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Climate resilient cities and infrastructure (RESIN)


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.

Outcomes of the project include:

  • City assessments reports: Bilbao, Bratislava, Paris and the Greater Manchester city-region (see attached documents);
  • Actor Analysis for Urban Climate Adaptation: Methods and Tools in support of Stakeholder Analysis and Involvement;
  • Impact and Vulnerability Analysis of Vital Infrastructures and built-up Areas;
  • Adaptation Options Library;
  • Urban Adaptation e-Guide


Project information




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


Reference information


Published in Climate-ADAPT Jun 07 2016   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Apr 04 2024

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