mediterranean islands' Agriculture (LIFE ADAPT2CLIMA)


The LIFE ADAPT2CLIMA project aims to facilitate the development of adaptation strategies for agriculture by deploying and demonstrating an innovative decision support tool. The ADAPT2CLIMA Tool will make it possible to simulate the impacts of climate change on crop production and the effectiveness of selected adaptation options in decreasing vulnerability to climate change on three Mediterranean islands, namely Crete (Greece), Sicily (Italy), and Cyprus. The tool will provide: i) climate change projections; ii) hydrological conditions related to agriculture; iii) a vulnerability assessment of selected crops; and iv) an evaluation of the adaptation options identified. The results of the project will support decision making for adaptation planning in the agricultural sector.

Project information




IBIMET (National Research Council, Institute of Biometeorology), Italy
SICILY (Regione Siciliana - Assessorato Agricoltura, Sviluppo Rurale e Pesca Mediterranea), Italy
CRETE (Region of Crete), Greece
NTUA (National Technical University of Athens), Greece
ARI (Agricultural Research Institute), Cyprus

Source of funding

LIFE14 CCA/GR/000928

Published in Climate-ADAPT Jul 13 2020   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Sep 10 2022

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